James Cameron's blockbuster sensation 'Titanic' is back in theaters this week, newly converted to 3D, and while the film holds up, we have to ask... was this really necessary?http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/motion-captured
Uncharted 3 review by Andy Heather
I am entranced by the filmmakers' craft when I watch Gandhi or Titanic, even though I know ... so in a way it's impressive to see any changes to the formula, no matter how small. Technically speaking, there was little room for improvement after the magnum ...
The Avengers - 3D
Like 'Alice in Wonderland', it's technically a post-conversion (to be truthful, even natively shot 3D includes some post-conversion to account for mistakes and other variables), but perhaps the best I've seen after 'Titanic'. Like 'Thor', 'The Avengers ...
Movie review: Avatar *****
James Cameron releases his first feature film since he became king of the movie world with Titanic in 1997. Avatar is the most expensive and technically brilliant film ... Cameron uses 3D extensively but never for the sake of it - it's an enhancement ...
jackiechan has slowed down quite a bit in recent years, but when he was in his prime, he is known to submit his own headlines and not do things he's not capable of. Now in his twilight years, he's deferring to up-and-coming submitters.