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November 7, 2010

The Last Airbender (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Digital Copy)

 

The Last Airbender (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Digital Copy)

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Experience the thrilling live-action adventure based on the hit Nickelodeon series Avatar: The Last Airbender. Join Aang, an extraordinary boy with incredible “bending” powers, as he journeys through an exotic land filled with magical creatures and powerful friends. As the Avatar, he is the only one who can end the age-old conflict between the four nations: Air, Water, Earth and Fire. An inspirational journey, The Last Airbender is exciting entertainment for the entire family!

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The cartoon epic Avatar: The Last Airbender comes to the big screen as live-action special effects spectacular, with the title simplified to The Last Airbender. The movie is crammed with as much of the show’s anime-influenced mythology as can fit: In a fantasy world, different tribes have influence over the elements of air, earth, fire, and water. Only one person can manipulate all four–the Avatar, who is also a bridge between the terrestrial and spirit worlds, and who reincarnates throughout the centuries. But for a hundred years, the Avatar has disappeared–until Katara, a young waterbender, and her brother Sokka discover a young airbender, Aang, frozen under the southern ice. Aang sets off to master the other elements so that he can counter the marauding Fire Nation, who have slain all other airbenders in their campaign to rule the world. Aang’s journey and the titanic battles owe a significant debt to the Lord of the Rings trilogy–it’s surprising that director M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense) hasn’t made more of an effort to craft something more distinctive. The only character who stands out is Prince Zuko (Dev Patel, Slumdog Millionaire), an exiled firebender who can only regain his place by his father’s side if he can capture the Avatar. Everyone else is fairly bland–but this movie isn’t about characters, it’s about special effects, and lots of money and labor has been lavished on blasts of fire and water flying through the air. Viewers unfamiliar with the cartoon are likely to be confused; some fans will be disappointed at how cramped the story has become, while others will enjoy the visual delights. –Bret Fetzer

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Customer Reviews

“A Great Film” 2010-11-06
By Neo
If you are a fan of all of the other amazing works by M. Night Shyamalan you will like this one too. It’s a great family film, a good adaptation of the animated series, and is very worthwhile in all the right ways. It has an epic story and tells it with the kind of bold storytelling that you rarely see these days. It is also a deeply personal film about the loneliness of being a hero (and this is a theme that can be explored and understood by anyone who feels artistic or creative, as was surely part of the draw to the character for Shyamalan himself). I saw this four times in the movie theater and will be glad to have this in my Blu-ray collection. In fact, it was one of my favorites of the year (along with David Fincher’s The Social Network, Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World, and Toy Story 3). The music by James Newton Howard is also incredible — absolutely the best score of the year. This is one that is not to be missed.

“Poorly Made” 2010-11-05
By Enchanted (san diego)
Who’s to blame for this expected bland movie adaptation from the most beloved well written cartoon? Too much special affects, no interaction between the characters, bits and pieces from season one/book one which definitively blurry people who hasn’t watch the cartoon itself, totally miscasts actors and actresses excluding Princess Yui.

No one can accomplish a full season worth of informative show into 1 hours and 30 minutes live action movie.

Do buy the dvd if you are a die hard fan, others, please save your hard earn money and spend 1 dollar renting at redbox near you.

“Sad Day” 2010-11-03
By Cord Patirck (IL)
I loved the TV show but when I saw this movie my heart sank. THe acting was terrible, they got all the names wrong, and the action was almost none existent. I mean there is more action on the cover of this Blu-Ray Disk then there is in the actual movie! If you saw the previews for the movie, it looked great. But when you actually see the movie, it is disappointing. The sad part is I really wished it would have been great too.

“Save yourself the trouble, I mean it” 2010-11-03
By Mari Rosa
The critics are right about this one. And I’m pretty generous when it comes to certain films, but this one a polished turd.

Do yourself a favor and rent this on Netflix if you want to watch it that bad. If you have never seen or heard of the Last Airbender Series or just have low movie standards then there is a slim chance you might actually like the movie, but even avid movie watchers will tell you it’s pretty shoddy. The only thing interesting may be some special effects and that’s about it. It’s pretty much a rushed story, poorly acted, cheesy film based on the Avatar: The Last Airbender animated series. (Which I recommend getting instead. You’ll feel WAY more satisfied with the storyline.) Or better yet, go watch James Cameron’s Avatar, at least it will be worth the money.

“Time Travel” 2010-11-03
By S. Weller (Aiea, HI USA/Military)
This movie is the first and still remains the first movie I have ever in my entire life wanted to walk out on. What kept me there? Was it the awesome acting, kick butt scenes, the developing romance? NO! It was my friend who I didn’t wanna make leave too only to find out they wanted to walk out as well. The story was horrible and maybe its because I never watched the cartoon or maybe not heck I remember watching Dungeons and Dragons and liked it but never played the game where as the gamers hated it. Take my advice.. just wait for it to come on ABC or some crap.

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