Avatar: The Way Of Water is a 2009 science fiction film directed, written, produced and co-edited by James Cameron, starring Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Michelle Rodriguez and Sigourney Weaver.
The film is set in the mid-22nd century, when humans are colonizing Pandora, a habitable moon of a gas giant in the Alpha Centauri star system, in order to mine a valuable mineral called unobtanium.
The story follows Jake Sully, a paraplegic former Marine, who is brought to Pandora to participate in the Avatar Program, which uses a genetically engineered body, or avatar, to be remotely controlled by a human operator. Is done, which is said to interact with the native Pandora population.
Navi. The film was a major commercial success and broke several box office records upon its release, and has since become the highest-grossing film of all time.
Avatar 2 Movie Review
Avatar 2 is the second part of the 2009 science fiction film Avatar directed, written, produced and co-edited by James Cameron. Otherwise you are not going to understand anything.
In Avatar 2, the visual effects have been used in such a great way that you will feel real after watching the film. You will feel yourself in another world.
Let us tell you that James Cameron has repeated the story of Avatar 2 movie, which does not give much fun to the viewer. Along with this, the reaction of the villain in Avatar 2 is nothing special. As it happens in Part 1, I would like to give this movie 4 out of 5 points. Below you can also see the review of the viewer.
|Movie Name||Avatar: The Way of Water|
|Actor||Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang,|
Michelle Rodriguez, Sigourney Weaver
|Genre||Action Adventure Fantasy Sci-Fi|
|Release Date||16 December 2022 (India)|
|Showtimes||3 hr 12 min|
|Budget||25 crores USD|
- Sam Worthington (jake)
- Sigourney Weaver (Kiri)
- Kate Winslet (Ronal)
- Joel David Moore (Norm)
- Edie Falco (General Ardmore)
- Jemaine Clement (Dr. Garvin)
- Britain Dalton (Lo’ak)
- Jack Champion (Spider)
- Filip Geljo (Aonung)
Audience review of Avatar 2
By Victor Mac-Adonai : James Cameron’s turn-of-the-decade sequel, based on the 2009 box office record-setting blue world of Pandora is technically tantamount to an absolute masterstroke — and nothing less. Inspired by the perceptive experiences of the visionary filmmaker, “Avatar: The Way of Water” serves up extraordinary 3D features unlike any before, and just like in the original, Cameron deeply utilizes advanced technology to create some stunning high frame rate pictures, that puts out a new feat of visual stimulation.
The long-awaited sequel realizes it’s roots in the family that ensue after Jake Sully and Ney’tiri bond over a romantic relationship, and unlike the original, “Avatar 2” turns up the tone on a more distinctive exploration of Pandora. With every pulse and vibration from the active non-stop pictures onscreen, to every thump of heartbeat and every resurfacing bubble-of-air, and from every fall of raindrops and rumbles of thunder to the crashes of waves and splashes of wings and tails, “The Way of Water” reveals a genial return to Pandora, but this time Pandora is way more blue and beautiful.
If this is what a theatrical version has been intended to look and feel like, then one can only expect the imaginations to be completely awed if, or when an Extended Cut would make it’s way out of Cameron’s vault, as this odyssey running at over 3 hours of runtime (just to meet ends with theatrical cut standards) doesn’t even add-on a lengthy weight to the film’s narrative. And speaking of narratives, evidently, a thoroughgoing storytelling touch has never been a strong point in Cameron’s filmmaking career, or in either “Avatar” films too. This time the plot encapsulates it’s villain — an avatar Na’vi version of the previously deceased Colonel Miles Quaritch (Stephen Lang), to apparently be on a ridiculous revenge spree, and sometimes it all becomes too familiar — especially when Cameron blatantly pulls off some signature Titanic moves that viewers would find utterly relatable. “The Way of Water” nearly falls into the trap of mediocre sequels, but it evades such a plummet with the display of fascinating new (Pandora) cultures and dazzling elements that literally only James Cameron could brew up unerringly.
The thematic gestures of ‘sentiments’ and the ‘bonds of family’ never gets hackneyed or slack, and it definitely was a flat out privilege to tap into the “private streaming service” of James Cameron’s new blue world of Pandora. After 13 years of being in-the-making, indubitably it was worth the wait and this time it ends up pointing the way to an exciting future for “Avatar” and the planet of Pandora. Both loyal fans and regular viewers shouldn’t hesitate a titch on seeing such a magnificent spectacle on the big screen because personally, I’m certain James Cameron has unlocked the full measure of his limitless and unbridled potential with this blockbuster. And that’s right [Cameron], Oel ngati kameie.
By Bob Ruprecht : Avatar Way of Water – review: (no spoilers)
No movie is perfect, but … I’ll unabashedly say it’s the best movie production I’ve seen in years.
3D works – and is a must – for this visually stunning, immersive experience. The CGI animation is seamlessly integrated into breathtaking scale and precise details, and the creativity of the scenes with the other-worldly life forms of Pandora set against the advanced technologies of the human sky-people is simply mind-blowing, leaving you to wonder “how the hell did they do that?”
This epic masterpiece does need an intermission; however, as 3+ hours is a long pull; and yes, there are story line aspects that can be poked at … nonetheless, if you want to see one memorable Holiday season movie, I’m giving this one
ps – we are AMC A+ members so for $24/month (vs per movie!) we see up to 3 movies each week on any format, (IMAX, Dolby, 3D, etc), for no additional charge, and we can cancel on a monthly basis, so it’s a good option to consider to stave off dreary winter days.