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Avatar: The Last Airbender (2024)
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Avatar: The Last Airbender (2024)

Avatar: The Last Airbender is the reimagined live-action take on acclaimed animated series. The story is set in a world divided into four nations, each populated by different kinds of elemental "benders": Earthbenders, Waterbenders, Firebenders and Airbenders, and focuses on a young Airbender named Aang, who becomes the Avatar, a one in a generation bender who can master all four elements.

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Previous Episode

Name:
Aang (+7 more)
Date:
Thu Feb 22, 2024
Season:
1
Episode:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (of 8 ordered)

Show Info

Streams on:
Netflix, US at 3:00 am
Runtime:
55 min.
Status:
Returning Series
Created by:
Rating:
3.88/5 (51 ratings)
More Info:
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Stats

Premiered:
2024
Episodes:
8
Watchlists:
5,882

Episodes Guide and Summaries

Cast

as Katara
as Sokka
as Zuko
as Fire Lord Ozai
as Commander Zhao

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TheFizza said:
No lie, I like wept throughout watching it


yes many scenes were really wonderfully emotional, and those always get -as deserved- some tears!
... smiles and offers a warm heartfelt hug :)
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No lie, I like wept throughout watching it howwwwever it was lowkey sexist and pulled most of the nuance out in about every situation... despite have a longer runtime the the original animated series. So-yeah... IDK about anyone else, I just know I'll never watch any of this version again. Sure, it's not offensive the way the movie adaptation was but when you have gold why grab at some copper!

Annnnd, for what it's worth, I legit rewatch some AtLA on the regularly, that'll just never be the case for this.

That being as it is, I'll likely watch the next season... but NETFLIX really needs to up their game on this live-action if they want folks coming back for all three seasons.
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They have done a great job with the live action version of the Avatar, the Last Airbender. Never expected to see anyone pull that off.
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Bananijoe said:
When i read the title i expected, many BIG blue aliens... :P

... never had heard of these Avatars before , but i'll take a look at Anime - Avatar: The Legend of Korra, maybe interesting


I've watched through the Avatar series (original + Korra) twice. Korra honestly isn't anything special. The original Avatar series however is a masterpiece. Great character development, writing, animation etc. I was pleasantly surprised by the Netflix series because I was expecting a M. Night Shyamalan debacle again (terrible live action remake movie). And lets be real, Netflix live action remakes are rarely good. Still doesn't hold a candle to the character development in the original animation. Can't recommend the original enough. Great for all ages. It aired on Nikelodeon over a decade ago, so kids can watch it. There is a whole subgenre of videos on youtube dedicated to character analysis.

https://youtu.be/SezGJNNZmtI?si=eipXXOxAZ1SauBuq
https://youtu.be/IzINu0wezWU?si=YTULo3mzPjN9P4Qs
https://youtu.be/WsnfM0woK_E?si=Q90E2t273iDiTKxz
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lighton said:
... wonder how your experiences were/are ^^

Yeah... After only watching 1x1, I got mixed feelings about this one. I expected something awesome, and only got a good show will a huge child/ young-adult cast. (There also were adults. :cool:) Hmm!

I wonder if I - since not being familiar with the source material - just had the wrong expectation or if Netflix is to blame (once again).
Having watched the first 6 episodes now, my early opinion sadly was confirmed. Only a 7/10 from me.

Good news for everyone really loving the show:

Netflix Has Renewed Avatar: The Last Airbender Through a Third and Final Season
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv-news/avatar-the-last-airbender-renewed-netflix-two-seasons-1235843979/
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oops :) fixed it - my mistake, thanx for the info!

some_one said:


Maybe the next season will be better and comes with more consistent good quality?
Maybe budget-shuffeling might help? Less rush with a couple of more episodes and better script with a fantastic world but with maybe a little less budget for special effects and action...?


I've read reviews saying that it seems like the cast took some time to get into the roles and dynamics. If the episodes weren't entirely filmed out of order, that might line up with our observations. Also speaks well for the quality of a possible S2...

Interesting! You might be on to something here :cool:
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proteinnerd said:
I "think" I may have seen part of a a terrible movie a few years ago but honestly dont remember anything about that except maybe the fire benders boats, they seemed familiar somehow?


That would most likely be this movie. It was the first attempt at making a live action adaption. Pretty much everyone considered it bad. This image is actually from that movie, not this show:



proteinnerd said:
So as someone with no investment or knowledge of the franchise, I think this is great and I hope they continue into a S2 (if thats even possible, I have no idea if he saves the world in S1 and thats it, although I think the cartoon series went for a few years?


Three seasons. Water, earth and fire respectively. Completed story. We'll see if Netflix can do that much at least.

Bananijoe said:
When i read the title i expected, many BIG blue aliens... :P

... never had heard of these Avatars before , but i'll take a look at Anime - Avatar: The Legend of Korra, maybe interesting


The original AtlA show actually ran a few years before the Cameron movies and was relatively well-known at the time. Giving the movies that name was... a choice. Legend of Korra was a sequel show to Last Airbender and takes place several decades later, starring the next incarnation of the titular Avatar (meaning after Aangs death). It wasn't quite as popular as the original but is also usually well-regarded. It really helps to have watched the original first, though.

I only watched the original cartoon (not anime) a few years ago and, for those who haven't, it's good. Really good.

This new show has been referred to (by the makers) as "a remix, not a remake" or something like that. It's true. A lot of scenes are pretty much exact adaptions, but sometimes things are shuffled around and the pacing is different. A lot of the regular fluff was dropped. Still, 2 episodes in, a decent adaption so far.

Bananijoe said:

Maybe the next season will be better and comes with more consistent good quality?
Maybe budget-shuffeling might help? Less rush with a couple of more episodes and better script with a fantastic world but with maybe a little less budget for special effects and action...?


I've read reviews saying that it seems like the cast took some time to get into the roles and dynamics. If the episodes weren't entirely filmed out of order, that might line up with our observations. Also speaks well for the quality of a possible S2...
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While I've heard about Avatar before (initially I thought people were referring to the James Cameron movie) and have a vague understanding its a mix of martial arts and magic and there are element "benders" I've never really seen anything. I "think" I may have seen part of a a terrible movie a few years ago but honestly dont remember anything about that except maybe the fire benders boats, they seemed familiar somehow?

Anyway, I thought I would watch the first ep and see what I thought.

I REALLY enjoyed it, quickly watched 2 & 3 and am looking forward to the rest.

So as someone with no investment or knowledge of the franchise, I think this is great and I hope they continue into a S2 (if thats even possible, I have no idea if he saves the world in S1 and thats it, although I think the cartoon series went for a few years?
by posted
When i read the title i expected, many BIG blue aliens... :P

... never had heard of these Avatars before , but i'll take a look at Anime - Avatar: The Legend of Korra, maybe interesting
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Bananijoe said:
... wonder how your experiences were/are ^^

Yeah... After only watching 1x1, I got mixed feelings about this one. I expected something awesome, and only got a good show will a huge child/ young-adult cast. (There also were adults. :cool:) Hmm!

I wonder if I - since not being familiar with the source material - just had the wrong expectation or if Netflix is to blame (once again).