Not sure where this goes, either in the movie section or here. So, I've posted it here for now. Mods feel free to move it to the Misc Movies section if appropriate (and ideally, I'd prefer it to be there due to higher traffic). Anyway: Korra's been over for a week now. Feeling deprived and going into withdrawal symptoms, I came across Shyamalan's The Last Airbender on TV and thought I'd give it a watch. Only to regret it instantly. I can't help but feel that a 400 foot tall purple platypus bear with pink horns and silver wings could write a better movie than Shyamalan. As such, I figured I'd give it a whirl. My thinking is that of all the seasons, the first one is actually the easiest to adapt into a movie. The only integral parts are the first few episodes and the last ones. The entire middle section is pure filler with only minor character development (at least in comparison to Zuko in season two, for instance) once the status quo is established. By sticking to the events of the season and trying to mention as much of it as possible, Shyamalan's felt more like a narrator providing a synopsis of the season than an actual movie. As such, my approach is to take what I feel are the most important elements and try to mash them together to make a coherent story. I'll be doing it in parts, of course, since I want to go into detail. Links to the parts as well as a list of the changes I've made to the series will be placed below: Act 1 Spoiler There will be no Momo. I couldn't think of a role for him to play so *snip*. Instead of Katara, Gran Gran is the narrator for the opening sequence. Katara will be able to heal from the get go. Thus, there would be no need to explain how and when she does later in the story, thereby saving time. The identity of the Avatar can be revealed through an enchanted compass (that starts off in Zuko's possession at the start of the movie). This is to simplify how the Fire Nation can track Aang's whereabouts and how people identify a new Avatar. The Fire Nation did not attack all four Air Temples synchronously but instead first attacked the one Aang was in. They only wiped out the remaining three when they couldn't find Aang and the compass no longer tracked him (since he was in ice), in order to take him out. Tips, thoughts, feedback, etc welcome.