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Netflix members rated The Last Airbender 3.3/5.0 by Hasdi Netflix members rated The Last Airbender 3.3/5.0 by Hasdi
Hey guys, this is a screenshot of the Netflix entry for The Last Airbender as of 6/22/2012, which can only be viewed by Netflix members. I took out my account information, and adapted the image to fit 900 pixels wide, and highlighted the ratings in GREEN. Otherwise, everything else is unchanged.

The average of 2,801,350 member ratings is 3.3/5.0 stars. The number of member ratings appear to be growing at thousands per day.

Because of the sheer sample size for the number of members, the 3.3 rating is statistically significant, more so than limited sample size for rotten tomatoes and the Razzies. Netflix members are mostly people who actually bothered to watch the movie. Haters and bigots generally do not AND are not the audience that the studios look and target for. So for the film fans out there, don't let anyone give you crap that this movie is "universally hated".

Note that there are 5,232 members reviews which are mostly 1-star and negative, which had hardly effect on the average member ratings. The cold hard truth is that, haters are a vocal minority. As I mentioned elsewhere, bashing the movie and calling it racist will not hurt the movie or its prospect for the sequels, but hurt the image of the fans of Avatar: The Last Airbender show, AND may even hurt aspiring Asian actors.

The cast and crew of the movie are doing just fine: Cowboys & Aliens, Aim High series, The Hunger Games, Snow White and the Huntsman, Bourne Legacy, After Earth, etc., etc.. If Paramount did cancel the sequels, the one that will get the shaft is the Airbender franchise itself, not these wonderful people. The Asians will get burned too for that matter, since the sequels are supposed to feature them in the Earth Kingdom, with Toph and Suki as Asian cast members in the lead roles.

BTW, there is currently 1,850,297 likes on its official facebook page [link] . Also, feel free to retweet this [link] and the response [link] from Shaun Toub. Adios!

Netflix star system
(★★★★★) "Loved It"
(★★★★☆) "Really Liked It"
(★★★☆☆) "Liked It"
(★★☆☆☆) "Didn't Like It"
(★☆☆☆☆) "Hated It"

UPDATE: 2,901,084 member ratings as of 2012/07/16
UPDATE: 3,001,893 member ratings as of 2012/08/13
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ipwnlocks Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
if he makes a sequel ill watch it only to see how BADLY he butchers book two
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xxhopelessromantic Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Hobbyist
I think a sequal is a wonderful opportunity for M. Night to redeem his honor. But he damn well better stick to the show this time.
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Stick to the show? That's what happened to Serenity, the movie version of the Firefly TV series. You have the same director Joss Whedon, the same great cast, and the same great writing, just with a bigger budget. But Serenity didn't do well commercially. If you don't appeal to the audience outside the fanbase as well, you'll only end up with preaching to the choir. Joss Whedon redeemed himself with The Avengers, and that movie is not as "faithful" to the comic books as The Last Airbender is to the show, but still fun and commercially solid.
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xxhopelessromantic Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2012  Hobbyist
You bring up a valid point. I guess when you're part of the fandom you get a little selfish in your perception of what the "perfect" movie adaptation would be. I forgot that I was actually one of the many people who had never seen the show when I had went to see the movie. Now I look back at it and my opinion of The Last Airbender has certainly changed from before I had watched the series. It's all about perception, I guess.
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luvLegendofKorra Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I watched the movie for the first time last week, and I personally did not like it. I couldn't watch the entire thing. Seychelle was probably my favorite actor in the movie, because even though she had awful lines, she still put that emotion into them that Yue had in the series.

