Father-and-son space travelers crash-land on a desolate planet Earth 1000 years in the future, and fight to find a way back home in this sci-fi action thriller from director M. Night Shyamalan. It's been nearly a millennium since mankind was forced to flee their home planet for the safety of Nova Prime, and in that time Earth has grown increasingly hostile to human life. Gen. Cypher Raige (Will Smith) has just finished an extended tour of duty when he reunites with his 13-year-old son Kitai (Jaden Smith), and begins making the transition from military leader to father. When an asteroid storm damages their ship, however, a badly injured Cypher and his son are forced to crash-land on Earth. Now, the only way for young Kitai to save his father's life is to find the rescue beacon that was lost when their ship came plummeting through the atmosphere. In order to survive and succeed, Kitai will have to become the type of soldier who would make his father proud. Zoë Kravitz and Sophie Okonedo co-star.~Jason Buchanan
A father's legacy - Jaden and Will Smith on and off screen
1,000 years in 300 seconds - on location with the cast and crew
The nature of the future - explore the beautiful landscapes where After Earth was filmed
Xprize After Earth challenge - the winning team's video, with an introduction by Jaden Smith
Review of: After Earth [Blu-Ray + DVD + Digital HD] 
- highly entertaining.
- must see action film.
- available in other formats.
- PG13 rating.
This got a LOT of negative reviews when it came out, I think cause many people hate Will Smith's son for some reason. But the story is good, I feel. I found it enjoyable and entertaining! But I get if you dislike certain actors, it takes away from liking a movie fully
Will Smith show’s again why he is one of Hollywood’s best performers. Story is a little slow but does develop into a futuristic si-fi story. His son plays a very good supporting role about a father who has to prove to his son what it takes to be a hero. Very family friendly and good story line. This isn’t The Day The Earth Stood Still or Dune but it is something for si-fi fans should see