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Avatar is the story of the paraplegic war veteran Jack Sulley. His life is about to be turned around when he inhabits an alien body known as an Avatar. His human consciousness is transferred into his Avatar in order for him to communicate with the native people; the Navi.
Jake soon finds himself torn between the needs of his own people and the culture of the Navi and general life on their planet, Pandora. He must fight for his own survival and what he believes is right.
Both discs have the theatrical cut of the film in 2D.
Disc 1 - Blu-ray Theatrical Film
Disc 2 - DVD Theatrical Film
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Big fan of Cameron's work since Aliens. This film was years in the making. And I am glad they didn't rush it. Yes the plot is a little weak but you can't help but get lost and immersed in the world of Pandora in all of it's CGI beauty. I for one would love to live there. Was a must see at the cinema. And a must have on DVD.
Avatar takes you outside the boundaries of your wildest imagination in a storyline created and Directed by James Cameron (Titanic,True Lies,Terminator 2...etc)...This has become the biggest grossing cinema release of all time and is a magnificent fantasy action adventure of humans trying to resource a rare mineral in Pandora a planet with an Alien type race called the Navi who are much bigger than the humans but operate within a much more spiritual world with a forest that has magical powers...Sam Worthington (Terminator Salvation) plays Jake a paraplegic marine who at the last minute has to take his brother's role in The Navi world in order to seek intelligence as a marine...Sigourney Weaver plays the chief scientist and linguist trainer of the Navi language or culture....Jake doesn't expect to fall in love with Neytir the daughter of the Navi Chief whose respect for plant life with animals presents a whole new world to Jake...What follows is a magical fantasy action adventure that only James Cameron in his genius way can create and direct....As for the blu-ray all I can say is "sublime" both in reference quality picture as well as unbelieveable HD sound....A must see film on a must see blu-ray which comes very Highly Recommended...Top Class
Avatar is definitely the best movie I have ever seen by far. As well as the great story line the film grasps your attention because of the effects, it seems so real and as the main role, actor Sam Worthington does a great job as he makes you feel as you are with him in the film portraying the avatar.
Wow. Just the best film I've seen in ages. I only wish I had 3d at home! Crippled soldier Jack gets a new lease of life as a blue skinned alien and begins to prefer his alternate exitence over his real one. And why not, because his bird is seriously hot, even if she resembles an over-sized smurf. Plenty of action, dazzling special effects. Avatar on blu-ray will be just fantastic, I can't wait!
It took years for James Cameron to bring his vision to the movies, and, for the most part, it was well worth the wait. Whilst the plot of Avatar is nothing special (greedy humans exploiting another planet for its mineral wealth with locals getting in the way), the result is such a stunning cinema experience that the lack of cerebral engagement can be easily forgiven. In 3d on the big screen, the visuals have to be seen to be believed, so impressive are they. How it translates to 2d on the TV in your living room remains to be seen but the high definition blu-ray experience will help to enhance the experience. The alien planet, flora and fauna and people look superb and totally convincing. The special affects set a new (very high) standard for movies of this sort, and it will be a while before they are bettered. If, by some miracle, you missed this at the movies, get yourself the blu-ray edition of Avatar and settle down for a few hours of rewarding visual stimulation.