Avatar Way Of The Water Movie Review

George Filopoulos, Staff Writer

Avatar: The Way of the Water is an amazing movie about figuring out how to adapt to a new environment and getting to know new people. Like a real-life video game, the main character Jake Sully transfers all of his consciousness to his avatar in the world of Pandora. He learns how to be 100 percent Na’vi, living with his wife and four kids. He is very happy until he finds out that his old commander is tracking him in order to seek revenge. Consider viewing the first film if you are already lost.

Jake takes his family to the ocean Metkayina to escape the war in the forest.  They are very similar to the Na’vi, but they are adapted to the ocean instead of the forest. Just like Jake learning to live as a Na’vi, his family has to learn to adapt as a Metkayina. At first, it is hard for them to adjust to the way of the water and they are bullied by the Metkayina chief´s children. Eventually, however, they realize they have more in common than they thought. 

The movie,  experience how the planet Pandora (which the Avatar people live on) is being invaded by humankind trying to find a new habitable planet because the earth is dying. They are also hunting an animal that has a special antidote (no spoiler here). The humans are trying to disguise themselves as the Na’vi in their Avatars and try to start a war. 

This movie is available in 2D but it is also in 3D. It is a pretty long movie (2 hr 41 min). And was produced by James Cameron and Jon landau. I saw it in 2D and I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. I don’t want to spoil it for you, sit back, relax, get your popcorn and enjoy the movie.