[Five Deadly Everythings]

Avatar’s foreboding turn of phrase

Posted in monsters, movies by Jef on September 17, 2010

“Ya te veo” is the name given to a man-eating tree of legend by J.W. Buel in his Sea and Land (1887). It translates from Spanish to “I see you,” which is also the catch phrase writer-director James Cameron used in his magic-tree-filled nature-strikes-back love fest, Avatar. Good one, James.

Shouts to Pamela Isley.

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