Avatar: The Way of Water

Movie • 2022 • Sci-Fi  

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Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, learn the story of the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri, and their kids), the trouble that follows them, the lengths they go to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive, and the tragedies they endure.
This movie contains 56 potentially triggering events.
Your Triggers
Does the dog die?
235 supporters
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2
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96
0
there are no dogs in this movie, unless u count their toes lololol
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Unanswered Triggers
Is a woman brutalized for spectacle?
51 supporters
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Is there on-screen pooping?
25 supporters
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Are there end credit scenes?
20 supporters
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0
Is there throat mutilation?
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Is an LGBT+ person outed?
19 supporters
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0
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0
Yes
0
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Is there BDSM?
15 supporters
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0
Is someone abused with a belt?
14 supporters
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Yes
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A bad guy’s arm is cut off by a cable.
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Are there bedbugs?
12 supporters
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Abandonment
Yes
27
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4
4
Child is left behind to believe their father died--he comes back as one of the marines and they are reunited.
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Is an animal abandoned?
61 supporters
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1
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2
Abuse
Yes
6
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2
1
jdpamv
Miles Quaritch is emotionally/psychologically abusive and Jake Sully could be viewed as verbally abusive.
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jdpamv
Jake could be seen as verbally abusive to his children but is forgiven and loved by them. Spider saves his abusive father from dying but leaves him and doesn’t seem to forgive him. Not in a domestic sense but the Indigenous Na’vi forgive Jake Sully, a former white colonialist.
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Is someone stalked?
22 supporters
Yes
63
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28
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howdywrites
Main character and his family are being hunted down by the antagonists
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Is there domestic violence?
58 supporters
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6
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76
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passerby
No, depending on your opinion of the military. An ex-military man uses very militaristic language to speak to his children and while it protects their lives it clearly impedes their relationship with their father.
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Yes
11
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63
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ichasestarlight
There is brief gaslighting of a child in the beginning of the movie, and that child joins forces with the "bad" side in order to avoid torture.
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Is a child abused?
77 supporters
Yes
110
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5
8
A teenager is abused by people to get information. Several kids are restrained/kidnapped
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Addiction
2
howdywrites
There's a scene where medicine is administered but it's not drugs
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Is there addiction?
11 supporters
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1
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76
Yes
1
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73
4
One character mentions "this is why I drink", but that's the only time it's mentioned
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Animal
Were animals harmed in the making?
84 supporters
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10
Does a horse die?
60 supporters
Yes
34
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65
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howdywrites
Not an earth horse, but animals the characters ride like horses do die in several scenes
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
112 supporters
Yes
140
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1
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howdywrites
Very distressing scene of whale-like creatures being hunted and killed. It involves a mother and child animal dua too. When the antagonists agree to "go hunting", I would leave the room for about 20-30 minutes if these particular types of scenes are distressing to you
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Are animals abused?
132 supporters
Yes
152
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2
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Eratosthenese
There’s a long and traumatic scene in which one of the whale like creatures is brutally murdered. one of the underwater ikran creatures is executed by quaritch. The humans landing at the beginning causes massive fires in which animals are killed. Lots of fishing and killing fish. one of the whale like creatures kills a shark like creature. I would recommend planning on a bathroom break when the whaling expedition starts their hunt. Everything else is pretty short and easy to anticipate so you can look away.
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0
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96
Yes
133
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3
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Anonymous
Yes, dead Pandoran creatures equivilent to dolphins and whales are seen killed or dead. There is a scene where the humans enter the mouth of an already dead whale creature (see above) and they use some scary looking machines to drill into it's skull to extract a special liquid they want to sell. It was pretty hard to watch
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Is an animal sad?
51 supporters
Yes
5
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0
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Dogearth22
Yes, a large plot point is that a whale-adjacent animal is abandoned by its clan for committing a violent act, which is frowned upon by the animals species.
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Are rabbits harmed?
44 supporters
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0
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8
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
There are no rabbits.
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Does a cat die?
115 supporters
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0
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93
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
There are no cats.
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Does a pet die?
103 supporters
Yes
141
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8
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JJD
Considering the bonds between Na'vi and animal beings I'd say that the pet dies (but it's not a pet in the meaning of small animal kept in the house).
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Does a dragon die?
