We saw it as a normal movie and then I took my friend again to see it in 3D last night. Man, the house was PACKED that last time. Which was surprising because I was thinking less people were going to be there because it has already been out a little while.
I love this movie though. I mean, the story line could have been better...he had 10 years to work on it afterall...but it's not that big of a beef. The cg was mindblowing.
Wondering why the Na'Vi were so humanoid...I know WHY they made them humanoid, for audience sympathy and such...but logically, given how everything we saw on that planet had a variation on the six-limb scenario, I was wondering why the Na'Vi only had two arms.
And how come there weren't any animals with hair? Considering the blue kittehs had what looked to be hair, I was kinda disappointed to see only reptilian-looking species. But we only got a small glimpse of the planet wildlife. (Leave me alone, I'm a nerd when it comes to creature/enviro concept design).
I also wish there was more of a difference between the tribes...but ah well.
It was lovely. Really digging the bioluminesence and all the insects and sounds and creature design. And it had a few good messages as well. I know some people are griping about the rather obvious moral(s) of the story, but the way I see it, if mainstream public needs a multi-million dollar movie to help get environmental messages across, then so be it.
But overall, it's a great and beautiful movie. The characters were emotive, there was a good deal of progression and the soundtrack is rather nice. Everyone should try to see it in 3D while they can. :)