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original title: Avatar
duration: 2h 42min
tags: Enter the World
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The performances by the actors are fine and all invoke the emotions of there characters eg Giovanni Ribisi plays the Corporate bad guy perfectly. However it is James Cameron's ability to make you fall in love with a world that does not exist which makes this film work. People remark that it is a work of art which you will have to decide for yourself. In all this is a must see movie and I believe will collect a lot of Oscars. I have never gone to a cinema with expectations like this. They were enormous, James Cameron, the great creator of films that have leaved great tracks in the world of films. Could he do it again? Could he outshine all he'd ever done before?
And there I sat, in my chair. Completely entranced by the world of Na'Vi. I lost myself in amazement, I were in there world, felt what they felt, saw what they saw. I have never felt that overwhelming feeling before.
Cameron has created a world on the movie screen that I never has seen before. It is so beautiful, so sharp and so convincing that i just sat there, blown away by the moment. Thats what i call movie magic, and thats what Cameron has created.
I will never forget this film. It is my greatest experience i have ever had in a cinema auditorium. One word: Wonderful. Tone-deaf but thunderously exciting. Another theory is that, as stated in the film, the Avatars, and the devices used to interface with them, cost millions of dollars each. In practical military application, it is likely that there will be a need to replace devices used in the field. Hence, radios are a far more cost-effective solution. One of the attendants tells the passengers that they have been in cryo for nearly six years, and yet neither Jake nor any of the visible passengers have any sort of overly bushy hair. Despite this, three months spent among the Na'vi people gives Jake slightly scruffy hair and a considerable beard. This difference in growth could be due to the cryogenic hibernation affecting normal hair production. Another possible explanation is that hibernation puts the individual into a state of suspended animation, stopping or dramatically slowing the body's processes including hair growth, which is common with films that have cryogenic sleep, i.e. Cameron's other film that included the concept, Aliens. His troops almost entirely wiped out, Quaritch dons a cybernetically-controlled mech suit (AMP) and pursues Jake's avatar, while Jake's human body lies asleep in the avatar link cylinder nearby. After a brief battle with Neytiri, who rides a giant thanator, Quaritch breaks open the cylinder, exposing Jake's body to Pandora's atmosphere. Just as Quaritch is about to kill Jake's avatar, Neytiri shoots two arrows through Quaritch's chest, killing him. She then makes her way into the chamber where Jake has crawled out of his cylinder in an attempt to reach his rebreather mask. Neytiri enters the pod and puts the rebreather on Jake's face, saving both the human Jake and his avatar. Some time later, after the humans have been sent back to their dying planet and Jake has made his final log entry, he attends his "birthday" party amongst the Na'vi, where he is given the greatest gift of all: Eywa transfers him from his crippled human body into his avatar, allowing him to live out the rest of his life as a Na'vi. "I See You (Theme from Avatar)" (also shortened as "I See You") is a pop ballad performed by British singer Leona Lewis. It was written and produced by composer James Horner, Simon Franglen and Kuk Harrell for the soundtrack album to the high-grossing film by James Cameron, Avatar. Horner and Franglen composed the music, and Horner, Franglen, and Harrell wrote the lyrics. The tracks featured in the trailer are "Fire-bombing London", "Crowd breaks out" and "Helicopter Mayhem" from the 28 Weeks Later: Original Motion Picture Score by John Murphy. For the second trailer (released October 30th 2009) the music is