I think if you hadn't watched the actual series before viewing the movie, you wouldn't hate it. You wouldn't have known Ong as Aang, or Soahka as Sokka. Though the acting, especially on Soahka's part, was not spectacular.
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
To compare the show with the movie is like comparing "Gnomeo & Juliet" with "Romeo + Juliet". You don't like the tones and style chosen for the movie and that's fine. It worked for others though; the basic story is now appreciated by those who don't like to watch a "silly kids show". BTW, if you must nitpick, its "Ahng" (open back unrounded vowel) not "Ong" (open back rounded vowel). Movie-Sokka can be phonetically spelled as "Sohka" or "Sōka".
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RooseveltRedfear Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
This is why I use Netflix.
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AdrenalineRush1996 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012
The film could easily become a cult classic.
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
It already has its own fanbase. Its going to hit 3,000,000 member ratings in about four days. Check out the latest post on the official facebook. [link] :D
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AdrenalineRush1996 Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
Thanks.
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Country-Appaloosa Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I hated it cause they changed a whole bunch of things, got things wrong, can't pronounce their own names correctly, got the race for a whole bunch of cast members incorrect, Aang looks like a baby, the Water Tribe people are played by white people, Sokka doesn't make a SINGLE JOKE, Zuko's scar isn't right, they all look like they're breakdancing when they bend, the fire benders have to pull fire from a source... The list goes on. Nobody I know like the movie- and M. Night is a terrible director, I have never watched any of his movies and liked it.
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I can see why the movie does not work for you; you are too fixated with the differences that you forgot to watch the movie and see the similarities. :facepalm: Is it really that hard to believe that there are people out there who don't hate (or like) the same things as you and your friends do? On Netflix, you better have watched it to rate it. Otherwise, Netflix suggestions will skew away from movies you really like, to the movies that you really don't like. I just checked its Flixster [link]
  • 6% of critics liked it (175 reviews)
  • 42% of users liked it (284,156 ratings)
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Country-Appaloosa Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I did watch it, the whole thing even though I was watching it on TV. Even watching it separate from the show I hated it. Not comparing the series to the actual it might manage one star- comparing gets ZERO. M. Night did a terrible job!
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Even if did a terrible job for you, it does not make him a terrible person. I suggest you just stick with the show, its the graphic novels, and its sequel Korra. Live and let live.
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Country-Appaloosa Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ah, I did not say he was a terrible person, just a terrible director.
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm glad you know the difference, but if you noticed, some Avatards treat a "terrible director" the same way they would with a "terrible person". Not cool. ^^;
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Country-Appaloosa Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well lemme give you an example. I hate Justin Bieber's music, but I don't hate him as a person. In fact, he seems like a nice person. I don't like to connect people's work with their personality. They are unrelated.
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Country-Appaloosa Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And just because they have it that way on Netflix doesn't mean anything. On Flixster, the rating was 1/2 star last time I looked- you have to rate to review.
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Icey5670 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I honestly think there are more people who hate the movie than like it. So this idea of a sequel will be shot down by the fans of The Last Airbender. It wasn't because of the race of the cast members (I actually liked how Shyamalan depicted each bending class to a race, made it more authentic and realistic), but how the story of the water book was portrayed. The depth of that book in the tv series was not represented in the movie, hence people were upset. The movie didn't do justice to the series, period.

IMO If Hollywood really wants to do a sequel then they need to break the book into parts (like what they did to the Deathly Hollows for HP) and not condense the whole book into a 2hr movie. That would anger more fans than they already are. Honestly the ratings above is an average of 2mill+ That rating is close to the middle meaning that there are relatively the same amount of people loving and hating the movie. With that rating most producers and directors would not chance for a sequel unless they get better funding, but I really don't see that coming so I don't think a sequel is a good idea for them. It'd be interesting to see if they do come out with a sequel and I'd probs give it a chance, but my expectations would be tainted with their first movie.

Oh and the reviews section are the few of those who rated that bothered to give a comment. That does not mean they were the only ones who did not dislike/hate the movie. It just means they were the ones who bothered to review it.
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Using the Netflix rating system I posted above, the rating would be 2.5 to 2.75 for "relatively the same amount of people loving and hating the movie." Even then, this isn't a democracy. If 900 million people hated the movie but 100 million people liked it, it is still a sizable market. In the end, studios only make movies with an appropriate budget if there are enough people willing to pay for it. The haters are a lost audience, so there is no sense to cater to them.

While it is mathematically impossible to fit everything in the first book under 2 hours, older materials like Batman, Spider-Man, Iron-Man have more material than A:TLA many times over, and their movies turned out faithfully well... for the most part. I don't think A:TLA fandom is large enough to dictate Hollywood how many movies should be made, let alone their choice of a director. Hollywood is in for the money, not for the fans, sadly.

