If my experience with this movie were a fairy tale, I'd start it off with "Once upon a time". Only it was a horror story, so I'll start it like this. My completely awesome cousins (6 year old, and 4 year old) were playing with me for a while, when one of my cousins (Lucy, 6 year old) began to watch "The Last Airbender" It was her favorite movie. I figured "Why not?" They also like X-Men 3 and How to Train your Dragon, which were also good movies, so I assumed this might be good too. LORD, WAS I WRONG!
The worst part about this unholy abomination is the script. I could have gotten better results from my 4 year old cousin. I honestly felt I had written the same things when I was writing fantasy stories in 3rd grade, and that is NOT a good thing.
The acting was beyond horrific. I'll give credit to Aasif Mandhi and Admiral Zhao, but apart from trhat, it was pretty darn bad. The low lights seem to be Dev Patel as Prince Zuko (Who sadly was my favorite character from the cartoon) and Noah Ringer as Aang.
Oh, I'm sorry, I mean Oong. Ring a bell? OF COURSE NOT! In the TV series, the Avatar's name was CLEARLY Aang. It's pronounced Aang, it's spelled Aang. WHY IS HE CALLED OONG!
Truthfully, I love M Night Shyamalan, and will always love him. I love the TV series "Avatar: The Last Airbender" and will always love it. But I cannot bring myself to even ENJOY "The Last Airbender" and probably never will. In a sentence: The 5th Worst Movie I've Ever Seen.