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Overall B

Man was forced to flee Earth over 1000 years ago because the planet's plants and animals had become inhospitable to humans. Now Cypher Raige and his teenaged son Kitai (Will and Jaden Smith) have crash-landed in the hostile environment and it will take all their wits to survive.

Violence C-
Sexual Content A
Profanity B+
Substance Use A

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sci-fi action violence and some disturbing images

After Earth

The most recent home video release of this movie is October 8, 2013. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: After Earth

Release Date: 8 October 2013

After Earth releases to home video (Blu-ray/DVD/Ultraviolet Digital Copy) with the following extras:

- Featurette: A Father’s Legacy (Will and Jaden Smith on and off screen)

- Featurette: 1,000 Years in 300 Seconds (On Location with the Cast)

- Featurette: The Nature of the Future (A look at the landscapes and creatures of the film)

- XPRIZE After Earth Robotics Challenge winning video (The reveal of the winning team’s video, with an introduction by Jaden Smith as Kitai Raige)

Exclusive HD Content

- Featurette: Building a World (A glimpse into the creation of the After Earth universe)

- Featurette: Pre-Visualizing the Future (A next-generation approach to action sequences)

- Featurette: The Animatics of After Earth (Storyboards and animatics)

- Alternate Version of the Film’s Opening Sequence

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Real life father and son Will and Jaden Smith also acted together in The Pursuit of Happyness. Another space traveler lands on an Earth-like orb, but finds it inhospitable to humans in Planet Of The Apes (1968). Mankind was forced to leave their home due to poor ecological management in WALL-E. Director M. Night Shyamalan made a name for himself telling tales with strange twists with the movies The Sixth Sense and The Village.

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