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Northants, England
I attempt to attach a sense of wit to everything I do.
Interests: music, films, football (supporter of liverpool fc/luton town fc and also a keen follower of fc barcelona), rugby (northampton saints), profound conversations, being dreamy/sentimental.
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Haha, love what Ateyo said! I can personally wait though, I've managed to get over my obsession for Avatar for the best part. In James Cameron, the production team and cast I trust!
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2010 on Avatar Sequel Coming in 2014 at Avatar Blog
Genius! That's going on my Facebook!
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2010 on No title at AVATAR
Whaaa... my eyes literally ejected from their sockets!
Commented Aug 25, 2010 on No title at AVATAR
I haven't yet. I know, it's like a cardinal sin to admit that on here. Still, 9 minutes of moreee Pandora? Hard f*cking trance! ;D
The next 3 weekends are gonna be boss! Nottingham this weekend and then Rugby the 2 weekends after. Boo to the yah! Continue reading
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Aug 25, 2010
Katy Perry - California Gurls, R. Kelly - Ignition (Remix) and Kasabian - Fire.
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Aug 25, 2010
JKpolarbear is now following Avatar Blog
Apr 26, 2010
Is it okay if we eat spare thanator ribs? Jokes aside though, I like the your ideas! I'll try and get a couple of my chums round and get them to experience the beauty of the film.
Toggle Commented Apr 22, 2010 on Host a Great Avatar DVD Release Party at Avatar Blog
Happy Earth Day to you too! Over here in Middle-England the weather has been incredible! Barely any clouds in the sky!
I'm not going to lie, I did yearn to live on Pandora and be a Na'vi for quite a few days after having watched Avatar for the first time (Christmas Eve for me). Saying that though' I never felt suicidal as such; It's a matter of opening your eyes and realising that Earth does have its incredibly beautiful aspects. Although I was perhaps a little gutted that Pandora isn't actually real (although you never know, there may be a similar moon out there somewhere), I think going into the whole psychological effects upon viewing the film is going a bit too far into it.
Toggle Commented Jan 18, 2010 on The Cure for AVATAR Blues at Avatar Blog
Thoroughly deserved awards, although it will have some fierce competition at the Oscars, I'm sure Avatar will once again remain the focal point and bring home many awards.
Toggle Commented Jan 18, 2010 on No title at AVATAR
I'd love to see how they create the amazing CGI effects for the characters; they look so real and beautiful, especially Neytiri.
Toggle Commented Jan 6, 2010 on No title at AVATAR
Ah, there's nothing wrong whatsoever with being obsessed with something that makes you happy, so if they want to give strange looks then that's their loss and problem, they're missing out on the feel good factor that comes with being obsessed with something beautiful. I'm obsessed and in love with Avatar and I'm not afraid to admit it!
Nice production Steve! I'm really enjoying your posts, they're always good to observe!
Toggle Commented Jan 6, 2010 on No title at AVATAR
For me it's definitely Quaritch being killed. Revenge never tasted so good!
I haven't had enough Avatar dreams of late, only negative and depressing stuff. :( I need hugs! :D
That's pretty cool! Well done.
Toggle Commented Jan 6, 2010 on No title at AVATAR
The Toruk has the obvious aerial advantage when searching the right weakness spot to go in for the kill. Toruk for me, but it could go to the wire if the Titanothere spots the Toruk quick enough to ram it home.
Yup, just search "Avatar: The Typepad Group" :)
Thanks Dane, I actually going to mention somewhere that people are free to ask me for a request to join the group too, but obviously I'm not an admin as of yet, so it's pointless at the moment! Thanks for putting this here though and spreading awareness of the group! You, Nick and everyone are doing a fantastic job right now! Jason
FTU, that is a wonderful idea! I'm currently on AIM with Nick at the moment, and I'd definitely be interested in contributing to the book in some way or another as well. Have a nice day at university!
I would love to see Sam, Zoe and Steve Lang for instance, share their blogs (assuming they all have them!) on Typepad, that is a great suggestion Steve!
You've really gone to town on this post, so I applaud you for that. I'm in no way a particularly religious person, but I suppose I consider myself spiritual to a small extent, that the energies that we produce, whether positive or negative, consequently affect our peers and the environment. I think that we're a very moody species overall, sometimes it's the physical pleasures that make us feel good, other times it's the spiritual uplift that raises our mood. You're probably right about Avatar overall though, it's really inconclusive as there are so many ways that people will inevitably critically analyse it and everyone will feel something different when they watch the film. The subliminal moral messages in the film will also be interpreted differently by everyone too. Writing this right now I don't think my post is as coherent as it perhaps could be, but that is because I like to write from the heart. I also personally find it difficult to explain in words when a work of art such as Avatar makes you feel something special. It really can only be felt in order to truly understand it.