Avatar The Way of Water movie review: Elevating, engrossing and a beauty
Directed by: James Cameron. Actors: Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Kate Winslet, Cliff Curtis and Joel David Moore.
Cinematography: Russell Carpenter. Music: Simon Franglen.
IANS Rating: ***1/2
Thirteen years after the first series was released, ‘Avatar: the Way of Water’ hit theaters, much to delight as well as dismay. No, nothing about a sequel is even remotely possible
disappointed; the only thing that can resist such a sharp image processing is the fact that there have been many other big budget Hollywood blockbusters that have captured the mind space of viewers over the years.
After delivering the highest-grossing film ever in Hollywood, ‘Avatar’ (2009), James Cameron returns as the helm of the 192-minute saga and, as expected, has use much better slick technique to move the story forward. Not that fans are holding their breath waiting for what will happen here. In fact, many fans of the original have grown up as teenagers, perhaps not caring which direction the story will take.
But having been part of a journey of not one but many breathtakingly exciting moments, they want to relive the roller coaster rides again. And the future ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ does not disappoint viewers even a little bit. It takes viewers on a wonderful, colorful trip to a place called Pandora, inhabited by the blue humanoid, Na’vi. who were over 9 feet tall and were attacked by people searching for habitable planets far from a dying planet, Earth.
Either way, it’s an amazingly awe-inspiring place that’s sure to get viewers hooked. The sequel takes us back to the original many times along the way, back to a time when 3D was reintroduced to the then generation of movie buffs, and the film used CGI without anyone else had at that time. Today, although the polished technique and well-executed scenes are taken for granted, it still excites many spectators to marvel at the breathtaking scenes one after another.
About 10 years after the events of the first film, Jake Sully lives as the leader of Omaticaya and raises a family with Neytiri, consisting of sons Neteyam and Lo’ak and daughter Tuk, daughter. raised Kiri (born from Grace Augustine’s Na ‘vi avatar), and a human boy named Spider, son of Colonel Miles Quaritch, who was born on Pandora and was unable to move to Earth in frozen conditions. .
To the dismay of the Na’vi, the greedy humans returned to Pandora to colonize it, building a new main operating base.
named Bridgehead City. When another threat begins to rekindle dark memories of the past, Jake must team up with Neytiri and an army of the Na’vi to protect their home.
Not only fans in India, but many critics in the West are also at a loss for words to describe the enhanced visual quality of the film as the immersive experience makes the audience a part of the characters’ lives. as the story unfolds.
Of course, ‘Avatar: The Way of Water; must be much larger in size. But is it really better? That should spark a debate among emotional people about the memories they have of the breathtaking technology Cameron used to entertain them in the 2009 film, and others, for more than a decade. past and beyond, have certainly been exposed to more and more things. .
What makes the movie so effective is the emotional connection one feels throughout. Having invested enthusiastically in it, few people indifferently abbreviate characters or films. There may be some who don’t think much, but Cameron’s vision must be seen and experienced to tell coming generations of all ages that he is a visionary, creative and dreamer. original.