Titanic

    Titanic

    Release Date : 1998 (India)
    13 Mar 1998 (WorldWide)
    Director : James Cameron
    5/5
    Critics Rating
    240+
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    Titanic movie is a fictional romantic tale of a rich girl and poor boy who meet on the ill-fated voyage of the 'unsinkable' ship.Titanic, the ship of dreams. Is also known as Unsinkable, and it was unsinkable on its departure on April 10th, 1912.

    And on its epic journey a poor artist named Jack Dawson and a rich girl Rose DeWitt Bukator fall in love, until one night, their fairytale love for one another turns into a struggle for survival on a ship about to founder to the bottom of the North Atlantic.

    Rose leaves her fiancee Caledon Hockley for this poor artist, but when the Titanic collides with the Iceberg on April 14th, 1912, and then when the ship sinks on April 15th, 1912 at 2:20 in the morning, Jack dies and Rose survives and 84 years later Rose tells the...
    • James Cameron
      Director/Producer
    • Jon Landau
      Producer
    • James Horner
      Music Director
    • days ago
      Ama Rangana Mahagamage
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      No movies are really perfect. They always have flaws, and things that just irk me the wrong way. Sometimes a movie can be close to perfect, in my opinion. Titanic is one of the movies that is close to perfect in a technical sense. One thing that many critics have been raving about is if the $200 million price tag of Titanic can be paid off, or even if the movie was worth that amount of money. In my opinion, this shouldn't be the main issue. The main issue should be whether the movie was simply a good movie or not. But if I am to answer that question of whether it was worth that hefty amount, I'd have to answer with a resounding "YES!" First let's discuss what kind of movie Titanic is. Titanic is not an action movie. Titanic is a well made love story that has elements of classic Cameron suspense woven into it. After all, when a boat is sinking, everything isn't okay. Things go wrong, and thus you have suspense. But don't look at the movie as if it were a simple action movie, because it's not. It's many things woven into one. A love story, a comedy, and a thriller. One of the strengths of Titanic is how it's many things at once. Titanic is also three stories at once. The story of Brock Lovett (Bill Paxton) searching for the lost diamond that Rose Bukater (Kate Wins let) wore back in 1912. It's also the story, being told in flashback, regarding two lovers torn because of class distinction and a jealous fiancee who wants nothing but to win. It also chronicles the sinking of the T
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      It is with some surprise that I come to write this review. For, eight months after it opened, it's a little disorientating to remind myself that I actually did very much enjoy James Cameron's epic "Titanic." That's because, somewhere in that time period, the unrelenting crudfest that has surrounded this film has made me hate the film and everything about it. I hate Leonardo DiCaprio. I hate James Horner. And surely I can't be alone in wishing that Celine Dione's heart would just *stop*? But I want to be objective. So, having acknowledged my qualms, I'll try to set them aside. And let's get at the question that the hype has all too often obscured: is the film any good? If so, why? And if not, why not? The key to this question is to situate the film within the correct genre. James Cameron, let's remember, is an action director; he is probably America's most talented (Spielberg at his best is better, but Spielberg's problems of late are a whole different issue). He made "Aliens" (my vote as the best sci-fi actioner of the eighties), both "Terminator" films, "The Abyss," and "True Lies." He is not known as director of romances. True, one thing that was notable in his best films ("Aliens" and the first "Terminator") was an attention to character. But this was never a feature that could stand on its own, and until "Titanic" I don't think Cameron ever harboured illusions that it could. The beauty of Cameron's work was that he could create serviceable, yet affecting, emotional sub

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