18 supporters
Yes
55
No
41
9
ichasestarlight
There are creatures the characters form bonds with that are similar in appearance to dragons, and those creatures die sometimes in the movie.
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Are there spiders?
34 supporters
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2
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84
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howdywrites
No though there are scenes with mechanical spider-like machines
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
No, but some sea creatures that look somewhat crocodilian. The Na'vi ride them. I wouldn't. :D
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Are there snakes?
13 supporters
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1
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76
0
An eel is killed.
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Are there sharks?
7 supporters
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Not exactly, but there's a very big, person-eating fish that for all intents and purposes might just as well be a shark.
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Are there bugs?
21 supporters
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47
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Ian.
Equivalent of mosquitoes buzzing around people's heads walking through the forest.
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Assault
Does a woman get slapped?
14 supporters
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3
Is someone drugged?
21 supporters
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1
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16
Is there pedophilia?
76 supporters
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0
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12
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passerby
No but a child character is meant to be seen as beautiful/desirable to the audience (as seen through the eyes of another child). It’s a little weird but no adult/kid relationship is real or implied.
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Yes
12
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7
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AnonymousFriends
No one is held underwater but the film is 75% in the water and there are underwater fight scenes
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Is rape mentioned?
48 supporters
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1
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12
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passerby
A dead character is said to have “mysteriously” been impregnated. Her corpse is treated as an incubator and her child is a teenager in the movie. The implications are not good.
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Yes
15
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1
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badgng
There’s a fight between them.
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Yes
109
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1
9
howdywrites
Many, many times. Happens all throughout the movie. Most of the characters restrained are children
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86
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DreadyBetty
There are moments where a soldier makes uncomfortable comments while a female character is trapped, but nothing actually happens. In another scene, a man slaps the butt of a woman.
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11
Bodily Harm
Yes
84
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4
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howdywrites
Yes, knives are used as weapons and characters are cut on the throat/chest primarily
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Yes
94
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0
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howdywrites
Happens throughout the movie since a large portion of it takes place under water
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Is there decapitation?
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4
Is there cannibalism?
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Yes
84
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Tosimplylive
Nothing bloody but many are killed by impacts.
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Is someone choked?
14 supporters
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1
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AnonymousFriends
A fight scene near the end of the movie has two Na'vi chocking each other
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Yes
64
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14
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Tosimplylive
I do not recall seeing any animals on fire as in the first avatar movie. But many are overcome by flames and assumed burned up.
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6
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63
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howdywrites
Some people die when a ship sinks, essentially burying them under water
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Is there body horror?
31 supporters
Yes
6
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22
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passerby
Several characters come to terms with drastic bodily changes, implying discomfort for a short while. They recover, do not discuss it, and move on.
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Is there amputation?
18 supporters
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2
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Deltawave
Brief blink and you’ll miss it moment, an arm gets cleanly cut off by a wire
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Yes
15
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58
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Ian.
Not when living but a guy crushes a skull in his hand.
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Is there Achilles Tendon injury?
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68
Is there a hanging?
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67
Yes
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5
6
People faint due to lack of oxygen while swimming, but they do not die
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Are any teeth damaged?
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0
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75
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charmedward
A few times various characters fall unconscious under water, but all are saved.
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35
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29
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jdpamv
Not the traditional definition but the skull of a skeleton is crushed.
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Yes
96
No
0
7
One character has epilepsy, a grand mal seizure is shown on screen
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Is there genital trauma/mutilation?
54 supporters
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78
Yes
1
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72
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passerby
No, but the counting of fingers is a prominent motif that denotes in-group/out-group membership.
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Is someone tortured?
63 supporters
Yes
86
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3
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Tosimplylive
A teenage boy is restrained while a large spinning device causes him to scream. No visual signs of harm except a small amount of blood from his nose.
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62
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Hrgood2017
No but someone falls down a canyon like area (doesn’t die or gets injured) if that can trigger you
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Ian.
The main Villan is briefly thought to have but flies up on a flying creature.
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3
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62
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Anonymous
Sometimes people are shot with arrows in the face and it looks like it might have entered the eye but you can’t tell because it never shows the wound
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Is someone stabbed?
8 supporters
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4
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0
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MaxA15
Theres is a scene with a whale like being. the animal is hunted and killed very graphically and they go inside the creatures mouth.
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Children
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howdywrites
Older children do but no babies
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Does a kid die?
