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  • James Cameron Essay

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    you heard about James Cameron at least once. He is one of the successful directors in the world, and without his amazing work, the movie industries will not go this far. James Cameron is a Canadian movie director, and filmmaker and his famous movies are ‘Terminator’ series and the ‘Avatar’ series. His full names are James Francis Cameron, but he goes for James Cameron. He is currently 63 years old, and born in Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada, on August 16, 1954(“Who is James Cameron?”). He won 3 Oscars

  • Avatar, By James Cameron

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    movies with a deep meaning that strikes different emotions of the audience, which they might have not known they had. It hit most of the questionable topics that are mostly unspeakable now. Avatar is a spectacular movie written and directed by James Cameron. The movie is set in a breathtaking alien world called Pandora, which is inhabited by the Na’vi race. At first, they are viewed as a primitive wild, race but in reality they are more highly evolved than the audience would expect. Because of the

  • The Terminator By James Cameron

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    The Terminator was written by James Cameron and came out in 1984.1 It tells of a post-apocalyptic world dominated by a war between humans and artificially intelligent robots, called terminators. The movie was produced at the beginning of the Digital Age, and computer development and use was beginning to increase. Computer companies like Apple and Microsoft had recently been founded and some of the first personal computers were being created. “Many wondered if society was becoming too dependent of

  • Avatar, By James Cameron Essay

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    Belinda Duhl THEA 1023, Fall Semester 2016 Due: Saturday, December 10, 2016 Avatar Avatar, a 2009 American epic science fiction film was directed, written, co-produced, and co-edited by James Cameron. The film’s main stars are Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Giovanni Ribisi, Michelle Rodriquez, and Sigourney Weaver. The story formula or plot is the specific actions and events that filmmakers select, and the order in which they arrange those events and actions to effectively convey on-screen

  • Analysis of The Titanic, by James Cameron Essay

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    Within the context of film industry, the film Titanic by James Cameron belongs to epic romance/ disaster genre. The film, released in 1997, was a global box office hit because the director provided equal importance to history, fiction and romance. To be specific, one can see that the film’s plot is based upon the history of RMS Titanic. On the other side, the main characters including the protagonist and the heroine (Jack Dawson and Rose DeWitt Bukater/Dawson) are fictional characters. Besides, the

  • The Terminator 2 : Judgment Day Directed By James Cameron And District 9

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    Terminator 2: Judgment Day directed by James Cameron and District 9 directed by Neill Blomkamp, at first glance don’t share much similarities between each other. One is about a terminator, a T-800 to be exact, and a boy named John Connor. District 9 is about aliens and humans having problems with each other and the point is that if you put closer detail to both of these movies; there is similarity in two themes, war and technology. The message for both movies in the end is similar if we can connect

  • James Cameron And European Imperialism

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    superiority. This idea was originated when attempting to portray one’s nation to be superior compared to the others and therefore, such actions were taken in order gain that economic power. In the given poems as well as the movie, “Avatar” by James Cameron, it’s clearly evident that European imperialism is portrayed negatively with regard to the fact that external nations were invading the native lands and influencing the indigenous people’s religion. They had also imposed certain traditions and

  • Avatar, By James Cameron

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    James Cameron’s film, AVATAR, is set under an imperialistic narrative of invasion for commercial gain, complete with the side story of “ethnographic exploration” in the name of science, on the planet of Pandora. The year is 2154, but the story is an old and familiar one - the Western colonization of non-Western peoples and the exploitation of their natural resources, such as land, oil, gold, or labor. While it is impossible to deny the impact and visual experience of the film and its commercial achievements

  • The Titanic By James Cameron

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    The story of the Titanic is well known: the unsinkable ship that sank, with it taking thousands of lives. A story like this begs for the silver screen, and it has seen a few adaptations but by far the most famous and successful was James Cameron’s high-budget motion picture, suitably named ‘Titanic’. Cameron’s adaptation is a film that at times makes the audience forget about the ships inevitable fate as they are invited to focus on the relationship between the two main characters: Jack (Leonardo

  • Analysis Of Aliens By James Cameron

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    It takes absolute courage to stare death in the face, stand and fight, especially when death has no actual face. Aliens, written and directed by James Cameron, follows a former pilot, a group of marines and a corporate stiff as they go to investigate why they have lost communication with a colony of people on a planet that the corporation is trying to develop an atmosphere on. The investigation soon turns into a fight for survival and escape, as the colony has been overrun by aliens and is now their