The Last Airbender

(237 votes, average 4.88 out of 5)
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  • Mac
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    Watching this review pained me (saw it earlier when they adverted it on blip.tv)

    Not because it wasn't funny (it was funny) but this movie just...ugh.

    Shamyalan should be run out of Hollywood.

    Funnily enough. His name misspell can be suggested as Shameless.
  • Virgil_theBadassPoet  - No kidding
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    You know what the score for Dragonball evolution was on Rotten Tomatoes? 13%

    Last Airbender? 6%

    That's right. Dragonball Evolution was twice as good as this. I didn't even know it was possible to adapt something WORSE than Dragonball Evolution. But Shamyalan did it.

    What's worse, HE DIDN'T EVEN GET THE NAMES RIGHT!! DBE defamed the characters we know and love but part of the adaption decay was NOT the character's names. It's like Shamyalan knew it was going to suck so he changed the names to make it less offensive.

    How could he get so many things wrong!!
    Little things I can forgive.
    I can forgive the ethnicity of the actors. As long as they were good and stayed true to the characters (which they didn't) that doesn't matter. I can forgive the CG. I can forgive the make-up.

    I can't forgive plot holes EXPLAINED IN THE SOURCE MATERIAL. I can't forgive horrible acting. I can't forgive raping the source material and then burying it alive, which is what happened here.

    I've got a question to pose. How 'bout you Hollywood directors watch some anime movies. Do they compress the series? Tie into the canon? NO! They basically put the characters in an alternate setting and let them play off each other. DO THAT! It would be far more entertaining than watch you fail to make a 20 episode season into an entertaining movie.

    My reaction to this movie? Michael Scott said it best:

    "NO GOD...!!! NO, GOD PLEASE NO...! NO...!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-!!!! "
  • BaltoStephenWinter  - Eragon vs Last Airbender
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    Here's a question that was posted on Angry Joe's review of The Last Airbender; Which is worse, Eragon or The Avatar The Last Airbender movie?
    Feel free to respond.

    I Personally find that Avatar the Last Airbender makes Eragon look like Citizen Kane.
    And no, I will not stop asking Film Brain to review Eragon.
  • TragicGuineaPig
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    I haven't seen TLA (except for the clips here). And I likely won't just because of all the bad reviews.

    But I did make the mistake of watching Eragon. The only fun I had in the whole movie was singing the guitar riff from "Trogdor the Burninator" whenever the dragons were on screen (And yes, I did so much wish that one of them had a huge beefy arm growing out the back of its neck). But to me, it wasn't god-awful, just god-awfully bland. I left the theater, not feeling pissed off (like I did when I left Transformers 2), but like I wasted my time and money (with T2:RotF, it was the movie itself that pissed me off).

    Also, if you're going to have a talking dragon in your movie, you darn well better get Sean Connery, James Earl Jones, or someone like that to do the voice. I know, the burninator was supposed to be female, but at least it could have been a deep, gravelly female voice, one less smooth than the one they used.
  • axlryder
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    They're both pieces of shit
  • Vismutti
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    The Last Airbender definitely makes Eragon look like Citizen Cane. (Eragon the film at least, I haven't read the book.) Eragon was bland and cliché but at least it only left me bored out of my mind. Watching TLA /hurts/. Physically /hurts/.
  • mrrubino
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    Citizen Cane?
    *pacefalm*
  • tencowbrigade
    Let's look at the source materials, shall we?

    - Avatar the Last Airbender is one of the greatest animated shows marketed towards kids, period. Its seemingly generic plot is handled well by creating characters that live within their own universe. You're drawn into the story by the rich details added to the universe, the emotional investment of the creators, and the fact that these characters just seem to come alive before you. It's well-animated, has decent voice acting, and doesn't fall into the fatal Anime Filler Syndrome.

    - Eragon is the story of an Author Avatar who finds a magic rock which is actually a dragon egg and goes on adventures that basically involve the writer being a badass in his own little world. Also, Arya writing random Doctor Who stuff on the ground. No real value, just entertaining books.


    Now, which movie did the most disservice to its source material?

