James Cameron Movies

James Cameron has directed 8 feature films. How many can you name?
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True Lies
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
The Abyss
The Terminator
Piranha Part Two: The Spawning
Level 37
Dec 30, 2011
Only forgot Piranha 2 - not at all surprising.
Level 82
May 5, 2013
If not the best director of his age he's at least one of the most consistent. Not much fluff on this resume, excluding the mulligan at the beginning but hey, gotta cut your teeth somehow.
Level 82
May 27, 2018
Excited to hear that Jim is back to producing Terminator films and they have 3 sequels to The Terminator and T2 planned out, and they're going to pretend like Rise of the Machines, Salvation and Genisys were all a bad dream, as they should.
Level 53
Jan 2, 2021
Too bad that "Rise of the Machines" and "Genisys" were both head and shoulders better than "Dark Fate", now the other 2 sequels are permanently shelved.

There is no salvation for "Salvation" though, that one was just a crap show.

Level 82
Jul 11, 2021
Dark Fate was a little bit of a let down but.. omg.. did you actually just say that Genisys was better (let alone head and shoulders better)?? My mind is reeling at how anyone could have even liked that horrendous movie.

Terminator movies ranked:

1. T2 (best action movie ever made, hands down, possibly excepting Avengers Endgame)

2. The Terminator (good for what it was: smart, low-budget high-concept sci-fi. Far from perfect but still a seminal film and classic of the genre.)

3. Dark Fate (failed to live up to its potential but still better than any of the other sequels after T2)

4. Rise of the Machines (not as good as what came before by a long shot, but simultaneously not as bad as almost everyone makes it out to be)

5. Salvation (had its moments, had some interesting ideas, but, overall, terrible)

6. Genisys (beyond terrible. Like, exceptionally bad fan-fiction terrible. Not a single good thing about it.)

Level 82
Apr 8, 2019
Kinda assumed he'd done more than that
Level 82
Jun 2, 2019
He has done some work as producer, writer, editor, and FX guy on some other films, and he has also worked on some documentaries, but after Titanic he was most passionate about deep sea diving and spent a ton of time doing this. He even worked to develop a lot of technology used in diving today.
Level 93
Dec 11, 2019
So close, only missed one and I guessed Alien. A bunch more films coming from him soon including Avatar sequels. Hope they're good.
Level 23
May 14, 2020
100% easy
Level 83
Aug 16, 2020
mixed bag really .aliens ,the terminators ,true lies (silly but fun) are very good , the abyss is decent but avatar and titanic are awful .
Level 82
Jul 11, 2021
This opinion is awful. Sour grapes. Avatar and Titanic each became the highest grossing movies of all time when they were released, and Titanic tied the record for most Oscar nominations in history, and Avatar was nominated for Best Picture, all for good reason.
Level 67
Jul 20, 2023
Where's Aquaman (Entourage reference)
Level 72
Sep 5, 2023
Please update for Avatar: The Way of Water.