After Earth

After Earth
After Earth




96 minutes


Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Will Smith and his real-life offspring Jaden explore the frequently tricky father-son relationship in this simple but action-packed sci-fi tale. Set on a future Earth that's long been vacated by humans, this effects-driven adventure sees emotionally distant general Cypher and his rebellious 13-year-old son Kitai battling for survival when their spacecraft crash-lands on the now hostile planet. With Cypher critically injured, their only chance of returning home is for Kitai to retrieve the ship's lost rescue beacon: a terrifying mission that involves a lengthy journey through unknown terrain that is heaving with deadly creatures. Love, trust and courage combine, as Kitai's heroism is pushed to the limits.


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Contains moderate threat, violence and injury detail

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