Fifteen awesomeness points to "anonymous" who commented on my last blog post and told me to change the frame rates. That fixed the problem!
All righty, so, my friend Nathaniel tells me that the movie AVATAR (slogan: the greatest adventure of all time) is going back into the movie theaters, and wait, what? The greatest adventure of all time? Really? And why is the movie title in ALL CAPS? Are they imitating the TV show, JONAS?
No, wait, I'm sorry, I'm told that's not the name of the show. I meant to say Disney Channel show JONAS.
No, wait, I'm sorry again. I meant Disney Channel Original show.
No, wait, I'm sorry again, by jingo. I mean the Disney Channel Original Hit Show, which is now the Disney Channel Original Sensation, JONAS. It's so awesome that Season Two of the show is not called JONAS Season Two, because that would be lame. Instead, it needs MORE CAPITAL LETTERS to signify the awesomeness that is the Jonas Brothers Show. That's right, it needs to be called JONAS L.A.
Stay tuned for Season Three--I mean, Season Three of the WORLD-WIDE, BLOCKBUSTER EXPERIENCE--which will probably contain even more capital letters. Rumor has it that it will be called OMG LOL JONAS L.A. Ph.D BBQ.
Anyway, where was I? Oh yeah. I've noticed that a lot of shows today over-promote themselves to ridiculous degrees. Particularly AVATAR: The Greatest Adventure of All Time. I have not seen this movie, nor do I want to see it. I do not like being told that there is nothing more meaningful I can do with my life than watching a movie over and over again. That is an out-and-out lie.
From what I'm told, this movie has very extensive special effects. The computer effects are so realistic that--
I'm tired of special effects. They're not really that special anymore. Practically every movie boasts having great special effects, especially with the 3D Movie Attack that has been going on what feels like forever. I think all these movies whose main selling point is fancy special effects will disappear into obscurity ten years from now, when there are NEW fancy special effects.
In conclusion, I would like it if movies and TV stopped puffing themselves up so much. Thank you.