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Re: Criticizing James Cameron's Film
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yeah i didn't notice them the first time i saw it
Posted on: 2005/10/28 21:14
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hehe but that's their work.. earn money with that kind of movies..
im gonna work in paramount lol
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Yeah I agree. But did Cameron not sign away his share/income during some stage of the creation of the movie?
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I think that he did at some point during the production when the money ran out or something.
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maybe.. if we are talking about 250/300 millons dollars or so..

lol im sure he noticed all the details..
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I truely love this film and as someone stated, it is a masterpiece. Truely. As a very detailed artist my self, I can truely appreciate all the hardwork and detail that went into this film. Even the digital work and special effects, it's just stunning! Gosh! Even today it is and this film was produced in '95. I can't imagine how many hours they spent working on this. Digital work is very time consuming. Jim did just such an excellent job in everything. Just outstanding and intelligent too. A brilliant mind he has. Many things in the film that people see as "mistakes" were calculated and for good reason. I could go on hours about this film and I probably seem like I'm kissing Jim's butt, but I really do know what goes into creating such detailed works. And something of this scale, done so beautifully, it's just mind boggling to me.

As I've said before, pointing out mistakes is just pointless and idiotic really. Chances are Jim (and every other artist that examines their work) knows about them (and he even points some out in his commentary). The artist will always see at least 10 more mistakes than the audience will (if they see any). But things have to come to an end, the piece has to be finished. It took me a while to grasp this concept. I would always want to go back in change something, literally years would go by before I would finally varnish (sealing and there for finishing) the damn paintings because I always felt I needed to add something. Even when people said they were perfect. I still do this to some extent, I just hang them up now (they're always in site so I can pick out the "mistakes" a lot faster) so I can look at them and fix them as soon as I think I am finished. Every artist has the saying "the work is never really complete".

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Posted on: 2005/11/4 22:10
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yes.. all what you've written is truly right..

gosh! you are amazing..


lol titanic movie was filmed in 97' not 95'.. as i know..


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I have been utterly confused over the last couple of years as to why people (who adored the film in 1997) now only bad mouth it as if they never spent hours watching it?

This is truely an amazing film!
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Thanks, but the movie began production in '95. It was released to the public in '97.

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kl kl.. sorry..! lol i'm not perfect though!
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