Can't stop laughing: Pr*tty Sh*tty: An Open Letter to James Cameron From Papyrus
"....Goodness knows I’ve worked hard the past 26 years to make a name for myself. And it’s felt great coming to the aid of New Age spa owners, suburban party planners, and young couples looking to save money by making their own wedding invitations..."
can't. breathe. help. me!
But rejoice -- you still have time to repent! And spend more $$$!
From what I can tell, most people are complaining not because they disagree with ideology but because the ideology/message are the same as other movies people has seen and not really any more nuanced or uniquely stated. I can't really say I learned anything I did not believe or know before; however, I have a much more PALPABLE and visceral understanding of what it means to be driven from my home and have things torn from me by people stronger than me.Am I the only one who loved the film especially much for its ideology and message?
Tangent: The name "unobtainium" sounds pretty stupid... but when I was reading the Futurist, the author noted that it's similar to the word "macguffin" - it's a term engineers routinely use to describe the "typical, rare, magical substance that everyone wants and no one can get their hands on" in a particular scenario. Here was a case where an inside joke ended up playing pretty poorly in the audience, who just read it as a not-so-creatively coined term.