One Line Review: Avatar: The Way Of Water dives deep into the visual beauty of storytelling only James Cameron can think of.
Avatar: The Way Of Water supersedes its first part visually but stays the same when it comes to the plot.
Narratively, it might be fairly standard stuff — but visually speaking, Avatar: The Way of Water is a stunningly immersive experience.~ Rotten Tomatoes
Our rating for Avatar: The Way Of Water is 09/10.
Jake Sully and his family lead the life of the leader of the Omatikaya clan. While Jake is keen on protecting his family and the clan, the sky people return to Pandora. Colonel Quaritch is back again, leading an army, hell-bent on taking his revenge on Jake Sully, but this time – Quaritch too is in an avatar with his army.
Jake and his family flee from the Omatikaya clan, thinking that their being in the clan will just cause more harm to the entire clan. They reach out to the Metkayina clan, the reef people seeking shelter. Quaritch finds his way anyway to Jake and his family, causing another war with the reef people.
James Cameron’s vision is so vast that you can sit and think for hours thinking how that man imagined so much so to create an entire planet with keen details. The biggest plus in Avatar: The Way Of Water is its detailing. Let it be the visuals of Pandora, the Navis, or the magnificent sea creatures, the detailing makes you go Awe! And it is that that keeps you in your seats for such a long time.
Avatar: The Way Of Water is an awfully long movie that could have obviously been trimmed down. Even when there are such breathtaking visuals, the evident efforts put by all departments, what makes you think is why did James make the same movie again, but this time, in a different backdrop? The plot is almost the same. The antagonist is the same. The fight is the same. So the question always lingers.
Even though with such a big run time, the world of Avatar: The Way Of Water never really makes you doze off, except for the ending portion. Even after everything is done, it feels like the movie is going on and on, forcing you to check your wristwatch every now and then.
Avatar: The Way Of Water is indeed a movie made for big screens alone and guarantees to take your breath away with its magnificent visuals.