01 February 2010 817 Views

Avatar: Brutal Video Review and How It Should Have Ended

by Dan Koelsch

You may remember when we featured a certain YouTuber reviewing Star Wars: The Phantom Menace in a 70 minute epic video. Well, he’s back, and this time he’s got his eyes set on James Cameron’s Avatar. Although I enjoyed all one hour and 10 minutes of his previous endeavor, I’m glad his Avatar review is only 18 minutes long. However, I don’t completely agree with his review this time around. Check it out, plus Avatar’s “How It Should Have Ended” treatment, after the jump.











What do you think of the review? While his Phantom Menace review really hit on some key points and the complete nonsense of the film, I feel this one was more of a “it’s not as great as everyone thinks” review. The popular “How It Should Have Ended” series is great, and they definitely got it right this time, assuming the Na’vi really don’t know about Unobtainium. As far as the question why they just don’t blow the moon up from space? I imagine they’ll address that in the sequel (I hope).



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