‘Avatar: La via dell’acqua’: le prime reazioni della critica sono entusiaste

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Prime, entusiastiche reazioni della stampa internazionale per Avatar: La via dell’acqua, attesissimo sequel scritto e diretto da James Cameron che arriva nelle sale ben tredici anni dopo il debutto del primo capitolo del 2009, campioni d’incassi senza precedenti nella storia del cinema.

Di seguito la sinossi ufficiale di Avatar: La via dell’acqua e alcune delle reaction più significative su Twitter. Il sequel di James Cameron debutterà nelle sale italiane a partire da mercoledì 14 dicembre:

Jake Sully vive con la sua nuova famiglia sul pianeta Pandora. Ma quando una vecchia, familiare minaccia torna ad affacciarsi per terminare quel che era stato iniziato un tempo, Jake dovrà nuovamente collaborare con Meytiri e l’esercito dei Na’vi per proteggere il loro incredibile pianeta. Jake e Naytiri saranno pertanto costretti a lasciare la loro casa ed esplorare varie regioni di Pandora.

Fonte: IndieWire

Avatar The Way of Water: 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.

— david ehrlich (@davidehrlich) December 6, 2022

#AvatarTheWayOfWater is pretty incredible. I had faith James Cameron would raise the bar w/ the effects but these visuals are mind-blowing. One stunning frame after the next. But the thing I dug most is how the technical feats always feel in service of character & world-building. pic.twitter.com/MXeN3z8BnP

— Perri Nemiroff (@PNemiroff) December 6, 2022

Happy to say #AvatarTheWayOfWater is phenomenal! Bigger, better & more emotional than #Avatar, the film is visually breathtaking, visceral & incredibly engrossing. The story, the spectacle, the spirituality, the beauty – this is moviemaking & storytelling at its absolute finest. pic.twitter.com/RicnpDghrx

— Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) December 6, 2022

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. @officialavatar

— Josh Horowitz (@joshuahorowitz) December 6, 2022

James Cameron & Co. deliver yet another riveting, awe-inducing masterclass in world-building with #AvatarTheWayOfWater . Immersive, emotionally engaging & epically entertaining, it’s a thrilling ride. CG artifice melts away where we’re just watching the characters’ humanity steer pic.twitter.com/6CksGpEumJ

— Courtney Howard (@Lulamaybelle) December 6, 2022

AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER: 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

— Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) December 6, 2022

AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER was a visual splendor. At times breathtaking, other times intense. Round 2 of Quaritch VS. Jake Sully kept me on the edge of my seat. Massive & action-packed. This year’s biggest most cinematic thrill-ride adventure#AvatarTheWayofWater #Avatar #Avatar2 pic.twitter.com/IlKe041nTd

— Rama’s Screen (@RamasScreen) December 6, 2022

James Cameron’s #AvatarTheWayOfWater is a monumental filmmaking achievement striking a great balance between technical & emotional. The 48fps 3D experience features some of the most jaw-dropping immersion I’ve ever seen. Felt like a kid again watching T2 for 1st time. Astounding. pic.twitter.com/cfiMADJzU4

— Kevin McCarthy (@KevinMcCarthyTV) December 6, 2022


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