Grammy Night, And The Award Goes To Bar’ Bo’ Sa’

I’m not much of a movie buff, but I did catch a few of the flicks this year including Avatar. I was actually slightly disappointed with the 3D as I was hoping they would’ve made it more Disney style. You know, like in Captain EO and the parts when the stuff in the film feels like it’s flying at you, and you find your self flinching or wanting to grab something that isn’t there. Avatar was more 3D from the screen and back. I want it to come at me! Maybe I had too high expectations, but all in all it was a pretty good movie. I think it’s ridiculous that some people want to join the Navi culture, but if anyone would fit in with them it’s probably the tallest of our species, NBA players. I remember when this clip first came out, I thought this has Nash inspiration written all over it. If you were a player, how could you not like playing in Phoenix!?! You have Nash, the most ridiculous man in the world, great weather, a free flowing offense to pad those stats in, and you don’t even have to play defense. Even the fans are pretty good sports like this guy who got a face full of iron! Then you get Barbosa dressing up on the plane and scaring teammates (Lopez’s reaction was priceless). I most likely won’t catch any of the show tonight, but I’ll predict that Avatar gets at least six awards, and one will be best spinoff, by the Phoenix Suns.

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5 responses to “Grammy Night, And The Award Goes To Bar’ Bo’ Sa’

  • tophatal

    chappy 81

    Does this mean that you want to see Avatar win the best film at the Oscars ? LOL,LOL,LOL !!! Essentially the movie is a rip-off of Romeo & Juliet but with the 3D special effects to lure in the geeks .

    If that ‘movie’ wins then it shows me that Hollywood has no legitimacy at all as the alleged ‘film capitol’ of the world !

    Alan Parkins

  • Anthony

    I saw Avatar in regular and 3D and I have to agree that the 3D version wasn’t THAT much better. Still a good movie though. As for the Oscars, I’d love to see Steve Nash get recognized. I can see him getting into film after he retires.

    • tophatal


      Of the 10 nominated features the three best movies may well be ‘The Hurt Locker’, ‘Up In The Air’ & ‘Precious’. Of those three I’d probably pick ‘The Hurt Locker’ to win the category.

      One of the best portrayals concerning the effects of war and its aftermath on the lives of the military. But that’s just me being somewhat biased , as I served in the military .

      Alan Parkins

      Alan Parkins

      • mceezy

        As much as I didn’t want to like it, Avatar blew me away. It was probably the Imax and the 3D distracting me, but still, it was pretty impressive. Yes, there is that small little factor that the plot is pretty elementary, but sitting here in 2010, I don’t really expect movies to impress me intellectually. Meanwhile, my ex-marine father is all about the Hurt Locker right now, so I’m sure once I see that I’ll be able to stash Avatar where it belongs.

        • tophatal


          Spend what’s allegedly in excess of $300 million on a movie . And you can make sh_t smell like roses. Especially when the main feature of the movie are the special effects and the lack of a storyline . But that has basically summed up James Cameron’s movie career to date ! He’s about as much a visionary as Bernie Madoff !

          Alan Parkins

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