Nickelodeon: Save "The Last Airbender" Movies. This is how.
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We need to strip M. Night Shyamalan of “the Last Airbender” movies.
Dear Nickelodeon and all movie producers, listen.
Avatar: the Last Airbender (TV show) is my favourite TV show ever, and ranks as the 14th best TV show of all time (IMDB). That’s better than House of Cards, Death Note, Fargo, Westworld, Stranger Things, The Simpsons and South Park, just to name a few. If you think any of these TV shows are good, well, Avatar: the Last Airbender is better. The show also equally ranks with the stunning series Sherlock (2010).
Nickelodeon spent a whopping 150 million dollars on the MOVIE “the last Airbender” because the TV show was such a big hit. The movie was based directly on the first season of the TV show Avatar: the Last Airbender. This catastrophic movie was written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, which, let’s face it, needs to change. After the announcement in 2011 that two follow up the Last Airbender movies were to come out, none of us wanted them to happen. Since the filming hasn’t started and Shyamalan hasn’t even remotely finished the scripts yet, we can still replace him!
If you sign this petition, you are agreeing to cut M. Night Shyamalan from the Last Airbender movies. This is beneficial in so many ways:
· Shyamalan is terrible at casting – he didn’t cast a single Asian in a movie based and filmed in China, he made all the characters who were Asian in the show white, and all the actors are terrible.
· Shyamalan had a terrible rushed script – the movie was destined to fail because of his bombshell writing.
· Shyamalan made this kid’s movie into an extremely serious and humourless wreck.
· Shyamalan made no effort to engage the audience – he advertised the movie as a 3D wonder, but it had no 3D elements whatsoever. He also made no effort to portray the romance between the main characters, who are clearly (in the TV show) in love.
Let’s get rid of this horrible writer and director of the Last Airbender movies. If you want to see how bad it is, look at just a few reviews online. Please, by no means watch the movie; it is a crime to the human eyes.
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