Twentieth Century Fox & Lightstorm Entertainment Released 1997





Titanic Fan Reviews (5)

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  • Two people from totally different worlds develop an unlikely romance during the first and last voyage of the legendary cruise ship Titanic.

    I recently watched "Titanic" again which is what prompted me to write this review. It is just as powerful and entertaining a movie as it was the first time I saw it when it originally opened in theaters December 19, 1997. There are many reasons why this is the case. The first being the movie's excellent cast. I believe it is one of those few movies where all the roles are perfectly cast. Everybody seems 100% believable in their respective roles. Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet have been praised for their performances and rightfully so. However I don't think many people realize many more cast members gave great performances. Academy Award winner Kathy Bates is excellent as Molly Brown. Victor Garber is equally as excellent as architect Thomas Andrews. Another reason is the amazing job the movie does of creating a tremendous amount of suspense during the sinking of the ship. Despite the fact that you know what is going to happen, director James Cameron did a great job of making the viewers feel they were on board the doomed cruise ship. When you think he could not possibly make the events more suspenseful, Cameron comes up with yet another scene that keeps viewers on the edge. The movie also benefits from terrific costume and set designs which do a great job of recreating the time period. Other reviews posted here sat that "Titanic" is one of the greatest movies ever made. I could not agree more. I seem to enjoy it more with each viewing and I think you will as well.
  • Truly an amazing movie

    One of the greatest movies of all time.
  • A great movie.

    A great movie of James but it's a good .
  • About this film

    This had great art direction, cinematography, costume design, directing, film editing, music score, song for My Heart Will Go On, sound mixing, sound effects editing and visual effects
  • One for the history books (more ways then one).

    Romance+Part of History+Funny+Great acting= One of the best movies out there ever. Only one bad thing, alittle long for me.

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Historical, Disaster, Classics, Love & Romance