James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of the Water is almost here and the fans have been leaping with excitement to be able to see the sequel. With that in mind, the critic review is finally out as the movie becomes open to watching by the media. Avatar’s second part has been awaited for over a decade now and will be available to watch soon enough.
The audience so far only has positive comments to say about the movie and much to no one’s surprise, the animation and CGI have been worth the wait. The London premiere shocked multiple viewers with how James Cameron’s masterpiece has come to life. The movie will explore the main characters in a farther timeline, where they buckle up to protect their family from external threats.
James Cameron’s Avatar 2 Amazes The Audience With His Imagination
Critics have a lot of positive comments to say about James Cameron and Avatar: The Way of the Water including just how mesmerizing the scenery was and how the sequel very easily surpassed the first movie. The sequel is said to be more engrossing, making the familial aspect more connecting to the story.
“I don’t want anybody whining about length when they sit and binge-watch [television] for eight hours,” stated James Cameron. “I can almost write this part of the review. ‘The agonizingly long three-hour movie…’ It’s like, give me a fucking break. I’ve watched my kids sit and do five one-hour episodes in a row. Here’s the big social paradigm shift that has to happen: it’s okay to get up and go pee.”
The movie has gotten so much praise that it might just beat its predecessor’s box office record. The visuals and the story have been highly commended. Its scenery has especially been praised beyond compare, making fans want to live with the Na’vi.
Fans Give Out Their Reviews For James Cameron’s Sequel
Fans all over have stepped forward to praise the movie and how it is different from the first part is all positive and beautiful. They also state as to how the sequel might just be too mesmerizing for fans to concentrate on the plot itself.
#AvatarTheWayOfWater is pretty incredible. I had faith James Cameron would raise the bar w/ the effects but these visuals are mind-blowing. One stunning frame after the next. But the thing I dug most is how the technical feats always feel in service of character & world-building. pic.twitter.com/MXeN3z8BnP
— Perri Nemiroff (@PNemiroff) December 6, 2022
Have now seen #Avatar twice and am overwhelmed by both its technical mastery and unexpectedly intimate emotional scope. Yes the world is expanded and sequels teased but the characters are most important. Cameron is in top form, especially in final act. Good to have him back. 🐟 pic.twitter.com/PR9drN5Zph
— Drew Taylor (@DrewTailored) December 6, 2022
Avatar: The Way of Water is a never-ending visual spectacle.
It’s a better, more complex story than the first with solid emotion but the characters could grow a bit more. It’s definitely long, running on incredible visuals & techniques which are 3D’s best.#AvatarTheWayOfWater pic.twitter.com/ezySHunXOe
— BD (@BrandonDavisBD) December 6, 2022
So, #AvatarTheWayOfWater: Liked it, didn't love it. The good news is that 3D is good again (yay!), and the action is pretty incredible (especially in the final act). But many of the storylines feel like they have to stop and start, and the high frame rate was hit & miss for me. pic.twitter.com/eY4G76R1AJ
— Amon Warmann (@AmonWarmann) December 6, 2022
While the story itself might have some ups and downs, the visual aspect has been worth the wait, making the entire experience of watching Avatar: The Way of the Water memorable and one-of-a-kind.
Avatar 2 will be available to watch in theatres from 16th December 2022.