So How Do We Fix It?
STOP EVERYTHING YOU ARE DOING, JAMES CAMERON.
Look, Jim. I love your work, and that you helped design the Predator. But no one wants to see another Avatar film. Seriously, Jim. I'm sorry about this, because it was our fault for leading you on.
You see, it was December of 2009. Obama had just become president, while the war in Iraq was winding down. The recession had just ended, and everyone was ready to jump on the postwar escapism bandwagon. Then your movie about fuckable blue monsters came along and not only tapped into that push from Bush, but also did so through the budding resurgence of 3D movies which we were all so desperate to enjoy. We really needed something safe to enjoy, Jim. I understand how it would be easy to confuse the attention with actual affection, but I'm telling you: No one is a fan of Avatar. I'm sorry. And since Avatar 2 is now being delayed indefinitely by the studio ...
... I thought it might be a good time to tell you. Please stop, Jim. You made the "Who Let The Dogs Out" of movies, and you're walking into your cinematic "You All Dat." Now please go back to making good films, and not a bunch of garbage sequels for the next 10 years. You have the power to make this stop, Jim. You're in charge.
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