The phenomenal film that returns to theaters in September 2022, James Cameron’s Avatar that once shocked the world of cinema will release the second part ‘The Way of Water’ at the end of 2022. The original 2009 film became a movie. Best science fi movie of the time and became the highest grossing film for several years before being superseded by ‘Avengers: Endgame’

Played by Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Michelle Rodriguez and Sigourney Weaver. Set in the mid-22nd century as humans colonize Pandora, the fertile moon of the gas giant planet in the Alpha Centauri star system, to mine the precious mineral unobtanium.

‘Avatar’ began in 1994, when Cameron wrote an 80-page handle for the film. Filming was supposed to take place after the completion of the 1997 film ‘Titanic’. ‘Avatar’ made extensive use of new motion capture techniques and was released in the traditional 3D view.

Summary of the movie Avatar (2009)

This movie is about a paralyzed ex-Marine named Jake Sully (Sam Worthington). Set in the year 2154, when the earth is in an energy crisis, Jake is the chosen one and assigned to go to the moon Pandora with Grace (Sigourney Weaver) and Norm (Joel David Moore).

Pandora is inhabited by the Na’Vi tribe of humanoid species. To visit the moon whose atmosphere is toxic to humans, Jake and the others must operate a hybrid ‘avatar’ of Na’Vi and humans.

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While collecting biological data, a killer attacked Jake and separated him from two of his colleagues. Jake, lost in the forest, is rescued by a Na’Vi woman named Neytiri (Zoe Saldana).

Great pictures spoil the eyes

Before diving into the review, one of the things that deserves appreciation is the epic visuals of ‘Avatar’. Released in 2009, a large enough budget was poured in to satisfy James Cameron’s imagination. These megaprojects, which tend to succeed in the market with fresh stories and plots, represent a new world.

Extraordinary 3D CGI from Pandora, starting from each detailed blue Avatar character, to a fantasy world setting complete with other wild creatures, makes us even more curious, what is hidden.

Review avatars

Before diving into the review, one of the things that deserves appreciation is the epic visuals of ‘Avatar’. Released in 2009, a large enough budget was poured in to satisfy James Cameron’s imagination. These megaprojects, which tend to succeed in the market with fresh stories and plots, represent a new world.

Extraordinary 3D CGI from Pandora, starting from each detailed blue Avatar character, to a fantasy world setting complete with other wild creatures, makes us even more curious, what is hidden.

From floating islands and Toruk figures, a flying dragon-like animal can be ridden. Each storyline explains the creatures and way of life of the Na’Vi in the Hometree, a Pandora tree, which is the main mission of Project Avatar.

It’s not just a matter of advanced technology discovering new worlds and planets. This time, ‘Avatar’ conveys the fictional world of Pandora by exploring it through Project Avatar’s new technique. All transitions from the world of humans and their avatars are beautifully illustrated with a forward flow.

Conflict between humans and the Na’vi

An exploration of Pandora with a captivating fantasy new world that makes it possible for a limited human mind to master it. You can guess what will happen from the conflict with Na’Vi.

Using advanced technology, humans have to use Avatar to adapt to the new environment is a big problem and becomes the Na’Vi’s advantage on Pandora. So this advantage will have an impact in the late game.

New worlds are introduced to us with many other creatures in them, such as discovering new planets with super beasts, on a larger scale with humans and animals that we normally see on Earth. .

Technology that bridges the gap between humans and Na’vi becomes the factor that makes Colonel Miles Quaritch’s mental power, played by Stephen Lang, a perfect fit. The facial expression is always fierce and firm, making this main villain very hated by his greed. Though he is on his mission, the success of his role brings the conflict between the humans and Na’Vi to a climax in this scramble for a new place to live.

Go slowly but surely

The premise unfolds with Jake, a paralysed soldier, engaging our emotions from the start. Jake Sully played by Sam Worthington is brilliant. Supported by Dr. Grace from Sigourney Weaver and Norm from Joel David Moore, making Jake’s character too conflicted in being in the human world and his Avatar.

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Paralyzed Jake really helped when he realized his dream of getting back into action with his legs intact in his avatar. While all the exploration of Jake’s avatar on Pandora, the conflict gradually unfolds to a climax with Colonel Miles’ deadly attack.

Complicated details are explained throughout the nearly 3 hours of the film. Unnoticeable, all the images are eye-popping, and Pandora’s exploration hypnotizes us into the world of Na’Vi and can imagine if we too lived among them. From there our emotions are tightened to bring about an unexpected climax.

Conclusion of the movie Avatar (2009)

Who does not know the splendor of the movie Avatar, which has dominated for nearly 10 years, becoming the highest-grossing film in the world? James Cameron’s work, with its sleek, beautiful CGI visuals, introduces a new world of Pandora to explore using fictional technology complete with detailed explanations. The simple premise of the main character, hemiplegic soldier Jake, forces our emotions into a deeper conflict.

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Although the main plot is quite complicated, each episode is presented gradually to the climax of the final war stemming from Colonel Miles’ greed. Two worlds collide, leaving deep scars. The sequel is also well worth the wait even in the long term.

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