11 December 2009 12:34 PM, PST | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Well, it's finally here. Twelve years after James Cameron struck gold with his surprise hit, Titanic, the most expensive film of its time, he's returned with the most expensive film of our time and one whose influence will resonate over the years to come. Avatar is in no way as emotionally involving as his 1997 epic, but it excels in entertainment and as sheer spectacle. Though the new 3-D filming process the film employs is sure to be the hook for most audiences, Avatar is an even bolder experiment that takes the viewer to a hyper-realistic, intricately designed world. Lucas and Spielberg may be the box-office kings of sci-fi, but the realms Cameron dreams of don't feel like dreams at all, but real places that exist and manage to stay with you long after the movie has ended. Not only does the film live up to its hype of being a »

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