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Avatar - Special Edition  (2009 - English)

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  • Nilesh Digarse
    Nilesh Digarse wrote on 01 Jul 2013

    It is a fantastic movie which we see and it is a great direction of james he is do best work i like this movie

  • Lorenzo Muratore
    Lorenzo Muratorewrote on 26 Apr 2010

    Blooper / The first trip to the floating mountains the outside shoots has some of the charactors as Avatars and from the inside they are still in human form.

  • Making things happen :)
    Making things happen :) wrote on 10 Feb 2010

    mistake: Before the bad guys bomb the tree-village, Jake is inside his bed. When the lid is being closed he has a plastic tube all across his forehead. Later on, when the lid is opened, the tube is gone. He was unconscious and his hands were by his side, so there was no way for him to move it.

  • Pritam Roy
    Pritam Roywrote on 03 Feb 2010

    Blooper: In the colonel's robot a rear-view mirror is there. When we see the robot from the outside, it's shown to be very close to his head. But, when we see shots from inside the robot, there is plenty of room around his head and we don't find the mirror.

  • Pritam Roy
    Pritam Roywrote on 03 Feb 2010

    Blooper / Mistake: In the last video log that Jake Sully records, the year in the date at the bottom is "2054", not "2154".

  • Square on the Hypotenuse
    Square on the Hypotenusewrote on 03 Feb 2010

    The Na'vi language was created entirely from scratch by linguist Paul Frommer. He was hired to construct a language that the actors could pronounce easily, but didn't resemble any single human language. He created about 1000 words.

  • Amitava Sengupta
    Amitava Senguptawrote on 15 Jan 2010

    Avatar is the fifth movie ever to break the USD $1 billion mark at the box-office. Also it did so in a record breaking 17 days.

  • shraddha
    shraddha wrote on 24 Dec 2009

    before titanic, James also directed the movie Ghosts of the Abyss.

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous wrote on 21 Dec 2009

    James Cameron's first feature film since Titanic (1997).

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous wrote on 21 Dec 2009

    As of December 2009, with an alleged budget of US $230,000,000 (estimated), this is the most expensive movie ever made

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