33 supporters
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ichasestarlight
An older teen is killed, and his family (including young children) is there when he dies and is extremely affected by his death in a very realistic way.
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Yes
12
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55
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ichasestarlight
There is a very young girl who is shirtless and you can see her nipples, but it is never sexualized.
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Death
2
tinyturtle
It appears as if Jake is going to sacrifice himself, but he is interrupted
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Yes
14
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0
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Celesta
The eldest son of Jake and Neytiri is killed
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Yes
28
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1
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fishys
Multiple Na'vi die.
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Does someone die?
11 supporters
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0
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Yes, in battle or as a result of it. There's no old age or sickness.
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Disability
Is the r-slur used?
26 supporters
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1
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70
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Anonymous
No, but a child is called a freak when she acts differently than the other children.
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Drugs/Alcohol
Does someone overdose?
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0
No
65
Family
Yes
96
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howdywrites
Children are kidnapped multiple times
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Does a parent die?
13 supporters
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49
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26
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howdywrites
One of the teen characters processes the death of her mother whom she never met in person
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Does someone cheat?
13 supporters
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0
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71
Is a child's toy destroyed?
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66
Yes
18
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0
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Afion
SPOILERS- one of Sully's sons dies and also a whale-like creature and her child die and they are considered family by the Sea People
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Fear
Are there jumpscares?
40 supporters
Yes
60
No
9
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jacksflat
there are a surprising amount of jumpscares in this movie
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Yes
2
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ichasestarlight
There are several instances of creatures linking consciousnesses with people, but they are consenting and it's generally only a positive or neutral experience for the viewer.
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Are there ghosts?
7 supporters
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6
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howdywrites
No, though in a few scenes characters meet their deceased loved ones in a spiritual realm
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Are there clowns?
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0
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71
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
It's basically all about the sea.
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3
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2
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badgng
Only a bit, but there’s some plant or structure outside the Spirit Tree that gave me the ick for that reason.
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Are there razors?
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11 supporters
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0
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24
Yes
1
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64
4
dannymarieklar
Characters frequently emerge from water and are drenched.
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Are there mannequins?
4 supporters
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0
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26
Gross
Does someone wet/soil themselves?
14 supporters
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0
No
62
Does someone vomit?
66 supporters
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2
No
94
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Jonesyboi2020
No vomiting in the movie 100% safe
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Is someone eaten?
23 supporters
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0
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10
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passerby
No and one character willingly swims into the mouth of a whale. He will exit unharmed.
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Does someone spit?
10 supporters
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3
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Anonymous
A whale-like creature sprays a person with their blowhole and it is said to be gross.
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Is there audio gore?
37 supporters
Yes
6
No
56
0
Only screams but besides that nothing
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Is there farting?
6 supporters
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Yes
0
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10
Large-scale Violence
Yes
1
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71
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
No, but there's destruction of large metal structures - ships and planes, not buildings - including fire and explosions, people panicking when caught in the middle of it, and lots of debris.
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Law Enforcement
Is there copaganda?
19 supporters
Yes
1
No
62
1
badgng
No cops but explicitly anti-military.
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Yes
2
No
1
0
Spider is held in a cell. Navi kids are held against their will.
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LGBTQ+
2
jdpamv
A cis character with a different preferred name is referred to by his birth-name by Quaritch once. After telling him he doesn’t go by that name, he’s never called it again.
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Are there transphobic slurs?
40 supporters
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Yes
0
No
10
Yes
0
No
3
Is there bisexual cheating?
18 supporters
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Yes
0
No
20
Loss
0
MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Arguably - a Na'vi's beloved and excellent bow is destroyed. It's emotionally priceless, so to speak, and irreplaceable to its owner.
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Medical
Yes
3
No
58
2
charmedward
No but there's a brief scene of restrained people being tazed by soldiers to keep them in line.
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Yes
45
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20
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howdywrites
An IV is mentioned/used as well as sharp instruments
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Is there a mental institution scene?
21 supporters
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0
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62
Yes
51
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14
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ichasestarlight
There is a scene toward the very beginning of a character waking up in a hospital-similar setting with a hospital gown on.
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Does someone have cancer?
13 supporters
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Yes
0
No
59
Mental Health
Yes
15
No
40
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howdywrites
Hard to say for sure. A couple of the characters experience flashbacks but it's not plainly described as PTSD
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0
It’s obvious the military guy suffers from serious mental illness.
