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Overall B

For one hundred years the Fire Nation has been at war with the Air Nomads, the Water Tribes and the Earth Kingdom. The only hope these groups have for survival is 12-year-old Aang (Noah Ringer), who is believed to be the "Avatar." This title denotes a person with the ability to bend or manipulate all four elements and restore peace and balance. This movie is based on a popular Nickelodeon TV series.

Violence C+
Sexual Content A
Profanity A
Substance Use A

MPAA Rating: PG for fantasy action violence.

Why is The Last Airbender rated PG?

Official MPAA Rating: The Last Airbender is rated PG for for fantasy action violence.

Please read our content details for this movie to help determine if it is suitable for members of your family. We also encourage you to check our full review and our movie information page.

Violence: Frequent battles are depicted using martial arts techniques, various primitive weapons and supernatural powers, however only one person appears to be killed in them and few are seen injured. People the Fire Nation has killed in the past are mentioned, and one of these characters is seen alive in flashbacks. Human skeletons are portrayed. A brief shot shows blood on a man’s face. A person is asked to sacrifice their life for the good of others. People are imprisoned because of their ability to bend elements. Some supernatural creatures are depicted. Characters are often in peril.

Sexual: A brief kiss is shown.

Language: No profanities were noted.

Drugs/Alcohol: No drug or alcohol use or depictions were noted.

The Last Airbender
Canadian Movie Ratings
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG Violence.
Alberta PG
Manitoba PG Violence.
Ontario PG Violence, Not Recommended for Young Children
Quebec G
Martimes PG
Canadian Home Video PG