History Film / TheLastAirbender

5th Mar '17 1:57:22 AM NightShade96
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->''"Sooooo...are you the avatar Ong?"''

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->''"Sooooo... are you the avatar avatar, Ong?"''



* 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.

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* CardboardPrison: The Earthbender prison camp. Imprisoning people in a camp surrounded by a substance they can magically manipulate … manipulate… [[WhatAnIdiot yeah]], [[SarcasmMode great idea]], Fire Nation.
3rd Mar '17 1:10:23 PM KSoniK
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* RaceLift: This film was pretty guilty of "racebending" all the main characters given the setting of the show and the facial structure of characters being heavily East Asians in design, even though they have odd eye colours:

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* RaceLift: This film was pretty guilty of "racebending" all the main characters given the setting of the show and the facial structure of characters being heavily East Asians in design, even though they have odd eye colours:characters:
2nd Mar '17 9:35:23 AM KSoniK
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* RaceLift: This film was pretty guilty of "racebending" all the main characters given the setting of the show and the facial structure of characters being heavily East Asians in design, even though they have [[ElementalEyes odd eye colours]]:
** In the show, the Fire Nation had heavy influence from Imperial Japan and generally had amber seye, but the actors in the movie are from a variety of ethnicities -- Maori, Arab, Persian, and South Asian.

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* RaceLift: This film was pretty guilty of "racebending" all the main characters given the setting of the show and the facial structure of characters being heavily East Asians in design, even though they have [[ElementalEyes odd eye colours]]:
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** In the show, the amber-eyed Fire Nation had heavy influence from Imperial Japan and generally had amber seye, Japan, but the actors in the movie are from a variety of ethnicities -- Maori, Arab, Persian, and South Asian.
2nd Mar '17 9:33:32 AM KSoniK
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* RaceLift: This film was pretty guilty of "racebending" all the main characters given the setting and facial structure of characters being heavily East Asians in design, even though they have odd eye colours:

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* RaceLift: This film was pretty guilty of "racebending" all the main characters given the setting of the show and the facial structure of characters being heavily East Asians in design, even though they have [[ElementalEyes odd eye colours:colours]]:
2nd Mar '17 7:27:54 AM KSoniK
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** Sokka and Katara, like most Water Tribe characters, have brown skin, dark brown hair and blue eyes. Because their culture is based on Inuits, however, many viewers think of them as Asian or Native American. In the film, they are played by white actors with brown hair and eyes.

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** Sokka and Katara, like most Water Tribe characters, have brown dark skin, dark brown hair and blue eyes. Because their culture is based on Inuits, however, many viewers think of them as Asian or Native American. In the film, they are played by white actors with brown hair and eyes.
2nd Mar '17 6:44:38 AM KSoniK
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* RaceLift: This film was pretty guilty of "racebending" all the main characters given the setting and facial structure of characters being heavily East Asians in design even if they have odd eye colours:

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* RaceLift: This film was pretty guilty of "racebending" all the main characters given the setting and facial structure of characters being heavily East Asians in design design, even if though they have odd eye colours:
2nd Mar '17 6:42:41 AM KSoniK
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* RaceLift: This film was pretty guilty of "racebending" all the main characters given the East Asian setting and characters who, facial-structure-wise, heavily resemble East Asians even if they have odd eye colours:

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* RaceLift: This film was pretty guilty of "racebending" all the main characters given the East Asian setting and facial structure of characters who, facial-structure-wise, being heavily resemble East Asians in design even if they have odd eye colours:
2nd Mar '17 6:01:39 AM KSoniK
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** The grey-eyed Air Nomads are heavily based on Tibet. In the movie, Aang was portayed by an actor with Native American ancestry and Monk Gyatso became black.

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** The grey-eyed Air Nomads are heavily based on Tibet. In the movie, Aang was portayed by an a white actor with Native American ancestry and Monk Gyatso became black.
2nd Mar '17 5:41:26 AM KSoniK
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* RaceLift: This film was pretty guilty of "racebending" many of the main characters:
** In the show, the Fire Nation had people that look like East Asians, both pale (such as Zuko) and tan (such as Jeong Jeong), but the actors in the movie are from a variety of ethnicities -- Maori, Arab, Persian, and South Asian.
** Monk Gyatso, who looked Tibetan (Gyatso is in fact the name of the Dalai Lama), became black in the movie.
** Sokka and Katara, like most Water Tribe characters, have {{Mukokuseki}} features: tan skin, brown hair and blue eyes. Because their culture is based on Inuits, however, many viewers think of them as Asian or Native American. In the film, they are played by white actors with brown hair and eyes.

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* RaceLift: This film was pretty guilty of "racebending" many of all the main characters:
characters given the East Asian setting and characters who, facial-structure-wise, heavily resemble East Asians even if they have odd eye colours:
** In the show, the Fire Nation Nation had people that look like East Asians, both pale (such as Zuko) heavy influence from Imperial Japan and tan (such as Jeong Jeong), generally had amber seye, but the actors in the movie are from a variety of ethnicities -- Maori, Arab, Persian, and South Asian.
** The grey-eyed Air Nomads are heavily based on Tibet. In the movie, Aang was portayed by an actor with Native American ancestry and Monk Gyatso, who looked Tibetan (Gyatso is in fact the name of the Dalai Lama), Gyatso became black in the movie.
black.
** Sokka and Katara, like most Water Tribe characters, have {{Mukokuseki}} features: tan have brown skin, dark brown hair and blue eyes. Because their culture is based on Inuits, however, many viewers think of them as Asian or Native American. In the film, they are played by white actors with brown hair and eyes.
26th Feb '17 6:57:39 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* AsYouKnow: The primary mode of exposition -- Zhao even uses these exact words on multiple occasions. One major example is when Zuko, travelling incognito with his uncle, he asks a child to tell the story of how Zuko got his scar. He does so to make a point to his uncle, as he needed to capture the Avatar to reclaim some peace of mind before thinking about settling down or "pretty girls".

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* AsYouKnow: The primary mode of exposition -- Zhao even uses these exact words on multiple occasions. One major example is when Zuko, travelling incognito with his uncle, he asks a child to tell the story of how Zuko got his scar. He does so to make a point to his uncle, as he needed to capture the Avatar to reclaim some peace of mind before thinking about settling down or "pretty girls".
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