Avatar: The Way Of Water Movie Review: Greatest immersive cinema experience of the yearModified On: 19 December 2022 | Reviewed By: Team Moviekoop
Storyline: In the superbly made sequel to the 2009 film Avatar, James Cameron takes the viewers back to the stunning world of Pandora, where human turned Na'vi Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Na'vi princess Ney'tiri (Zoe Saldaña) must do everything it takes to protect their children from the ‘sky people’ (humans from the earth).
Review: Humans call the Na’vi ‘hostiles and insurgents’, when it is they who forcefully infiltrate and occupy their land. Despite its magical, fictional setting, Avatar is not devoid of socio-political themes. It addresses race, civilisation, takes a strong anti-military stand and makes a plea for environment conservation through its simple story of parents and children. A spectacular climax revolves around parents protecting their children and vice versa.
From lush jungles to the gorgeous reefs… the action shifts from forests to the sea this time around and it is a great experience. For over three hours one finds himself immersed in the enchanting world of an oceanic clan (Metkayina) or the reef people who give Sully and his family a refuge from humans. The sequel scores high on action and emotion. One is not compromised for the other. ‘Happiness is simple. The Sullys stay together. This is our biggest weakness and our greatest strength,” says Jake Sully and the story embodies that spirit. The tale isn’t unique as such but the storytelling and visual excellence are epic. Mounted on a massive scale, one will not like to return to the real world even once during the visual experience.
While the earleir 'Avatar' set the bar high for visual effects 13 years ago, the sequel takes it a step further. Like the previous film, the director does not use 3D as a gimmick but uses it artfully to accentuate audience immersion in the world and story. Avatar: The Way of Water need to be watched in IMAX 3D for the best experience. It can easily be the greatest immersive cinema experience of the year
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