    Honestly, the Avatar series had me crying at some points because it was so poignant and well-done. When Katara spoke to her dad aboard the ship in the first episode of Book Three, I was crying because I thought of my dad. I never connected with the characters in Eragon, neither in the books nor in the movie. Not enough to care when they died or anything. The Avatar movie, though... Ugh. It just ruined everything I've loved about that series. It was awful.

    TL;DR: Eragon books are shit so it makes sense that Eragon movie is shit. And I think the Gaang sums up the movie well:

    www.youtube. com / watch?v=UfDk3I6di5E
  • James Picard
    As the only guy who likes Eragon, I'm going to say TLA. Eragon had at the very least the flying scenes and Jeremy Irons, and felt somewhat like it was using the original source material. TLA was just awful, and has no excuse. Though I will admit, part of the reason I look back fondly at Eragon is because it got me to read the books in the first place.
  • WarxePB
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    OH GOD WHY.

    That was my reaction when I saw this movie. Granted, I hadn't really watched TLA before that, but you don't need to see that to "appreciate" this turd.
  • cgk999  - well
    trust me you won't. If there's any luck you'd be as pissed as Y rule of time is
  • Yung Ago
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    shamylambaundoandingdingd ong shouldn't touch another script until he stops twisting
  • Deimos1984rd
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    Oh...oh god why....oh god....That movie hurt my soul.










    banana :P
  • Dark Paladin
    I find it funny that whenever Todd does crossovers, the other TGWTG producers tend to write him as a hilariously insufferable douche.
  • LimeGreenSquid
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    Perhaps he suggests it that way. I still don't know how he could laugh at Linkara for reviewing comics, while he himself reviews Justin Beiber...
  • Lermont
    Him laughing was written by Linkara, kinda ironic how he's written something so out of character for Todd after bashing all those authors for doing that to various characters.
  • CrazyChris576
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    Well Todd himself said in his MAGfest vlog that he was on a site filled with nerds. Maybe that's just the way the other reviewers write him now, given that obvious opinion. I mean, granted, they're all still friends. But that must be part of his character persona now.
  • SagashiIndustries
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    That's the way Todd likes it. He explained this in his OMG/Eenie Meenie commentary video.
  • Tarivoxic
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    So bananas are the new strawberries now?
  • TragicGuineaPig
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    And I don't even want to know what the animal sounds were about.
  • Taufiq91
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    Fuck M. Night Shyamalan, and fuck him for ruining Avatar The Last Airbender.

    Seriously, everything about this movie is wrong. Just look at the actors playing Katara & Sokka. That's where everything goes wrong.

    If you want to cast Dev Patel, cast him as Sokka instead. Anyone who saw his British drama "skins" knows that Dev Patel is born to play Sokka. Instead, he's playing Zuko and we have a member of the Cullen family as Sokka instead.

    This movie has the worst miscast of the 2000s. How hard is it to find Asian actors nowadays? I can find actors from Hong Kong with good English playing the roles of Aang, Katara, Sokka and everybody else.

    And the runtime is also bad. You don't make epic journey-based movies run at 90 minutes. Avatar the Last Airbender needs atleat 2 hours and 30 minutes of screentime to cover the entire first season. Alot of things are missing from this film thanks to the runtime and that pisses me off as well.
  • TragicGuineaPig
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    Ah, but I answer that a shorter runtime means less crappy craptastic movie.
  • The Aussie Otaku
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    Not necessarily. Sometimes a shorter running time could mean a lot of things could be left out. I mean, just look at the Spawn movie. Or Dragonball Evolution. True this movie was a stinking pile of kangarooshit, but it could have been MUCH worse. Let's give the movie the benefit of the doubt that at least it wasn't made by Ewe Boll.
  • Shockwave_the_Dragon
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    Don't worry, I hated this movie too. I laughed at the earthbenders scene, I shouted and protested, I didn't go see it willingly I was guilt tripped.
  • e33laf
    How could you now laugh at the Earthbender's scene; It was just so ridiculous. When I saw them the first time, I honestly expected them to shout out in unison how the Firebenders totally got served.
  • Taufiq91
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    Oh and here's an interesting trivia for you guys:

    Nicola Peltz, who played Katara in The Last Airbender is the daughter of the wealthy Peltz family who owns fast food chains like Arby's and Wendy's.

