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the first movie had a medium story, hope this sequence will make a better balance between the 3D concept and the screenplay.



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Looks alright, but im more hyped for Avatar 3: Fire.



Looks spectacular visually.. which shouldn't be too much of a surprise, from a James Cameron movie. Wasn't massively big on the first one though did watch it a couple of times in the cinema. It was enjoyable experience iirc in 3D (lol). Saying that, I'll definitely be watching this on the big screen come December.

Bit strange as its been such a long time since Avatar 1 lol. Would've way preferred if he worked on something I really want a revival in.. Aliens being one of them.

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Not a massive fan of that trailer. I've still got high hopes for it but it does look like its retreading old ground. For example I'd love for them to be facing a domestic threat or something outside of the human military



Definitely not as much wow factor as the first film, which goes to show you how far ahead of its time that was but also the effect of diminishing returns. CG is already so close to photorealism it's hard to show significant gains any more. Visuals still look great, though.

Jpcc86 said:

Looks alright, but im more hyped for Avatar 3: Fire.

But earth comes after water.



Looks amazing. Watched the first one at least a dozen times (but not in theaters).
Can't wait. Waited literally two thirds of my life.



Looks visually stunning but I really hope this one has better writing than the first. The first film really suffered due to its bland story and 1 dimensional characters.



James Cameron did Aliens and Terminator 2: judgement Day. The man's an expert at sci-fi action sequels.

James Cameron did Titanic and Avatar. The man knows how to take a simple story and execute it with a certain flair that makes it appealing to all audiences.

James Cameron did The Abyss and titanic. the man knows his water.

The first movie is still gorgeous to look at, and special effects have only gotten better since then.

Avatar is a hill I'm willing to die on (I think that the derivative story doesn't detract from the message it was conveying or the experience the movie gave audiences), and now that it's a sequel and doesn't need to be a derivative story, I've got nothing but excitement for this. I just hope we don't get the same old nonsense 'Avatar has no cultural impact' hot takes anymore. movie's still the highest grossing film of all time (with a re-release), and I see at least a billion and a half in this film's future. I'd almost go out on a limb and say 2 billion worldwide. I think this will be the Spider-Man No Way Home of 2022. My body is ready.



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