• Joel Clark

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Joel Clark 19 Apr, 2015

    Titanic was the first video I ever got on video when i was young that wasn't taped off the TV. I actually remember getting it, i think I was 3. And I have to give this movie credit for spawning my interest in Titanic, from the construction, to the aftermath of the sinking, and everything in between. So i loved this movie as a kid. Then i sort of went through a phase of hating it due to the discovery…


  • Will Hopson

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Will Hopson 16 Apr, 2015

    The tragic story of the Titanic told in an epic 3-hour runtime rarely feels slow or bloated thanks to every scene being important in some way either to the story or the development of this paint-by-numbers oscar-bait romance between Jack and what might as well have been an actual rose. Hopefully the flower could act better.

    The directing, visual effects, production design, editing, cinematography, and (for the most part) writing are unarguably at the top of their games here, but…


  • moviesrmythingx

    ★★★ Added by moviesrmythingx

    I would of gave it five stars when I first saw it at age 10…


  • Karla Castel

    ★★★★ Added by Karla Castel



  • mturk17

    ★★★ Added by mturk17

    oh god, it drags on sooo long


  • Danni

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Danni 09 Mar, 2015

    I will always have a soft spot for this movie- one of our family classics that reminds me of my childhood.


  • Lance Lubelski

    ★½ Rewatched by Lance Lubelski 05 Apr, 2015 2

    has boobs


  • Jonathan Paula

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Jonathan Paula 12 Apr, 2012


    This epic romantic disaster film written, directed, produced, and edited by the only person to visit the deepest part of the ocean, Hollywood icon James Cameron, was released just in time for Oscar contention in late 1997 - and with a $200 million dollar budget was the most expensive movie ever made, (at the time). Adjusted for inflation, that's actually $50 million more than it cost White Star Line to construct the original ship itself in 1910. Luckily for…


  • brokim

    ★★ Rewatched by brokim 03 Apr, 2015



  • Kevin Falk

    ½ Added by Kevin Falk



  • Celeste Gibson

    ★★★★★ Added by Celeste Gibson

    I mean literally the greatest movie ever made, produced, directed, acted in, scored..what else can you say?


  • Jeremy Clark

    ★★★★★ Added by Jeremy Clark

    For all the hype and backlash, Titanic is still the ultimate Hollywood spectacle, an ingenious blending of artifice and emotion and one of the most beloved and acclaimed films of all time. It dominated the Academy Awards, nominated in 14 categories and winning in 10. It is meticulously crafted, beautifully acted, and completely awe-inspiring, particularly the last devastating hour. Despite weak dialogue, the actors, who play timeless archetypes rather than characters, have unforgettable chemistry, and their doomed romance elevated Leonardo…