James Cameron “has done it again” with Avatar 2: The Sense of Water, a “visual masterpiece” better than the original

MADRID, 7 Dec. (CulturaOcio) –

will be the December 16 when it hits theaters Avatar: The Sense of Watersequel to the 2009 film. Some experts have already been able to see James Cameron’s film, that it has turned out very well in their first reactions.

“I’m glad to say that Avatar: The sense of water is phenomenal. Bigger, better and more emotional than Avatar, the film is visually stunning, visceral and incredibly fascinating. The history, the show, the spirituality, the beauty: this is filmmaking and storytelling at its best“, Erik Davis of Fandango and Rotten Tomatoes wrote on Twitter.

“James Cameron and company offer another captivating and impressive world-building masterclass with Avatar: The Sense of Water. Immersive, emotionally engaging, and epically entertaining, it’s a thrill ride. The artifice of computer graphics fades away and we’re just seeing the humanity of the characters,” revealed expert Courtney Howard.

“As expected, Avatar: The Water Sense is a visual masterpiece with rich use of 3D and stunning views. suffers from a short story and too many characters juggling, but James Cameron pulls off an extraordinary final act full of emotion and action,” said Ian Sandwell, editor of Digital Spy.

“Avatar: Water Sense is pretty incredible. I had faith that James Cameron I would raise the bar with the effectsbut these pictures are amazing. One impressive frame after another. But what I liked the most is how technical feats are always in the service of character and world building“, commented Perri Nemiroff of Collider.

“As someone who liked Avatar but didn’t love it, Let me tell you that Avatar: The Sense of Water has impacted me. Far superior in pictures, storytelling, and performances, the sequel blew me away throughout its entire runtime. James Cameron is the god of sequels,” said journalist Jake Hamilton.

“Yes, never bet against James Cameron. Trying to avoid hyperbole, but I’ve never seen anything like it. from a technical and visual point of view. She is overwhelming. Maybe too overwhelming. Sometimes I miss plot points because I’m looking at a fish from Pandora,” added Uproxx’s Mike Ryan.

Avatar: The Water Sense Might Be James Cameron’s Sweetest, Gentlest And Most Personal Movie. Possibly even the most emotional. She reviews all of her greatest hits, but always with complete sincerity. He never leaves Pandora. He loves this family. In the end, I love her tooVulture’s Bilge Ebiri concluded.

Written by Cameron Along with Josh Friedman, the cast of the film includes Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Kate Winslet, Sigourney Weaver, Giovanni Ribisi, Michelle Yeoh, Oona Chaplin and Stephen Lang, among others. It has already been confirmed that the franchise will have at least three more movies.

James Cameron “has done it again” with Avatar 2: The Sense of Water, a “visual masterpiece” better than the original