The Last Airbender

Other mistake: Before the battle, the leader of the waterbenders says that he will have everyone extinguish as many sources of fire as possible. When the firebenders come up from the ground at the start of the battle, all of the torches lighting the city are lit.


Audio problem: At the beginning, when Zuko says "Look, Uncle!", his mouth doesn't move.

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Continuity mistake: During the scenes at the Northern Water Tribe, there is a cut in the middle of Aang's lower lip that occasionally will disappear and reappear.

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Trivia: This is the first adaption M. Night Shyamalan directed.


Trivia: Gran Gran tells Katara and Sokka about her old friend Hamma, one of the last waterbenders rounded up by the Fire Nation. In the original series, Hamma is the Southern Tribe Waterbender that teaches Katara bloodbending in Book 3.

Trivia: Noah Ringer, the kid that plays Aang, was a martial arts State Champion in his home of Texas. To keep cool in the dojo, he shaved his head, and later painted a blue arrow on his head when his friends commented that he looked like Aang.

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Uncle Iroh: It was not by chance that for generations people have been searching for him, and now you have found him. Your destinies are tied, Zuko.

Aang: I will stop them.
Dragon Spirit: I know you will try.

Aang: Some great monks can meditate for four days!

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Question: Was there any reason given as to why many of the names (Aang, Sokka, Iroh, etc.) and the term "Agni-Kai" are pronounced differently than in the television series?

Chosen answer: The TV show Americanized the pronunciations whereas the movie said them correctly.

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