OBJECTIVE: Watch Avatar once per every week of 2014.

WHEN: July 31, 2014, 5:13 pm. (Week 31, July 27-August 2.)

WHERE: In my apartment in Portland, ME.

FORMAT: DVD on a 19” AOC LED computer monitor.

COMPANY: None.

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL STATE: Woozy, post-nap.

EARTH MOVER – A PROMISE UNFULFILLED:
If Avatar 2 doesn’t use that giant earth mover, I’ll shit myself in rage.

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 Just look at that thing. So cool.

Within its first five minutes, Avatar presents us with the ultimate promise. It shows us a really frigging cool earth mover. I mean, holy shit, guys, that thing is huge.

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Fuck yeah.

Yet, as the movie progresses, we get no additional scenes with this impressive piece of mining equipment. I don’t want to see Jake exploring his new body. I WANT THE EARTH MOVER.

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Pictured: no one gives a shit, because it’s not the goddamn earth mover.

It isn’t as though there isn’t a place for the earth mover in the plot. Later in the film, Quaritch mobilizes his troops to attack the Tree of Souls. He turns the shuttle into a bomber to drop mining explosives on it. This plan doesn’t end up working so well. Which leaves me wondering, why didn’t he use the earth mover? I mean, this thing was explicitly designed to literally rip Pandora a new asshole. Why not point the fucker right at the Tree of Souls and let it rip? I straight up dare Eywa to come up with something to take it out. The thing is a tank. Well, not literally. Literally it is an earth mover, which is good enough for me. Fuck yeah, earth mover.

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Yesssssssssssssssss.

They dropped the ball the first time, but they dare not do it again. 2017.
Avatar 2: THIS TIME WITH EARTH MOVER.

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