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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
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    I'm wondering if I'll enjoy Avatar tonight or be willing it to end after an hour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Son Of Coco View Post
    I'm wondering if I'll enjoy Avatar tonight or be willing it to end after an hour.
    5-6.5/10 IMO. One time watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pratters View Post
    5-6.5/10 IMO. One time watch.
    I thought it was pretty decent, the 3D helped keep my attention and I didn't get bored for the whole 7 and a half hours or whatever it was I think it appealed to my memories of having met girls from other countries and wanting to stay there for a while. Or maybe it was just the part where I seemed to be copping a peek at an alien girl's (very perky) tits every 2 minutes for 2.5 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Son Of Coco View Post
    I thought it was pretty decent, the 3D helped keep my attention and I didn't get bored for the whole 7 and a half hours or whatever it was I think it appealed to my memories of having met girls from other countries and wanting to stay there for a while. Or maybe it was just the part where I seemed to be copping a peek at an alien girl's (very perky) tits every 2 minutes for 2.5 hours.
    Hehe. You went with very low expectations which made you enjoy the film for what it was worth. I enjoyed it too the first time. I went to watch it a second time to take my dad to the theatre. I walked out after 30 minutes and went to the nearby bookstore to spend time. The movie has no repeat value IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pratters View Post
    Hehe. You went with very low expectations which made you enjoy the film for what it was worth. I enjoyed it too the first time. I went to watch it a second time to take my dad to the theatre. I walked out after 30 minutes and went to the nearby bookstore to spend time. The movie has no repeat value IMO.
    I was thinking this too, especially on DVD where you're not going to get the 3D effects (although I did see something on TV the other day about 3D TV sets coming out). At one point I thought about watching it again, but then sort of realised that it was probably best left as a once off.

    Am glad I was in Korea to see it too, it's only about $12 to see it in 3D as opposed to around $20 at home.

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    What the hell am I going to write for the second part of this book my mate and I are writing together?

    We decided, for a bit of fun, to write something together. He writes the first few paragraphs then send them to me and I write the next. He's nailed me with the first few paragraphs and I'm struggling to work out how to follow them up. They're a little too bizarre.

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    And there it is.. The obligatory post-Christmas bus fare increase.

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    We'll cut our bodies free from the tethers of
    this scene, start a brand new colony.
    Where everything will change, we'll give
    ourselves new names. Identities erased.


    And, holy **** my feet are sore!

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