Thursday, 15 December 2022 23:07

Avatar: The Way of Water Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)

Movie Review written by Jon Patch with 4 out of 4 Paws

Avatar: The Way of Water

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, 20th Century Studios, TSG Entertainment and Lightstorm Entertainment presents a PG-13, Action, Adventure, Fantasy film, directed by James Cameron, written by Cameron, Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver with a theater release of December 16, 2022.

Avatar picks up where the last film left off more then ten years ago. Jake (Sam Worthington) is living with the mother of their four children Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) in the jungles of their beautiful planet on Pandora. Life is good for the family and their people, the jungle dwellers, until a villain from the past, Quaritch (Stephen Lang) returns with his crew appearing as Avatar’s to finished the job he did not do in the last film, that being to kill Jake and anyone that gets in his way.

Not wanting to jeopardize the other Avatar families, Jake has made a decision to flee the jungle with his children and a young human boy, who has no one but is a close friend of the family, Spider (Jack Champion) to find a new place to live and thrive in. Their journey is long but they soon decide to take refuge with the water people. Slightly different looking which makes them more compatible for life in the oceans. After some discussions Jake and his family are allowed to stay but once General Ardmore (Edie Falco) and Quaritch find where Jake is hiding, a war takes place that is brutal to the very end.

Of course, the direction and writing are brilliant along with the character development of all the actors. The CGI is perfection and so advanced with using 3D you feel like you are part of the story. But it is the water scenes that will absolutely blow your mind, leaving you in awe of all the creatures below the surface. It is the message behind the whales and the hunters that are killing them that stands out for me personally leaving a visual outcome that will break your heart as well as so mesmerized that it will imprint in your memory for a verry long time, at least until the next Avatar story comes out. Everything to do with the film is pure perfection, awe inspiring and worthy of another watch if you can sit for over three hours.

Overall, as for the actors, they were all amazing with their line delivery and the actions they portray as another species, the Avatar’s. As for animals in this film there are many mainly of varied species, ones we are not familiar with visually but beyond their looks they are similar to our known species today. Most are a visual masterpiece but there are some animals that are killed in the story and a few violently as are a number of characters. One death in particular that will leave tears in your eyes!

Read 72 times
Super User

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.