James Cameron has a critical problem with the physics of the water in “Aquaman”.

Apparently, the water is simply not watery-enough for Cameron’s style. The “Avatar” and “Titanic” director shared his ideas on the blockbuster film in an interview with Yahoo!

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He mentioned “Aquaman” was “nice enjoyable,” however “I might have by no means made that movie as a result of it requires this complete dreamlike disconnect from any sense of physics or actuality. It exists someplace between a Greek mythic panorama and a fairy story panorama. And other people simply sort of zoom round underwater as a result of… they propel themselves mentally? I assume?”

“I’ve spent 1000’s of hours underwater. I’m very literal about my underwater. It must appear like it’s actual,” Cameron argued. “And whereas I can take pleasure in [‘Aquaman’] I don’t resonate with it as a result of it doesn’t look actual.”

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Cameron, 64, additionally mentioned the superhero motion film didn’t do sufficient to name consideration to the extreme environmental influence human’s have on oceans.

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“It doesn’t assist us with our points of truly understanding the ocean and exploring the ocean and preserving the ocean — although they did throw in a pair issues like whales and issues like that to remind us we’re utilizing the ocean as a rubbish dump, so I applaud the movie for that,” Cameron expressed. “Yeah, I couldn’t have made that film.”

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“Aquaman” has grossed greater than $1.1 billion worldwide, surpassing “The Darkish Knight Rises” because the highest-grossing movie based mostly on a DC Comics character. It was additionally the fifth highest-grossing movie of 2018.

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