Hello everyone, I hope all is well with you. I’ve had a busy week of work, writing, and running. The holidays are done and we’re settling in for a hibernation period at the Orchards. As I write this post, I’m sitting in front of the fire all snuggled in under my blanket. But enough about that.
Today, I’d like to talk about the movie I saw last weekend with my kids and some extended family. It was the new Avatar movie. It’s titled: “Avatar: The Way of Water.” It was amazing.
It’s three hours long, but it didn’t seem that long. There wasn’t a time when I was in the theater that I looked at my watch and wondered how much longer. I was able to see it in 3D, and it made the experience that much more vivid.
It’s the next chapter in Jake Sully’s life as a married man on Pandora. I must take a moment and say Pandora is a beautiful planet. The forests and the oceans are breathtaking, but I digress. Jake has a family. He has four kids, and he has to disappear in order to protect them from the sky people. I don’t want to give you to many more details because I don’t want to spoil it for you.
It was well written, and the storyline was believable. I would recommend taking your kids to this one. Mine enjoyed it just as much as I did.
So, there you have it. My thoughts on the new Avatar movie. Go see it! You’ll be glad you did! How about you? Any movie recommendations you can give me? I’m always looking for entertainment. 😊
9 thoughts on “My Thoughts on the New Avatar Movie”
Nice review! My mom and I enjoyed this a few weeks ago. 🍿
Thanks for stopping by, Michele! I’m glad you enjoyed it. I know I did! 🙂
You’re welcome. Thanks for the blog visits. We had a nice time.
Gotta see this one! Watched the trailer. Thanks for sharing, Lisa! Cheers!
You’re welcome! Thanks for stopping by! 🙂
I’ve been wanting to take my boys to that one–and also to the Pinocchio movie. I’m the only one who wants to see the Whitney Houston bio pic, so I’ll probably wait for that one.
Your boys will love this one. It’s kind of long but I didn’t have any trouble sitting through it. 🙂
Glad you enjoyed this second Avatar, Lisa. Certainly the kind of movie best seen in the theater. Amazing experience. Looking forward to seeing it again soon. I also agree the running time of the film was a non-issue…didn’t feel long…and that in itself is an achievement. Anyone “on the fence” about seeing this should get off the fence and go!
Absolutely! I’m glad you enjoyed it too! 🙂