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Old 05-29-2009, 01:01 PM
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Of the ones I've seen (all but Pirahna 2), the only two Cameron films I don't like are True Lies and The Abyss (just too long and boring for me).
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The theatrical cut is very weak, the 1992 special edition is a vast improvement, but even longer.
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Can't say I've ever seen the theatrical cut. Depends on which one they constantly show on Encore over here in the US. I just lose interest in the movie, and haven't ever been able to sit through the entire thing.
I have seen Abyss many times...waited till it came out on DVD, never saw it in theater. I have found it to be the only movie that my family WILL NOT talk, move, get up, eat, drink, or even remember to breathe, during. It held the attention of a three and a five year old for almost three hours!! and they asked me if they could watch it again, the next day.

And True Lies was just plain fun, I thought...I laughed almost all the way through it!
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