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Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Avatar The Movie
The 3-D wasn’t over done. I was a bit apprehensive thinking they would have a lot of cutesy effects causing the audience to drop and duck. The 3-D effects fit well with the theme. I was surprised that there was a $3.00 surcharge for seeing a 3-D movie. That translated into $36.00 of tickets for our multigenerational 3 threesome. Both my grandson and I got age related discounts and it was still $36 for three tickets. If that is going to be the norm for 3-D movies then they are never going to gain the popularity that they hope to get. The 3-D effects were nice but if I had known prior to reaching the ticket window I would not have paid the difference.
All in all, it was an entertaining movie with the oohs and ahhs being for the effects rather than the story. I would suggest that you might even enjoy it even if you don’t care for scifi.