After the success of Netflix’s One Piece live-action series, is back with another live-action adventure fantasy television series of the popular animated series named Avatar: The Last Airbender, which was created by Albert Kim and is now streaming on Netflix with a total of 8 episodes and follows the Journey of one of the four classical elements that include water, earth, fire, and air.

In this article, I am going to review this series which clears the details about the review of this show; is this show worth watching or you may skip this show, which I will clear in this article.

Avatar: The Last Airbender follows the story of four classical elements that include water, earth, fire, and air. This show mainly focuses on the main lead character named Aang who is considered the last Avatar of the Airbender. The avatar is mainly focused on the balance of the world, and he plans to bring peace to the four elements where he meets with Katara and Sokka during the journey which we see in this series.

As the story moves, we see that the opening scene of this show introduced the cycle of the Avatar, and we find the character named Aang and he is about to take the responsibility of being a savior Avatar when his mentor named Gyatso tells us to the council and he tells that Aang is not ready for the power of the Avatar but fire attacks and we find that Aang is trapped in the ice and more.

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The acting done by the child actor named Gordon Cormier as Aang is best with his performance and the other characters also done the perfect acting with the role whereas the music of the show which plays in the background is perfect is makes it good to watch during the action scenes and makes it perfect to watch.

Whereas the first two episodes are perfect and make us excited to watch more but the middle episode lags in the plot but still keeps us hooked with the plot and makes us excited for the plot whereas the ending of each episode makes us excited for the next episode and makes us curious to know what happened next.

Besides that, the VFX of this show is better but not top-notch than other Netflix shows but the cinematography is top-notch which makes us visually treat for the audience and makes us excited. Some scene in the show during fire scenes feels a little weak but nothing makes us wasted or anything the plot keeps us hooked with the story.

If you a fan of the animated series then, the show feels a little dragged but the new audit must like it, and for the fantasy love this show is perfect to binge-watch this weekend whereas this show does not contain any adult scenes so we can watch this show with family and they enjoy it.

This is all the details about the show but let me know in the comment box that how much you like this show. This show is now on Netflix in Hindi, English, Tamil, and more languages with subtitles.

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Avatar The Last Airbender Review

84%
84%

If you a fan of the animated series then, the show feels a little dragged but the new audit must like it, and for the fanstay love this show is perfect to binge-watch this weekend

The Good
  1. Cinematography
  2. Music
  3. Family Friendly
The Bad
  1. Music
  2. Comedy
  • Cinematography
    9
  • Action
    9.5
  • Music
    7.5
  • Story
    7.8
  • User Ratings (3 Votes)
    9.5
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