I honestly state I wasn't looking for messages in a movie, only entertainment. But since you bring them up, let's really look at exactly how stupid your podmasters are. You are supporting that they steal that energy as opposed to trade and negotiate with a primitive people for it. You are endorsing survival of "species," survival of a country that is "America" in name only over survival of American ideals and the faith behind it. We must fight. FREEEEEDOMMMMM!!!!!!isadore said:
In the movie mankind needs the energy of the planet for its survival. The main character fights to stop them from obtaining it and drive human from the planet, dooming our species.
This one goes into the "just because you say it, doesn't make it true." There is nothing in my statement you quoted that asks anyone to go see the movie. No endorsement at all. And I didn't realize that taking care of the planet God put us in charge of or helping the disabled live better is anti-American. Thanks for the info.="isadore, post: 7983375, member: 304308"]
an endorsement + rationalization for Cameron's anti-American message.Watched Avatar a couple times around time of its release. I don't recall any bad acting or forced message. As a Christian, I wouldn't find any message about taking care of the planet offensive anyhow. The avatar concept and how liberating it was for the marine I found hopeful and interesting
Nearly every movie in the popular dystopian genre depicts some failure of government or insitution due to a failure of faith. Now here you are, endorsing turning backs on faith and morals in preference to "species." Fascism. Not America. Again, it's a cautionary tale of what can happen when people are not diligent. The "America" depicted in the movie is not the America any conservative would want. It might be the one you fascists want but not the one Americans want.
Are you going to continue doubling and tripling down on your endorsement of fascism?