I hate so many things in this film, but for some reason I can't hate it overall. I hate any bit of the film that has to do with Rose in present day, I hate the length of this film, and I hate the weak romance plot that turns into a disaster action flick for the last hour.
Surely there were enough memorable moments to save this from being unbearable.
I Like 1997's Titanic.
Watchlist-- And the winners and nominees are…..
Academy Awards, 1998
-Best Director: James Cameron
-Best Cinematography: Russell Carpenter
-Best Art Direction-Set Decoration
-Best Costume Design
-Best Film Editing
-Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing
-Best Effects, Visual Effects
-Best Music, Original Song
James Horner (music)
Will Jennings (lyrics)
For the song "My Heart Will Go On", performed by Céline Dion.
-Best Music, Original Dramatic Score: James Horner
-Best Actress in a Leading Role: Kate Winslet
-Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Gloria Stuart
I Like 1997's Titanic, I Like It Because It's Turning 20 Years Old In 2017.
This film is definitely a shining example of an epic movie done right. The love theme and Celine Dion's song fit perfectly along with Jack and Rose's romance.
My favorite scene would have to be when Rose is running through the boiler area and her dress seemingly floats behind her trail. The funniest death though has to go to the guy who falls off the end of the ship as it's up in the air and hits the propeller sending him into a spin as he plummets into the ocean. I don't know why, but that one has always cracked me up.
Last night I watched Titanic, for the 100th time or so, and I was still hoping for a different end. I don’t have to tell what the film is about, everybody knows what’s about whether you’ve seen it or not. It doesn’t matter how often I’ve seen this film, it always makes me cry. Not because of the love story, but because of all the people who died on Titanic. Only thinking about it makes me sad, it is such…
James Cameron cast Billy Zane in this because he liked him in "The Phantom." That's the worst casting story of all time
Watching Titanic, I have to think that the two lookouts on the crow's nest were the ship's version of Merry and Pippin.
Lets face it you can not dislike this movie. A classic love story. Will forever be a part of my collection.
Say what you will; but 'Titanic' is a modern-day masterpiece. Superb acting from DiCaprio and Winslet entice the audience, and the brilliant cinematic score and enchanting cinematography leave them awe-inspired. I am not much of a romance fan myself, however this disaster-epic is one not to be missed.