Avatar 3D: Blu Ray Review
Released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Once more back into the world of Pandora for the 3D TV release of the film which was one of the biggest ever.
In case you've been living under a rock, Sam Worthington stars as crippled marine Jake Sully, who finds himself on the world of Pandora and thrust into the middle of a battle between the blue skinned natives and the colonists looking for a mineral called Raritanium.
It's the age old tale of redemption, discovery and love as the fight for the civilisation goes on and to be honest, you're either on board with this story and all its faults - or you're completely put off by the cliched writing, terrible dialogue and lack of distinct originality.
To be frank though, Avatar for me was never about the story - it was always about the visuals and the look of it and this latest release does much to boost that once again by embracing the technology currently on offer in the market place.
It's a relatively light package in terms of the extras (ie none) and is really more about launching the film into the 3D TV waters - so you've been warned if you don't have the technology, you may want to wait a little.
Extras: 3D version of the film, 2D version