Pure hype! Critics put Avatar: The Sense of Water through the clouds: “It’s light years better than the first one”

In just over a week we will clear up any doubts and we will know if the long wait for Avatar: The Sense of Water it has lowered the hype of the public or, on the contrary, it has maintained it and even increased it. But for now we have the impressions of the first journalists and influencers who have been able to see the production. The result could not be better, although as always it is convenient to be cautious before these first reactions on the 20th Century Studios feature film.

From 3DJuegos, notebook in hand, we compile several evaluations of the tape that we have seen on social networks. So in general terms, the production values ​​of the film are highlightedbut also the cast of the film and its story, which bets to be even more heartbreaking than the original film.


Avatar: The Sense of Water is a visual spectacle that seems to have no end. It has a better and more complex story than the first, with solid emotions, but the characters could use some more growth. It is certainly long and is based on incredible techniques and visual effects that are the best seen in 3D.

Erik Davis

Happy to say that watching Avatar: The Water Sense has been phenomenal! Bigger, better, and more emotional than Avatar, the film is visually stunning, visceral, and compelling. The history, the show, the spirituality, the beauty: this is cinema and the art of telling good stories at its best.

david erlich

Imagine being naive enough to bet against James Cameron, Sigourney Weaver as teenage alien, or giant whales subtitled on papyrus. It’s light years above the first and is easily one of the best theatrical experiences in years.

Nikki Novak

If you think you’ve seen Avatar, think again. The only thing it repeats from the original tape is that awe of ‘I’ve never experienced anything like it’. Better than the first? Easily. The 3D water world and creatures are so surreal that they are downright moving. There is a great tribute to Titanic.

drew taylor

I’ve seen Avatar: The Sense of Water twice and am exhausted by both its technical mastery and its unexpectedly intimate emotional reach. Yes, the world is expanded and sequels are advanced, but the characters are the most important. Cameron is in top form, especially in the last act. I’m glad to have you back.

Kara Warner

As an Avatar fan, I had high hopes for The Sense of Water, and for me, it has delivered. Yes, she’s a bit long, but it’s worth it for the wonderful visuals and the wonderful new characters of her. What a thrill!

There are many reviews out there about Avatar: The Sense of Water, but in general terms this seems to be the general feeling of the first viewers to see this production, which will hit theaters in Spain on December 16.

What is Avatar: The Sense of Water about?

Set over a decade later of the events of the first film, Avatar: The Sense of Water begins by telling the story of the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri and their children), the problems that haunt them, what they have to do to stay safe, the battles they they fight to stay alive and the tragedies they suffer. Thus, a very underwater story is expected.

If after seeing the film this December 16 you are left wanting more, you will be happy to know that this universe will soon expand in video games with up to two productions: Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Y Avatar: Reckoning.

Pure hype! Critics put Avatar: The Sense of Water through the clouds: “It’s light years better than the first one”