Avatar’s space whales are the best part of the trip to the land of the sea

The Way of Water will allow audiences to return to the distant, lush world of Pandora and spend a lot more time than the original avatar of 2009, and spend more time with the discovery and characters. But these days, Jake Sully and his family leave the jungle and come in for a sea trip. It's not my secret a moment.

Avatar: The Way of Water brings the audience back to the lush alien world of Pandora and spends more time than the original avatar from 2009. But this time, Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and his family go to the jungle and are going to sea. At that point, it’s no secret that James Cameron loves the ocean. Long sequences of the new film are dedicated to a panoramic tour of this strange sea, with its beautiful coral reefs and all the animals that live in them. There are new life forms all kinds, from stinging fish to floating jellyfish. But the space whales the tulkun are the opacifose, the most famous underwater creature that is far from the star of the movie.

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The tulkun look a lot like normal whales, but their mouths are smaller, their fins are a little crazy and their eyes have 4 ears. That was a truly heartfelt day. And oh, they’re apparently scolded, intelligent and able to communicate with the Navi. I like him.

After the first encounter with the Tulkun, the outcast whale leaves a rebellious Navi teenager with the same fate that doesn’t be an alien shark decoy. We don’t have any idea that the Navi can communicate directly with these walker creatures. Oh sure, they can do their entire connect-the-braid psychic vibe check with most of life on Pandora, but that’s on another level. The whale responds with Loak and the Tulkun.

More specifically, Loak asks Payakan -that’s the name of the whale, because yes, they’re their names), what happened to the Payakans severed fin. And, the Tulkun replies that the story’s too painful to tell. He is not in the language of Navi and makes melodious whale sounds with subtitles in his distinctive papyrus-like Avatar font. That makes it even better. It’s just so darn adorable to see human beings like animals, aliens or robots communicate through a sound or a beep and the person on the screen can still understand them. I call it the effect R2-D2.

Riff Navi culture lacks a ties between Loak and Payakan. The Tulkun and Navi are so intertwined they form deep, spiritual bonds. When the Tulkun pods return from the migration, it becomes an important event with all the Navis swimming out and reconnecting with their spirit siblings. They share stories and stories.

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This theory claims that Tulkun culture and Navi culture are connected through music, song and dance, explains Cameron in the film producer notes. The Metkayina clan, among others, would create tattoos expressing their family history on the Tulkun. The adult who wore the jubilee at age 14 have tattooed her body and hips, as he was seen in the past.

In this movie, we learn from the animals that hunt whales that Tulkun are a more intelligent species than humans and a more intelligent species of species and their ability to act and act as a self-made animals. Devine has a liquid in the brain that halts life, causing tragedy in their heart, because they want to kill them for profit. They are strong, gentle and wise creatures that we must protect and I appreciate them so much.

Their strong sense of morality makes the Tulkun even more compelling. Payakan is convicted by a young Tulkun group of trying to hide the human hunters who killed his mother. While he did not kill any Tulkun who followed him, he died trying and his group still holds him accountable. When he’s in the exile, he will have to live with all the two burdens of guilt and condemnation. That’s why he and Loak bond Loak feels like a non-confident because they don’t meet their father’s expectations.

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All of the sudden, the children’s sex of a wrongly understood child are a harp. But there is an added twist here: (1) a whale, a creature more elusive, rarer, and more powerful than a horse, (2) a lion, and (3) a super-intelligent, alien whale capable of shivering. Combine Free Willy with How to train your dragon made easy and throw it in the middle of the ocean on a distant planet, and you get something new to Loak and Payakans relationship. All friendship is more important than Loaks bow and it’s really amazing.

There are many good things about it: the Way of the Water. This magnificent landscape is gorgeous! The new Navi clan! The naive action! The whole final act, which basically says James Cameron, What if I recreated the scene from my movie titanic, where the boat is sinking, except that this time everyone is a blue alien. A word out for the truth is the Tulkun, but it will give the new watery world a lot to the Sully family, and help you to emphasize the coming-of-age story. What means more about growing up and finding yourself than to become acquainted with a mystical, misunderstood animal?

Tragic backstories and complex emotional stories appeal in any medium, and characters connecting through their tragic backstories and complex emotional arcs are important parts of any film. In this particular case, one of the characters is apparently a space whale. And those stories in which the space whales are, sufficiently sophisticated, to tell a tragic story about revenge and isolation and healing from it, are worth sharing, at least in my book.

Avatar: The Way of Water is now in cinemas.