It's been 12 years since James Cameron brought us his last big screen adventure in the form of Titanic, the highest grossing movie ever made, and with his latest film, Avatar, being nearly 15 years in the making (he wrote the script in 1995), expectations couldn't be higher. It's the film that's supposed to revolutionize filmmaking and dawn a new era of digital technology, pushing its limits as far as it can go. If you look at it from that viewpoint, it succeeds. It creates an alive, distinctive world that looks as realistic as the world we live on today, but that is only one aspect of the film. The look is great, but the feeling is absent. Unfortunately, Avatar is a huge disappointment.