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Avatar: The Way of Water (2022): A Speechless Visual To Watch

James Cameron makes a grab the attention to the magical realm of Pandora with Avatar: The Way Of Water after 13 years. With the enormous box, he reveals a variety of treats designed to captivate spectators for the whole 192-minute adventure that is immersive, spectacular, and breathtaking to see. The length of the film may initially appear a little intimidating, but once you’ve entered the intriguingly detailed extrasolar planet where the action takes place, there is absolutely no chance of becoming bored or monotonous.

THE PLOT

The Sully family is at the centre of it all. The events of the last movie took place more than ten years ago. The characters of Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana, Jake Sully and Neytiri, have a large family that includes two sons, Neteyam and Lo’ak, a daughter named Tuk, an adopted daughter named Kiri who was created from the comatose avatar of Grace Augustine played by Sigourney Weaver, as well as a human son named Spider (son of apparently-deceased Quaritch). But just as you start to take in Pandora’s beauty and hear Jake describe how his life has been over the past few years, Quaritch and the “sky people” show up once more. This time, the goal is to colonise the planet as well as extract its resources.

 

Jake in Avatar
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Given that Jake, who took part in the decisive fight against the human invaders, is now in control of them, it is surprising that the local populace is preparing. Even now, Quaritch remains an intriguing foe. After dying in the last film, his memories were transplanted into a Na’vi body, and now his only objective is to track down and assassinate Jake Sully. The Sully family seeks protection.

In the end, I don’t know why Spider saved Quaritch but didn’t said a word to Jake about it. The story is set for the next movie anyway, so why not.

THE GOOD/THE BAD

Despite the fact that James Cameron wrote the epic storyline for Avatar and its follow-up, he creates a fantastic viewing experience for the film with his superb characterizations and storyline.

James does an excellent job of weaving the two portions (movies) together. He provides a clear explanation how the first and second sections relate to one another. The film was an emotional experience. It’s because of the way he tied together some of the important characters from the first section. Not just the Navi people, but also the wildlife they cherish, are beautiful in Avatar 2. In a stunning way, James Cameron depicts the emotional connection between the Navi clan and Tulkun.

Navi in Avatar
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By watching the trailers, one may easily figure out the plot. But James Cameron does a good job at narration. Additionally, the movie’s length of more than three hours makes it difficult to watch for long periods of time. You become bored with the slow narration and wonder why there is so much lag.

James Cameron put more emphasis on emotions in the second half than the first, especially with the children. In the first half, Jake Sully and Neytiri don’t have a lot of screen time. Colonal is less impressive than in the first portion, to be honest.

MY THOUGHTS

Jake and Family travelling in Avatar
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Avatar: The Way Of Water is primarily on family and feelings. The film’s breath-taking underwater imagery will have you daydreaming about the watery realm. The movie moves slowly, so it will take you more than three hours to really appreciate the spectacle. If you don’t mind a long runtime, give this insane masterpiece a watch on the biggest screen you can.

MY RATINGS

4.5/5

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