Pandora is a beautiful planet, home to the peaceful, blue-skinned Na’vi. When paraplegic marine Jake Sully arrives from earth, he is enlisted by a mining corporation to help contrive a way to force the Na’vi to move away from their sacred home. To do this, Jake inhabits an "avatar" grown to be like the native race. As he embraces the Na’vi, he comes to love them, setting up an explosive showdown with the evil, militaristic corporation greedily seeking profit.

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ClearPlay cleans up a healthy amount of language and a handful of small bits with intense violence. While some partial nudity is ClearPlayed, the scantily clad natives are simply too ubiquitous and are left in nearly unedited. The film ClearPlays well but is probably too intense for the very young.

Should I Open Pandora’s Box?…

You know how one day your long time spouse or significant other shows up in new clothes, sporting a flashy new haircut, and you say, "Wow!" That’s Avatar. The story is a retread we’ve seen many times before in films like Dances With Wolves and The Last Samurai, but it’s never looked this good. The world of Pandora is vivid and stunning, and the action sequences are fantastic. If you’re one of the four or five people on the planet that has ignored Avatar for this long, give it a shot. The rest of you already know what I’m talking about.

Brian Fuller—ClearPlay Toruk Makto

Rated PG-13 for intense epic battle sequences and warfare, sensuality, language and some smoking.; 162 min; Directed By James Cameron