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The guy who did the glorious seventy-minute review of "The Phantom Menace" is back with a more concise (only 20 minutes) take on "Avatar." While the s...
VATICAN CITY — "Avatar" is wooing audiences worldwide with visually dazzling landscapes and nature-loving blue creatures. But the Vatican is no ...
Avatar is not just another white-man-save-the-day movie. As a black woman and a cultural anthropologist born in Haiti, I had doubts about the depiction of race in the film.
James Cameron has become a George Lucas acolyte and wannabe, cobbling together pilfered elements, very much in the manner of his master to produce "original" works of fantastic cinema.
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