There are more film ideas dumped into a vats of acid than stray dogs in Puerto Rico. Could they have been mega-hits? We’ll never know, but it’s fun to hypothesize.
James Cameron’s sci-fi action classic about a robot assassin from the future is still a taut and intense ride.
Arnold Schwarzenegger rides a horse through a hotel and Jamie Lee Curtis does an unforgettable striptease in James Cameron’s romantic comedy disguised as an action movie.
L.A. is jacked in and wiretripping in this dystopian sci-fi thriller from Kathryn Bigelow and James Cameron, now available on Netflix Instant.
Enough people needed a horror fix this past weekend to make The Rite the #1 movie at the box office despite universal bad reviews. This week we have two major releases, but between you and me, one of them appears to be in the process of being quietly buried.
You’ve heard the phrase, “The sequel is never as good as the original.” Ha! Utter nonsense. There are plenty of cases where the sequel is just as good if not better than its predecessor.
Avatar hits DVD and Blu-Ray this week! If you’ve had all the blue people you can take, there are other options, and I’ll lay them all out for you in this week’s new releases.
During an interview with the Wall Street Journal, James Cameron said that Avatar will be released on standard Blu-ray and standard DVD on April 22nd (what better way to distract us from Earth Day)…
Well, he did it. James Cameron’s Avatar is now officially the biggest money-maker in movie history, with $601.2 million in ticket sales, smashing the record held by… Titanic…
Only someone who came into existence three seconds ago could deny the twin influences of Halo: Combat Evolved and Ferngully: The Last Rainforest on James Cameron’s xenobestial masterpiece Avatar. But could Cameron’s inspirations lie deeper?
Or so say some very delicate flowers, who claim that James Cameron’s half-billion epic made them have suicidal thoughts and bummer times. I’m not kidding. Watch the video….
I got tipped off to a pretty cool article today here about the original treatment of Avatar and how it changed as the movie was produced. I always am fascinated by the compromises that go on behind the scenes of these Hollywood blockbusters, and this story is no exception.
Those of us that were flabbergasted as to how a movie could cost a half a billion dollars to make are eating crow today, as James Cameron’s Avatar has passed the billion-dollar mark for worldwide box office. Will Avatar beat Titanic?
OK, did nobody tell this lady that the Na’vi in Avatar weren’t actually in makeup, but CGI creations? Apparently not, as she’s trying to convince you that this makeup technique is the way to go.
Hey, Avatar comes out this week! But you may notice that the hot chick above isn’t blue, so it looks like other things came out as well. In the last release week before Christmas, we’ve got James Cameron’s sci-fi epic and a bunch of chick flicks, basically.