i dont think you can. physical transformation into something else isn't possible. all the spells on here for that are not real. you won't be able to do it not until technology makes it possible and that wont be for a long time.
And if you some how should manage to become one.
If you dident die of the fackt that you can't breath in earths atmosphere.
I supose a military orginasasion of some kind. Would capture you, and well. Do theyr thing.
And here I was hoping one day to go traveling afar into the great big yonder and meet these gigantic blue beings or possibly even become one with the help of our oooh so advanced technology, I mean come on now, we can follow each other on Twitter, Youtube, and Facebook!
Ok, Ok, if you couldn't tell that was all joke right there, well most of it. As far as technology goes, we are a LONG LONG way away from being able to travel anywhere of great distance in a reasonable amount of time. I mean it takes many years for our ships these days to get within our solar system.
As for Twitter, YT, and FB, well at least that part about technology has some link with the moive. Simply put, I feel that things like these social networking sites(although somewhat handy) has led to some lack of social skills in the whole(like the lack of link with nature in the movie).
Personally, I think the movie does a good job in reminding us that we need nature to survive. But all in all, it is just a movie, much like Godzilla, HP, Twilight, Zombie movies, and all the others I can't think of at this moment, lol.
As far as I'm concerned, it was _Pocahontas_ put through the Science-Fiction Converter. The basic plotline in _Avatar_ is so common and hackneyed it even has a name over at TV TROPES: "What These Folks Need Is A Honky."
I prefer films with more original stories. CGI in and of itself, no matter how wonderful it is, ain't enough to get me to watch.
Totally agree with you there. The screen can do only so much. The story does the rest. Perhaps thats why plays and musicals get me sometimes more then movies, they have more meaning and better projection of that meaning. Action is good, but often too much in movies, and thereby ruins it all together.
ok, now going from a point that the na'vi really exist(which they dont) in the movie, humans cant breath the air of pandora, wot makes you think a nav vi wont suffocatte in this atmosphire? so even if you could do a transformation, you would kill yourself, and really, people need to learn common sence-_- i dont think any1 has any