Avatar 2 Movie Review

3.5 / 5.0

Avatar 2” is scripted and directed by James Cameron. The screenplay is co-scripted by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver. James Cameron and Jon Landau produced the film on a large scale. Russell Carpenter handled the camera, and Stephen E Rivkin, David Brenner, John Refoua, and James Cameron edited the film. Simon Franglen composed the music. Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Kate Winslet, Cliff Curtis, and Joel David Moore are seen in pivotal roles. In addition, Britain Dalton, Trinity Jo-Li Bliss, Bailey Bass, Filip Geljo, Duane Evans Jr, Matt Gerald Alicia Vela-Bailey, CJ Jones, Jack Champion, Joel David Moore, Dileep Rao, Giovanni Ribisi, Edie Falco, Brendan Cowell, Jemaine Clement are seen in the supporting roles.


Jake Sully becomes one of the Navi people and is now the leader of Omaticaya on Pandora planet. Colonel Miles Quaritch, who Neytiri killed, is resurrected and has been searching for Jake Sully, who was the reason for his death. Knowing this, Jake escapes with his family and moves to an area where the Metkayina clan lives. Miles Quaritch sets a huge army to destroy Jake Sully and his people. Who won the war, Metkayina or Humans? The rest of the film speaks about this.

Star Performance

Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, and Kate Winslet did what was required of them.


The film starts a bit slow and makes the audience turn their heads. But, after the story begins, the film moves faster until the pre-climax portions. The climax portion is too lengthy and tests patience. Usually, we’ve watched movies with the climax portions for a maximum of 20 minutes. But, Avatar 2’s climax takes 45 minutes, which is the main reason the audience loses their patience. The length of the film should have been cut short. The VFX works are fantastic and are really a visual treat to the audience. The BGM gels well with the story, and the tiny sounds are much more impressive. The film is excellent with its production and technical values.

What’s There?

  • The performances of the stars are good
  • The film is technically sound

What’s Not There?

  • The length of the film is a big minus point
  • The climax portions should have been trimmed


For the people, who loved Avatar and expected the same in the sequel, it might disappoint them in terms of length. But, the new cute avatars and the script impress the audience. So, if you go to the theatres without many expectations, you will like the film.