Avatar: The Way of Water Review

Avatar: The Way of Water is the sequel of the highest grossing movie of all time, Avatar. 13 years passed since the original came out, but the sequel was highly anticipated nonetheless. The movie quickly rose up the box office charts, landing third for all time highest grossing movies. But does it deserve it or is it only name recognition?

The biggest thing to note about the film is the special effects. The movie’s budget was $250 million, and most of it was put toward CGI technology. The movie is visually stunning, and it is easily the best part about the film. This movie does not attract an audience by its script – in fact, most people could not recall what the original movie’s plot was. However, everyone remembers the look of the movie. That is what makes it money.

The plot of the movie is about Jake Sully (played by Sam Worthington) and his wife Ney’tiri (played by Zoë Saldana) after the events of the first movie. The two have a family and decide to explore Pandora, the planet the Na’vi live on. However, a war with humans is started due to something that is found deep within Pandora.

The plot of the movie is fairly weak compared to other highly grossing movies. Does that make the movie bad? Not necessarily. However, viewers expecting to watch a film with a strong plot will be disappointed.

However, the movie was not made primarily to tell a story. It was made to sell tickets, and it did that very well through its fantastic visual effects.