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    How do you think this movie should/will end?

    Will you fight for yourself for the human race to survive at home or to protect the rightful interest of the local NAVIs?

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    Of course the male lead will fight for Navi as he falls in love with the Navi girl.

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    i dunno i haven watched

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantcanopy View Post
    i dunno i haven watched
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    Of course the male lead will fight for Navi as he falls in love with the Navi girl.
    Yeah I think that's the premise. Boy falls in love with alien girl, boy and alien girl and alien warriors defeat the human invaders. I heard that the movie was filmed using newly developed stereoscopic cameras that simulate human sight. Don't exactly know what that means actually. But the movie might just be a flop at the box office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aidil Omar View Post
    Yeah I think that's the premise. Boy falls in love with alien girl, boy and alien girl and alien warriors defeat the human invaders. I heard that the movie was filmed using newly developed stereoscopic cameras that simulate human sight. Don't exactly know what that means actually. But the movie might just be a flop at the box office.
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    Spoiler alert?

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    Latest review, Read here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aidil Omar View Post
    Latest review, Read here.
    Must watch

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    Just watched the 3D version this evening, great movie and beautifully rendered world, although my eyes had gotten a bit tired towards the end due to the 3D goggles (which is a liquid crystal shutter glasses that flicker alternating between left and right eyes in sync to the signal from the screen).

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    Yea, agreed. One of the best movies of the year if not the best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziploc View Post
    Just watched the 3D version this evening, great movie and beautifully rendered world, although my eyes had gotten a bit tired towards the end due to the 3D goggles (which is a liquid crystal shutter glasses that flicker alternating between left and right eyes in sync to the signal from the screen).
    Now I'm a bit scared the same thing will happen to me.

    Who else have watched the 3D version?

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    Is the show nice? planning to watch on saturday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weijing View Post
    Is the show nice? planning to watch on saturday.
    Ya me too. Should be good in 3D GVMax theatre.

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    Excellent show... quite predictable but the effects and story telling is top notch...
    do watch it in 3D format... cheers... best show for me this year...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aidil Omar View Post
    Ya me too. Should be good in 3D GVMax theatre.
    Is the show at GVMax IMAX 3D? If so might want to watch again at GVMax.

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    I caught it in the cinema yesterday in 3D, I'd give it two thumbs up. The story was predictable, but the effects when viewed in 3D is truly awesome. It wasn't difficult to believe that the planet exists.

    Catch Avatar in 3D!

    P.S. Bring along wet tissues to clean the frames and something cotton to clean the glass.

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    i am wearing specs, can i still watch with 3d glasses? is it comfortable enough to be worn for a couple of hours?

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