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James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ Delivered High Tech Adventure & A Great Story

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James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ movie delivered high tech adventure & a great story. 20th Century Fox’s most anticipated movie of the year, James Cameron’s “Avatar” finally hit theaters this weekend,and I must say it certainly did not disappoint.It filled the full 2 hours and 40 minutes with an awesome story,coupled with great special effects,action, and adventure.

The movie starred: Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Rodriguez, Giovanni Ribisi, Joel David Moore, CCH Pounder, Peter Mensah, Laz Alonso, Wes Studi, Stephen Lang, and Matt Gerald

“Avatar” revolved around characters, Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and the Navi, Neytiri (Zoe Saldana). Jake Sully is a crippled Marine who’s twin brother died while on a mission to Pandora. Since Jake has his same DNA,they can use him for the same “Avatar” body his brother would have used.

He makes his way to Pandora with a mission of making nice with the native Navi tribe through his “Avatar” body in an effort to get them to move off their land so the Marines can mine the rare and very lucrative mineral that their land sits right on top of. The Navi eventually let Jake in and teach him their ways. Neytiri becomes his mentor. He eventually form a strong bond with her,and they fall in love.

Jake’s alliance fully changes over to the Navi’s side,which ends up resulting in a huge action war to help the Navi keep their land from being totally destroyed by the Marines, or the “sky” people as the Navi called them.

I thought the movie was great. It had a lot of action,adventure,a little comedy,and some romance for all the ladies. The 3D effects were nice as well. I definitely felt like I got my money’s worth. The story was very unique and interesting. This movie is a must see film.

Grade: A

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3 Responses to “James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ Delivered High Tech Adventure & A Great Story”

  1. No. The story was boring and the dialogue was abhorrent. The only thing impressive about this, although very much so, was the 3d.

  2. Wraith says:

    No. The story was great and original. While it may resemble Dances with Wolves or Pocahontas, it was also very different and fun to watch. Just because there have been numerous movies about cops and robbers does that mean we should stop making more because the idea is unoriginal? NO, because each has it’s own twist. Same with Avatar except the twist is so far out there that I would say the story IS original. I also thought the dialogue was great. What were you expecting — words that flow off the tongue in rhyme or something shakespear-like? What exactly is your definition of good dialogue?

  3. Again, it is neither great, nor original. It was an old story that brought nothing new, arguing otherwise is pointless.

    And wait, what twist? That he fell in love with the shamans daughter who was already meant to be wed to someone else? Or the predictable dragon scene at the end? Or the part where only a white man could save the natives?

    As for dialogue, even the most apologetic critics of the film admit the dialogue was terrible. What counts as good? Not this:

    “Everything is backwards now, like out there is the true world, and in here is the dream.”

    “This is exciting… biologically!”

    “I see you”

    ” told myself I can pass any test a man can pass. ”

    “That was pretty impressive. I would have been screwed if you hadn’t come along. ”

    Need I say more? I have nothing against people finding the movie entertaining, but it is ridiculous to call it any form of quality.

    And I forgot to press the “notify me” button

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