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Rated PG · 103 minutes · 2010

Adventure, Fantasy
Nickelodeon had a nice hit with their animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender, so it stands to reason that they would take the franchise to the big screen. It doesn’t stand to reason that they’d turn it over to M. Night Shyamalan, who has seemingly forgotten how to make a movie since his excellent Signs. I felt embarrassed for Shyamalan watching this movie. While it’s certainly a good-looking film, everybody—and I mean everybody—sounds ridiculous. They overstate everything, and it doesn’t look like their voices match their bodies. It’s almost as if Shyamalan told his performers to act like cartoon characters, because this thing is based on a cartoon. The plot involves some nonsense about a 12-year-old kid who can harness water, fire and wind. Characters basically stand around delivering ridiculous speeches about the kid’s powers, while all he does is splash people with water and knock them down on occasion. The cartoon was interesting; this is garbage.
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Official Site: www.thelastairbendermovie.com
Director: M. Night Shyamalan
Producer: M. Night Shyamalan, Sam Mercer, Frank Marshall, Kathleen Kennedy, Scott Aversano, Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko
Cast: Noah Ringer, Dev Patel, Nicola Peltz, Jackson Rathbone, Shaun Toub, Aasif Mandvi, Seychelle Gabriel and Cliff Curtis

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Portland Mercury The White Airbender The Last Airbender: Even more proof that M. Night Shyamalan has forgotten how to make movies. by Erik Henriksen 07/01/2010
Boise Weekly The Last Airbender On Tuesday, June 29, Frank Marshall and The Last Airbender will make their way to the Egyptian Theatre for a special red carpet screening. by Tara Morgan 06/23/2010
The Coast Halifax The Last Airbender brings out the worst in everyone M. Night Shyamalan wastes two hours of your life. by Hillary Titley 07/01/2010

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