Sulli’s family is Hana Avatar 2 family’s reflection on their growth
The movie Avatar: The Road to Water, which once again heralded a global syndrome by maintaining the overwhelming number one box office at the end of this year due to its unrivaled success, is being chosen by many as the only family film at the end of the year.
James Cameron’s “Avatar: The Way of Water,” the sequel to James Cameron’s “Avatar,” which is ranked No. 1 in worldwide box office with innovative technology in 2009, is the first film in 13 years
It is a story of the ruthless threat posed by the family of Jake Sully (Sam Washington) and Natilly (Joe Saldana) on Pandora’s planet, the long journey and battle to leave to survive, and the wounds to endure.
In addition to the overwhelming visual beauty, “Avatar: The Road to Water” is stimulating the tears of many audiences, including family stories and sympathetic messages. Jake Sully, a soldier who is misunderstood to be strict, but always thinks of his family before anyone else, and Natiri, a strong mother who gives infinite love to his children, shows a stronger and more mature side than the two in the previous movie “Avatar.”
The two people’s courageous actions, such as thinking about their families first in the face of crisis and moving to the sea, have gained infinite sympathy from the audience, and their children who do not go their way, but care for their parents, and their families growing up together in times of crisis leave a deep impression on many audiences.
The movie “Avatar: The Road to Water,” which is giving fun and emotion to the audience with family-oriented messages, is the only movie that families can watch together this winter, and will make the end of the year even warmer.
The only work “Avatar: The Road to Water” that should not be missed with its ecstatic visuals, magnificent scale, and epic family stories, is being screened in theaters across the country