    Last year, they received accusations by restaurant staffs claiming that the staffs at various Peltz-owned franchises were being treated like slaves:

    http://nymag.com/daily/ intel/2009/04/ peltz_family_help_is_revo lting.html

    Also, Nicola Peltz is known for "abusing maids, nannies, and butlers and such behaviour has become something of a sport!"

    Basically, Nicola Peltz is meant to play Azula instead of Katara with that shitty behaviour of hers.
  • Shockwave_the_Dragon
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    It was just so damn slow and annoying. I had to do something and the scene in the series was about ten times more epic.
  • avencree
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    Its funny. I started my own review for this ass vomit of a movie two weeks after seeing it. But I never finished because of the amount of damage I did to my surroundings. But if you brave souls can do it without breaking anything (except for JewWario) maybe there is hope.

    Rewatching this footage was made easier by you guys.
  • Jackass Mask
    Awesome, you censored the hair!

    One word describes my feelings for this movie... RAAAAAAAAAGE!
  • A Dead Diehard
    Great follow-up to the DragonBall Evolution review. Especially considering Nick's rant the 'airbening' in that movie. Seems like this movie was doomed to be an insult to everyone who cared about the series just so that this review could be made. Not sure if it's worth it, but good job all the same!
  • shadowhunter483
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    IMO there is nothing wrong with a continuous action sequence. The problem comes when the scene lacks focus. For reference take the famous hospital action sequence from the 1992 hong kong action film Hard Boiled. Chao Yun-fat and Tony Leung have an entire shootout done in a single 5 minute take. It works because unlike the avatar sequences we have a focus (Chao and Tony). In Hard Boiled the pans follow the action as new enemies emerge, but the focus is either on tony or chao changing as the action does. In contrast the fight at the prison has camera pans for no reason. We go from group to group with no significance and there is a general lack of activity with nothing to focus on. This creates a slow and confusing action scene. In the second fight in The Last Airbender, we get the opposite. Too much is going on. Dozens of soldiers and two combatants, but it looks so chaotic and there is no way to tell what is going on and we get fast and confusing action scene. The last sequence worked the best because it had a focus. We follow Aang as he fights different fire nation soldiers, but unlike the previous scenes they come in ones and twos which makes the action easier to follow. The background has something going on, but its a generic fight which means it meshes well with what Aang is doing. The problem is not the continuous sequence, but the terrible action going on and the poor directing that was given.

    Great review guys I hope you do more crossovers in the future.
  • JesuOtaku
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    Yes, but that's JOHN WOO. JOHN. WOOOOO! The key is "know the rules inside and out and master them...before you can break them."

    John Woo was a master of action, gun fu, and the like. So he can break rules all he likes. Shyamalan has no cluuuue what the hell he's doing when it comes to action. XD
  • shadowhunter483
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    That is entirely true. This movie had so much potential. But its like they made every bad decision possible even the decisions where it was obvious that there was a better choice. My only hope is that there will never be a sequel. While the film made money (not sure how) my hope is that all the bad press will make the nickolodean bosses pull the plug on this or replace Shyamalan with a competent director and a different writer and replace the cast as well.
  • cgk999
    anyone in favor of Sammo Hung being casted as Iroh?
  • cgk999
    and it certainly didn't help that he didn't consult any assistance
  • SSH  - Crap crap crap crap crap!
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    I should mention something, I first found out about this movie, from Nickelodeon magazine, when it said it was going to be a live action movie, of book 1. I said"this is going to be a piece of $hiT." Then I read it was shown long dingdong, was directing it. Thank God I had phoenix downs that day, or else I wouldn't be here commenting on this. By the way I did not go see the movie, thank God reviews may come so much more easier to watch.
  • SeaSloth
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    i hated that the nations were different races. If there was a second movie how was Zuko suppose to hide in the earth kingdom?
  • cgk999  - well
    don't worry, given how the characters behave in the movie, don't think anyone would be smart enough to figure that out
  • Gliblord
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    Luke's personalities in complete agreement, I think, captures the shitstorm that is this movie perfectly.

    Also, this video didn't go through HALF of the things that were wrong with this movie.
  • Calder
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    Man, I'm glad "Legend of Korra" is coming out so that this crap isn't the last word in the "Airbender" universe.

    Mochrie's cameo was priceless XD
  • tedzey  - Luke's Cameo
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    I know! I loved how he was refered to as the Canadian DID patient (did being dissociative personality disorder)!

