Full Movie Reviews
Indyfreak - wrote on 08/13/2023
There's a great two hour movie stretched out into a good but way too long three hour movie. The plot is actually a bit more interesting than the first movie. But there is a lot of padding that could had been cut out. But I enjoyed the spectacle on display and James Cameron flexing his directing chops when it came to the action scenes.
Some of the child characters are a bit annoying but a couple stand out thanks to the arc they're given. Namely the human boy nicknamed Spider. It's great to see Stephen Lang back as the villainous Colonel Quaritch who's now an avatar himself seeking revenge against Jake Sully and his family. Sam Worthington is more improved as a leading man but he is still out-shined by Zoe Saldana whose emotions just leap off the screen despite her playing a digital …
Matthew Brady - wrote on 04/08/2023
"I know one thing: wherever we go, this family... is our fortress."
I remember when the first Avatar came out, it was a memorable experience to see it. It was Christmas Eve, with a rare fall of snow and rush hour traffic through the Christmas holidays in the town. So, the first movie has a special place in my heart, despite its flaws. I never understood the hate the first movie received over the years. It is one thing to have an opinion, but what I find odd is every criticism people had for that film can apply to any other movie, yet Avatar somehow got it the worst. Due to it being popular, maybe?
Anywhere, I was ten years when it came out, and now (as I am writing this) I am 23 years old. During that time, I finished Primary school, High school, college, and University and …
Chris Kavan - wrote on 01/08/2023
With Avatar: The Way of Water, James Cameron essentially lives up to the phrase "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." I can say with no uncertainty that if you liked the original Avatar, chances are this sequel will work just as well - mainly because it's almost the exact same movie but add in a family dynamic and upgraded visuals.
Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) have settled into their family life on Pandora. They have three children - oldest son Neteyam (Jamie Flatters), risk-taking Lo'ak (Britain Dalton) and young daughter Tuk (Trinity Jo-Li Bliss) along with the adopted Kiri (Sigourney Weaver) - who is the daughter of Grace and whose father is a mystery. There is also Spider (Jack Champion) a human child left behind and raised in part by their family …
FilmCrave User - wrote on 12/17/2022
Okay so like everyone who saw the first I was excited to see the new installment of the franchise and I must say I was extremely pleased with what I saw so good
(The good) the plot moved right along almost never a dull moment here and so many fun new characters to enjoy
(The bad) this is like 30 minutes too long yes I knew it was going to be long when I bought the ticket but my God really. The language though scattered is pretty strong and the violence danger is heavy on young kids
[The bottom line ) okay so guys as much as you might wanna see this movie please be careful with young kids the danger level is high though it makes it fun for us adults it's pg_13 for a reason and I believe rightly so also please make sure to make a snack run if you do take kids as it's QUITE …