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Titanic (3D)

Titanic (3D)

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Language English
Format Blu-ray
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Actor(s) Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet
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James Cameron's Titanic is back in 3D and this time with Blue-ray . a technology of film making which offers closest "cinema" experience anyone can get.

This movie that stands as greatest movie of all time. James Cameron directed this movie in late '90s'. It was a love story set on an "indestructible" ship. The lovers in the movie are Jack(Leonardo Di Caprio) and Rose(Kate Winslet). Jack is a poor guy from working class, rather a vagabond. Whereas Rose is high-class trapped in with her aristocratic fiancée(Billy Zane). As the movie moves ahead, they fall in love with crackling chemistry between the leads. Tragically enough the cruise liner crashes into iceberg and sinks off the southern coast of Newfoundland on 15th April, 1912. The ship was to reach New York from Southampton, England.

The film was highly applauded for its grand treatment by Cameron. It is such a spectacle to eyes. There is hue of Victoria England in gowns, mannerism and decor of high class in strong contrast to low standard of working third class. The film has received most nominations for Oscars and gained a whooping 18 billion dollars from the worldwide box office. It also won 11 Oscars, maximum for any film ever. Titanic 3D is worth watching and brings to you this DVD so that you can sit back and enjoy Cameron's magic.

This 3D blu- ray is thrilling and moves you deeply. You are sure to get Goosebumps after watching titanic sink with such detailing. This is great opportunity for u to watch this legendry movie in HD and full resolution. Blu-ray offers an overall visual display.

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Product Details
Language English
Theatrical Release Date January 1, 1997
Format Blu-ray
Blu-ray Regions Region Free
Genre Drama - romantic
Censor Rating U/A (Parental Guidance)
Actor(s) Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet
Director(s) James Cameron
No of Discs 2
Runtime 197 minutes
Studio Excel

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  1. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     This is a great film 21 December, 2013 On
    Jim Cameron didn't need to create this huge-scale, heavily detailed historical drama to prove to me he was a great director. This film did pretty much convince the rest of the movie-going world, though. We all know the story of this great luxury liner sinking to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean on that chilly April evening in 1912. The substantial loss of life still ranks among the great human tragedies of recent history (9/11, Pearl Harbor, etc). Cameron spared no cost of either time or money to make the ship and its furnishings look exactly as they would have on that maiden voyage. In terms of technical detail, this film is without peer.

    The cast is generally appealing. Leo DiCaprio is far from a world-class actor, but his enthusiastic and earnest portrayal of Jack Dawson couldn't have been done better. Kate Winslet looks right in her element as a pampered young debutant trying to brake away from her boring life consisting of endless dinners and tea parties. Kathy Bates as "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" is always likeable and the rest of the cast (mostly Brits) does a good job of filling out their respective roles of cast and crew. Billy Zane gives the film's best performance as Winslet's greedy, snobbish fiancee. He is one of our most underrated actors. And you have to love David Warner as his bodyguard/enforcer. As far as the special effects go, it's hard to imagine the sinking of the ship could have been filmed any better. Each time you view it, you seem to get a different perspective of just how lucky any of those passengers were to survive not only the actual sinking, but waiting around in life boats for help to arrive. As of this writing, only three known survivors are still alive. One can only imagine how many countless hours it took to conceive of, shoot, and edit the last hour of the film. The results are terrific.

    There are flaws in the overall mix, however. Some of the dialogue (Mostly Leo's) is down right corny. "When you've got nothing, you've got nothing to lose!" or "You seem like kind of an indoor girl" are two examples. Also, the notion that a guy from steerage class could go up and mingle with the first class passengers under any circumstances is not plausable. Keep in mind that a first class ticket on Titanic in today's economy would go for $80,000! These were some RICH people, and they wouldn't have let a guy like Dawson near them.

    Anyone who watches this film will have to endure numerous scenes of sappy romance. This film is a romance above all else. Just tough it out if it bothers you. It's not that bad.

    This film is tragic, exciting, sensual, pretentious, corny, extravagant, and even a little cheesy. And I love EVERY DAMN MINUTE OF IT!!!!!!!!

    5 of 5 stars.
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  2.  Epic Film ! 12 March, 2014 On
    This is one of the best films of all times. Great work by the director and his team to put up such a wonderful film in front of us. A must watch film for all ages. We have always heard of the titanic since childhood, the director of this film did a great job in showing this film to us.
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