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James Cameron

Avatar James Cameron, the director of Titanic, is innovative and intelligent. Cameron is a man that knows exactly what variables are necessary in creating a movie. About 12 years after the release of Titanic, Cameron creates yet another smashing, breath-taking, mind-boggling film. One that initially raised suspicion but later proved to be an extraordinary film. The name of that film is Avatar. Avatar is a sensational piece of work. It has a clean cut message about earth preservation and anti-war...

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Avatar - the Epic from James Cameroon

but the movie seeped into my world. Avatar is the event film of 2009. In a year where nearly every major release didn't live up to its hype, James Cameron's Avatar exceeded every expectation. I didn't expect to ever say this but here it comes. Avatar is my favorite movie of All time. People speculated on everything, from the mechanics of the film-making to James cameroon's production profoundity. So What's really impressive about Avatar, ultimately, is the fact that it's drawing in scads of people...

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James Cameron

another in all of Cameron’s films. James Cameron began his Hollywood career by working with special effects. He built, among others miniatures for various low budget films. In 1980, he was art director of the science fiction film Battle Beyond the Stars. His first assignment as director was the Piranha II – Flying Killers in 1981. He did, however, only direct the film for eight days before the fight between Cameron and the film’s producer made ​​that Cameron did the filming. After several years...

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Formal-Operational Stage

lots of literature has been written about the ship. Three pieces of literature are a poem by David R. Slavitt entitled "Titanic", a folk song published by Carl Sandburg in a book named The America Songbag entitled "De Titanic" and an essay on the James Cameron film, Titanic by Katha Pollitt entitled "Women and Children First." The literature written at the time of the sinking is different in content from that written much later. To begin, the poem "Titanic" by David R. Slavitt has five stanzas....

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"Titanic" Review

colored romantic drama film. Released in the 1997 in the USA, this highest-grossing film has earned millions of dollars and, which is more valuable, great love of the viewers all over the world. The movie was written, directed and co-produced by James Cameron. He managed to make a wonderful, exciting and very romantic movie. Its plot is based on a famous story about the liner named Titanic which was wrecked in the ocean after a collision with an iceberg. For those times, and that was the beginning of...

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Avatar: Movie Review

Kristin Wright Paper # 4 Mrs. Tohill 11/08/13 A Peek into a Sacred Blue Future James Cameron’s attention getting and highly developed film Avatar is a one that delves into serious moral, social, and economic issues; ones that directly reflect the same issues in our society today. After “The Matrix was released in 1999, Mr. Cameron furthered his movie cyborg movie pattern with the construction of what would become another example of his effort in a paradigm shift of Science Fiction films...

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Titanic Critical Review

the hand of man, the writer and director James Cameron tried to recapture the true life of this fabulous ship. The Titanic included various amenities that many of its passengers had never enjoyed in their own homes, such as electric lighting and heat in every room. The size and magnificence of the Titanic swiftly acknowledged this ship as being a legend, even before anyone had been on the ship. Of course it would have been quite difficult for James Cameron to rebuild the actual Titanic so he had a...

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scenes in Avatar to show my readers that Avatar shows greed through the use of technology. James Cameron created this movie to provoke the society and show them many aspects that we ignore. James Cameron also created Avatar to also raise awareness and to criticize the U.S desire to expand by the use of greed. The film Avatar is a movie with vivid colors and images. The director and writer of Avatar is James Cameron won Best director and movie of the year and best picture. In 2009 it was one of the highest...

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Avatar Essay

James Cameron’s film, Avatar, is a very moving story about freedom and choices. Jake Sully, an ex-marine, travels to Pandora to fulfil his brother’s dream of being in an avatar body and researching the environment on Pandora. Jake goes through a lot of hard times and ends up having to choose between being human and destroying Pandora, or being one of the Na’vi and saving the girl he loves and her people. James Cameron has highlighted choices that we have to make in our world by presenting them in...

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Avatar V.S Pocahontas

“I was a warrior that dreamed he could bring peace, sooner or later, though, you always have to wake up,” (Cameron, 2009). When comparing James Cameron’s Avatar with Walt Disney’s Pocahontas, you may find several similarities in the movies; but don’t be fooled, because it is the differences of these two movies that sets them so widely apart, rather than the similarities that supposedly bring them together. Many people seem to have the opinion that Avatar is just a futuristic, visually stunning...

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