The movie Avatar was very good because it kept you interested from the beginning to the end.
“With your permission, I will speak now. You would honor me by translating. The Sky People have sent us a message… That they can take whatever they want. That no one can stop them. Well we will send them a message. You ride out as fast as the wind can carry you… You tell the other clans to come. Tell them Toruk Makto calls to them! You fly now, with me! My brothers! Sisters! And we will show the Sky People… That they can not take whatever they want! And that this… this is our land!” shouted the main character, Jake Sully while trying to motivate the Na’vi to fight back against the Sky People, also known as humans. In Avatar, humans are trying to visit another planet called Pandora and take its natural resources. Jake Sully is a marine who decides to take the place of his dead brother on the mission to Pandora. In the future created in this film, humans can give other humans avatar bodies like the one the Na’vi’s have on Pandora. Jake Sully is given his own Avatar body and goes to Pandora to drive off the Na’vi so humans can drill for the resources. While he is there, he learns the customs of the Na’vi people. Over time, he becomes good friends with them and falls in love with Neytiri, a young Na’vi woman. He decides that he is one of the Na’vi and helps them fight back against the humans and prevent them from taking away their homes.
Before I saw the movie I wasn’t sure if I was going to like it. I had heard that it was really long. Some people absolutely loved it or hated it. Animations and long battle scenes are not usually part of my kind of movie, but I was surprised. Instead of feeling like the movie was dragging on forever , I was glad it was longer so I could find out what would happen and still watch the beauty of Pandora in 3D.