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Titanic  (1998 - English)

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  • Laya Maheshwari

    The 3D adds nothing, but a big screen & crowd do.

    Titanic rating: 8 out of 10

    By Laya Maheshwari(16 Apr 2012)

    Titanic is just one of the very few, isn't it?

    Of course, since its release, there have been films which ended up costing more. A film has grossed more at the box-office. Multiple blockbuster epics have been critical and commercial successes. Its production design and special effects have been surpassed too. But as a cultural landmark, as a behemoth and as a conversation starter, very few films can claim to be Titanic's equal, leave aside its superior.

    Titanic, hence, becomes a film that is extremely ideal for re-releases. I have little-to-no memory ... » read more

Film: "Titanic"; Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and Billy Zane; Director: James Cameron; Rating: **** 1/2

Since "Titanic" originally released in 1997, the first question that comes to one's mind is of reasons to 'revisit' the film. The second question is about a film that may have won maximum Oscars, but whether 3D is good enough reason to not buy a DVD instead?

Vivacious Jack (DiCaprio) travelling third class on Titanic falls for the beautiful but lonely Rose (Winslet). As the ship hits an iceberg, a battle for survival is waged even as the jealous, industrialist fiance Cal (Zane) bays for the blood of the two lovers.

Titanic, the film, as the ship in 1914, has become stuff of legends so it's pointless to» Read full review

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