James Cameron, the director of Titanic, is innovative and intelligent. Cameron is a man that knows exactly what variables are necessary in creating a movie. About 12 years after the release of Titanic, Cameron creates yet another smashing, breath-taking, mind-boggling film. One that initially raised suspicion but later proved to be an extraordinary film. The name of that film is Avatar.
Avatar is a sensational piece of work. It has a clean cut message about earth preservation and anti-war mentalities. Obviously, the time and money spent to make this movie was used wisely, every aspect of this film is strategically orchestrated down to every detail. It is visually, mentally, and emotionally stimulating. The effects in this film are phenomenal, the storyline is heart-warming, and it inserts a new thought into the minds of its viewers. Not only that, Cameron takes this movie to new heights by introducing a new language and new faces.
The setting of this film is on an earth-sized moon, named Pandora, in the year 2154. Pandora is a land of creatures nothing like humans. The natives of this land are known as Na’vi, people who believe in becoming one with nature. Pandora possesses a mineral that the Earth needs in order to survive. Although, the Na’vi have posed no threat towards Earth, the U.S. Armed Forces gather some troops to go in and take what Earth needs. Cameron brilliantly displays how peaceful the Na’vi’s are by making them have blue skin and golden eyes. They live in a forest of beautiful trees and exotic animals. They worship a glowing weeping willow tree that carries the souls of those that have passed. Being that the members of the U.S. Armed Forces are the complete opposite of the Na’vi and they cannot survive on Pandora, they used Na’vi lookalikes, called avatars in order to walk among the Pandora natives. Originally the Armed Forces try to use Jake Sully, a paraplegic solider who is a genetic match to a pre-made avatar, to gain the...
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