When James Cameron made Titanic in 1997 it touched the hearts of people all around the world. I was a kid at that time knowing not much about love, pain, loss of loved ones, injustice around us, it still stands as one of my favorites; and it is always a new experience each time I see it. Rarely, they make movies of this kind, especially these days when they are simply busy churning out crap, trash most of the time. Anyone who can really appreciate what a good movie and movie-making is would agree, at least to some degree, that Hollywood used to make excellent and wonderful movies even when there were no computers and all this technology. Can anyone beat the excellence of those movies made even before 50's? The Wizard of Oz, It's a Wonderful Life, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, The Grapes of Wrath and many, many more. It simply stabs my soul when I hear someone saying Cameron had simply conquered himself and Titanic by making Avatar. I would say Avatar is just a temporary 'commercial' success and would soon slip into oblivion just like many others of its kind. One could argue that comparing Titanic and Avatar is not justified because they are from different genres. Is this 3D genre so exciting and better that those directors have forgotten to make movies of the kind they would be remembered for? How can one forget Marty McFly from Back to the Future trilogy? Robert Zemeckis did a great job and will always be remembered for it. Everything was simply perfect. Robert Zemeckis' works such as Back to the Future series, Forrest Gump, Cast Away and the like, would always cherish the memories of numerous generations. Recently, I watched A Christmas Carrol, one of Zemeckis' 3D adventures, or should I call it a misadventure? I would say he just lived out his own fantasy of transforming everything into the 3D animated world by mutilating a good piece of art which had already been captured into the movie, Scrooge (1951), so splendidly the year Zemeckis was born. It seems Zemeckis, Cameron, and others have lost the sense of good filming and what a film should be, and we simply support them for this by watching their movies in cinemas and buying DVDs. I would say use the internet to watch such crap! I would like to hear your thoughts on this.