In about a week and some change, James Cameron is long overdue symbol picture sequelAnd the water way It will take audiences back to Pandora after the phenomenon became the highest-grossing movie of all time in more than a decade. So how was it? The The next Disney movieFirst audiences have just come out of the world premiere in London as well as the remote shows, and have shared their first reactions to the Avatar 2.
First up is CinemaBlend’s Sean O’Connell, who was blown away water way. He feels that it “outperforms the original on every level”, along with these additional ideas about Twitter:
Never bet @JimCameron. His #AvatarTheWayOfWater surpasses the original on every level. Incredible visuals, but an even more emotional connection to the characters and story. The final hour is Cameron flexing every muscle, reminding great filmmakers how it’s done. pic.twitter.com/C7lpBs6y5UDecember 6, 2022
James Cameron, of course, is the beloved director behind it Titanic And the first two finisher Movies along with 2009 symbol picture. He has a proven track record of making good movies that people talk about years and years after they’ve been released. Perry Nemiroff collider suggests that Avatar: Water Road A film worthy of the director’s legacy:
#AvatarTheWayOfWater is incredible. I had faith James Cameron would raise the bar with the effects but these visuals are amazing. One amazing frame after another. But the thing I dug the most is how technical feats always feel in service of character and world building. pic.twitter.com/MXeN3z8BnPDecember 6, 2022
In addition to those points, Brandon Davis at ComicBook She found it an “endless visual spectacle” with more intricacies than the original film, but had some reasons for dropping it. He felt Three long hours and 12 minutes running time And I found some characters lacking it. In his own words:
Avatar: The Way of Water is a never-ending visual spectacle, it’s a better and more complex story than the first with strong emotions but the characters could grow a bit more. It’s definitely a long one, working on incredible visuals and techniques that are the best in 3D. #AvatarTheWayOfWater pic.twitter.com/ezySHunXOeDecember 6, 2022
The Avatar: Water Road The trailers did not give us a clear idea of the story And when I went down to him, Digital spy Ian Sandwell I thought the story was “weak”. However, he also found it a “visual masterpiece”, especially when it came to the third act:
Unsurprisingly, #AvatarTheWayOfWater is a visual masterpiece with rich use of 3D and breathtaking vistas. It suffers from a thin story and many irreconcilable characters, yet James Cameron brings it all together for an extraordinary finale full of emotion and exciting action. pic.twitter.com/opr6CRyOwkDecember 6, 2022
journalist Jack Sheppard He was also among the Avatar: Water Road audience and gave notable commentary on the use of new characters in the story. Check out his thoughts:
#AvatarTheWayOfWater pushes CGI to new places and uses the word “family” more than any F&F movie. While some of the new characters are underutilized, Pandora is wonderfully real, the underwater stuff is glorious, and the final third is packed with incredible action – see it in IMAX!December 6, 2022
he is Avatar 2 Good enough to continue in the Infinite franchise? Time will tell. Right now, it seems like a lot of people at the world premiere are totally blown away by James Cameron’s latest movie. Amanda Salas from FOX LA She even calls it her favorite movie of the year:
Really Feliz Navidad! #AvatarTheWayOfWater is a cinematic masterpiece! I enjoyed it more than the first! It conquers stunning images on the screen and taps the heart to remind us of what really matters in life. Family, home, nature and survival. My best movie of the year! 🌊December 6, 2022
From the first reactions about Avatar: Water RoadIt sure seems like a sure bet your eyes will feast on this groundbreaking piece of James Cameron cinema. The director was the first to implement motion capture with his actors underwater along with cutting-edge CGI effects. Many early viewers seemed to suggest it goes beyond the 2009 movie, while others aren’t sold on the story. Overall, these first reactions boast a lot of positivity towards the massive holiday release. This could be another big movie for James Cameron and Disney.
It stars an impressive ensemble cast, including Zoe Saldana, Kate Winslet, and Sam Worthington. Already joked how “dumbfounded” they are about the movie. You can decide your own thoughts Avatar: Water Road When it hits theaters December 16th.