I said this movie has "good role models," but I was really torn which way to go with that. While the main character stands up for the Na'vi, after some time spent with them, the incessant attacks on the mean old capitalists gets really long in the tooth. It was a fun movie, in an action-adventure kind of way, with lots and lots of flying, battles, shooting, etc. Also, the beauty of this 3-D world is almost breathtaking. Yet, it has several moments and words that are unfit for children, or adults, and its anti-capitalist sentiment, (from a multi-millionaire producer,) is blatant and silly. Yes, I love my freedom and would fight for it too, but the last time I checked, the American military are the good guys. BTW, it's fairly obvious that the Na'vi are Native Americans and the crazy jar-head commander of the troopers is analagous to George Custer or, at least, this is an indians versus the U.S. Cavalry metaphor of some sort. The Lord's name is taken in vain at least five times, (yes, I was counting.) The Na'vi are practically...naked. Also, there is a scene between the two main characters, Neytiri & Jake, that takes place under the "holy tree" that obviously goes beyond first base. I heard about a local church that took their young teens to see this movie without having it screened by an adult first. BIG MISTAKE!!! Don't make the same one. One more thing: why is McDonald's selling this adult movie's merchandise in its kids meals? I'm not yet sure if I'm going to buy the blu ray...probably, probably not.