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This is a very long romantic movie about a tragedy
A classic, beautiful movie. My only complaint is that Jack could not fit on the door
An aweful movie with an aweful cast.
very beautiful film that traces the history of the Titanic enriching it with romance and drama, however, in my opinion this makes it slightly too boring
Titanic is my favorite romantic movie, this movie so much emotions and heart to it, just love story, James Cameron is a great man
Anything popular is necessarily bad. This assumption is just as silly and baseless as the opposite assumption - that anything popular is good - and yet it is surprisingly common among relatively intelligent people, in what is called the "hipster principle": You have to hate what everyone likes to feel superior on them. And there is no better example of this principle than the "Titanic" attitude. The 1997 James Cameron movie is popular. Very very popular. He held for 12 years the most successful film title of all time. And just because of that, a lot of people - including sensible and wise people in every other respect - swear and truly believe that this is the worst movie in the world, and that they would rather sink themselves into the depths of the freezing ocean than be exposed to that horror again. If you dare to raise the possibility that it may not be such a bad movie, and maybe there is even a good reason why it is so successful, they will scorn you, scold you or send you to McDonald's.
Well, ladies and gentlemen, you are welcome to suck my little guy down there. "Titanic" is a huge movie.
Titanic is the best film of 1997 and the best love story ever made.
titanic is a timeless masterpiece. when I saw titanic for the first time it absolutely blew me away and still too this day It blows me away. Leonardo and Kate give two of the best acting performances ever brought to screen and there chemistry is incredible. the love story of jack and rose is absolutely beautiful and there scenes together are just flawless. the film has so many memorable and quotable lines whenever I am on a ship I always make sure to say im flying. this is also one of the very few films to make me cry every single time I watch it the I will never let go scene kills me every time and the ending is just emotionally stunning. this movie deserves all the love it gets its an absolute masterpiece and easily one of my favourite movies of all time.
James cameron has put his heart and soul into a creative historical masterpiece. This is one of the most iconic films in human history. This movie is 194 minutes of sexual encounters, heartbreak and laughter and a tad bit of nostalgia
Best James Cameron movie in my personal opinion.