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‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ Review – One of Us

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Dec 17 2022

The crew is torn on the new chapter of James Cameron’s epic. Check out the One of Us crew’s Avatar: The Way of Water review.

It’s over a decade later (both in terms of the original film’s release and in the storyline), and Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and his wife Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña) have enjoyed a peaceful era, settling down with three children of their own, an adopted human child, and one ‘miracle baby’… the movie quickly steers away from the question.

But peaceful times are coming to an end as the colonizing humans are back in force and largely the same as last time, only now the dead baddies from the first film have had their pre-saved consciousnesses put into Na’vi avatars. Jake knows that their leader Colonel Quaritch (Stephen Lang), is out for his blood specifically, so he takes the fam and flies out to another part of Pandora where the Na’vi evolved to be more water-oriented. So Jake and fam have to adjust to the new culture and learn ‘the way of water’ while the ever-looming threat of the colonists looms.

Avatar: The Way of Water Review

Chris, Marco, and Wright take on this movie and are not all on the same page about it. Here’s where you learn that the clickbait article titles about how EVERYONE loves the new Avatar movie aren’t 100%.


  • Christopher Cox
  • Marco Noyola
  • Wright Sulek

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