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'Avatar' Causes Depression
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I think it's okay not the best movie I've ever seen but on the day I went to see it schelock(?) homes was out I wanted to see that more.
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avatar was a good movie but suicide seriously? come on people ya the world sucks, humans are money hungry assholes, and some fantasy world would be nice but reality is harsh and if watching a movie makes you want to kill your self you wont make it through life. guess what kids reality sucks but the reason humanity still exists is because just like with the story of Pandora's Box even after the shit storm we still find hope and that hope leads people to find happiness. not to mention it's human nature that has made the world the way it is today so there is no permanent solution, however the individuals that stand up and do something about it instead of sitting around sulking are the reason humanity is still around...... wow i went on a rant there
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AHTL wrote:

Pocahontas / Avatar Trailer crossover
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vm3HWjVESL0



Those who got depressed after watching the film, need to grow a spine and actually do something. They are not making things better, they are just sitting there wasting away.


Ahahaha.

Werd.

If they think this world's f-ed up then they should try to do something about it. Golly gee did people really need James Cameron to show them how messed up the human race is?? They've got a whole pretty planet they could try to fix right here! Dumbdumbs. Let's pretend Earth is Pandora and you are that obnoxious male named Jake fighting a militaristic and greedy consumer culture - GO! Dress up if it makes you feel better.

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I thought the Avatar...the one from Nick. XD

Meh, I didn't want to watch James Cameron's Avatar. For some reason. O_o;

Posted 1/14/10 , edited 1/14/10
Well, the joke in all of this is that our earth is a pandora in itself. Our world conceals still so many things we have yet to discover and there is so much we don't know about it. Our earth is actually beautiful. Everyone who's seen docus of various landscapes in this world would know this. Our Earth > Pandora.

If it's true that some people got depressed over this film, then my best guess is that they were already emotionally unstable before that crucial occasion.


Latagore wrote:

Isn't this a little shameful? Basically flaming the asses of people who "are depressed" over the movie Avatar? First of all, if this movie had those kinds of effects on people, then every single movie would cause people to commit suicide yearly. As AHTL stated, this movie had a fairly stereotypical story; hardly any originality at all. The difference between this movie and any other story can then only be the quality of the graphics. Because of this, we can conclude that there was nothing significantly moving about this movie.

In addition, many people here are commenting on the actions of people who have yet to say anything in this forum topic, and yet are including insults and have derogatory intonations in their posts. Many do not seem to understand that the significance of this article is questionable; user posts on a forum could be several accounts by one person, or the power of group mentality/suggestion. To attack someone suffering from depression is contrary to the surface message that many of the posters here seem to have. If this was the intention of those in question in the first place, then simply state your opinion blatantly.


Wow, you actually drop by from time to time to post a halfway apt reply *shocked*
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Posted 1/14/10

Unaru wrote:

Err... the hell?

I don't want to point any fingers but... most of you who are calling these people "pathetic" or "losers" are apart of an online community that absolutely loves animated cartoons that live in fantasy settings. It would not be far off to say that some of you are probably so obsessed about a certain anime that it would totally ruin your day if something unplanned happened to your favorite character. What's more, some of you crazy fanatics even dress up as your favorite characters in the hopes of being them for a short while.

Doesn't anyone see the irony in this?

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i don;t O_O
cuz we r happy with anime, we like to see more....only some(and mostly from japan >_<) super hardc0re fanatics would do something like that. not plain anime-watcher...or anime-lovers
i mean come'on we don;t want to kill ourselves EVERY time we finish an anime(which i think happens a lot in here)
so please, don't put us in the same shoes :3
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I understand but suicide O.O is just too far
Posted 1/14/10
That movie? Depression? That movie only made me appalled for impressing me. What's to be depressed on such good film?
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I heard the same news from my mom. Some people are just like that...
Just like that 14 years old Narutard who drilled his head into the sand.
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Posted 1/14/10
people really need to distinguish between reality and the world made up from someone's imagination...
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Posted 1/14/10
Am I like the only person that never watch Avatar? I really wanna go see it too.
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Posted 1/14/10
I was depressed that Avatar was such a lame movie.
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Posted 1/14/10
Just when I thought I'd watch Avatar after my friends kept telling me how amazing it is. Now I have a proper excuse, could be harmful to my mental health.
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Posted 1/14/10
I haven't see the movie yet, so I don't know if it's sad or not.
I don't really know about it.
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I was a little sad that i couldn't be there, but i think suicide is a little too much...
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