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Simply one of 20th century cinema's greatest, old-fashioned love stories, full of still impressive effects (pre 3D) and decent, if theatrical acting ...
| Original Score: 3/5
Titanic evidences the secret of his longtime success, a talent more impressive even than Cameron's technical prowess: his ability to find stories that tap into greater truths and deeper feelings.
| Original Score: 4/5
Forget women and children, what about truth and realism first?
We know the story ends badly but Cameron still sweeps us up in the romance between Kate Winslet's rebellious posh girl and DiCaprio's steerage kid.
Titanic still works brilliantly; it's a grand-scale studio epic with the heart of a romance and the pulse of an action movie. It's the only American film that rivals Gone With The Wind for both swoonery and production value.
| Original Score: 5/5
Titanic is a movie that has to be seen on the big screen and will enchant a new generation of fans. A must-see 3D experience.
It has itself become, like the shipwreck, a cultural monument, only accreting value, not losing significance, as time goes by.
| Original Score: 4/4
Cameron hasn't plugged any of the plot holes and some dialogue is still cheesy but now, just as in 1998, we forgive him a multitude of sins.
Cameron's three-hour disaster epic is a triumph of popular art -- of folk art, really.
"Titanic" still amazes as the kind of massive, build-and-destroy production that few filmmakers have the ambition or budget to make.
[Cameron] stages the sinking with a flawless sense of detail, pacing, import and dread.
| Original Score: 3/4
For all of its flaws, this movie works in the way that classic Hollywood movies do. It delivers.
Its emotional impact lies in the fact it makes even the most blasÚ of us feel what it must have been like to be on the sinking ship. And the film's underlying themes still have potency.
Only the snobbish or the obtuse could deny its ambition, verve and entertainment firepower.
This version has deepened and enriched a film that was already rich in emotions and remarkable for its depth of detail.
How is Titanic in 3D? The answer is pretty damn dazzling.
| Original Score: 3.5/4
Those who've only seen it on video don't think the film is that big a deal. Trust me, it is. Even with the dragged out love story, Cameron's film is still mind-blowing.
Titanic went from a certain failure to a feature everyone had to see. If you were in a training bra during its initial theatrical release, you probably saw it a few more times than everyone else.
| Original Score: B
If you fancy indulging in pure, unadulterated silliness and spending a night in the '90s, this is a good bet. Otherwise...
| Original Score: 2/5
Reissued to tie in with the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's ill-fated maiden voyage, it's astonishing how timeless the film looks. And as a true classic, it doesn't lose our attention for a moment.