Avatar: The Way of Water Movie Review


Avatar: The Way of Water Movie Review

Certificate: U/A

Language: Hindi

Genre: Action Fantasy Adventure

Release Date: 16 Dec 2022

Runtime: 00:00:00

Avatar: The Way of Water Movie Cast & Crew


Avatar: The Way of Water : Movie Review - A Visual Feast For The Audience

Avatar: The Way of Water : Movie Review - A Visual Feast For The Audience
Avatar The Way of Water Movie Review - James Cameron is back with the sequel of Avatar, The Way of Water. The film has been released worldwide and in India, it is all set to take record opening today.
Xappie Desk

Updated: December 16, 2022 18:04 IST

Rating : 3.75/5

Avatar: The Way of Water Review - Story

The second installment of Avatar picks up more than a decade later and deals with the story of Jack Sully and his family who have fled from Pandora and started living on an island led by Ronal(Kate Winslet). In comes, Colonel Miles Quaritch (Stephen Lang) in his new avatar who wants to destroy Jake and his family (Neytiri, and their kids). How will Jake and his clan save themselves from the ruthless Colonel Miles? That forms the story of Avatar - The Way of Water.

Avatar: The Way of Water Review - Analysis

If Avatar took us to the world of Pandora, The Way of Water takes things a notch higher. Director James Cameron imagines things in such a way that is out of the box. Even after a decade, the connection between the first and second parts is so relatable. There is absolutely no confusion in the story as this generation audience who missed out on Avatar also can understand what the world of Avatar and its characters are all about. 

When James Cameron makes films, the technical team gives their best output and the same happens with the sequel. The CGI and the manner in which Pandora Oceans are created is just a sight to behold. Every penny spent is shown through the spellbinding visuals. The water body scenes are bright and colorful, and the 3D experience will enhance the viewing experience to another level. 
The usage of technology in the right quotient entangled with beautiful emotions is the best part of the film and the team needs a pat on the back. The icing on the cake is the solid actors who give their best. The performances of the actors who play Jake Sully's kids are the best part of the film. They are amazing. Kate Winslet in a small role was impressive.  Sam Worthington himself is amazing and holds our attention with his sincere act.
The film has a runtime of over three hours and this might be an obstacle for a few. But even the lengthy runtime is worth it as the second half and climax are just mind-blowing. While the film starts off in the backdrop of Pandora, a major chunk is shot in the Oceans which makes things cinematic. With this film, Cameron has weaved in scenes and characters that don’t sound preachy but advocate many important issues that the planet is facing today. 
As an audience watching his vision come to life, you are invested for the most part. The use of 3D and the visual splendor of the flora and fauna of the forest, the fish, the coral beds, and their vibrant hues, all of these elements shock you with their magnanimous screen presence and you will come out of the theater with a hangover of this beautiful world.

Avatar: The Way of Water Review - Verdict

In the end, James Cameron while having the most brilliant minds in the world of Cinema, understands emotions and how to showcase them. His ideas are years ahead and through his vision, Cameron even builds a more emotional and two-sided man-animal relationship. The initial parts of the film are slow and take time to grow on us. But from the moment, the film enters the waters, it is a massive cinematic experience that should not be missed and be experienced only in 3D.