Thursday, February 4, 2010


A long time ago I saw the most amazing movie ever: Avatar. I totally forgot to blog about it so I decided that I would now. You have the choice of seeing the movie regularly or in 3D mode, and of course we paid the extra 5 bucks to see the 3D but it was completely worth it. I didn't expect the movie to be anything like how it turned out to be. I thought it was going to be some stupid animal fighting movie but it turned out to be something a lot greater then that. The main character, Jake's, brother died just before he was going to be deployed to this planet to study avatars and then essentially become an avatar. It takes a lot of schooling and knowledge to work these avatars. The doctors suggested that Jake go in place of his brother because he was paralyzed from the waist down, so this would give him a new experience to walk again. After arriving to the planet Pandora, Jake is soon turned into his own Avatar and explores the world of the real Avatars. He gets stuck out one night after almost being eaten by the other Pandora animals, and meets the girl of his dreams, Navi, who is a real Avatar. This story is very confusing unless you can understand all of the little details and actually see what it going on in the movie. Jake eventually finds out that the other scientists are trying to destroy the real Avatar's home to get to the rare substance found on the planet, and he tries to stop them. He falls in love with Navi and decides that he can never leave her. I'm not going to give the ending away because there are a lot of details that I left out which would be very confusing.

I would recommend this movie to anyone because it's got love, fighting, happiness, friendship, anger and all of the things one could ask for in a movie. It also has great effects and the computer graphics are amazing. It switches between real people to computer people sometimes as well. I would tell you to see it in 3D though if you are going to see it, because it makes it just that much better. It's kind of a long movie, 2 and a half hours, but it doesn't seem like that long when you're watching this incredible movie.

That's all for now my fellow bloggers.

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