Apparently people can't handle entertainment anymore...
I'm depressed that a large enough audience of people actually feel this way. Come on...upset about a imaginary world being intangible? That's like getting upset because there really isn't a Spider-Man in New York.
I saw Avatar for the first time this past weekend, in 3D, and while yes, I thought it was a fantastic movie worth every penny paid to watch in 3D...I haven't found myself upset about not being able to visit Pandora. I can understand after seeing the film, feeling "attached" in some way to the beauty of it all in a sense. But it's nothing I haven't seen imagined before in multiple mediums (ahem...floating mountains is nothing new, except apparently it is).
Sad excuse for being depressed? Or are these people actually experiencing some form of legitimate depression over Pandora being intangible? I call shenanigan's.