Avatar The Way of Water Review : Bigger Weakness and Greatest Strength

Avatar The Way of Water Review : Bigger Weakness and Greatest Strength

Avatar 2 The Way of Water Review

Avatar The way of water is a sequel to the 2009 Avatar. The franchise beauty of Na’vi lies in the sequel. Let’s have a look at the review of Avatar: The way of water.

Story: James Cameron has created a world around the Na’vi’s called Pandora for part1, where is its around the rush jungle. Avatar The way of Water is a story of a family in marine world around the reef. Na’vi Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Na’vi Princess Ney’tiri (Zoe Saldana) try to protect their children from humans aka sky people. This is the story of Avatar 2.

Analysis: There is a mixed talk for Avatar: The Way of Water. Exactly, when you are soo much attached to the world of Pandora, you lose the magic in the sequel. As they miss the emotion of the death of Spider, which is heart-wrenching. For the people of Na’vi, death was shown as sacred. We miss that in part 2 and a few more magical instants of Part 1 are missed in the sequel. James Cameron has made 30mins cartoon for a 3hr 12mins movie, but most magically with beautiful action and marine adventures.

Jake Sully and Neytiri will have four children. Elder son Neteyam (Jamir Flatters), Younger son Loak (Britain Dalton), daughter Tuktirey aka Tuk (trinity Jo-Li Bliss) and one more adopted son Kiri (Sigourney Weaver). As in the first part of this sequel also Sky people attack Pandora and now they attack way bigger than before by constructing railway tracks and with a huge RDA (Resources Development Administration) team. Jake realises that the sky people are here to defeat him and not the Na’vi or the world of Pandora.

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To save Pandora, Jake Sully and Neytiri with their children travel hundreds of miles and reach the village of the Metkayina tribe. The tribe was headed by Tonowari (Cliff Curis) and Ronal (Kate Winslet). The Metkayina tribe are reef people and worship the sea. At first, they reject Jake and Neytiri , but slowly refugee family turns one among their tribe, like jake (human to na’vi). Meanwhile, the sky people try to find out where Jake and Neytiri are fleeing along with their children. The story is clinched and added a lot of depth. The movie definitely needed an appraisal for the magic world created by James Cameron. The sequel came after 13 years of Avatar. The pioneering 3D sci-fi was an unimaginably expensive film. The artificially created body has created a dramatic moment for the audience and left spell bounded. But the sequel failed to create the same magic of na’vi, yet impressed with the marine action.

The Na’vi action shifts from the rush jungles to the aquatic life in this part. The strength of the Na’vi was broken in this part, which is staying together gives us more strength and happiness, which is very simple. Avatar2 miss that main emotion of the Na’vi, yet the sequel carries the more emotional stretch.

The Mariana Trench is a magic of Cameron undersea. We know the passion for the ocean James Cameron through Titanic or The Abyss. This Avatar2 is the next level. The dynamic warrior Neytiri fights against the humans, who try to exploit natural resources, this excell the love of Cameron over the environment.

The mystical Metkayina art of living underwater for long periods was presented beautifully. The action sequence was presented stunningly. Avatar2 is a high-tech visual superstructure. The action thriller has real excitement. But in the climax, we get exhausted with the action. Still, the scenes are visual wonders of Cameron, yet stretched. Avatar2 has a huge scale of visuals. Their bigger weakness of going far from Pandora has created a greater strength with reef people.

Verdict: Worth-watching for the action thrill and visuals around the marine reef.

Avatar 2 The Way of Water Review

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