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22 hours ago, RumHam said:

In retrospect they could have taken a scene or a line or two to establish that the bad guy had a kid, and alluded to the literal "backup" plan in case he died. But I assume Cameron hadn't worked all that out yet and it's not too jarring. I'm about 1/3 through the second one and like it so far. 

Notice they never mention Spider’s mom? 

A frontier mining operation co-located with a mercenary base of operations? There is a one thousand percent chance of a space-brothel somewhere on site. 

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I tried to watch this the other night and bounced very hard right off very fast.

Hmmmm, could it have been those always moving tails, do you think? :rolleyes:

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1 hour ago, Myrddin said:

@week if you want Avatar to look like the butthole version of Cats, just say so. :)

It would be a braver and more interesting choice than most of the dialogue, costuming, and story. The CGI is impeccable, some of the pacing and tension was good but overall... I don't get it (unless in IMAX).

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