After ‘What do women think?’ and his forgettable remake ‘What do men think?’ Today I bring you a proposal to extend the franchise to new unexplored territories. The title of the hypothetical project would be ‘What do viewers think about when they watch a movie?’and the idea has come to my mind after reading the reactions of certain people to a specific scene from ‘Avatar: The Sense of Water’.
son wife could have died!”
As several users have pointed out in a Reddit thread, the sequel to the 2009 bombing contains a scene in which Jake makes a blatant mistake that could have cost his wife Neytiri her life; a note that makes me think about where the hell people look in a scene that, theoretically, is driven by the dramatic charge inherent in the characters and their dynamics.
But I will not be the one to explain this offense that would make the average National Rifle Association affiliate shudderbut CoinsaregoodforMe.
“When Jake is cleaning his gun he loads it, puts it back on the table and is pointing it right at his wife. The guy was a Marine lol what’s up with gun safety.”
For his part, Axiom06 believes that his father, an ex-military, would have had an especially vehement reaction during the projection. Everything is normal.
“My dad was in the military, he served 28 years of his life in the Coast Guard and Navy and I’m sure he would have yelled at the screen telling Jake how stupid he was to take that risk. Always assume a gun is loaded.” .
I fully understand the possible inconsistency that exists between the fact that Jake handles the gun in this way and that he has a military past, but it never ceases to amaze me the ability of certain sectors of the public to pay attention to certain details which, after all, shouldn’t matter in the slightest. Maybe I am the clueless one, who knows…
Via | Looper