Avatar The Way of Water Movie Review
Avatar The Way of Water Movie Review: The much awaited second part of Avatar has been released by movie lovers all over the world, this movie is getting mixed response from the audience, let’s see how the movie is doing. You can read this movie review here.
Hollywood director James Cameron’s film ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ hits theatres on Friday, December 16. People have been waiting for this movie for 13 years and the craze is evident right after its release. James Cameron released the first part of the movie ‘Avatar’ in 2009. Its second part is called ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ or ‘Avatar 2’. The story of ‘Avatar 2’ will continue from the first part of ‘Avatar’.
Usually, making a sequel to a super hit movie is not that much so easy. Also, it is understandable that they are making a sequel to the highest grossing film in the history of cinema. 68-year-old producer and director James Cameron’s new movie ‘Avatar the Way of Water’ is also made like that. James Cameron, who created wonders with the movie Avatar, has now come with the sequel of Avatar, let’s find out how this movie is released worldwide in the movie review.
Avatar 2 Story What is Avatar 2 Story?
In the first part of Avatar, Jake (Sam Worthington), who went from Earth to the planet Pandora, falls in love with Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) from a tribe there and gets married in the presence of all the tribe. Jake, who inherits Neytiri’s father’s inheritance and becomes the leader of the tribe, fathers three children named Lo’ak (Britain Dalton), Neteyam (Jamie Flatters) and Tuk (Trinity Jo-Li Bliss). And while their adopted daughter, Kiri, is living comfortably with another human boy named Spider, the earth world is going to end, and humans will invade Pandora once again with armed forces to conquer Pandora and end the ‘Na’vi’ tribe there.
But Jake, who doesn’t like war, goes to a coastal area called Metkaina to protect his family. How did Miles Quaritch (Stephen Long), who came from Earth to save Jake and his family, face his team while Jake’s family is also learning to survive in the sea with the help of Tonovari, the king of the Metkaina tribe? What happened in the end? This is the the story.
This movie is like a story of imagination, and the wonderful descriptions of that story of Chandamama are impressive with visuals. In the first part of the saga with the beautiful visuals of the planet Pandora, now James Cameron has taken it to the world of water called ‘The Way of Water’. Even though Jake and his family went to the Metkaina area, there was nothing new, but when we went there, we were taken to a new world. In the first movie, the story arouses interest, but in the second part, the director has focused more on the visuals than the story.
The story is set in the sea background and taken to another world like a new world. He took it forward while reminding that it is the father’s duty to protect the family. Some of the scenes are like an ordinary Hollywood movie, but it seems like a stretch, but he impressed with the sea scenes. Jakes family friendship with the sea creatures, the climax is impressive. Needless to say, the climax is reminiscent of ‘Titanic’.
Even though the movie is made with motion capture technology, it has a new feel. Sam Worthington is impressive as the male lead. As a father, as a leader of a tribe, as a person who goes to seek shelter from another leader, he impresses with good emotions. Stephen Long was also impressed by hitting him like a super power. And the actress who played the role of Sam’s wife is also impressive in her own style. And the performance of Sam’s children is the highlight of the whole movie. The acting of Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Joel, Cliff and Kate Winslet are also assets of the movie.
As for the technical team
The director of this movie, James Cameron, once again showed his strength with this movie, even at the age of 68, he tried to show his mark. But those who went to the theatres comparing it with the first part of Avatar must be disappointed. But it can be said that somehow, he could not show his mark. But in the technical teams, each wing also gave excellent effects. Along with the music and cinematography, the visual effects are a great addition to the movie. The construction is also next level.
Features of the movie 'Avatar: The Way of Water'
The visuals in the movie ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ are eye-catching. The most impressive thing about the film is the imagination of James Cameron and his team and unfolding it before the public. James Cameron, like his previous films, has created stunning visuals this time too and used technology brilliantly in the film. 3D effects in the movie are fun to watch. Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Kate Winslet, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Britton Dalton have won hearts when it comes to acting in ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’. The cinematography of the movie is top class. Speaking of James Cameron’s direction, you have to salute his vision.
Important points in “The Return of Avatar-The Way of Water”
Director James Cameron takes us to the world of Pandora for the “Avatar: The Way of Water” sequel.
- What to know: The sequel opens on December 16, 13 years after “Avatar” broke box office records. If you remember little about the original movie, here’s a refresher.
- Review: Cameron’s “adolescent idealism, moral tyranny and capacity for wonder are the emotional heart of the film,” wrote our critic.
- Holding Their Breath: Cameron and the sequel’s cast discuss what it takes to make the new “Avatar” and bring it to life in a changed world.
- A Vanishing Blockbuster: The first “Avatar” film may have been the highest-grossing film in the world, but its lack of cultural impact is largely cited for fame.
Few things missing from the movie
The movie ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ was a disappointment in terms of story, but even ‘Avatar’ lacked much of a plot but the drama remained intact. Even the dialogues in the movie were very simple and failed to evoke any emotion. Talking about the timing of the movie, a movie that is more than three hours long can distract people. But there are scenes in the movie that match this. Our floatBest.com gives this movie 4 stars.