Avatar: The Way of Water is a gorgeous rehash of all the first film’s triumphs and failures

A blue humanoid being with feline features and a thick head of dreadlocks riding on the back of an animal in the middle of the ocean at night. In the background, you can see the moonlit sky and the moon’s reflected light bouncing off the surface of the water.
Jake Sully and his daughter Kiri floating in the ocean. | Image: Disney

James Cameron’s second Avatar movie is a visually stunning but narratively uninspired return to Pandora that drowns some of its best ideas in military morass.

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Author: Charles Pulliam-Moore