The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Although this miniseries doesn't come close to capturing the scope of the disaster as Cameron did, the filler material is far better.
Titanic is an entertaining and dramatic made-for-television film that's quite comprehensive. Aboard the maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic an estranged couple rekindle their romance and a pair of thieves plan an intricate heist, but destiny intervenes. A number of impressive stars form the cast, including George C. Scott, Catherine Zeta Jones, Tim Curry, Marilu Henner, and Barry Pepper. While most of the acting is subpar, some of the actors like Scott, Jones, and Curry really shine. Yet, the film is surprisingly ambitious; attempting to tell the entire tale of Titanic, from its launch to the survivors' arrival at New York. It also attempts to incorporate a number of CGI shots, and although the CGI is rudimentary, it works well enough. While the made-for-television format limits the film, Titanic still delivers an impressively captivating adventure.
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