Rated R. Putrid and lazy screenplays make our tongues acidic.
The 3rd and final waste of our time in “Movies We Hate Month” smacks the taste out of one of the biggest box-office successes of all time. Jim Cameron’s “save the trees” sci-fi extravaganza is pretty in 3D, but it’s also pretty 3dumb. This story has been told many times before—so fair usage for Cameron & crew—but did the screenplay have to be so lazy? And laughable? And just plain dreadful? Not even Sigourney Weaver can save this Sam Worthington/Zoe Saldana-starring crap pile. To help you get through this slog (if, for some reason, you decide to watch it), order some Sparkplug Coffee from our friendly sponsors. You’ll get a 10% discount (one-time only) if you use our promo code: “top100project”.
Coming Attractions Trivia Answer: ???
2009 Box Office Mojo and All-Time Adjusted For Inflation
2009 Academy Award winners & nominees
Oscar acceptance speeches: Cinematography and Visual F/X and Sets
Links to: Aliens and Dances With Wolves and Jurassic Park and Titanic and The Hurt Locker and Terminator: Salvation and Gravity
YouTube links: The beginning and Jake first enters his Avatar body and the humans jaw about Pandora and Jake learns to fly and they can feel the love tonight and the final fight and the last scene
Previously on the Next 117 Project: How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days
In 2 weeks on 9/10 on the Next 119 Project: Fahrenheit 9/11