Saturday, March 13, 2021

The Russo Brothers Congratulated ‘Avatar’ On Reclaiming The Title Of Highest Grossing Movie Ever From ‘Avengers: Endgame’

James Cameron is a piece of shit egomaniac who can't finish what he starts because he is a fussbudget who can't make a decision to save his life. At least those who work for him will always have a job because like JJ Abrams, he finishes NOTHING. So for him to do this 'release' to take over an imaginary made up number is pathetic to the extreme. Only losers care about all the non-movies he's made in the past ten years. Marvel build an entire universe on screen. Fuck James Camera for stealing the good feeling attached to the MCU and trying to capture some of that magic he lost a long, long time ago. It's just sad.


Debra She Who Seeks said...

It's a mystery to me why "Avatar" is so popular. I didn't even finish watching it because it was such a piece of trite crap.

Monc said...

Couple of thoughts:

- "Avatar" retaking the top grossing slot right now feels like the world championship of a sport I don't follow. Good for you, but I cannot pretend to care.

- Hey, Jim Cameron! Remember back when you made exciting, fun movies? Remember "The Abyss" and "True Lies" and "T2"? Go do some of that again... and see if Cameron Crowe will get on the same bandwagon, while you're at it.

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

You get it Monc. It's such a lame way to put your name back on the entertainment websites by doing NOTHING but releasing your stupid film in Mongolia for a week. Try actually putting something on screen if you want to be 'important'. You are all talk and no output. The MCU has been on every year and sometimes twice a year for a decade. You take a 'title' that is not your due.

Debra, watch PAPYRUS with Ryan Reynolds on You Tube. SNL skit about Avatar.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Hahahahahahaha, that's great! I haven't seen it before.

Tim Knight said...

And that is why Marvel rules! Reclaiming this accolade during the pandemic is meaningless. Once things return to normal, Marvel could rerelease ALL their slate of movies in cinemas and people would still flock to see them, even though they all own them in multiple formats at home and have seen them countless times.