Avatar truly marks the coming age of 3-D cinema with its pure technology, special effects, beautiful finesse, aesthete, shock, fearfulness and eye for detail. The idea of James Cameron to create a whole new world with creatures, flora and fauna flying across the screen is something that actually leaves the audiences in an awe of the bumping up creativity inside the computer.
The director’s vision inside the Pandora is a pure art that is made more beautiful with the tall and wide eyed people, lush greenery and the post-modern creatures. More than this, it’s the violence that has made Avatar a worth watch. Though, it is a simple story that is narrated in a complete straightened manner, the movie’s evergreen romance in between a human and an alien blended beautifully with the strong anti-war statement is something that has given Avatar a heart.
The story moves around the landing of the US army in Pandora, an earth-sized satellite in outer space, with an objective to extract the minerals from the Pandora’s soil. But before their objective is established, the army should fight with the peace-loving inhabitants of the Pandora, for which they must destroy the alien world with their spies and bombs.
Director and Screenwriter, James Cameron has no doubt created a burly and visually thrilling appeal to save the world, before it’s too late. Cinematography by Mauro Fiore is excellent and the special effects by Joe Letteri are truly mind blowing. Music given by James Hormer goes off smoothly with the flow of the movie. Both Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington perform their roles excellently and have shaped up the warm love story of the Na’vi woman and the blue skinned human avatar perfectly.