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Resolved Question: James Cameron at a
I was just thinking today how he owns the first 2 spots in all time box office hits and yet ive heard more people who actually disliked those movies then people who actually liked them. Thoughts?
Posted on 25 July 2013 | 3:46 am
Resolved Question: Christopher Nolan vs.
Over asked question lol. I'm not going to choose a best answer on this one in order to let the voters face off and see who the audience prefers. However, I will tell that my preference is Christopher Nolan and I hope saying it has not changed anyone's preference because all of Christopher Nolan's movies are so well plotted and has amazing details, plot twists (which Cameron's somewhat lacks at least compared to his), editing, story (he's really good at this) and so on. His movies are ones you have to pay attention to and if you don't get it than you really won't like it. To be fair, I'll put some of Cameron's good characteristics. He has good morals (which is probably better then Nolan's though it's just my opinion), good drama and climax, and a simpler story than Nolan's which could be good depending on if you're looking just for a bit of fun without tiring the brain (though either way a complex or simple story is good). So choose your pick! I'm not calling any of them the best ever, also BTW I know they shouldn't be compared but just within personal opinion which one is more liked or revered?
Posted on 16 July 2012 | 10:53 am
Resolved Question: What Do You Think About
Posted on 18 April 2012 | 11:55 pm
Resolved Question: Where is James Cameron in
I read that James Cameron had a small cameo in the movie as a praying man toward the end ..Does anyone know which one he was, or about where he is in the group? I cant spot him..I thought it might be a white haired man directly in front of the priest but it doesnt really look like him to me..The man I thought he may be is cleanshaven but have tried to picture him with a beard and still doesnt look like him to me..Does anyone know which one he is?
Posted on 12 April 2012 | 6:51 pm
Open Question: Will James Cameron's
Film Director James Cameron, who directed Titanic and The Abyss, will become the first person in 50 years to voyage to the bottom of the Mariana Trench with the benefit of improved technology. A stereoscopic camera from his one-man submersible 'Challenger Deep' will film the voyage in 3-D so that a film about this mission can be made afterwards! Reply to what: It's easy to edit a sentence out of context but much harder for a stupid person to appear intelligent!
Posted on 21 March 2012 | 2:01 am