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Cameron shows us his childhood

AvatarJames Cameron has dug deep into his childhood and has brought us a story of “Avatar” that is as epic as his career. According to Filmcontact, Cameron said that the project is “very personal for me, it was the dream project that I’ve always wanted to do. It was the chance to put together all these vistas and cool creatures that have been knocking around inside my brain since I was a kid.”

Well all those years paid off because what follows is a breathtaking experience through the jungles of Pandora and into a world no one has seen before.

The following critics released the following reviews today:

“The screen is alive with more action and the soundtrack pops with more robust music than any dozen sci-fi shoot-’em-ups you care to mention…James Horner’s score never intrudes but subtlety eggs the action on while the editing attributed to Cameron, Stephen Rivkin and John Refoua maintains a breathless pace that exhilarates rather than fatigues. Not a minute is wasted; there is no down time.” – The Hollywood Reporter

“Twelve years after “Titanic,” which still stands as the all-time B.O. champ, Cameron delivers again with a film of universal appeal that just about everyone who ever goes to the movies will need to see.” – Variety

Cameron’s Avatar hits the theaters in 3D, Imax, and 2D on December 18th and we expect sold out theaters everywhere.

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