James Cameron

James Cameron

  Titanic (1997) Rated PG-13

This cinematic spectacle follows society girl Rose and penniless artist Jack as they fall in love just as tragedy strikes. Rereleased for the 100th anniversary of the Titanic disaster, the stirring romance remains timeless.

  Side by Side (2012) Rated NR

Keanu Reeves produced and narrates this engaging documentary about the history of digital cinema technology and its vast impact on the movie industry. Despite the digital takeover, many fans still embrace the unique qualities of celluloid film.

  Avatar (2009) Rated PG-13

Disabled Marine Jake Sully  travels to planet Pandora to become an avatar, ingratiate himself with the natives and help Americans mine lucrative unobtainium. But he finds himself in an interstellar conflict after falling for Na’vi warrior Neytiri.

  Ghosts of the Abyss (2003) Rated PG

Academy Award-winning director James Cameron returns to the site of his greatest inspiration: the legendary wreck of the Titanic. Accompanied by a crew of historical experts, filmmakers and scientists, Cameron explores the wreckage inside and out.

  The Terminator (1984) Rated R

In the post-apocalyptic future, tyrannical supercomputers teleport a cyborg assassin back to 1984 to snuff Sarah Connor, whose unborn son is destined to lead the human insurgents. Meanwhile, the rebels dispatch a lone warrior to safeguard Sarah.

Synopsis by Netflix.

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