It is a monologue only in that you won't participate in a dialogue. Where do you live and do you believe private citizens have the right to muzzle the opinions of others? I asked those questions in an effort to understand what you are saying. But you don't want to answer.
How exactly my geographical location is important in this case and is relevant to the topic? I am not the topic here but the Oscar nominees/winners
I strongly believe that if one crates something that has taken him/her all his heart he/she has the right to defend and protect his/her work (this is something I already said in my previous post, hopefully by repeating it you finally get to understand it). Why should anyone be allowed to make fun of somebody's work but the creator is not allowed to defend it? Truly, have you ever created anything? Have you ever worked on a project that has taken all your knowledge and passion? I believe you haven't just like I said in one of my previous posts. Yes, I approve of the free speech right but there should be a moral limit to it. Why is allowed to Baron Cohen to make fun of an entire nation like in Borat? If Cohen asked to make fun of Precious would it be OK for you knowing the director has created his own sad story? Is this what you call a free speech?
I do not need to see Avatar to know what its political message is. There have been more than enough words written on that. I have not given an opinion on its worth as a piece of entertainment because that would be a personal opinion and I would need to see it first.
Yeah, right. If only movies could be understood by just reading reviews and other's opinions. You got the political message you say who knows it could be true. What about its humanity message? What about the beauty of the movie, emotions, characters? Did you get them too by reading reviews?