Have you watched The Last Air Bender?
November 16, 2010 11:01am CST
Recently watched the movie The Last Air Bender based on the anime Avatar. The movie felt quite snapped at various scenes, no popular scenes were there, no extreme action was there as shown in the anime counterpart. I felt that it could have been a lot better, I like the anime very much. Never expected the movie to be like this. What do you feel?
18 Nov 10
I haven't watch this one my friends told me that it was a disappointment at stick to the animated series. But may be they are right based on the trailer I've watched it looks like its one of those movies that they have used lots of cg
17 Nov 10
A friend of mine watched it and he too was gravely disappointed. It's like Dragonball Evolution all over again. I don't know why they remake anime/cartoons into something forgettable. They have all the equipments, the staff, and money to make better movies but they're wasting talent if they had any.
16 Nov 10
I always figure out that it is better off not to read the book since you would be frustrated with the expectations like you do. I just watched movies for fun and entertainment with the family. The Last Airbender was entertaining for me, I think they will be releasing the continuation or another chapter right?
17 Nov 10
Ya very much agreed, the Dragon Ball Z movie was totally a loser. I had expected so much, at least expected Goku to be more effective. The movie looked more casual, rather looking even a bit serious, and even I didn't like the graphics much. It wasn't that effective. ~cheerio~
24 Nov 10
I have seen the anime Avatar before,compare with the original animations,The Last Air Bender disappointed me.As you said,it could have been better.Perhaps the director have to cut lots of scenes or details for the wholefilm,but which scenes have been cut weren't good for the movies.Hope the next could be better!
25 Nov 10
Compare to the anime, this movie kinda frustrating. I think it would be better if the story isn't cut to much. I think, the fans wouldn't mind, if each book are cut into might be two to three movies. Also, fighting scenes must be more detailed. If every fans crave will be answered, then a part two movie won't be a problem, right? Also, the movie will also earn more.