History Film / TheLastAirbender

29th Apr '16 5:05:50 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* AdaptationInducedPlotHole: Several. The most famous is in the retelling of the episode ''Imprisoned''. In the show, the earthbenders are trapped in a metal ship out at sea, far away from any sources of earth to bend. In the movie, they're imprisoned in a camp on land, which would be like building a prison and then giving all the prisoners assault rifles with infinite ammo.
28th Apr '16 2:13:21 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* AdaptationalSuperpowerChange: The firebenders require a source of fire to bend. In [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender the series]], they don't. The reasoning behind this was because the director felt that the firebenders were too overpowered when compared to the other elemental benders in the show. This turns all of the benders into {{Adaptational Wimp}}s, since the Fire Nation is still dominant over the other nations with their weaker powers.

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* AdaptationalSuperpowerChange: The firebenders require a source of fire to bend. In [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender the series]], they don't. The reasoning behind this was because the director felt that the firebenders were too overpowered when compared to the other elemental benders in the show. This turns Unfortunately, the change depowered Firebenders to the point that it makes all of the other benders into {{Adaptational Wimp}}s, since the Fire Nation is still dominant over the other nations with despite having to rely on easily-extinguishable torches for their weaker powers.ammo.


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* DespairEventHorizon: The reason given for the Earthbenders not escaping their prison, despite being surrounded by very bendable rock.
27th Apr '16 9:02:20 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* CardboardPrison: The Earthbender prison camp. Imprisoning people in a camp surrounded by a substance they can magically manipulate... [[WhatAnIdiot yeah]], [[SarcasmMode great idea]], Fire Nation.
27th Apr '16 8:46:41 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* AttackItsWeakPoint: Subverted, as no one tries to put out the convenient fires around so that the Firebenders can't bend anymore.

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* AttackItsWeakPoint: Subverted, as no one tries Subverted. Despite movie-verse firebenders being forced to rely on easily extinguishable sources of flame to bend, nobody ever thinks to put out the convenient fires around so ''out''. Made worse by the fact that the Firebenders can't bend anymore.water tribe is told to douse their torches before the FinalBattle so the firebenders won't have any extra ammo, and ''nobody does''. The torches are still burning during the battle.
27th Apr '16 8:33:45 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* {{Nerf}}: Firebenders can no longer generate fire and need to use sources around them. This leads to some [[IdiotBall Idiot Balls]] being handed around to prevent people from attacking the obvious weak point of putting these fire sources out.

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* {{Nerf}}: Firebenders All bending is significantly weaker than it is in the show. Even their basic moves require complicated ''katas'' to perform, and their results are [[FightSeenFailure often underwhelming]]. Firebending got it worst, however; firebenders can no longer generate fire create their own fire, and need require an external source to use bend. This required their enemies to grab onto the IdiotBall several times and not extinguish the sources around them. This leads to some [[IdiotBall Idiot Balls]] being handed around to prevent people from attacking the obvious weak point of putting these fire sources out.required for bending.
27th Apr '16 4:08:12 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* AttackItsWeakPoint: Subverted, as no one tries to put out the convenient fires around so that the Firebenders can't bend anymore.


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* {{Nerf}}: Firebenders can no longer generate fire and need to use sources around them. This leads to some [[IdiotBall Idiot Balls]] being handed around to prevent people from attacking the obvious weak point of putting these fire sources out.
27th Mar '16 8:55:11 AM MacronNotes
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* ThreeDMovie: The 3D effects were slapped on at the last moment.
8th Mar '16 9:46:59 AM masterofthehouse
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness:
** Zuko's scar has changed from covering half his face to a barely noticable red line over his eye. This is more an example of shifting things to work in the new format (film) where the extremely stylized scar might not be as believable. Additionally, Zuko is already considered attractive despite the disfigurement.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness:
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AdaptationalAttractiveness: Zuko's scar has changed from covering half his face to a barely noticable red line over his eye. This is more an example of shifting things to work in the new format (film) where the extremely stylized scar might not be as believable. Additionally, Zuko is already considered attractive despite the disfigurement.
4th Mar '16 9:55:55 AM masterofthehouse
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Zuko's scar has changed from covering half his face to a barely noticable red line over his eye. This is more an example of shifting things to work in the new format (film) where the extremely stylized scar might not be as believable. Additionally, Zuko is already considered attractive despite the disfigurement.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: AdaptationalAttractiveness:
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Zuko's scar has changed from covering half his face to a barely noticable red line over his eye. This is more an example of shifting things to work in the new format (film) where the extremely stylized scar might not be as believable. Additionally, Zuko is already considered attractive despite the disfigurement.


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* AgeLift: The elderly Monk Gyatso is portrayed here by the much younger Damon Gupton.
3rd Mar '16 2:26:13 AM rdjr
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** Admiral Zhao is more confident and violent in the series, while in the film he is more indecisive to the point he often consoles the Fire Lord on every decision and [[spoiler: he runs away after Iroh makes fire from thin air]].

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** Admiral Zhao is more confident and violent in the series, while in the film he is more indecisive to the point he often consoles consults the Fire Lord on every decision and [[spoiler: he runs away after Iroh makes fire from thin air]].
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