DVD - 2010
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The journey continues with the all-new Avatar extended collector's edition. See more, feel more, experience more of James Cameron's spectacular world of Avatar with the all-new three hour extended cut of the film with an alternate opening and over eight hours of never-before-seen materials.
Publisher: Beverly Hills, Calif. : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment : Lightstorm Entertainment, [2010]
Edition: Extended collector's ed
Branch Call Number: DVD SCIENCE FICTION/FANTASY Ava, 3 disc
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (162 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Jan 02, 2018

I saw this movie at the theater didn't enjoy it as much as I did at home with no distractions . good movie not the greatest of all time though.

Oct 12, 2017

not good >> saw it in 3-D in the theaters and we just laughed and waited for it too end

May 01, 2017

I must agree that this film could well have been half as long without all of that ridiculous and destructive shoot 'em up bang, bang military nonsense. I sure hope that the next four sequels already in the making will be more benign with an intelligent story line.
Still, I loved all the visual beauty and will view it again whilst fast forwarding through the boum, boum sequences.

Apr 19, 2017

I really liked this movie.

Jan 23, 2017

Stunning visuals combine with a story so generic it's impossible to tell if it was ripped off from another story, or not (many could be cited, but if you come across a classic science fiction short story about a physically disabled man who via technology is able to live a second life as a blue "leopard" on Jupiter, yes, that's the one I'm thinking of). I'm told several sequels are planned. Lord.

Set in the year 2151 - This visually spectacular (yet emotionally haywire) tale of a ruthless rape attempt (by humans) of the planet Pandora for its valuable resources and the near-annihilation of the Na'vi peoples (an indigenous humanoid species of said planet) borrowed heavily (I think) from the well-known story of Tarzan.

Of course, Avatar's story was set on a much greater scale than that of a mere Tarzan-like "jungle" tale - But, all the same, that's how it appeared to me.

Avatar's story also brought to mind the reality of Christopher Columbus's "discovering" of America in 1492 and his search for valuable resources and the devastating effect that that fateful incident had on all of the native peoples of both the American continents.

With a film of this one's striking visual magnitude, it's so easy for the viewer to be completely swept away by the sheer beauty and wonder of it all and to just allow the story to take a back seat for itself.

And that is exactly what happened here with Avatar. It, unfortunately, relied far too heavily on the splendour of its visuals to carry it through and that left us with a story that already had the wind clearly knocked out of its sails by the half-way point.

*Note* - Directed by James Cameron - Avatar's budget was $237 million..... (*Watch movie-trailer*)

Jan 06, 2017

its a good movie but a little bit boring AND FUNNY IT MAKES ME HAPPY

r2beat Nov 28, 2011

Very natural. We'll see.

Incinerated_Newt Mar 11, 2011

Boring...and way to long. The story was nothing new and nothing I could get into. The graphics were pretty, but not earth-shattering. Honestly, this movie could have been half the length.

Mar 10, 2011

only the best movie ever + tones of special features quite interesting to see the production

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