oh boy. the only hope i have is that the Airbender movie was really bad due to the way it was edited and the dialogue. the TF movies so far have sentences where replies arent just repeating the questions, so this movie already seems to be alright. I mean, when it comes to movies, it really is all in the editing-which is why acting on stage is soooo vastly different from a movie-a good editor can make a bad actor seem good, and a bad editor can make a good actor seem bad. On stage you rely on the actor. you could record someone having a conversation. Then you tell them to have a similar conversation. Both scenes could be well acted-but then in comes some idiot who takes Actor A's lines from scene 1 and pairs them with Actor B's lines from scene 2. 2 perfectly acted scenes come across choppy and illegible. You need a director who wont do that-and if they do that, then make things match consistently.