6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Excellent DVD set and movie,
This review is from: Titanic (Four-Disc Combo: Blu-ray / DVD / Digital Copy) (Blu-ray)
Titanic finally gets the DVD treatment its deserved after all this time. This particular set is great as its got the BluRay discs as well as the DVD in case you have other players in the house that just have DVD players like I do. There are so many extras and features on this set that you'll never get through it all in one sitting. There is one thing I noticed after watching the excellent four part feature set called "Reflections on Titanic" and that was where is Leonardo DiCaprio? He is the only main player that is completely absent from speaking and contributing. I thought that was odd. Other than that, this is still an incredible dvd set that delves into detail on the making of the movie and what they all went through. There is also a nearly 2 hour documentary of an in depth look at the actual Titanic ship itself and how they attempted to solve the mystery of what really happened as if it were a crime scene. This is hosted by the Director, James Cameron who you really appreciate his genius and intellect. This documentary alone is already worth the price of this set. The special features however can only be played on a BluRay player. The DVD movie is just the movie. There are also 60 other behind the scenes vignettes and 30 deleted scenes. If you have a surround sound system then this is a movie you want to crank up. It's as if you're on the ship with them. This is definitely a keeper!
I realize they lump all reviews throughout the different versions of Titanic available. The one I'm reviewing is Titanic (Four-Disc Combo: Blu-ray / DVD / Digital Copy)