I won't have a cow but I might have a calf. Er, on second thought, I don't eat veal.
You might believe it's better than Avatar but only the next weekend's box office will give the movie goer's real verdict -- the film reviews don't encourage me to bother to go see it, especially last night's "At the Movies." I'll wait for the pay-per-view (I just got twelve coupons from Time Warner for one 99 cent new release movie per month and in HD! I would rarely go to the multi-plex just because I want to "have fun," even if it's a better-than-average popcorn movie.
Have I decided that the reviews are wrong and been proded by a family member or friend to go see their movie choice? Yep -- I regretted it but I didn't have a cow. I waited until I got home to throw up.
"Dr Parnassus Imaginarium" -- Michael Phillips did not like it, A. O. Scott did like it. The character Heath Ledger plays was filmed up to the time of entering the Imaginarium. Johnny Depp among other actors play a re-written character who changes physical looks as he takes his trip through the story. So far, Rotten Tomotoes is also mixed reviews. I won't go to see this at the multiplex either but wait for a .99 cent, it's released on HBO or Showtime or rent the DVD. Avatar is the only one of the lot I want to buy the DVD in BluRay when it's released next year (I would not doubt that won't be before the holidays).