Life on Pandora

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You might have heard of the movie ‘Avatar' releasing in UAE. This movie is not only a science fiction, action- adventure, but also has a ton of emotions attached to it. In case you aren't familiar with the synopsis of this movie…here it goes:
You will see that the beauty in the entire movie is about life on Pandora. Pandora is a moon that has been inhabited by life forms or creatures that are half human and half alien. They form a clan called Navi and their own peaceful civilization on Pandora. They have a royal family to head the entire clan just like in ancient times.
According to the humans these half human creatures (better known as humanoids) are very primitive in their ways. You can easily make that out from the Avatar movie trailer.
The physical appearance of the humanoids: They have beautiful yet frightening blue coloured, shiny skins. They are 10 feet tall and they also have strong tails. A humanoid female called Neytiri (played by Zoe Saldana) is their princess.
The hero of this movie Jake Sully (played by Sam Worthington) has to try and fit into this uniquely different race on Pandora. Thus with his mind being entrusted to the body of a humanoid, he travels to Pandora to save the earth from the natural resources crises. He also falls in love with the people on Pandora, but not as much as he falls in love with princess Neytiri. Jack Sully is actually sent to Pandora from the side of the humans in order to take over the natural resources there. Will he be able to fulfill his mission or will he stay a humanoid forever?

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Jennifer Lewis is the author of this article. Article writing is her hobby. She writes articles on various subjects but she especially loves writing about movies. J. Lewis always does a great deal of research both online and offline before doing so. She has also written many other articles for

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