zero cultural impact
Just like you
No one I know has even seen it or talked about it, how the fuck did it make so much money
You just don't have friends dude
I literally only bought tickets because i thought it would be funny to see it making billions of dollars
So. You made an Avatar 2 thread again.
Yeah but the Na'vi females did leave an impact on my penis.
You seem to be forgetting the "countdown to avatar 2" anon. He was a stable of Cinemaphile culture for years
that was desperate cameroon shilling his shit flicks
Post moar. plz
Post moar. plz
Some movies you talk about.
Some movies you just watch.
yeah forgettable movies
Just like the first movie, right?
Everything I disagree with is Reddit-homosexual
congrats it's literally the exact opposite
>made by r/Cinemaphile
listen redditfag nobody cares about yourself proclaimed rules here you can fuck off and bitch about us elsewhere. im sure itll get u many upvotes
Why are you projecting so hard?
u have to go back
why do the na'vi speak english to each other instead of their own language?
*Can't stop thinking and talking about Avatar*
"Zero cultural impact!
those memes with this retarded looking guy from the movie are hilarious
name a single memorable quote from either movie (you can't)
>my planet pandora is so beautiful when the sun is low
>I see you
Come on Anon it's not hard
I C U
why so blu
The way of sneed has no suck and no fuck. The sneed is around you and in you. The sneed is your home
you're still making threads though
correct, how many memes came from this?
its the movie equivelent of a fireworks display.
>DUDE MEMES LOL
name another indicator of cultural impact you fucking moron
>name another indicator of cultural impact you fucking moron
thats the event
we are now talking about the effect of the event
You said the same thing about Avatar 1 having no cultural impact and then everyone came out in droves to see the sequel. To say that two of the three highest grossing films ever made had no cultural impact is retarded and you know it. Marvel is shit, DC is shit, you are a homosexual and I fucked your mother
yeah everyone went to see it.
so you are saying that the best thing about this film was the advertising.
No one ever:
- quotes memorable lines from it
- discusses its story or themes
- remembers or discusses particular scenes
- includes it in best of lists
- cites 'iconic' moments of any kind
- identifies with any of its characters in any meaningful way
- remembers anything about it other than that it exists
That is called zero cultural impact.
Look at Terminator by contrast:
- memorable lines
"I'll be back"
"Come with me if you want to live,"
the "no pity or remorse or fear" speech
"Fuck you asshole"
"No fate but what we make"
"On your feet soldier"
"We loved a lifetime's worth."
"There's a storm coming in." "I know."
And that's just off the top of my head.
I could run through all the other categories and cite things like the birth of Arnie's career, he iconic exoskeleton design, the cyberpunk and nuclear war themes that permeate into everything that has come out since, but you get my point. T1 and T2 are remembered fondly, discussed, re-watched, and celebrated. Both have spawned a thousand imitators.
Even the Marvel slop has changed the entire industry. Not in a way I'm particularly fond of, but still. Avatar is just a popular amusement park ride that people go on and then never think about again. It's a nothing burger. Barely counts as a movie.
People do literally ALL of those things you disingenuous moron. You just ignore it all to suit your inane argument. Then come into every thread to shit it up and yell about how no one ever talks about it while people were having a pleasant chat about it just before your idiocy arrived.
Name a single memorable quote. A single memorable scene. Not just memorable to YOU, mind you. To people in general. Link a single podcast episode, YT video essay, discussion panel. Anything. You can't.
You're the one who is being disingenuous.
Even the normiest of normies who haven't even seen the movie recognizes "I'll be back", "E..T. phone home" or "Luke, I am your father". Not a single person, not one, can name a single memorable line from Avatar.
It's not a line but Unobtainium still cracks me up, does that count?
Oh boy. You've done it now. Wall of cope incoming...
C U L T U R A L F L O P P O
I was talking about the "umm actually Unobtanium is a real scentific term and Cameron was a genius for including it" copium addicted homosexuals.
Lol actually that's pretty fair, I never even saw Avatar and that makes me laugh.
>People do literally ALL of those things
So you're just straight up lying now
Sorry you don't have any friends Anon
What's the alternative? You and your dipshit friends? I'd rather live alone in a log cabin for the rest of my life.
>Why doesn't anybody irl ever talk about this movie?
>NO I DON'T GO OUTSIDE WHAT ARE YOU CRAZY!
Your brain on Marvel theme park rides
why are you pretending the internet doesn't exist?
You're talking about the internet on the internet right now, just like every other day on this board.
