The story follows the adventures of Aang, a young successor to a long line of Avatars, who must put his childhood ways aside and stop the Fire Nation from enslaving the Water, Earth and Air nations.
Ok, it's been a long time since I saw a great movie like this. And when I say great, I mean full of special effects and martial arts and magical powers, all combined together.
The story is about a boy who's frozen in the middle of a lake. When two siblings find him and unfrozen him, he believes that nothing changed, despite the fact that it's been many years since he fell in the lake. The thing is that he is the only one who has the power to control all the elements, something unique which happens only in one person in the entire world. Along with the two siblings, he has to find a way to bring back peace to all the civilizations and meanwhile train to the element control, because the Fire Nation rules with cruel measures.
I enjoyed the movie a lot. I really liked it and it was fun to watch. I loved the special effects and the choroghaphies. The music wasn't a big of a deal, but it suits it fine and for telling the truth, I didn't pay much attention on it. The actors were great too. Interesting choice, I have to admit, I didn't know none of them, except three maybe four of them. The plot was great too. It's been a long time since I've seen element control which was so different than other movies and books. What I liked in the script was that they made it promising for a sequel, without knowing if it's going to be a hit or a flop.
Bottom on, if you are that type of movie fan as much as I am, you have to try this one and you are not going to be disappointed.
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