    And if you liked this review, check out mine! It's only 7 minutes long!
    http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=NTo9K6HrGzg
  • mrrubino
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    I just like the fact that apparently the Denton TV stinger follows him EVERYwhere he goes.
  • Vismutti
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    My thoughts EXACTLY. :DD I loved how they called him a DID patient.

    And when RINGO tells you it's shit, YOU KNOW YOU SHOULD RUN. AND RUN FAST.
  • rockybalboa211
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    As a devoted fan of the cartoon, the movie basically destroyed my childhood. I mean I remember being excited in Middle School watching the first episode of Avatar. It was amazing and the series was amazing. I cried when it ended during my sophmore year of College. Yet, This movie.. destroyed everything that I had ever hoped and dreamed for the future of Avatar. Nickelodeon promised a series of movies too rival the "Harry Potter" films and yet created something even worse than "Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince". Now my cartoon love, is made fun of constantly by people who never saw the cartoon, yet think it's the same as that stupid FRAKING mistake of a movie!! :(
    Also is Luke's review room in his mind?? And Lord Kat WTF? WAIT NC ACTUALLY GOT SPOONED BY SPOONY? That's a part of continuity??
    BY MAKOS GHOST!!! IROH IS SUPPOSED TO BE JOVILE AND HEDONISTIC!! :(
  • pap64
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    Sorry of I come off as a bit of a jerk, but why let this movie completely ruin your love and appreciation of the series? I mean, EVERY major franchise has a very questionable entry and one that basically sucks. It comes with the territory of adaptation and extending the longevity of a series. Some will come in, do it justice, others just mess around with it.

    This was, unfortunately, TLA's shoddy adaptation. I understand that this was a very poor representation of the thing you hold dear, but the animated series is still around, and I doubt that with how poorly this movie did financially and critically they will make another movie.

    So why let it ruin your memory of the series? It's bad, sure, but the original is still around and it is still fantastic.
  • rockybalboa211  - I would never consider you a jerk :D
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    Your totally right pap64. (Sorry for being so idiotic in my grammar, and in my mindset on my previous comment)

    This was ATLA presented in the worse possible way. It is my hope that, in the future, Nickelodeon will be able to salvage the cinematic series in the same fashion that Marvel salvaged the Hulk franchise after that horrible Ang Lee directed Hulk movie in 2003.

    I mean the reboot (2008 - The Incredible Hulk) was a decent film, and I would be very very happy if a decent version of ATLA could be presented in the next 5 - 10 years.

    The film did not ruin the original series for me. It's just it embarrassed the original series. The embarrassement is what makes me so angry.

    The cartoon series deserves to be presented in the best light possible. Yet, M. Night was not competant enought to even do that right. He couldn't even present the most basic characteristics of the characters correctly.

    He forsook the fan base by letting himself get chosen to direct the movie; though he completely understood that he was not capable of directing this film. I mean, this was completely different from any other film he directed in the past.

    This was his first experience in trying to do a family and action adventure film (Probably the reason of the unnecessary serious tone of the film). Plus, this was the first movie that he didn't have a large part in creating the original storyline. I just wish that M. Night had rejected the offer to direct this film or at the very least he should have seriously thought about having another writer assist him with the writing and plot.

    P.S. I really wanted to see LordKat do things with that banana :(
  • angel85
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    I knew eventually someone would have to crucify this movie, but like Dragonball Evolution it could not be handled by one mere reviewer...AND HOW THE FUCK COULD THEY NOT PRONOUNCE THEIR GODDAMN NAMES RIGHT! DID THEY NOT WATCH FIVE MINUTES OF THE CARTOON!?
  • TragicGuineaPig
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    I think Shalamanamana just looked up the show's plot on Wikipedia and went with that.
  • Skemono
    "HOW THE FUCK COULD THEY NOT PRONOUNCE THEIR GODDAMN NAMES RIGHT!"

    Shyamalan changed the pronunciation during shooting because he said he wanted the names to sound authentically Asian. Apparently no-one pointed out that insisting that the pronunciation be authentically Asian, but not the cast nor the writing, is enormously hypocritical.

