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January 11th, 2010
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Rating: ★★★★☆

Movie: Avatar(2009)

Studio : Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation

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Runtime : 162 min

Website : Avatar

Trailer :http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xa8i7b



Review:

Avatar is a great movie with astonishing visual effects. The graphic features of the movie are awesome but the movie is not free from being flawless.

The story is based on Jake Sully who has been transferred to another planet known as Pandora. He is there to replace his brother after his death and if he succeeds to accomplish the mission the government will then restore his legs. Pandora is a place which is occupied by the race known as Na’vi and it is Jake’s task to get used to their way of living and subsequently remove them somewhere else. When this happens the humans would come and rule the planet. The planet of Pandora is a land filled with rich material and this is what Parker Selfridge is after.

Jake has the task to gain access to the Na’vi people while using the identity of an “avatar”. In the process to create his bond between the race and himself he meets Neytiri and falls in love with the attractive alien. At the same time the merciless Colonel tries extreme tricks and techniques with his military unit to drive the race out and calls for a battle with the aliens of Pandora.

The visual effects of the picture are really unbelievable. Avatar is about a new world and when you watch the movie you feel you enter their world for a short period of time. The actors have worked remarkably well and have portrayed their emotions on to the viewers. Zoe Saldanas depicts a great emotional character and for some reason Sam Worthington parades around with many different hairstyles throughout the movie.

The movie is not an original and unique story, it is not much different from what we have been seen in the past. Although the director has done a great job in putting the movie together the story is nothing special.

You can enjoy ‘Avatar’ if you have a great liking for artistic and heavy visual effects. If not then this movie is not made for you and you are better off doing things outside the theater. However if you decide to go for the movie turn off your mind and just keep your eyes open to watch the creativity in the making of Avatar and you will then certainly enjoy it.

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  1. Don
    January 11th, 2010 at 11:47 | #1

    While I thought that Coraline had a better laid-out design with their use of it, Cameron did emphasize that this film is best enjoyed in 3-D. It only makes me question how much DVD sales might go for this film, though, as I heard Coraline’s DVD really didn’t look so good when converted.

  2. Mona
    January 11th, 2010 at 18:41 | #2

    Well, my boyfriend wants to go this weekend to the movies and see it in 3D, seems to be a pretty cool and different story than what we are used to . Ill report back after I see it.

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