1-star reviews are written by haters by definition. You can tell that most of the 1-star reviews that are spamming the board are A:TLA fans, with comments on "mispronunciation" and stuff.
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Icey5670 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
With older materials like Batman, Spider-Man, Iron-Man they took the essence of their stories to create a movie. The plot line of the movie was sound and corresponds with the essence of the stories of these characters. What most "haters" of the A:TLA movie is asking for is the essence of the series, which wasn't present in the first movie. The lore and the emotion did not translate all the way through in the movie. I say everyone was disappointed in Shyamalan for not bringing it out well. All I'm saying is why people did not like the first movie and that the sequel will have a hard time coming to being. As of now nothing has been concrete or said about a sequel, so the probability of the sequel being made under Shyamalan or the same studio is small. I'm sure a sequel come out, but I'm sure most won't expect much from it unless the writers can bring the essence of Toph, Suki, and Azula's group into the story as well as keeping Aang, Katara, and Sokka's development in check then yes people would like the movie more. But honestly the people who I've met that watched it without knowledge of the series liked the movie, but were confused as to what happened most of the time.

Shyamalan or whoever is going to direct the sequel needs to think hard in how they are going to portray the next two books of the series because these two are the deepest books of the series and it will be hard to show the development of such a large cast without overlooking others. All I'm saying is that I'm skeptical that a sequel will be coming out so soon, unless the producers/directors are willing to lose more face with bad writing of the next movies.
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cyslol Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2012  Hobbyist
I'm sorry, but you don't have to love everything people make about Avatar just because we're fans of the series. This movie was really innacurate and the efects weren't even decent. And don't come with this bullshit that we shouldn't say the movie is racist because IT IS. I don't have any problem with the actors themselves because I know they are just doing their work and earning their money. But I won't forgive mr. Shyamalan for making the main cast white while the villains and unimportant characters remained asian. Bryke should have made this movie, not him. So I won't rate his shitty movie 5 stars.
Also, hating this movie won't hurt the image of the fans of ATLA and won't hurt aspiring Asian actors. Both were already hurt for this shitty movie.
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Lovely-Chains-2341 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Student Writer
I agree with you, and it isn't wrong to have an opinion about something like this.
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I am not asking you like the movie. I am asking you not to ridicule and harass others into hating this movie just because "everybody else" does. If the movie sucks to you, then I promise you that the sequel will suck twice as hard and be wronger than the first one. Skip it, watch Korra, and read Gene Yang's graphic novels. I don't care if you or anyone else will never watch anything from M. Night Shyamalan ever again.

As for the racism, step back, and look at the BIG PICTURE. The sad reality is that most whites don't see themselves as the intended audience without white cast members, [link] and 79.5% of the American population are whites (Asians are 4.6%). We can't even get an all-Asian epic movie like Red Cliff directed by John Woo that is already IN THE CAN and a proven hit in Asia to make money in the US, even after the 280-minute two-parter is cut down to 150-minute movie, so why in Avatar's name should Hollywood studios finance another one, especially with a $150M budget? Because all the characters in A:TLA are "Asian"? Fine. The studios will just shelve Asian materials like Akira and adapt materials that already has white characters, like The Hunger Games and Snow White. How are we going to get Asians cast members now? To call the movie racist is counter-productive. It will offend and turn away people who appreciate the diversity you apparently overlooked in the movie, and they may even shun Asian actors for being so self-entitled.

Speaking of Snow White and the Huntsman, it is produced by Sam Mercer who produced The Last Airbender (TLA) with M.Night and Frank Marshall. In the BD/DVD, Sam Mercer said he watched the whole A:TLA series, and apparently its Hayao Miyazaki influence like Princess Mononoke, which he liked so much that he included the reindeer scene in Snow White as homage to the Forest Spirit. [link] In A:TLA, Hei Bai and Koizilla are homages to the Forest Spirit. Other TLA crew members include Ben Cooke (Stunt/Fight Choreographer), James Newton Howard (composer), and Conrad Buff IV (editing). Snow White is getting a sequel. Why do a planned trilogy adapted from an Asian-based mythology when a German fairy tale will do just fine?
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cyslol Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2012  Hobbyist
I'm not hating this movie because everyone else does, I'm hating it because it sucks.
So, whenever someone asks me or whenever I have a chance to say what I think about the movie, I will tell the same thing I told you.
" The sad reality is that most whites don't see themselves as the intended audience without white cast members"
Weird, because white people love Avatar. Guess what? I'm white and I see myself as the intended audience of the cartoon. Now, if other white people can't handle an all-asian movie but are perfectly ok with thousands of white-only movies then it's not my problem.
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"It will offend and turn away people who appreciate the diversity you apparently overlooked in the movie, and they may even shun Asian actors for being so self-entitled. "
If they made a black snow white everyone would boycott the movie because snow white is white and the directors would change it immediately and no one would call whites "self-entitled". Also, diversity? Are you really talking about diversity in hollywood movies? Damn it, look at your life. Look at your choices!
And if they shun Asian actors, it's just one more proof that they are racists.
And why are you talking about other movies? I couldn't care less about them. I'm talking about ATLA now.

