Avatar: The Way of Water Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Avatar: The Way of Water Movie Review: The first instalment of Avtar was released in 2009 and had a major impact on movie theatres worldwide. Following the film’s huge success, director James Cameron vowed that there will be a couple more films in the franchise, and fans began expecting the Avtar sequel’s announcement. After nearly 13 years, the second Avatar film, titled “Avatar: The Way of Water,” has finally arrived in theatres. Let’s dive deep into this purportedly fantastic film to see if it was worth our time to wait all these years for.

Avatar The Way of Water Movie Review


Jake Sully has reconciled with his biological family and now lives with them on the planet Pandora. When they come across an old foe who has returned to finish what was started previously, Jake will need to cooperate with Neytiri and the Na’vi military to save their world.

Cast & Crew

Avatar: The Way of Water stars Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Cliff Curtis, Joel David Moore, CCH Pounder, Edie Falco, Jemaine Clement, and Kate Winslet. The film’s director is James Cameron, and its producers are Jan Landau and James Cameron. The cinematography is handled by Russell Carpenter, and the music is handled by Simon Franglen.

Movie Name Avatar: The Way of Water
Director James Cameron
Music Director Simon Franglen
Producer Jan Landau & James Cameron
Genre Fantasy, Action, Adventure
Cast Zoe Saldana, Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Cliff Curtis, Joel David Moore, CCH Pounder, Edie Falco, Jemaine Clement and Kate Winslet
Cinematography Russell Carpenter


Making the audience get into and fall in love with the fictitious world depicted on television is a difficult challenge. When the first Avatar film was released, the audience was blown away by James Cameron’s vision and the way he delivered the story while building the fanciful realm of “Pandora.” Avatar: The Way of Water, as the title suggests, employs water as the medium this time around, as opposed to the lush forests of Pandora’s environment in the first instalment. We’ve never seen such amazing visuals in 3D or on a 4DX screen before.

As predicted, the VFX and other technological aspects are the highlights of this film, but the plot is what truly distinguishes it. The story of “Avatar: The Way of Water” is captivating, and it will help us forget about the film’s extended running time (more than three hours). It also offers some good emotional sequences and magnificent scenery. When a sequel to a big-budget picture is released, the public will definitely have high expectations; if any of these expectations are not realised in the theatres, the film will be a disaster. However, in the case of “Avatar: The Way of Water,” filmmaker James Cameron not only met, but greatly exceeded, the expectations.

When it comes to the acting, we completely lose track of the fact that these characters were actually portrayed by individuals while watching the film, instead witnessing natives of a distant planet called Pandora battling for their life more than the actors portraying those roles. It is advisable not to criticise any actor’s performance in the film because for many spectators, this is more than simply a film; it is a piece of art and an experience.

Technically, ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ is interesting. We feel as if we would miss something spectacular if we just blink an eye. The technical team’s efforts are commendable, and the entire film is filled with breathtakingly beautiful scenes. Even though Pandora is a fictitious planet, witnessing these photos in 3D transports us there. The film contains fantastic underwater shots throughout, so see it in a theatre with excellent sound and a large screen.

The “Pandora Planet” was the imaginative and forward-thinking director James Cameron’s idea, which will live on forever. His vision for the technical team, sound design, and everything else is clear on the screen. He handled every part of the picture that makes it appear completely unbelievable. After seeing this great follow-up from the director, the audience will have to wait as long as it takes for the release of the following Avtar movie. I’m hoping that the franchise’s next instalments are more significant and intriguing.

Overall, “Avatar: The Way of Water” is a once-in-a-lifetime film that should be watched in 3D and only on enormous screens.

Plus Points:

  • Everything

Minus Points:

  • Length of the film (As it might not be appealing for everyone).

Rating: 4.25/5

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