I have seen this movie in 3D and also in 2D 3 times, when I got my Blu-Ray disk I was gob smacked! The sheer clearness of the movie is amazing. This is one movie that you have to get on Blu-Ray!
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1.85% of people buy Avatar and District 9 ~ Blu-ray.
Seen it at the cinema? Haven't seen it at the cinema? Regardless of which question you answer this is indeed a quality movie and really does look spectacular in hi-def. Immerse yourself in Pandora and enjoy the story which is Avatar.
Although I found this movie stunning in 3D in the cinema, I found watching the blu-ray was much clearer, and less of a strain for the eyes. I personally prefer watching it in 2D.
The lack of special features can be considered a bonus, it left the entire disk free for the best possible quality of image.
If you are patient, there is a special edition coming out at the end of the year which will contain additional footage, and documentaries etc, but if you can't wait, you certainly won't be disappointed with this minimalistic release.
This movie is Crystal clear with ‘amazing’ special affects. It's absolutely BRILLIANT!!!
This was a very entertaining movie with beautiful graphics and good storyline. In blu ray it made the movie look almost as real as being there.
“Dances with Woads/The DragonRiders of Perndora” aka Avatar
Easily the most original screenplay since Police Academy 6. If Cameron has heard of the concepts of originality or character development he has clearly decided he wants nothing to do with either. One, and only one, spoiler to illustrate – the precious commodity the greedy Earthers want to steal from the innocent noble savages is called unobtainium?! Why not be upfront and just call it takeyourcashium? The 3D effects were the best I've ever seen by a long way. I will be generous and as complimentary as possible and say that the movie was banal, cliched to the extreme and trite. Those were its strong points. A race of goodhearted primitives (looking suspiciously lemur-like at times) need saving from evil corporates by a white male ‘intruder’ – if you're going to use a plot SO hackneyed, try to spice it up a bit, please!
I watch A LOT of Hindi films and 160–170 minutes is not out of the ordinary for them. Very few have ever felt as long as did Avatar, possibly because after 20 minutes I'd already written the script, successfully predicting pretty much everything that was going to happen and when. There were several moments that literally made me laugh out loud they were so bad, and the song over the end credits nicely summed up the entire movie – sounding EXACTLY like the truly ghastly Celine dion nightmare ‘My Heart Will go on’ from Cameron's last trip to the bank. Which of course brings up the delicious irony of a movie with a crudely unsubtle ‘greedy capitalism bad, fuzzy gaianess good’ message being the most expensive ever made and raking in the bucks like there was no tomorrow. I will end by stating that, despite the above I did not really dislike this movie, its awfulness was so epic as to be entertaining, and the 3D visuals were stunning.
In the epic action adventure fantasy Avatar, James Cameron, the director of Titanic, takes us to a spectacular new world beyond our imagination!
On the distant moon Pandora, a reluctant hero embarks on a journey of redemption, discovery and unexpected love as he leads a heroic battle to save a civilization.
- Region B
- Standard Edition
- 1.78 : 1
- DTS Digital Surround 5.1
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