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    Quote Originally Posted by cano View Post
    OK I have to redefine the question. Where is the closest cinema to Bangor where no food and drinks and retarded kids commenting on everything are allowed to the cinema?
    Nope there are non. Kids are allowed almost everywhere. Some liberal wacko's consider them people too.
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    We decided to treat ourselves to this movie (in 3D) today and I was QUITE impressed. I was expecting just a cool action movie with cool effects and little substance but I thought everything about the movie was amazing. If you see it, TRY to see it in 3D. However, you will not be letdown if you do not get to see it in 3D. It will still be a great movie.
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    I'm too cheap . . . and since I had a free pass I saw the regular ol' 2D version of Avatar . . . not bad (and very good for free) . . . kind of like a sci-fi version of Dances with Wolves.
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    We almost went to see this in the IMAX in New Hampshire this weekend.

    Oddly enough, here is an interesting news article about the movie.

    Audiences experience 'Avatar' blues

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    Here's another article on the same thing - and with more pictures.

    I sure don;t feel bad about not being able to go to that planet - too many bugs and stuff!

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    Sometimes I just have to shake my head and wonder about human beings in general -- I mean c'mon folks . . . it's a movie, not the real world and no reason to get depressed.
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    People are so caught up in the movie I guess. YES, real life is more boring and less colorful. Deal with it.
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    My wife and I went to see the movie this afternoon on the IMAX in Saco. First time I've been in that theater, even though I live only one town over. Good movie. The special effects were great. I felt as if some things were whizzing by my head as they entered the scene.
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    So IMAX in Saco is the only 3D cinema in Maine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cano View Post
    So IMAX in Saco is the only 3D cinema in Maine?
    No. We went to the Flagship Cinema in Waterville and saw it in 3D.

    But I believe the IMAX in Saco is the only IMAX theater in Maine.


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