‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ Review 

‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ Review 

This review contains spoilers. 

In the lands of Eywa and Pandora, Jake Sully and his family continue the story of James Cameron’s “Avatar” 10 years later, in “Avatar: The Way of Water.”  

After a decade of peace following conflicts in the first film, the Sully family is on the run from unexpected troubles from their past. In their attempt to escape, the Sullys leave the planet Pandora to take refuge with the Metkayina clan, an oceanic-looking people of the Na’vi. Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana play Sully and his spouse Neytiri respectively, who must adapt to the aquatic lifestyle after their life in the trees.  

With a budget of approximately $571.7 million, Cameron introduces different kinds of animals and more underwater scenes as the Sully family learns to survive in the water in their new home. The lifelike imagery of this location can be largely attributed to computer-generated imagery, which also made the first film popular. The high-quality graphics portrays the Sully family’s latest adventure in extensive and beautiful detail.  

While the sequel mimics many components of the first film, including similar storylines and characters, the advanced vivid effects and optional three-dimensional screening completely immerse viewers into the Na’vi world in a way that the first movie could not. With action-packed fight scenes and staggering portrayals of the planet’s environment, Cameron introduces viewers to the 22nd-century Na’vi world.  

Overall, Cameron’s “Avatar: The Way of Water” received 4.6 out of five stars on review sites such as Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb; it will continue to play in theaters until February 2023. I agree with this rating personally, as the film was immaculately produced with a gripping storyline. It is also available on streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video.  

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