Forever famous for giving us James Cameron's CGI version of "Pocahontas". There are few directors that manage to combine action, technology and gorgeous cinematography better than James Cameron, but the old story about the clash between the new and old don't have much more original to it, but we did get to see interracial alien sex for once and some unique alien designs.
peerless in terms of creating an accurate and (literally) breathtakingly pure utopia that, before seeing it, lived in the subconscious of the people who are down for this movie (thats why we are).i fast forward through all parts with humans.would sell my RangeRovr for avatar 2 to be ∞ hours of just Navi kicking it.they should do study on avatar fans in relation to people with NativeAmerican plight research tendencies
Watch the extended version. It doesn't get justified by the theatrical version at all. It shapes the characters more, and we get to see how earth really is in the future. Had the extended version actually be the theatrical version, this movie maybe could've swept those Oscars.
Entièrement tournée en relief, avec un nouveau procédé bien plus performant que les expérimentations précédentes, cette oeuvre classique dans son contenu scénaristique, véhiculant une histoire fort plaisante à l'explicite message écolo-pacifique, se pose comme un vrai ravissement visuel, entraînant de par l'universalité de son propos harmonieux, une franche et massive adéquation. www.cinefiches.com
Too long! Isn't this film just basically a computer game masquerading as a live action movie and how many times is Cameron going to make 'Aliens' over again? It's just boring. Fair enough, I did watch this year's ago but I have no desire to revisit it. The visual equivalent of a 'Super-sized' McDonald's.