Avatar The Way of Water: An Amazing journey into the world of James Cameron

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Rating - 4/5

Directed by    James Cameron

Screenplay by    James Cameron,Rick Jaffa,Amanda Silver

Story by    James Cameron,Rick Jaffa,Amanda Silver,Josh Friedman,Shane Salerno

Based on Characters by James Cameron

Produced by    James Cameron,Jon Landau

Cast    Sam Worthington,Zoe Saldaña,Sigourney Weaver,Stephen Lang,Kate Winslet

Cinematography Russell Carpenter

Edited by Stephen E. Rivkin,David Brenner,John Refoua,James Cameron

Music by Simon Franglen

Production companies Lightstorm Entertainment,TSG Entertainment

Distributed by 20th Century Studios

After 13 long years, Avatar: The Way Of Water, a sequel to the highest-grossing film in the world, has hit the screens amidst sky-high expectations. Let’s see whether James Cameron’s directorial lives up to the hype or not.


Jake Sully aka Toruk Makto (Sam Worthington) and his wife Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) live happily on Pandora with their four children – Neteyam (Jamie Flatters), Loak (Britain Dalton), Tuk (Trinity Bliss) and Kiri (Sigourney Weaver). They also have Spider (Jack Champion), an orphan human. During this time, Colonel Miles Quaritch (Stephen Lang) comes back as a special Avatar to take revenge on Jake Sully and his people. He kidnaps Spider and takes him away. In order to protect his family, Jake decides to shift his home to a new place, where the Metkayina clan lives. But, Colonel and his Sky people are inbound to this new home too. How the forest and water people together save their families from the humans forms the rest of the story.


Goes without saying, watch it on the biggest screen possible. The Way of water is full of dazzling visuals and spectacular scenescapes, but what makes the movie stand out is its heart. There isn’t much of a foundation and the story is really simple, and that’s the movie’s biggest strength. This is more of an experience you go through along with Sully’s family.

The kids’ characters are the ones that stand out, played by Sigourney Weaver, Britain Dalton, and Jamie Flatters. The middle act is focused on them, and we spend a lot of time with each sibling. The scenes where they learn how to swim and Loak being rescued are joyful and stunning. The film makes you really care for these people, and this adds weight to all the action. 

The run time isn’t really felt apart from the action scenes, but at the end of the day, its a charming movie. It’s more simple and has more heart than the first one, and Pandora’s beauty will manage to stun you once again.

Final Note: Avatar the way of Water focuses more on the emotions rather than the wow factor. This James Cameron's masterpiece takes us into another world by exploring the points like family bonding, identity, expulsion, and responsibility. Spectacular visuals and surreal emotions make it an outstanding watch

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