Synopsis: Ex-marine Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) is shipped-off to the fantastic world of Pandora in place of his deceased brother who died from a robbery incident. Jake falls in love with the magnificent place and meets Neytiri (Zoe Saldana), the Na’vi’s warrior goddess, who teaches him the ways of their tribe. As Jake lives his life as a Na’vi, the humans attack the tribe to claim the power they seek after where Jake decides to change sides and save his new home.
Description: To fulfill a unique mission, a paraplegic marine is dispatched to the alien world of Pandora who later ultimately defies his orders to defend his new found home from the hands of his own race.
Review: James Cameron’s Avatar is indeed a masterpiece of the decade. So long has been such a magnificently composed film of its kind is shown on the big screen of which the audience never tires watching. Avatar is a compelling thought; a genuine tour de force of technology weaved with the lush imagination of Cameron. Known for his impeccable investment to his work, the 1997 Titanic director comes back with a colossal success after taking such a huge risk with the 2009 entry.
When comes to story, Avatar suffers a gawky narrative and gauchely love story. But these minor elements are swept aside by the spectacle that the animated movie brings to the screenplay. Such cinematography enshrouds the film’s average script and awes the viewers with its digital 3-D configuration and motion picture feat. It’s fully intriguing, grandiosely elaborate, ineradicably unperturbed and breathtakingly exhilarating.
An incredible feature of its own, Pandora is a character that stands out through the curious minds of the viewers. With its incandescent flora, intercrossed animals, and hovering land masses Pandora is a breathing life of which is able to connect with the characters. It creates this marvelous chimerical panorama that viewers would wish to have access to and marvel at the Paradise-like creation.
Avatar is a festive fête of directing expertise and the unearthed endless theatrical potentials of cinema. James Cameron definitely delivered and made another mark in history as he faced the challenge of producing a toothsome flick while resourcefully taking technological film craft to new heights. Avatar is beyond doubt a stunning work of art that watching it once already gives the movie justice.