    Also no-one told him that "Asian" is not a language, and there are many languages in Asia with a diverse gamut of sounds. It really sounds like he just took the way the names were written in English, and then decided to pronounce those as if they were transliterated Japanese names or something. I guess he didn't realize that the names were Chinese, and that we know what hanzi are used to write them, and that the pronunciation of those characters matches what their names were in the show!
  • SuccubusYuri
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    Huh. Who knew M. Night worked for the Ministry of Cultural Guilt.

    No wait, I get it! It's like that OTHER Avatar movie...where the white man must save the natives? Clearly the white people were needed to save this film from the awful child actors....

    Oh.
  • Crysz of the Scots
    Okay, Lemme say this ONCE and ONLY ONCE. I watched the preview of the movie on Nickelodeon (yes, I was still watching Nick at that time). Shammy said that he used the correct Asian pronunciations of the names. It is a pet peeve to fans of the show, but I guess it can be appreciated for realism.
    But then again, this IS a world where bison fly, Platypus bears exist, and synchronized interpretive dance can cause small boulders to move.
    Also, I did, after racking my brain for hours, find one potentially good moment. Not GOOD, mind you, but if done a little differently, it could've made it by far the only tolerable moment of the movie. That scene where Zuko calls over the kid and asks for the Prince's story? What if Zuko didn't interrupt him and let him finish the story on his own? Then it WOULD have answered Iroh's question by implying "How can we settle down and live normally when even a child knows my history?" Also, if they let that be the explanation of why Zuko was banished instead of Asik hamming up the place with the hammy hammer of hamminess, it probably would've worked better as well.
    However, I can give one defining example of how I know this movie is awful: it's the only one in history that I have ever hated. Sure I left the theater in denial, trying hard to find any redeeming factors, but after I had recovered from the post-traumatic shock, I realized that this movie ignited a passionate despisiation that I hadn't had for any other before. Even bad movies or boring movies I couldn't express any negative sentiments aside from boredom, or in the former's case, occasional hilarity.
  • Skemono
    "[Shyamalan] said that he used the correct Asian pronunciations of the names. It is a pet peeve to fans of the show, but I guess it can be appreciated for realism."

    *sigh* No. Sorry, but that's not true. Oh, Shyamalan would have you believe that he made the pronunciation more authentic, but he didn't. The characters' names were written in Chinese (along with everything else in the series), and we know what hanzi were used for them. So for instance, Aang is written ??, and Iroh is ??.

    (Sources:
    http://avatar.wikia.com/ wiki/Aang
    http://avatar.wikia.com/ wiki/Iroh)

    Here's how the first character of Aang's name is pronounced:
    http://en.wiktionary.org/ wiki/an1

    And the first character of Iroh's name:
    http://en.wiktionary.org/ wiki/ai4
    (Actually, a better sound clip is here, with the "Listen" button):
    http:// translate.google.com/ translate_t?hl=&ie=UTF- 8&text=??&sl=zh-CN&tl=en

    Sounds a lot closer to the show than the movie.
  • Skemono
    Curse my inability to paste Chinese characters into this comment!
  • cgk999  - just a sidenote
    for a guy who claim to be more authentic to the original source influence, to the point of willing to alienate fans of the original series, Shyamalan certainly wasn't shy on removing all chinese character's written for the opening sequence and replacing them with something that looked like if it belongs more to Starcraft 2.
    good job on Shammy's sophisticated approach
  • ThePinkKirby
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    Either way, it's never said that anywhere in the Avatar world is China, therefore they could pronounce things differently despite the similarities in culture.
    (In the show I mean, it's unpleasant to hear this movie's pronunciations after being so used to the original ones.)
  • The Maskeraider
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    I'm surprised no ones mention this: In the animated series, Firebenders are able to generate their own fire, while in the movie they (mostly) have to rely on an outside source of fire to firebend. Its pretty dumb since the source can be extinguished. Of course the water tribe is dumb too for not extinguishing those torches.

    Poor JW. What a way to go. Also, LordKat will be in my nightmares once again.
  • LikaLaruku
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    I avoid amerime & canadime like the plague, so Avatar is not something I've seen. But my heart goes out to the fans; I know what it's like to have something you love twisted & mutated into a shambling mess of garbage, & that a fan's tears burn like acid.

