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Avatar trailer captured online

Avatar.jpgThe Avatar trailer has been filmed in cinema and put online for everyone to see, however it's dark and it's slightly snowy so it's far from perfect, and for Avatar what we really need to see is a high definition version.

However, this is what we have and it's well worth a look, particularly if you've seen the sixteen minute preview so what you're really doing is looking for the story, and you're richly rewarded, for over three minutes.

Of course there's plenty of action and drama in here, but what I really like is the fact that it is so dramatic, that it builds the story over everything, and that the story does feel really important and a huge driver for the film.

Yes we do want to see the high definition version, but I know some of you out there would love to see the story as soon as possible, and this does just that. Turn up your brightness and take a look, see what you think.

I've seen the sixteen minute preview and the effects are pretty amazing, but I couldn't wait either, and I wasn't disappointed.

Here's the cinema filmed trailer for James Cameron's film Avatar, and there doesn't seem to be a foot wrong in the entire film, the cast looks superb too, but do we really need a list of the films that Cameron has done to entice us in? Don't we know who he is already?





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