Ex-Marine Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) has become a Navi on the moon, Pandora, raised a family with Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña), and become the leader of the Omatikaya clan. But the calm is short-lived. Profit-hungry people land on Pandora again. Their goal is not only to mine the valuable mineral unobtainium but to colonize the entire moon in order to make it the new home of mankind.
Of course, Jake, who has gone rogue, shouldn’t interfere again with their mission. To bring him down, Recoms hunt him down. They are autonomous avatars that carry the memories of the people whose DNA was used to create them. This combat force is led by Recom Colonel Miles Quaritch (Stephen Lang). To protect his family and clan, Jake flees to a water clan with Neytiri and their children Neteyam (James Flatters), Lo’ak (Britain Dalton) and Tuk (Trinity Jo-Li Bliss), and the adopted Kiri (Sigourney Weaver). But are they really safe there?
With Avatar: The Way of Water, James Cameron brings us back to Pandora in craftsmanship and action-technical perfection. The effects blow your mind once again and the underwater scenes are breathtaking – no pun intended. However, some of the plots seem desperately twisted, and what’s more, Cameron and his writing team struggle to juggle the many characters – especially the child characters. Nonetheless, it’s a must-see film for the stunning visuals and spectacular action on the big screen.