Along with its sequel and Titanic: The Legend Goes On, this is just a flat out insult to the people who died during the Titanic disaster, the fact that this is a cartoon for children should be no excuse for it to get away with the hatred it has received over the years.
I can very easily forgive the people who made "Jaws: The Revenge", since while it may have tarnished a movie franchise, it at least didn't shit all over the deaths of a thousand innocent people.
"The Legend of The Titanic" is not only insulting to The Titanic's passengers, but the film's storyline is confusing, and a majority of the characters arrange from uninspired, to just flat out annoying. The animation is okay, the music isn't too horrible, and at least it doesn't contain a rapping dog like one of the other animated Titanic films did; but no level of coherence is good enough to make up for the damage done.
Friedberg and Seltzer have very little talent in filmmaking, they try too hard to be too funny, and they would always poke fun at any pop-cultural icon for the sake of it. I have seen clips of this horrid film, and it's so bad; it makes Jaws: The Revenge look like The Godfather. I have come to the conclusion to avoid this piece of shit. (0/10)
I am not surprised after watching The Nostalgia Critic's review of this piece of shit movie last year, that he considers it the worst film he has ever seen, and this is coming out of someone who has reviewed Battlefield Earth, Jaws: The Revenge, The Room, and Batman & Robin; even those movies are masterpieces compared to The Garbage Pail Kids Movie.
Calling this ironically titled train wreck of a movie "Garbage", is being just too kind. There is basically no plot, and the movie was only made to solely lead out a string of gags based around regurgitating, farting, and urinating.
There are some catchy songs, and nice hairdos. However; it's not enough to save such a pathetic excuse of a movie.
Very beautifully combining romance, comedy, and drama; this modern day equivalent to Casablanca is another winner from Woody Allen. One highlight of the film includes shots of New York City with "Rhapsody In Blues" playing in the background. (This later inspired one of the animated segments in Fantasia 2000.) Manhattan will always remain a classic. (10/10)