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Re: “Planet of the Grosses


I'm sorry, while this review is a little off, you're a total blithering idiot if you think it isn't at the least VERY CLEARLY implied that the soldiers are, or represented, in the image of "americans"-- type of english accent/slang/military speak and all (have you ever even traveled outside the country to hear non-american english accents?)-- and i have to ask why did you even like the film in the first place other than fanboyism then (is that really your best?) if so many points flew over your head.

Of course in summation its Earth forces (and more a comment on humanity in general), but americans were used to represent "Earth". Or wait.. did you not have enough faith in America to still think that it would still be the most powerful country in the world in 2154, front-running massive, critical missions like the one in Pandora to save Earth? Little inconsistent there, aren't we?

"If you're going to twist around the content of the film, is it really a review, or proganda?"

get real.

"and that has to do with it's affect on the Sci-Fi genre"

The sci-fi genre, at least as far as worthy contributions go, has almost always (90% of the time) been commentary on political, racial, human, and philosophical ideas.

Posted by CloudAK on 12/25/2009 at 1:38 PM

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