Avatar: The Way of Water | New Trailer

Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, “Avatar: The Way of Water” begins to tell the story of the Sully family (Jake, …
Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, “Avatar: The Way of Water” begins to tell the story of the Sully family (Jake, …
Avatar: The Way of Water | New Trailer
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  1. I was extremely under whelmed when I watched this film. Since there is so much money invested into the AVATAR brand, I feel they played it safe with the script, and wrote a boring, predictable sequel.

  2. terlalu banyak ketidakjelasan cerita meski dengan durasi 3 jam. mengorbankan kepadatan alur cerita dengan tampilan-tampilan grafis tentang pemandangan alam pandora yang terlalu sering.
    kecewa, sangat tidak layak ditampilkan di layar lebar. lain cerita jika ditayangkan sebagai film seri.

  3. Most stunning visuals to date! Truly a masterpiece and beautiful film a must watch at the theatre. Don’t wait until it’s released it’s not the same watching it at home vs the theatre for this one

  4. I rarely watch movie especially animation… but i just watched this movie on theater tonight, what can i say.. It's absolutely brilliant… Even after the show I'm still in the Pandora world…. I'm in love with this movie.

  5. I just came back from seeing this a second time with my parents and my opinion hasn’t changed too much, but this was one of the best experiences seeing a movie in theaters a second time. 🌊💙

  6. I want to correct to James Camerson comments on the Lakota (Sioux) future. I am not enrolled Lakota but of Lakota descent. I am enrolled in a different federally recognized tribe. We (Native Americans) are not a dead end society! What we (Native Americans) are now, growing and thriving. The tribes in Oklahoma are thriving industries that consistantly provide employment in rural Oklahoma communities. We are learning and walking back our ways back to our traditional ways. Regaining our language and knowledge from many decades of living in secret due to failed governmental policies and discrimintory perspectives. Don't feed into James Cameron and don't believe misperceptions that we are dead end, because we are far from it!!

  7. It’s funny how the RDA say they want to save humanity. They could’ve saved earth years ago all they ever care about is greed, and now they intend to take another world that belongs to someone else I fight for the people of Pandora against my own race because deep down, I will not be a part of this. I may be human, but I’m not a killer I don’t force people out of their homes I don’t force women and children or anything I stand with Pandora forever!

  8. avatar was my dad's favorite movie. when it first came out he used to watch it religiously, at some point he watched it every night in a row for about 2 months. I can't bring myself to watch this one yet, as my dad passed away this past august and I just keep thinking how much he would have loved it. he missed just by a couple months.

  9. This movie is very foolish.
    This film pretends to respect diverse cultures. For example, forest people and sea people do not understand each other at first, but they get to respect each other afterwards. However, the whaling culture is completely denied in this film. If you respect diverse cultures, this is totally incoherent and stupid.
    In other words, this is the idea that James Cameron respect and cherishes a culture that he can understand and like, but it is okay to kill all savages with a culture that he does not understand. Actually, this is the very idea of ​​the villain Colonel Quaritch. The villain, Colonel Quaritch, thinks it's okay to kill all the blue guys in Pandora. But he cares about his subordinates. In other words, James Cameron and Quaritch have exactly the same logic.
    The filmmakers don't realize this, and the people who appreciate this movie don't.
    Just a stupid movie.

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