It's been ten years since James Camerons' last spectral blockbuster, so how does his new masterpiece, "Avatar" (termed "the most expensive movie ever created") fair around the world of cinema?
The tale of "Avatar", based upon humanoid and extraterrestrial race, provides a fruitful, relishing and striking array of fluorescent colors, story lines and character illustration that keeps the audience fixated upon the world of "Pandora".
When faced with the death of his twin brother, paraplegic ex-marine, Jake Scully (Sam Worthington) continues his brother's mission amidst "Pandora" to gain the trust of an alien race: The Na'vi. Groundbreaking scientific research has enabled the human race to take on the identity of a single Na'vi in order to gain essential knowledge and trust to destroy there inmates and begin a mining operation for the most well known after mineral known.
While Jake begins to connect with the Na'vi race, a secret love forms between himself and a beautiful native female, Neytiri. With the human mission now compromised, Jake is forced to make a complicated decision whether to help defend the Na'vi territory or destroy what is rightfully their souls among the beautiful world of "Pandora". Ultimately, an epic battle to survives unfolds between the humans and the Na'vi where a captivating and passionate story is illustrated.
Co-starring Sigourney Weaver (Dr. Grace Augustine), Michelle Rodriguez (Trudy Chacon) and Zoe Saldana (Neytiri), "Avatar" exemplifies a mind blowing display of visual graphics coinciding with a gripping story line guaranteed to give your eyes the least of reprieve every action packed step of the way.