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  1. 1. Avatar: The Way of Water premiered in London
  2. 2. Avatar 2 is so visually stunning

'Never Bet Against James Cameron': Explanation-Avatar 2 First Reaction

Fans of James Cameron's "Avatar" movie celebrated a special day today. The sequel, which has been in the works for a very long time, recently had its world premiere. The initial reviews of the movie are already being received favorably through the customary channels, as was to be expected.
"Never bet against James Cameron," says the official press and notable people who saw "Avatar: The Way of Water" at the London premiere or at screenings around the world. What exactly is this? Here's how it works. What is this? Here is the explanation.

1. Avatar: The Way of Water premiered in London

Avatar: The Way of Water was finally unveiled to some members of the media on Tuesday as the film premiered in London. The Avatar sequel comes 13 years after James Cameron’s original record-breaking epic and if the first reviews are anything to go by, fans will feel it was worth the wait.
IndieWire Chief Film Critic David Ehrlich wrote on Twitter: “lol imagine being dumb enough to bet against James Cameron. or teen alien Sigourney Weaver. or giant whales subtitled in papyrus. light years better than the first & easily one of the best theatrical experiences in ages. streaming found dead in a ditch.”

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Uproxx writer Mike Ryan raved: “Yeah never bet against James Cameron. Trying to spare hyperbole, but I’ve never seen anything like this from a technical, visual standpoint. It’s overwhelming. Maybe too overwhelming. Sometimes I’d miss plot points because I’m staring at a Pandora fish.”

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2. Avatar 2 is so visually stunning

Obviously we all knew it was going to be visually stunning. So that’s no surprise really. But some saying it’s better than the first? Guess we’ll all find out when “Avatar: The Way of Water” hits theaters December 23rd, 2023.
Happy Sad Confused host Josh Horowitz wrote: “James Cameron once again shows filmmakers how it’s done. I’ve said it a thousand times. Never doubt him. Avatar: The Way of Water is how you do epic blockbuster-ing. Emotional, visceral, and as big as movies get.”
“I had faith James Cameron would raise the bar with the effects but these visuals are mind-blowing,” Collider’s Peri Nemiroff added. “One stunning frame after the next.”

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However, there was at least one voice who wasn’t so impressed – Peter Bradshaw from The Guardian. Going against the grain, Bradshaw tweeted: “Avatar: The Way Of Water is a silly, soggy, motion-smoothed epic of solemnity without a single interesting visual image.”
The first wave of feedback comes a few days after the film’s first review was delivered by Oscar-winning director Guillermo Del Toro.

Never Bet Against James Cameron

The Spanish filmmaker called Avatar: The Way of Water “a staggering achievement” after seeing it last month. “It is chockfull of majestic Vistas and emotions at an epic, epic scale,” he tweeted, calling Cameron “a master at the peak of his powers”.
The film runs for three hours and ten minutes and is said to be one of the three most expensive films of all time. It will tell the Sully family's story, beginning with "the trouble that follows them, the lengths they go to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive, and the tragedies they endure." is a website that provides you with Entertainment updates and creative ideas to brighten your day. Don’t hesitate to visit our site to know more about updated celebrity and entertainment news.
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