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What can be said of the most successful writer/director of all time? James Cameron is in a league of his own. His filmography doesn't have a failure in it. From Terminator to the #1 and #2 biggest movies of all time, Titantic and Avatar. I can wait to see what he comes up with next.

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TERMINATOR  (1984)

Screenplay by James Cameron –  Read the screenplay!

RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART II (1985)

Screenplay by James Cameron – Read the screenplay!

ALIENS (1985)

Screenplay by James Cameron –  Read the screenplay!

THE ABYSS (1988)

Screenplay by James Cameron –  Read the screenplay!

TERMINATOR 2: JUDGEMENT DAY (1991)

Screenplay by James Cameron –  Read the screenplay!

STRANGE DAYS (1993)

Screenplay by James Cameron & Jay Cocks –  Read the screenplay!

SPIDER-MAN (1993)

Screenplay by James Cameron, Barry Cohen, and Ted Newson (UNPRODUCED) –  Read the screenplay!

TRUE LIES (1994)

Screenplay by James Cameron –  Read the screenplay!

T2: 3D BATTLE ACROSS TIME (1995)

Screenplay by James Cameron –  Read the screenplay!

TITANIC  (1998)

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AVATAR (2009)

Screenplay by James Cameron & Jay Cocks –  Read the screenplay!

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