Flick In A Limerick

The Na’vi community are forced to relocate
When under attack after the fall of hells gate
To escape this old threat
A tribe must get wet
In a war against humans to return to their natural state

Shot Caller – James Cameron

Role Play ( Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Kate Winslet)

Nose Candy

“The most dangerous thing about Pandora is that you may grow to love her too much.”

“A Marine can’t be defeated. You can kill us, but we’ll just regroup in hell.”

“I know you’re all asking the same question: Why so blue?”

“This is not a squad. It is a family.”

“I will kill you as many times as I have to.”

“If you fight they will destroy you and everything that you love.”

“Wherever we go, this family is our fortress.”

“The People say all energy is borrowed and someday you have to give it back.”

“The way of water has no beginning and no end.
Our hearts beat in the womb of the world.
Water connects all things, life to death, darkness to light.
The sea gives and the sea takes.”

Style Points

+Digital art achievement
+First rain forest shootout ambush
+Payakan first saves Lo’ak
+Marine biologist tulkun hunt revelation
+Tree of Souls dream sequence
+Underwater kids chase scene
+Arm rip off
+Na’vi vs Human third act sea/ship battle

Money Shot

Knife fight on sinking ship

The Big Finish

Over a decade in the making Avatar: Way of the Water is a wet dream come true. The 3D technology is a huge upgrade from its predecessor and is truly a cinematic achievement. From the blue people, foreign language and alien whales, the graphics are beautiful and this world is immersive. Visionary James Cameron has a love of water and really knows how to sink a ship. Zoe Saldana brings it with a great performance and provides a level of human emotion that is needed in this universe. Especially since there is absolutely no sympathy for children or animals in this movie. The run time for this much anticipated sequel is very long running over 3 hours. The middle act dragged with all of the playing with whales scenes. Similar to the films tag line “The way of water has no beginning and no end” The movie really embodies that. There is no real plot development as the same characters continued to get kidnapped. It really seemed like a bridge into the next chapters of this franchise. Riding the wave of success the second installment of Avatar is mesmerized and must be witnessed just to say you were there for the moment.

-Caleb Harris

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