    When I saw the trailer for the movie a half year before it came out, I said "oh, it's probably going to be a box office hit...." Boy was I wrong! Lol XD.

    Haha, he just gave that rock a boner.

    Lol, Luke & LordKat.

    "You forgot to dye your eyebrows" is what kept going through my head every time Legolas had a close-up in LotR.

    ::shakes head:: If there's anything more annoying than slow motion fight scenes, it's slow motion fight scenes with CG effects up the wazoo.

    I thought it would have been Sean that did it. "Sorry I stuck my DVD in your case" sounds naughty, lol.
  • ThePinkKirby
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    You probably shouldn't avoid this series "like the plague", as that sounds rather offensive towards it, but if it's not one of your interests I "respect" that, for want of a better word.
  • TragicGuineaPig
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    By the way, all you A:TLA fans who were disappointed at this movie: now you know how we BTAS fans felt about the Batman & Robin movie.
  • manwiththehex
    Yeah but you had Mask of the Phantasm as well. We got nothing of the sort.
  • TragicGuineaPig
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    True. AND Under the Red Hood.

    Sorry. Now I'm just rubbing it in.
  • LikaLaruku
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    That one actually pertains to the real DC universe & not the DCAU. It was taken straight from older comics & then blended with "Red Hood: Lost Days" to make a coherent story.
  • tencowbrigade
    We have Sozen's Comet, and soon Korra. Korra is going to be awesome. Steampunk Avatar. I am pumped.

    Batman fans have every right to be pissed about Batman and Robin. It's a stain on an otherwise great franchise.

    However, Eragon fans disappointed by the movie can be socked in the face. Not liking the movie, I can understand, but the books weren't much better. It's not like there was much to ruin.
  • shadowform
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    You fools! If you had let LordKat in, you could have had a mexican car wash instead of watching that terrible movie!
  • Not Shelley Duvall  - the one good thing about this movie
    the music. ain't no denying that james newton howard writes some good music.
  • SuccubusYuri
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    You know the worst part, and WHY Aang-water-cthulu wasn't in the movie?

    Shyamalan, after being SUCH a strict adherent to the series to the point of adding at LEAST five completely worthless scenes, decided that "I didn't want Aang learning how to fight to be the moral of the story". Missing ENTIRELY the point of Book One *facepalm*

    It's like doing the Wizard of Oz and saying "you know, Dorthy wanting to go home? Fuck that. I'm going to just wander Oz for a bit and scratch my ass"

    Cut out the prison, the blue spirit, put Koh BACK where he fucking belongs! (okay maybe it's just because he's my favorite one-off character), elaborate on the air temple and maybe add "The Storm" back in. BAM. A REAL movie.
  • beerzerker  - good example shadowhunter
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    The examples I instantly thought of were the fight in The Protector and the hallway fight in Old Boy. Those were great.
  • Blue Froman  - Gotta love the Kirbopher at the end!
    This crossover was awesome! And kirbopher in this video at the end was a funny surprise too!
  • Zydrate
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    Haven't seen this movie or the cartoon. It doesn't look like the worse movie ever made, it just looks completely mediocre. Also, It's weird seeing Todd not in the shadows.
  • Xena91388  - Re: Zydrate
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    On it's own, this movie is pretty awful. It skips over plot, doesn't develop characters, and the editing is horrible. Not to mention the poor acting and mediocre effects. People who never watched the show have no idea what is going on or why stuff is happening.

    But what makes this movie truly awful was how bad it butchered the series. You have to watch the show to really understand but the animated series is more of an action/comedy (though it does have serious, heart wrenching moments) kinda of like a good Jackie Chan movie. Where as this movie is pure pacifist/emo where a puppy dies every five minutes.
  • manwiththehex
    Lordkat with a Bananna. Now where did I put that Brain Bleach?
  • Matthew G
    they didn't even comment on half the stupid shit in this movie
  • TragicGuineaPig
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    That's because they only had a limited time frame with which to film their review. If they had commented on half the stupid crap in this movie, it would have been like 26 hours long. If they had commented on ALL the stupid crap, we'd be in the fortnights range.
  • Skemono
    I dunno. Cabel Studios managed to comment on around half the stupid crap in the movie in only 90 minutes or so:
    http:// thatguywiththeglasses.com /blogs/latest/blogger/ listings/cabelstudios
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