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Have you seen AVATAR and do you love this film?

Have you seen AVATAR and do you love this film?
First: You have seen, but dis like~
Secend: You have seen and love very much!
Third: You don’t see this film.
Fourth: Not see, but you want to see it!
I choose the fourth. I have not seen this film AVATAR.
So I want to see it.
Avatar film

Avatar film

Avatar film

Avatar film

Avatar film

Avatar film

Avatar film

Avatar film

Many people say: ” This very famous film! “
If you do not see it, it’s very regret for you.
For those of you keeping score at home, the list of people, groups and nations that do not like
“Avatar” include social and political conservatives, anticolonialists, antismoking advocates,
the Vatican and China.
Twelve years ago, “Titanic” took the world by storm with an unprecedented 15 weeks as the No.
1 film at the domestic box office. When all was said and done, the film earned more than $600
million domestically, $1.8 billion worldwide and 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and
Best Director for Cameron.
When word of “Avatar” first broke, the film community was intrigued but skeptical. Cameron
and execs at Twentieth Century Fox were making outrageous claims that the visual effects were
groundbreaking, that “Avatar” was going to change filmmaking as we know it.
Thus far, the success of “Avatar” has so closely resembled that of “Titanic” that it’s
starting to feel as if the entertainment world is stuck in some kind of bizarre Zodiac cycle,
wherein a Cameron-helmed box office behemoth is born every 12 years. Might we expect another
box office game-changer in December 2021?
Shine a few beautiful pic of “Avatar”…
It’s grate!

Have you seen AVATAR and do you love this film?First: You have seen, but dis like~Secend: You have seen and love very much!Third: You don’t see this film.Fourth: Not see, but you want to see it!
I choose the fourth. I have not seen this film AVATAR.So I want to see it.Many people say: ” This very famous film! “If you do not see it, it’s very regret for you.
For those of you keeping score at home, the list of people, groups and nations that do not like
“Avatar” include social and political conservatives, anticolonialists, antismoking advocates,
the Vatican and China.
Twelve years ago, “Titanic” took the world by storm with an unprecedented 15 weeks as the No.
1 film at the domestic box office. When all was said and done, the film earned more than $600
million domestically, $1.8 billion worldwide and 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and
Best Director for Cameron.
When word of “Avatar” first broke, the film community was intrigued but skeptical. Cameron
and execs at Twentieth Century Fox were making outrageous claims that the visual effects were
groundbreaking, that “Avatar” was going to change filmmaking as we know it.
Thus far, the success of “Avatar” has so closely resembled that of “Titanic” that it’s
starting to feel as if the entertainment world is stuck in some kind of bizarre Zodiac cycle,
wherein a Cameron-helmed box office behemoth is born every 12 years. Might we expect another
box office game-changer in December 2021?
Shine a few beautiful pic of “Avatar”…It’s grate!

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