Avatar The Way Of Water Movie Review: James Cameron fantasy is worth the wait with its sublime visuals that will leave you in awe


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4 Star Rating

Movie: Avatar: The Way Of Water Cast: Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Kate Winslet, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Britain Dalton Director: James Cameron Release Date: December 16, 2023 Where to Watch: In theatres Review by: Urmimala Banerjee After a wait of 13 long years, Avatar: The Way Of Water (Avatar 2) has finally hit the marquee. The movie would have come a bit earlier but the pandemic pushed it by a couple of years. It would not be wrong to say that the original Avatar is an emotion for many. The cinematic masterpiece that took us to the imaginary land of Pandora gave us visuals that stayed on in our minds long after we left the theatres. Avatar: The Way Of Water is made on a budget of USD 350 million. By estimates, it should gross over USD two billion to be certified as a truly profitable venture. This time, we are transported from the forests of Pandora to the mighty seas of the earth-like plant. Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Ney’tiri (Zoe Saldana) are parents of four living a blissful family life till the humans return again to invade Pandora. We are sure millions will watch Avatar: The Way Of Water because it is a film you just cannot miss. But here is our review to prep you up just a little bit. What’s it about? Jake Sully and Ney’tiri are happily raising four kids in Pandora. The film focuses on the different temperaments of their kids especially Loak (Britain Dalton) who is the rebel. The bliss is short-lived as the sky people return. This time, the US marines have come in the form of avatars with their strengths and skills. Sully and his family seek refuge with …read more

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