>well no one talks about Avatar on the INTERNET but if you were to just go outside you would find that everyone is just constantly discussing the thematic importance of Avatar and how much they identify with Jake Sully
why do you lie? Is it because you know you're full of shit?
lmfao I just completely dismantled your entire stupid argument, maybe you should take your own advice
>lmfao I just completely dismantled your entire stupid argument
I accept your concession.
"Draw me like one of your french girls"
There are more for sure, but I haven't actually seen it, but even I know those.
to drive the point home, the terminator is proto-cyberpunk, it is listed by mike pondsmith as related media in the cyberpunk 2020 rulebook.
it contributed to the formation of the cyberpunk genre. it had cultural impact.
so it has a cultural impact in the same way that McDonald's has a cultural impact
>so it has a cultural impact in the same way that McDonald's has a cultural impact
Yes? Are you implying that nobody talks about McDonald's every day? It is sort of a big phenomina here, to the point where non-Americans call us burgers or burgerstans in reference to it
>It is sort of a big phenomina here, to the point where non-Americans call us burgers or burgerstans in reference to it
that will never not be funny,lol
I'm implying that being known the world over for producing barely edible bargain bin slop isn't anything to be proud of
the movie itself it was created by the popular trends rather than the other way around.
it has that feminine ecologist anti war mindset that everyone seems to love now.
It's slop but its biggest impact was dabbing on Disney and capeshit, just like Barbie. Basically "we can make better slop than you".
disney writers may be shamed, but where did all the profits go again?
into the mousehole, supporting all the other mediocre shit for another decade
>t. zero natural reproductive organs
the Avatar movies are literally a trans allegory
Neytiri is built for:
toruk macto babies (as are all na'vi women)
metkayina men having their way with Neytiri as payment for letting her family live in their village...
those low test efeminate males love it though
Ok, honest question: should I watch this movie?
I saw part 1 on tv when it did, and I loved hating on it. The blue hippies are like everything people hate about elves x 10, but they don't get any of the well-earned comeuppance. They are ugly to look at from any angle except the angles you would see if you fuck them. They literally encourage bestiality and trail of a thousand tears their POW out to space. Meanwhile a retard from earth spends half a month with them and promptly owns the shit out off every one of these shit smurfs. And fucks everything too. And then compels the formerly pacifist smurfs into terrorism, which mostly just gets them killed, but then captain planet shows up and saves all of Pandora, cause of 'mu magic tree cootchee'.
I can't deny that James 'Kill em' Cameron can make kino movies, Terminator 1&2 are in my top 10 since I've seen em. But I feel he is making fun of people who IRL try to live sustainably or who understand the idea of de-escalation beyond "can't talk back when they dead". Like "even these perfect space aliens can't manage it, without resorting impulsive violence and sucking space marine cock. What do you think you, a shitty little humankey, are doing, biking to save gas-money or trying to vote instead of fight."
And that just undermines the whole point the movie superficially wants to make. And you know JC is both smart enough to know that and good enough at movies that he could avoid that implication. So what is the new movie about? Is JC saying that the solution to racism is race-wars? Is he going to claim that they way to gender equality involves sex slavery? They way to harmony is the way to total anarchy, but it only works if you aren't a human?!?
What is this film saying and what does it say about people who support that message?
are you sure that a website that is mostly text, with the odd paragraph, is right for you?
I've been using this website daily for about seven years now so I would say probably yes.
Part 1 tells us that in order to be a proper hippy, you need to kill humans and fuck animals; does Cameron make the same point in this film?
The only message in Avatar is that violence must be met with violence
Then what is all the horse-fucking about?
Oh no it didn’t have toys for kid’s happy meals
It actually did. It also had a promotional big gulp at the 7-11, and a Funko Pop.
No one bought them.
was above mere consumerism
Which is why it tried desperately and failed?
What do mean, there’s that one retarded fetishist that posts the navis aren’t cats thread here everyday, surely that counts for something
It was however a fun and engaging cinema experience, as opposed to whatever slop is being released these days.
>I like big realistic near future sci fi starship designs and I cannot lie.
The phrase "cultural impact" has been completely ruined at this point
>come back to Cinemaphile for the first time in a month
>first thread I see
Cameron literally cannot stop winning, Cameron haters literally cannot stop talking about senpai.
2 is unironically my favourite film of all time. No one else's opinion really matters, because it was made for me to enjoy. The universe put together 3 hours of the finest escapism that would be ideal for me.
it sounds like massive cope ngl
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