AVATAR Review- Beautiful film about the environment

In the near future, in 2154, when people exploited all of the resources, the earth has nothing left, no tree, no resources. The level of science and technology at this time is quite good, we were able to travel to other planets and exploit the products here to serve the needs of the Earth.


During their travels, humans found an unspoiled planet named Pandora. The intelligent creature that lives on Pandora is the Na’vi, which are tall, blue-skinned, tailed, and exceptionally powerful people, yet they live very peacefully with the nature . The Na’vi people and creatures here do not breathe by oxygen, so when scientists live and work here, they need to wear oxygen masks.
Jake Sully is a discharged marines due to his spinal cord injury, and Jake’s twin brother is a scientist who volunteered to work at Pandora, Jake’s brother.His gene was used to create an avatar, but then he died in battle, and because no one else could control the avatar except the one with the matching gene, Jake was invited to come up. Pandora to continue to control his brother’s avatar. Jake hit the road with the promise that when he was done with his mission, he would be given money to change his legs, allowing him to walk normally.

In Jake’s head, this was just a mission like any other, he agreed, he controlled his brother’s avatar easily, and for the first time since being paralyzed, Jake was able to free himself. Run and jump thanks to his avatar. In order to control the avatar, one must enter in a box with some connection, the human being will be put into the unconscious state and the consciousness will be transmitted wirelessly to his avatar. The operator and the avatar can be hundreds of kilometers apart, which is still okay.
Humans after some time, now they was impatient with Na’vi’s plan so decided to use force. They bring guns and deaths to people there. Jake now recognizes the true nature of war, humanity is always violent, therefore he stands up to help the Na’vi and brings peace to Pandora’s planet.

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