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Does someone self harm?
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52 supporters
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Yes
0
No
58
Is autism misrepresented?
25 supporters
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Yes
0
No
3
Yes
1
No
51
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Anonymous
A character who is grieving is surprisingly violent towards a child.
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Is there D.I.D. misrepresentation?
13 supporters
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Yes
1
No
15
Yes
0
No
62
0
Afion
Obviously it's a fantasy/sci-fi film, but I wouldn't call it unstable of unhinged, the internal logic is pretty consistent
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Is there misophonia?
30 supporters
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Yes
0
No
47
Is there ABA therapy?
17 supporters
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Yes
0
No
8
Yes
8
No
10
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AnonymousFriends
No but the main characters are made fun of several times because they look different
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Yes
7
No
49
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Anonymous
Yes, but it is species related rather than gender related.
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7
howdywrites
Teen character says she would kill herself in a joking manner
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Yes
15
No
39
5
howdywrites
A few of the characters are shown experience anxiety and grief so it's kind of up to interpretation
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Yes
72
No
1
4
Scenes on a sinking boat are claustrophobic
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0
passerby
No, but some folks are criticizes for being “too skinny” to survive.
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Yes
6
No
55
6
AvaForrest
Kiri is not a confirmed autistic character, but she has some autistic traits, such as her fascination and interactions with the biodiversity on Pandora. She is bullied for it, called a "freak" and pushed around by a group of boys and is ashamed of being different.
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Yes
0
No
58
Noxious
Are there sudden loud noises?
24 supporters
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Yes
1
No
2
Yes
4
No
0
0
As you can tell from the title, Avatar: The Way of Water, there are lots of underwater scenes.
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Does a baby cry?
14 supporters
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Yes
60
No
4
Is there shakey cam?
27 supporters
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Yes
32
No
21
Is there screaming?
10 supporters
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Yes
4
No
0
5
One character gives someone the middle finger
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3
Anonymous
Yes, when Neytiri and Tuk are trying to escape the capsized ship there are flashing lights
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Paranoia
0
AnonymousFriends
Very briefly - not sexual or malicious in nature. Siblings watch their brother get into trouble.
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Yes
3
No
51
1
Anonymous
Some laser beams fly toward the audience which might be disconcerting in 3d, but they’re being shot at characters in the movie. No one addresses the audience
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Pregnancy
Is a baby stillborn?
18 supporters
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Yes
0
No
56
Is there childbirth?
17 supporters
Yes
42
No
24
6
Offscreen, you see Neytiri pregnant and then presenting her newborn to the clan
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Are there abortions?
16 supporters
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Yes
1
No
54
5
Several babies are shown, as well as two pregnant women
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Does someone miscarry?
19 supporters
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Yes
0
No
59
Yes
3
No
51
5
earthravenclaw
A woman who is already (brain)dead is pregnant
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Prejudice
Are there fat jokes?
39 supporters
Yes
0
No
55
0
passerby
No, some characters are criticized for being too skinny as it will impede their lives. This is the only mention of it, and it is related to muscle and bone structure more than fat.
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jdpamv
A character is referred to with his birth name and retorts “nobody calls me that,” he’s cisgender so this isn’t misgendering.
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Yes
0
No
56
0
passerby
NO and the bully characters who belittle, beat, and endanger the protagonists are maori-coded characters who wear Black or protective hairstyles. It’s not specific or explicit anti-Black rhetoric but it’s not great.
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Are there homophobic slurs?
36 supporters
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Yes
0
No
56
Yes
0
No
53
Are there "Man in a dress" jokes?
26 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
58
Is there hate speech?
21 supporters
Yes
51
No
16
7
Ian.
The Navi are continuously called savage, feral and backward by humans.
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Yes
12
No
10
5
cha0ticneutralsystem
Real life Indigenous cultures and clothing are taken and misused and appropriated to show the Na’avi as “other” and a mishmash of cultures that looks “alien” as well as the “white saviour” trope and the “Indigenous people forgive colonisers” trope. Real Native American, Polynesian and Indigenous African people have been rightfully upset of parts of their cultures being taken for this movie and profited off of, especially by a white director and have have advised people, especially allies, not to support the movie or it’s merchandise financially
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Yes
1
No
53
2
charmedward
There are no LGBT+ characters :(
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8
howdywrites
Not necessarily but child characters are teased for bodily features outside of their control (number of fingers, short tails, bodies not built the same way)
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Are there n-words?
