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James Cameron Criticizes Aquamans Underwater Scenes

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James Cameron Criticizes Aquamans Underwater Scenes

James Cameron Criticizes Aquamans Underwater Scenes

James Cameron criticized "Aquaman" for not being realistic enough, and not helping people understand the ocean.

"You buy it on its own terms," Cameron said.

"But I've spent thousands of hours underwater.

I'm very literal about my underwater.

It needs to look like it's real." Cameron made an "Aquaman" movie in the fictional universe of the "Entourage" TV series.

Cameron has criticized another DC Comics superhero movie in the past, calling "Wonder Woman" a "step backwards." James Cameron has mixed feelings on "Aquaman." The director of the two highest-grossing movies of all time, "Avatar" and "Titanic," told Yahoo that he thinks the movie is fun, but not realistic enough.

"I think it's great fun," he said.

"I think it's a movie I could have never made.

Truthfully.

I could have never made that film because it requires this total dreamlike disconnect from any sense of physics or reality.

It exists somewhere between a Greek mythic landscape and a fairy tale landscape.

And people just kind of zoom around underwater because … they propel themselves mentally?

I guess?

I don't know.

But it's cool.

You buy it on its own terms. But I've spent thousands of hours underwater.

I'm very literal about my underwater.

It needs to look like it's real.

And while I can enjoy that film I don't resonate with it because it doesn't look real."

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