tl;dr: This movie deserves all the hate it gets for being racist and crappy. And the sequel will probably suck too.
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Well good for you that you think the movie sucks. :salute: But you are in the minority. That's the point of the screenshot up there.

If you are a white who love an all-Asian movie, that's fine and dandy too. Just don't whine or throw a hissy fit if Hollywood studios does not bankroll one. Paramount is a for-profit corporation, not an affirmative action program. If millions of whites are as racially tolerant as yourself, then maybe they'll outsource the movie to an Asian studio with all-Asian talent pool. For the most part, Asians can do the job cheaper and better than Americans. If Apple can outsource iPods and iPhones for pennies on the dollar, so can Hollywood studios. :mwahaha: If a Chinese is cast as Iroh, don't be surprised if he call himself EYE-LOH.

But don't kid yourself. Just because there are millions of A:TLA fans who appreciate all-"Asian" characters does not mean there are billions of film-goers who will watch an all-Asian adaptation of A:TLA. Some white people have no problem with white actors like Janet Varney play "Asian" characters like Korra, they just don't want Janet to dress up as Korra in a live-action movie and see their own hypocrisy staring back at them. :movingon:

If you think you are better than that, you can start from this [link]
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cyslol Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2012  Hobbyist
" If a Chinese is cast as Iroh, don't be surprised if he call himself EYE-LOH."
WOW, I stopped reading right when you said that, you racist mf.
I won't even reply to that. Fuck you.
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
OMG!!! You need to get out more. :rofl:There is no English "R" in standard Chinese phonology [link] Native Chinese speakers have to learn to pronounce "R" properly unless they are American-borne or something. Mako Iwamatsu had no problem because he was Japanese. Heck, in Avatar, Iroh is written as "艾洛" (i lu).

As a "racist", I am fine with a black girl as Snow White, thank you. We already a black girl playing Cinderella, with her fairy Godmother played by the late Whitney Houston (may she rest in peace) back in 1997, produced by Disney! [link] The television film was the #1 show of the week, with over 60 million viewers. If you think "everyone would boycott the movie", you got issues. We even have a Japanese Spider-Man! [link] :dance:
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cyslol Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2012  Hobbyist
1- So your're telling me that "Ai luo" is right. So why did you say a chinese man would pronounce it that way as it were wrong?
2- What makes you think that Chinese people are uncappable of learning how to pronounce the "r" in order to pronounce the name "right" (according to the english pronounciation)?
3- The fact that you're fine with a black girl doesn't make you a special totally-not-racist snowflake. So sad my favorite black sj bloggers aren't here to give you a cookie.
4- All this doesn't change the fact that ATLA the movie was made by racist people.
5- Why the hell are you giving me these links? Making an Asian version of a white people movie or making a white version of an Asian cartoon is very different from making a hollywood version of a cartoon based in Asian culture and giving the important/nice roles to white people while the actual Asians get the villains/unimportant characters.

Are you really that stupid or are you just trolling?
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
1- Iroh is a made-up name. It's not even Japanese. :no: Dr. Siu-Leung Lee used the closest sounding Chinese characters to write the name (i.e., the opposite of "Romanization") so it ends up as "i lu". Toph is also made-up, ends up written as 拓芙 (T f). If you ask a native Chinese speaker like my buddy to say "EYE-ROH", it will sound like "EYE-LOH".
2- It took years for my buddy to pronounce English "R" well, when first came as a foreign student. Either that, or I've gotten used to his Chinese "R". His kids were born and raised here so they had no problems.
3- Tell your "favorite black sj bloggers" to bring it. :threaten:
4- M.Night let actors of any race to audition for any character. You want each character to be cast with an actor of a specific race. Who is the racist here? :facepalm:
5- I gave out links so you know I am NOT putting out facts and figures out of my ASS. Also, colour-blind casting is a two-way street. Here is another [link] .

