Avatar: The Way Of Water Review:

James Cameron Thinks With 10 Brains & A Heart Straight Out Of A Bollywood Family Drama

Cameron is not hell-bent on revamping the world entirely just because he has more money and means, but he is dedicated to telling you the story of the characters he has developed so well.

What's Good?

He goes into a zone where it almost feels like you are in a pram and James has the handle to navigate you through this world. It is also good but a lot over simplifying in parts.

What's Bad?

A filmmaker is back with his crown jewel after over a decade. Even in dull moments, you have no right to even shift your focus.

Loo Break:

You either watch or watch, simple!

Watch or Not?

James Cameron wants his emotions to be the core even if it looks dramatic and unapologetic filmmakers are all we need

The music is just perfect and examining the technicalities of the visual department is way beyond the expertise of more than half of population of this planet.

Avatar: The Way Of Water is a very personal movie that doesn’t try to please the audience but be content with itself. James Cameron wants his emotions to be the core even if it looks dramatic and unapologetic filmmakers are all we need.

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Avatar: The Way Of Water review with all the nitty-gritty details! Review by: Shubham KulkarniR