26 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
54
Is there aphobia?
15 supporters
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Yes
0
No
13
Race
Is there blackface?
23 supporters
Yes
4
No
7
0
passerby
No but several characters use avatars to pretend to be a part of a group they do not belong to. In addition, one character is a previous member of this group, but assimilates and is accepted by the society.
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Relationships
Yes
2
No
53
5
dannymarieklar
A young boy hangs out with his older "father", who tries to foster a connection with him. It is not sexual or explicit, but is manipulative.
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Sex
Is there sexual content?
40 supporters
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Yes
0
No
56
Yes
5
No
45
2
charmedward
I watched the movie with this in mind. The only moment of sexual objectification comes when a teenage boy first meets a girl of his age and she walks out of the water to greet him. Regarding the other things the other reviewer says, yes, the Na'vi wear little clothing (the same as the first film), but tribal clothing isn't inherently sexual. Characters are often restrained, but just by futuristic slap bracelets around their wrists. It's not sexual.
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Yes
12
No
43
4
howdywrites
No only partial. A human character is almost naked as part of his costume
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Is there bestiality?
57 supporters
Yes
0
No
11
0
passerby
NO, but the na’vi connect with their various mounts (dragons, horses, water horses, etc.) in the same way they connect with sexual partners. It is not implied to be a sexual bond.
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Does someone lose their virginity?
10 supporters
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Yes
0
No
9
Are there incestuous relationships?
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63 supporters
Yes
0
No
53
0
passerby
NO, one character refers to a romantic interest as “brother” in the sense that he is a member of her community.
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Sexism
7
howdywrites
One could argue there's toxic masculinity in the movie (emphasis on men being the protectors and needing to be tough warriors to be men etc.) But there's no instance of a man being ridiculed for crying
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Sickness
Yes
0
No
51
0
Hrgood2017
No but there is a seizure scene
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9
LegendWolfA
Yes, one character have epilepsy. Im gonna spoil a bit of the movie here, but I'll do my best to keep it as small as possible.

There was this part where the characters went to somewhere and one of them said "eclipse is the best time to be here". Shortly after that, the movie cuts to a part where a character was shown to be talking to what looks like her mother, and they hugged. After the hugging scene, the next 15 mins said character had a seizure. Avoid that part if such thing triggers you.

Thats the only part that features it, so you can rest assure that you won't see it again for the rest of the movie
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Is there dementia/Alzheimer's?
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0
No
47
Is someone terminally ill?
14 supporters
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1
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7
Social
Yes
15
No
38
4
Ian.
They find a place but for a while the main family is running and a child says she wants to go home.
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0
No
7
1
passerby
No, but a corpse is used as an incubator for a baby who is a teenager for the entire plot.
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Are there fat suits?
18 supporters
Yes
0
No
14
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passerby
No but several characters use false bodies to lie to others.
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Spoiler
Is Santa (et al) spoiled?
2 supporters
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0
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54
Yes
26
No
37
6
tasharomanoff
Overall the ending is positive, but there is one super sad thing that overshadows it.
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Vehicular
Does a car crash?
12 supporters
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0
No
47
4
howdywrites
Only boat and plane crashes
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Does a car honk or tires screech?
11 supporters
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No
51
Does a plane crash?
5 supporters
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67
No
2
3
DragonTheScalie
Throughout the film the na'vi take down human planes we see them crash multiple times. A few main characters almost die via this
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No
50
3
Multiple people are hit by boats and large pieces of metal falling onto them
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Violence
Yes
2
No
54
3
ichasestarlight
There are small-scale explosions that injure people and animals, but there are no large-scale explosions.
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Is there blood/gore?
44 supporters
Yes
70
No
1
7
Tosimplylive
Blood is seen in small amounts. I would not call it gore. Mostly superficial cuts and one bullet wound.
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Does someone drown?
11 supporters
Yes
76
No
0
7
Several people drown, bur survive. Others are shown dead in the water but you do not see them drown
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Yes
71
No
0
4
ichasestarlight
A teen boy is killed by a gunshot through the chest, and there are several instances of firefights.
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