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Avatar: The Way of Water on Digital Now!

Thanks to 20th Century Studios Home Entertainment and CC-PR for providing a digital code to view this movie. All thoughts are my own. 

Avatar: The Way Of Water is available exclusively to purchase on Digital now! This 2022 James Cameron sequel picks up 14–16 years later in Pandora. Jake Sully and family must battle to protect their home after the RDA returns and threatens their existence. Earth is dying, and the RDA wants to overtake Pandora.. and find Jake Sully. Follow the Sully's adventures as they figure out what family and home means to them. 

The movie opens with a brief history of Jake's time on Pandora, his current family situation, and then dives into the RDA's desire to take hold of Pandora plus capture Jake Sully. The rest of the film is dedicated to how Sully tries to protect his family, hides from the RDA, finds a new home, and even keep his new tribe safe while standing up for his beliefs. Ultimately, with the help of his new tribe, he and his family survive but not without heartache and bloodshed. Plus, they discover some pretty cool creatures and properties of Planet Pandora's ocean while finding a new home along the way. 

Avatar: The Way of Water is the third-highest grossing film of all time and has been nominated for numerous awards, including Best Picture.  Out of four nominations, the film won Best Visual Effects of the Academy Awards. It's no wonder because the visual effects for this moving are outstanding! 

From the opening credits through the ending scenes, I felt like I was viewing this film up close and personal. The features of the characters are very pronounced as well as the effects of fire, water, storms, fighting, and even the majestic sea creatures! 

During some scenes, we could even see the water beading off of both characters and sea creatures, such as when the Tulkun emerged from the water! I am in awe at the sea life, the characteristics and features of the Na'vi tribes, and even the weaponry used in warfare. 

This movie has it all: love, family loyalty, and of course, torture and violence. While I don't want to give away all the special details, there are some pretty cool moments in this film: the introduction of a new Na'vi people and its culture, the marine life (hello large Tulkun), and the fierce love of the Sully family. 

The movie contains some very real things we deal with in everyday life: cultural differences, cultural animosity, the effects of a family trying to fit into a new community, and the desired power from those that dare take it and cause war over it. These things are hard for us to admit in our own society, but it gives us great starting points to talk about with our friends and family. 

I found myself feeling and caring about the Sully family as they try to escape from the "Sky People" and find a new home with the Na'vi water clan known as the Metkayina. I could feel their fear, their hesitation, their strength, and their loyalty to each other as they learn the ways of the water. I could also feel their grief as they lose one of their own, as they battle their beliefs of wrong versus right, and their realization that at the end of the battle, they are finally home. 

I would definitely recommend watching Avatar: The Way of Water with your teens, adult children, or friends. I might have second thoughts about letting my younger children watch, but that's really a parental responsibility you will need to decide.  It's PG-13 rating is rightly given, but it contains more than just violence, language, and nudity. It contains a story about loyalty, about forgiveness, about trust, about finding a way to live life despite the pain every family encounters. 

Butter your popcorn and find your favorite candy, because at 3.12 hours long, you will need some sustenance! I haven't sat through a film this long in a while, so there were portions where my mind and thoughts drifted, but overall, the storyline is captivating, the scene shots were amazing, and the customized effects kept my attention to the end. 

You and your family will discover how "The Way of Water has no beginning and no end. The sea is your home before your birth and after your death. Water connects all things. Life to death. Darkness to Light."  

Go purchase Avatar: The Way of Water on Digital Now and have a movie ready for viewing when the next rainy day pops up! 



This digital exclusive includes 3 hours worth of bonus features: including insider information on the creation of Pandora and its characters along with special highlights of the cast, crew, and filming techniques used in Avatar: The Way of Water. 


Product Specifications

Street Date
Digital: March 28

Product SKUs
Digital: 4K UHD, HD, SD

Feature Run Time
Approx. 192 minutes

Rating
U.S. Rated PG-13
**For sequences of strong violence and intense action, partial nudity, and some strong language

Aspect Ratio
Digital: 1.85

U.S. Audio
Digital: English 5.1/2.0, English Atmos (for some platforms), English 7.1 (for some platforms),
English AD, French (for some platforms), Spanish (for some platforms)

U.S. Subtitles
Digital: English SDH, French (for some platforms), Spanish (some platforms)

Directed by James Cameron

Produced by James Cameron, Jon Landau

Executive Produced by David Valdes, Richard Baneham

Screenplay by James Cameron, Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver

Story by James Cameron, Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, Josh Friedman, Shane Salerno

Cast
Sam Worthington as Jake Sully
Zoe SaldaƱa as Neytiri
Sigourney Weaver as Kiri
Stephen Lang as Colonel Miles Quaritch
Kate Winslet as Ronal
Cliff Curtis as Tonowari
Jamie Flatters as Neteyam
Britain Dalton as Lo’ak
Trinity Jo-Li Bliss as Tuk
Jack Champion as Spider
Bailey Bass as Tsireya
Joel David Moore as Dr. Norm Spellman
CCH Pounder as Mo'at
Edie Falco as General Frances Ardmore
Jemaine Clement as Dr. Ian Garvin
Brendan Cowell as Scoresby
Giovanni Rabisi as Parker Selfridge

Directed by James Cameron

Produced by James Cameron, Jon Landau

Executive Produced by David Valdes, Richard Baneham

Screenplay by James Cameron, Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver

Story by James Cameron, Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, Josh Friedman, Shane Salerno


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