Avatar: The Way of Water Review: After a wait of 13 years, James Cameron finally shows up to Pandora with the second installment of the Avatar film series. To begin, I would want to remark on one aspect of the film, and that is the fact that it is excellent and brilliant. The computer-generated imagery appears better than it did in the previous film, and we can also claim that it looks the greatest of all.
Sam Worthington‘s Jake Sully and Zoe Saldaña‘s Neytiri are just as in the first film, Jake becomes the chief of the Omaticaya and raises a family with Neytiri, including his sons Neteyam, Lo’ak, and Tuk, and his adopted daughter Kiri (born from Grace Augustine’s inert Na’vi avatar). The humans eventually came back to Pandora to occupy the planet and built a new primary command center there called Bridgehead City. Quaritch has been cloned as a Na’vi, and he has been uploaded with his template’s memories from before he died. He is one of the new arrivals. The rest of the story continues on Pandora’s eastern seaboard.
Cameron, just told in an interview he won’t return to direct Avatar 4 and 5. If he does not, it will be very difficult to watch. If he does not, it will be very challenging to see what happens next. Because the results of his efforts over many years are seen in The Way of Water. The budget for the movie is somewhere in the range of $350–400 million, but you should be prepared to make $3 billion at the box office.