Catch a First Glimpse of Momo on Video


There has just recently been a new video posted up which features our first look at Momo in action, check it out below:


Live Action Version of Momo in The Last Airbender

Thanks to Tristen for the tip.

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Comments - 10 Posts

  1. Tristen Said: Comment by Tristen on June 22, 2010 at 9:33 am | Permalink

    Welcome! Also glad to see there will be some comic relief.


  2. arronsayshi Said: Comment by arronsayshi on June 24, 2010 at 9:01 am | Permalink

    I think I speak for everyone when I say this movie has TWO fail points. First: avatar is 61 episodes long… 61 episodes downsized to a single movie! Couldn’t they do that to Twilight? Even Harry Potter couldn’t manage to squeeze all those books into one movie. This means many things will go unseen, and the Avatar fans will notice. I’ve already heard many fans disappointed by this fact. Second: M. Night Shyamalan is known for his unusual movies and crazy perspectives that interest the viewers (anyone remember the Happening?)… it appears this movie will be cut-and-dry and follow the anime exactly the way it has been for some time now. Any producer could of made this movie since the ground work has already been laid out for them. I would rather see a live action of Avatar when he was younger before he was frozen, or a live action of the great war when the Avatar was no where to be found and the air nation fell to the fire nation. Then M. Night could of used his true creative ability without ridicule.


    Animaedrawer101 Reply:

    This movie is just book 1.. Not the entire series.


    Tristen Reply:

    Yeah, that’s why it’s being made into a trilogy


  3. Ben Said: Comment by Ben on July 6, 2010 at 6:39 pm | Permalink

    I made up my mind that I’m not going to see this movie.

    I watched the series a bit when I was younger. Then, when I was 17, I got bored and decided to re-watch the entire series. I never really “got it” until I watched it again when I was older. I absolutely fell in love with it. Yeah, I know it makes me a nerd, but it doesn’t bother me.

    I just don’t want to risk this movie ruining the series for me. I’ve read too many bad reviews and heard too many bad things about it to risk it. I’d rather keep my memories of Aang’s (pronounced the right way) adventures and struggles the way they are, untainted.

    As for what was said before, I would have watched a movie about the Fire Nation’s war while Aang was frozen. I think that could have been a great movie. A movie centering around Iroh, or Zuko as a child, or even Ozai, or the collapse of the Air Nomads, anything! But really, condensing even one season of the show into maybe 2 hours makes it impossible to show the show the respect it deserves.


    arronsayshi Reply:

    Thank you, I’m glad someone agrees. I have yet to see it still, been busy with the holiday, but so far I’ve heard 50/50 reviews from my friends. Mostly those who have seen the anime, like the movie.


    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    I mainly had fun being with a bunch of other Avatar fans at the movie, so that’s a reason I would go. The movie had it’s share of problems but it did have some good parts. We’ll have a forth-coming review coming soon, looking for some constructive criticism in case the second movie is made.


    Daniel Reply:

    when i was waiting in line, a lady asked me what movie it was, and i said Avatar. She said “no way! that came out months ago!!” I just laughed, but that was my experience. As for the 50/50 reviews, i went with my friends, and we all hated it :/

  4. Austin Ward Said: Comment by Austin Ward on July 8, 2010 at 1:32 am | Permalink

    Me and my friend Nolan (both fans of the cartoon) went to go see Avatar expecting a translated from Anime to Live action version of the movie. It is a good movie focusing on the main story line and had great affects, but because it was written as an Anime the acting and scripting seemed off. Overall I enjoyed the movie and my only disappointment was the lack of character in my favorite character, Sokka. As for my friend Nolan, he walked out half way through the movie.


  5. Emma Said: Comment by Emma on July 10, 2010 at 8:53 pm | Permalink

    omg from just this short video I already start laughing at how well Jackson Rathbone plays Sokka. He does a great job, and how cute and weird looking does Momo look?!?!



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