Skip to comments.James Cameron Talks About the Future of 3D!
Posted on 02/07/2010 2:36:35 PM PST by iloveamerica1980
Fox Entertainment held a special session at the World Economic Forum in Davos with James Cameron, director of Avatar. Clips of the movie were shown and James talked about the making of the film. Here, he answers the questions: How did you make a 3D movie, and what is the future of 3D? James has "greyed out" a bit! http://www.economicvindicator.com/2010/02/james-cameron-talks-about-future-of-3d.html
No matter how many dimensions are possible in the playback medium, all of Cameron’s recent work is very one dimensional.
I haven’t seen the film, but just how good was the 3d?
I heard it wasnt any better than the old 3d.
The CGI was supposedly great and when ya do it all in IMAX that would be pretty great.
I also read that the plot plain sucked. “unobtainium”???
Comon. For a High budget film can we get a decent script?
Cameron is an America-hating POS.
Try coming up with an original plot next time.
The 3D was excellent. I would like to see the film in IMAX but those theaters are some distance away. Script was a love story and a redemption story. The ham handed treatment of our corporations and our âmilitaryâ was nonsense. However, the antagonists in the movie act just like communists do in real life. So the evil corporation really represents the mind set of the Chi Coms or the DPRK. And the evil marines really represent the âPeoples Liberation Armyâ of any two bit tin horn communist dictatorship. So with that in mind, enjoy.
I see a pompous gasbag.
The film seems to evoke a lot of emotion.
Lots of varied reports on how folks liked it.
Most of the digital work was "old tech".
The future looks much better now that some artists with true sculptural talent are working in the medium.
My boy told me it was the movie Pocahontas with blue people.
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