Director Talk – James Cameron

Hey folks. I’ve been super sick over here, so forgive me if I havent been able to post anything new for you all the past few days.

Thankfully, FMR regulars and fellow movie bloggers PG Cooper and Ian the Cool have us covered!

Ian and PG had a cool idea of doing an email roundtable about famous directors, where the three of us discuss their careers, famous films, filmographies, that sort of thing. So the three of us traded emails for a while and Ian collected them up into a post for everyone!

Up first? Mega Blockbuster director James Cameron.

I’ve seen plenty of “roundtable discussions” myself, but had never been a part of one. It was a lot of fun and came out really cool. The plan is to do others in the future, so I hope you’ll check it out! You can find the write up here. Enjoy!

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6 thoughts on “Director Talk – James Cameron

    • You have many valid points in your Avatar piece. Delivered as always, with the Brikhaus charm and wit. ;)

      I just rewatched Aliens for an upcoming Lambcast I’m on, and I have to say, it has some flaws. The marines are all comical morons, the “kid” Newt is one of the most shameless movie devices ever, and I’ve always hated the secondary Battlesuit vs Queen finale. Why they couldnt have just ended with blowing the rig…. *sigh*

      Anyways, yeah.

  1. As much as I like all of James Cameron’s films, T1 and T2 are the pinnacle for me and the only ones I actually re-watch consistently.

    • I’ve “Jumped in and out of” Avatar while it was on HBO heavily. It’s got some good rewatchability due to the special effects and stuff…

      But yeah, the Terminator flicks are his best, I think.

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