63. Oh man, Neytiri is really doing all the heavy lifting in this relationship. Poor woman wakes up about to be crushed by a bulldozer and has to lug her boyfriend's unconscious body to safety.
64. I see that the Na'vi don't know that the avatars stop working when they go to sleep…but then what do they think happens? They know that they're "dreamwalkers," but I wonder how they think they were able to have Na'vi bodies.
65. OH I SEE JAKE, now that everything turned out exactly the way you thought it would, you've decided to embrace the culture and call everyone Brother. Still a snake. #sorrynotsorry
66. Oh damn, the tree falling is actually very sad. Even though I'm not Jake's biggest fan, I will say that the pro-environment message of this movie has aged well.
67. Oh no, Neytiri's father who we spent no time with has died. Who will take over as leader? It should be Neytiri, but I have a feeling it will not be.
68. Gotta say, Neytiri and Zoë Saldana are the best part of this movie. I know that's a hot take, but the ten years since this came out have not done Jake's character any favors.
69. Aw the lil kiddos helping Grace is nice since she's really the only reason that Jake/anyone outside of the community can even attempt to communicate with the Na'vi.
70. There is still an hour left in this movie and it feels like there should be a lot less than that.
71. None of the characters that aren't Jake, Neytiri or Grace have made much of an impression so I often forget who is talking.
72. I guess the bad boy has as well, but he is so cartoonish he mostly makes me laugh.
73. Oh but he just shot Grace, so I hate him.
74. This really feels like it would have been better paced as a TV show. I know that nobody would have made this as a TV show in 2009, but too many things have happened since I sat down to watch this two hours ago.
75. No wonder nobody remembers what happens in this movie. Because EVERYTHING HAPPENS.