â€œTechnically, itâ€™s extraordinary work. And thatâ€™s where it sort of ends. Weâ€™ve seen the story before. Weâ€™ve seen so much of whatâ€™s been done there before, but I think heâ€™s obviously moved the technology way ahead, to a point that whoâ€™s going to get the benefit from it is the real question. I think his system that heâ€™s developed is obviously extraordinary, but you need these vast sums of money to create something like that. The thing that always amazes me about Cameron is how he uses the camera. Iâ€™ve always been amazed by that, ever since I first saw his films. And he continues to do it. Itâ€™s a dynamic thatâ€™s quite extraordinary, but as far as the ideas and everything else, nothing surprised me… What heâ€™s done is so difficult. And that deserves praise for something. I donâ€™t know if itâ€™s necessary, is my problem. I occasionally would pull the glasses off and say, â€œDid the depth mean that much to me?â€ And it didnâ€™t. But itâ€™s very lush work.â€
Source = AVclub.com
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