Avatar (DVD + Blu-ray) [2017]

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Avatar (DVD + Blu-ray) [2017]

Avatar (DVD + Blu-ray) [2017]

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All in all I know fans will want to trawl through it all, but you’d be better off skipping and watching the second half, and – even then – be prepared for the fact that there’s nothing amazing here, just a few watchable extra moments. As a new release from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, it should go without saying that the discs are sloooowwwww to load in a Blu-ray player. Part of Avatar’s success is that it’s a simple, visual story and its message appeals to a wide variety of audiences - perhaps less so here in the States but certainly around the world.

The sensible – and patient – ones out there would have waited for this release, which makes the original May release totally defunct.

What I would say is this: The film looks fantastic on Blu-ray and I think most of you will be really blown away. I can’t imagine how hard the compression techs must have worked to squeeze every little bit of quality out here – and they have, by and large, succeeded wonderfully.

James Cameron masterfully weaves these elements into a compelling story that resonates on a deeper level, elevating the film beyond a mere visual spectacle. The second most significant addition to the Extended Cut is the Sturmbeest hunt, where Jake has to prove his worth (again) to the Na'vi. I've watched 'Avatar' three times now, and the new Extended Cut did nothing to change my opinion one way or the other. It’s pointless and, worse still, it is horrendously crowbarred-in immediately after the brutal climax between Jake, Neytiri and the Colonel.You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. As an avid fan of James Cameron's Avatar, I can't help but express my unwavering admiration for this cinematic marvel. Norm learns a little about piloting a helicopter during quite a nice – if incomplete – scene where they travel deeper into the forest, and also in subsequent moment which further develops a removed story arc about Norm getting together with Michelle Rodriguez’s pilot.

The characters in Avatar are not just vessels for the story; they are richly developed, making it easy for the audience to connect with them emotionally. But few will listen to me – Avatar is such an unstoppable juggernaut that its fans and followers will want any edition that comes out. The title listings are as follows: Sculpting Avatar, Creating the Banshee, Creating the Thanator, The AMP Suit, Flying Vehicles, Na’vi Costumes, Speaking Na’vi, Pandora Flora, Stunts, Performance Capture, The 3D Fusion Camera, The Simul-Cam, Editing Avatar, Scoring Avatar, Sound Design, and The Haka: The Spirit of New Zealand.I'm sure that fans of the movie will appreciate the opportunity to spend a little extra time on Pandora. Unfortunately, without the full 3D effect, however good the movie looks in 2D, it still stands out as a walking, talking cliché. Irrespective of cut (and, for what it’s worth, I’ll reiterate the fact you probably all already own the best cut) Avatar is little more than an entertaining blockbuster without its extra dimension, and, honestly, 16 minutes’ longer probably now just makes the movie an even hour too long, rather than just 45 minutes. It’s particularly interesting to see how they used colours and motifs in nature to create the alien life, and of course a great deal of time is spent looking at the Na’vi themselves.



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