For most people, this is the summer of recycled superheroes, terrorists, and tyrannosaurs at the movies. It's also a risky cinematic season in which everyone will be waiting to see which of the $100-million-plus studio offerings goes bust. And not least, it's a time when collective breaths will be held over whether James Cameron's Titanic, the most expensive film ever made, sails into box-office port on schedule. LD's focus in this, the third annual special report on cinematography, is ...
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