When a film brashly asserts that it will change moviemaking forever, one feels the urge to either take its "king of the world" arrogance down a notch or hail it as the masterpiece it claims to be.
But - and forgive us if this sounds too much like the dialogue in President Obama's war room - what if there's a third option?
James Cameron's 3-D "Avatar" has all the smack of a Film Not To Miss - a movie whose effects are clearly revolutionary, a spectacle that millions will find adventure in. But it nevertheless feels unsatisfying and somehow lacks the pulse of a truly alive film.
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