4 comments on “Borrowing Cameron’s Vision: Avatar Mini-Analysis

  1. :heart:I was here . . . .
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  2. D. Renaissance writes:

    I'm curious; what authority has granted you the ability to define what art is and isn't? And your claim states that entertainment cannot be art and art is not entertaining….
    Do you not see your error?

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  3. The same authority that granted you the ability to attack my opinion without reading carefully… I did not say art and entertainment are exclusive. I said that this picture is entertainment, not art.

    That doesn't mean there isn't art in it, or that it wasn't made by artists, but I am simply sharing Cameron's own opinion that this movie was first and foremost an effort to entertain audiences. If you read his interviews you'll understand this.

    If anything, I completely agree with him that for people to see the art in something, it must be first entertaining. Not mutually exclusive at all, sir. This is why the Na'vi have boobs 🙂

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