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½ April 23, 2018
Majestic masterpiece.
April 13, 2018
Favorite movie of all time. Great music.
April 7, 2018
I Love This Movie!??????
April 7, 2018
This is one of the best movies ever it had every thing you could ask for romance, thriller, not to mention the heart breaking ending that keep you at the edge of your seat
½ April 7, 2018
I've never seen it & never will. SPOILER ALERT: the boat sinks
michael e.
Super Reviewer
March 29, 2018
James Cameron is by far one of my favorite directors, and this being his second highest grossing film is well worth all the money it got. The acting was very fantastic and the drama is also very well told, Leonardo Dicaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Gloria Stuart, and even Bill Paxton all did fantastically well. Billy Zane was great as being the douchebag millionare that is betrothed to Rose, so well that you literally wanted to punch him. Also the 3 hour time run is actually very well done, and it doesn't feel like it, it feels like 2 hours, there were some things they could've left out, like the sex scene or the nude art drawing, I understand that its to prove the two main characters are getting much closer and truly love each other, but they could've just kissed passionatley and do a 360 camera spin. But overall, this to me is Camerons best, Avatar was just a ripped off story and just mindless action, but this was legitimate and good drama and acting
½ March 25, 2018
Long long movie. Nice story and excellent visuals which still hold up today. Excellent movie and a classic.
March 21, 2018
An exploitation of the classic story of "Romeo and Juliet" beautifully executed and integrated into the real-life 1912 disaster of the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Beautiful visuals, and breathtaking cinematography plus it is set to a wonderful soundtrack and has a fabulous cast.
½ March 19, 2018
Not enough scenes of domestic violence
March 18, 2018
the greatest movie of all time!,period!
March 13, 2018
It's emotional, spectacular, epic, perfect pacing, perfect chemistry and romance, blend into one.
March 8, 2018
Everyone has their own opinion about "Titanic," but to each his own. The famous vessel works as a perfect backdrop for the film's portrait of romance and social status, and Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet have such epic screen presence.
March 5, 2018
James Cameron does it again. He is the king of directors (sorry Spielberg).
February 28, 2018
Most overrated Movie EVER.
½ February 27, 2018
Titanic is visually stunning, a masterpiece of detail, costumes, and set pieces, with a simple and relatable love story that makes this a great film, yet at the same time, one dimensional characters, and too many subplots and some annoying acting by Dicrapio, leaves it with some strikes against it. may just be the most well liked hated movie of all time.
½ February 27, 2018
87/100

"Titanic" triunfa como una gran historia de amor, ciertamente el talento de James Cameron para montarse esta obra es admirable, y su guion resulta lo suficientemente memorable y emotivo como la primera vez que lo vimos, Leonardo DiCaprio y Kate Winslet brillan como la pareja protagonista, y mención aparte para las pequeñas pero magnificas complementaciones de Kathy Bates y Gloria Stuart, y el excelente diseño de producción y efectos especiales a la hora de recrear el desastre.
½ February 24, 2018
Best picture. 1001 movies to see before you die.
February 23, 2018
This movie only got a little bit of undeserved hate over the years because it was so popular along with the cliché love story between Jack and Rose with some similarities to Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The production budget was 200 million dollars back in the late nineties, and became the second highest grossing film of all time back in 1997 earning $2,187,463,944. They actually took the time to build the ship for the movie to make it look as realistic as possible. George Lucas loved using CGI in his Star Wars prequel films, but building actual models for the base of the movie is more creative and time-consuming. James Cameron knew what he was doing on this project. You know the Titanic is going to sink at some point in the film because it's based on the real life event back in April of 1912, but the scenes with Jack being handcuffed to the pipes in the lower deck as the ship is sinking and Rose wanting to commit suicide by jumping off the back of the ship were both unexpected. The only other film to top this movie at the box-office was Avatar, which was another James Cameron film. For the audience, box-office sales aren't everything. Avengers: Age of Ultron and The Last Jedi were financially successful, but disappointing films overall. Titanic features a basic love story with great soundtrack, sound design, and acting during the process of the ship sinking.
February 11, 2018
Solid epic story done well by Cameron. Winslet&DiCaprio have fun and pair well
February 5, 2018
Some scenes are very nice and affecting, but some dialogue is awful.
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