look at some of the greatest films to have ever been made. Star wars episode 1, episode 2, and episode 3. episode 3 was filmed entirely on greenscreens, with only the final tatooine scene being filmed on location. and it's in my opinion which is very correct that it is the best movie of all time maybe even ever. The last airbender movie sure was bad because everyone said so. But the star wars prequels are awesome. just my opinion. thanks for making this websites
i feel like the plot of TLA could really have benefited more from establishing the gender identity and sexual orientation of each character right off the bat. Katara isn't just a strong female character, she also should be a pansexual and possibly trans. Its pretty trans phobic that there weren't any trans characters in the original series, i think bringing the movie to the big screen should really correct some of these injustices. I loved legend of Korra's bravery in making the protag busexual, but I think some representation of other LGBTQQIAAPP+ interests would make the series so much better. Some examples would be like toph and Azula. Also Sokka should explore his sexuality as well with the character Haru. I know it sounds like fan fiction but that's just my head cannon and I really can't wait to see it on film. Thank you
I don't know how you experienced it but when I wached the movie I wanted to feel like it was the first time I was catapulted in this fantastic world. I wanted to feel what I felt when I watched the first episodes of ATLA. And what is more important in a new world than a good introduction for the main characters you are going to follow through there adventures? In the movie, to often I heard a little voice in my head saying "Wait, did he introduced himself yet?", "Are they friends now? because I dont feel like they bounded", "who is that gyu? The firelord? seriously?" (yes, because lets face it, I didn't anderstand I had the firelord in front of me, why would he show his face yet? where is the mistery that is suppose to suround him? and why no one introduced him as the fierced firelord?). Maybe we should worry more about our favorite trio, and for that, we need scenes to identify with them, we need to see them bounding like friends, playing together, sharing moments, laughs and sorrows. This kind of moments are very rare in the movie and often empty of sensibility. What do you think about that? ps: my english isn't perfect, I apologise for that, I'm french and I do my best, Peace!