What are you complaining about? You're the one who is commenting on my deviation, and now you are upset because someone has the audacity to respond to your cheapshot? Please... :bored:
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cyslol Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2012  Hobbyist
p.s: Iroh is actually Japanese. The Fire Nation represents Japan.
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Jitteen Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2012
I thought the move sucked actually, but I am a huge fan of the tv series
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NayrusLove16 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2012
Honestly, I refuse to believe that haters are a MINORITY. That is...well, not possible. I think that haters are the majority. The people that actually liked the film, they are the minority.
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
The legion of haters is a sizeable large population, but is still a small portion of the film audience. Anyone can sign up on Netflix so the sampling is sufficiently random, not biased towards any particular studio offerings or supporters of M. Night Shyamalan.

What would the hate really accomplish? It would just hurt the image of the fandom and alienate those who loved the movie, when we could have invite them to watch the original series and expand the fandom. Is that the values imparted by kids shows these days?
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Sakky007 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2012
Came to check DeviantArt after a long while just recently, and see those great news ! It makes me so happy to hear that the haters are indeed a vocal minotiry. That's why I never bothered to take them seriously, because the Internet is ( LUCKILY) still not the whole world, not to mention the whole REAL world. I'm still open for a sequel and hope we will get some news on it by next years. I will not give up on a sequel until we have officially heard that it's cancelled or being continued.
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Hide Freedom-Falling's comment and EDIT YOUR DEVIATION to chop out that stupid comment at the bottom of the picture, so that no more trolls can use it as an excuse to mock your deviation.
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Hasdi Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
No worries, dude. That "most helpful" review at the bottom of the picture pretty much sums up what is wrong with the hatedom. :no: The 322 Netflixers who voted for that review are obviously haters. Its 343 today and we can add Freedom Falling's comment to the tally. In the end, the haters are a vocal minority that hardly affects the overall rating (still 3.3/5.0 for 2,805,124 members for today). Heck, if I wasn't trying to conserve the vertical space, I would put ALL the 1-star reviews up there, just to show how pathetic the hate has become. :hmm:

Also, The Ember Island Players episode was made after M.Night was attached to the movie but before the auditions even started. The episode is really a commentary of film adaptations of other "hit" materials in the past, so its really ironic and awkward that the haters are using that episode to make a cheapshot. I find the reference to the Street Fighter movie and the Daredevil movie quite amusing. :mwahaha: I should add the trivias in Avatar Wiki... someday.
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Freedom-Falling Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
the best thing about this is the comment I see near the bottom
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AnnieSmith Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
i rated it 5 stars. not all fans of the series dislike the movie

M. Night Shyamalan is allegedly working on the second movie he has draft of the script and it won;t be finished until next year.
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LowBrassDude Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2012
I watched M's commentary and he kept talking like there was going to be three movies, and considering he wrote in the story will take place over three years, I have a feeling there will be a sequel after "After Earth" is completed. and hopefully a director's cut.
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AnnieSmith Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
i went to ask.com and one of the results said that was the first time he's ever liked the first draft of a script so i am hoping there is another movie.

the only thing that i thought was odd about the movie was the fact that katara s[plashed sokka three times in the the movie to the best of my memory it only happened once at the start of the first episode of the show
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LowBrassDude Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2012
Yeah, I can agree. But in the grand scheme of things, once again, it's small potatoes.
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AnnieSmith Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
that's a good point. I hope the second movie is good. I am also still waiting for Ron Howard toe make the first Dark Tower Movie. Bt he put it on hold for a while to make a Spy Vs. Spy Movie.

I loved the Dark Tower Books and I believe the way they plan on making them is a good idea instead of making seven movies they;re making three but there's also going to be a series that bridges the gap between the movies.

But i digress, I always try to form my own opinions like when i buy dvds i notice everyone who posts reviews on amazon usually whines about what is not on the dvd, Or how the episodes have been altered in my case i can't tell the difference in the edited episodes of Alvin and The Chipmunks so it doesn't bother me. I always make an effort to post positive reviews.
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kenpo4ever Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2012
OMFG this made my day and hope for a sequel.
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ArrogantVengeance Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
:thumbsup: Awesome...just plain awesome. I checked the movie's page on netflix at my friend's house but I overlooked all the stats. I shouldn't have done that...
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