Avatar: The Way of Water Review: Early Reactions Call ‘A Never-Ending Visual Spectacle’

Cameron has made a comeback as expected.

Avatar: The Way of Water Review: Early Reactions Call ‘A Never-Ending Visual Spectacle’
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As James Cameron’s long-awaited return to the universe he created in the highest-grossing movie of all time, Avatar: The Way of Water appears to lay the foundation for a future franchise centered on Jake (Sam Worthington), Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña), and their family’s adventures on the alien planet.

The new adventure takes place more than ten years after the first movie. It will lead Jake and his family across previously unexplored regions of Pandora in search of a safe haven. They search for a method to maintain their family unit. Meanwhile, they also fight back against the advancing menace as the RDA ramps up its mining operations on the planet. The franchise is moving to a new aquatic environment, and the trailers so far have shown off some incredibly breathtaking sights. Despite the alterations, Cameron wants The Way of Water to further the themes of the first movie by emphasizing family ties.

Avatar: The Way of Water early reviews are out!

The first reviews of Cameron’s movie have been uploaded following its global premiere in London. And they assert that Avatar: The Way of Water is just as amazing and innovative as the original. Some claim that the film’s lengthy running duration is a turnoff. But what seems to make Avatar: The Way of Water deserving of critical acclaim are its aesthetics, a more intricate plot, outstanding character development, and ethereal world-building. The usage of 3D in the movie has also received appreciation, making it a technical success with solely artistic goals that are not underappreciated. Check out the early reactions below:

The sequel to Avatar sold nearly 15,000 tickets only in India within three days of its advance booking in premium formats. The film stars Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, Zoe Saldana, and Kate Winslet, among others. Avatar: The Way of Water is set to release on December 16, 2022, in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam.

Oviya Priyadharshini

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