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Year

2009

Duration

161 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

The Na'vi are a race of aliens under threat because a human corporation backed by their own private army are after a mineral which is only found in the Na'vi's home moon. Then Jake, an ex-marine, who enters the Na'vi's world as the controller of a part-human, part-Na'vi avatar, becomes a crucial ally in their fight to survive. Director James Cameron's mega-budget sci-fi adventure uses groundbreaking visuals to create an immersive experience that will make you feel like you're flying! The Na'vi language, created specifically for this film, comes with English subtitles.

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