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See Titanic as you have never seen it before. Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet shine in the timeless love story born of tragedy that created an international phenomenon as memorable as the legendary 'ship of dreams'. Winner of 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, this epic masterpiece is destined to sweep audiences anew into the journey of a lifetime.
Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson
Kate Winslet as Rose Dewitt Bukater
Billy Zane as Cal Hockley
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Experience Academy Award-winning director James Cameron’s epic masterpiece Titanic like never before. Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet shine in this unforgettable love story born of tragedy that became a worldwide phenomenon. Take the journey and discover why critics declare Titanic “a magnificent motion picture that remains spellbinding.”*
* Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times
Disc 1 – Feature Film - Part One
Disc 2 – Feature Film - Part Two + Bonus Features
- Aspect Ratio : 1.85:1
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- MPAA rating : s_medPG13 PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
- Product Dimensions : 7.75 x 5.25 x 0.5 inches; 4 Ounces
- Item model number : 25515940
- Director : James Cameron
- Media Format : Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Original recording remastered, Subtitled, Widescreen
- Run time : 3 hours and 14 minutes
- Release date : September 10, 2012
- Actors : Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Frances Fisher
- Subtitles: : Spanish, English, French
- Studio : PARAMOUNT
- ASIN : B007SPPANM
- Number of discs : 2
- Best Sellers Rank: #253 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Having established that, I will only add this: I find both Jack and Rose to both be immensely unlikable characters. Jack is a thief, a liar, and doesn't care a whit about Rose's future in America, or - for that matter - her past. He is an opportunist. And, as such, he lacks any and all scruples. His only desire is to subvert, upend, and cause a stir. He lives for the moment, and that moment must revolve around him. Nothing else beyond that matters. His death is utterly trivialized by how little his life mattered - and that is one hundred percent due to him.
Rose is, arguably, far worse. This is a woman for whom 'everything' was not enough - a member of the aristocracy at a time when the poor were little better than indentured servants. She mopes, she attempts suicide, she screws around with Jack (and then lets him freeze [because that whole door? It's damn well her's]). These massive personality flaws might be written off as the product of youth, except that Rose spends the next 80 years utterly detached from reality, pining for her Titanic fling. Her husband? Her children? Her grandchildren? They don't matter - they haven't developed a place in her cold heart that could even rival that brief, post-adolescent screw with Jack.
And then she tosses the diamond into the sea. Don't donate it to charity; don't leave it as an heirloom for your family - nope! Into the ocean! Because, you know, that's *meaningful,* or some garbage.
The rest of the movie is just fine - the acting is excellent; the special effects were (for their time) astounding. But I feel like the central story is undermined by the two remarkably hollow and, frankly, downright bad people at its core.
I would definitely recommend this edition, especially the commentary track, to anyone who enjoyed the film without it!
What can I say?! A timeless classic remastered for 3D viewing makes the experience of watching this movie THAT much more immersive. Crisp, vibrant picture and at a fair price which is well worth it. The only downside is that the movie is divided into two discs - but a minor downside in all which you receive - which is an invitation for a little over 3 hours worth of feeling like you’re actually experiencing a love story and tragedy of your own.
I never had the liberty of seeing this movie in theater on a big screen but watched it promptly when it was released on VHS, then moving up to DVD and now the fantastic quality provided on Blu-Ray (and in 3D as well). I lost touch for years of how truly powerful this movie and story were until I stumbled across it on Netflix a little over a month ago. I’ve watched it thrice more since then.
I cannot help but blame Jack Dawson for my unrealistic expectations in men. 😂
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Now I bought it again as I like watching the actual special effects, you don't seem to appreciate the efforts of making this film until you see it again. I admit, the love story between Jack and Rose (Leonardo dicaprio an Kate Winslet) still can get a tad irritating as the rest of the character. Not their fault as the film is mostly to do with the actual Iceberg incident.
I hadn't realised how cheesy the storylines were even though with a good cast like Billy Zane (played a American medic in Memphis Belle very good film) and found odd how bad an ass he was he didn't die, unlike poor Jack who freezes to death at the very end, making sure that Rose survives by floating on a raft. I have to admit the efforts made into this film are very good even though it is an old film now. The only odd thing about the ship itself, how come nobody claimed to say 'ANYONE ELSE SUFFER SEA SICKNESS?? I know I do!
There are no real extras on this copy of the DVD there is a special edition which is a bit more money only this is worth keeping.
There are delete scenes on the other special edition DVD and a scene that would have been good included the Captain of the Titanic shouting back for some of the boats to return but none did, very sad really as so many lives could have been saved. I have no idea how I would have handled being in such a terrifying position. When water invades anything it destroys things so quickly and yes, we were led to believe that Titanic was indeed 'unsinkable' but alas she did, not before splitting in half.
If you haven't see this then it's good just for special effects but like me, I just wanted to own the film so I could watch it without any annoying adverts you get on FilmFour.
The film transfer is digitally mastered for picture and sound, and is astounding even allowing for the fact that it was made in the modern era --- dare I say that this is one of the few films that will look better on Blu-ray as I've found that many are only marginally better or sometimes even poorer ?
Disc 1 has 103 minutes of the film plus bonus features, disc 2 has the balance of the film, 83 minutes, and more bonus features including a music video, Celine Dion's 'My Heart Will Go On'.
Disc 3 & 4 have even further bonus features including deleted scenes, 'Titanic' parodies, visual effects, production featurettes etc.
At the heart of the film are audio commentaries by James Cameron and dozens of cast and crew which can be played over the film. For an enthusiast of the film this box set is perfect, and I did buy more than one set to give to such enthusiasts, very gratefully received if I can say so myself.
Countless subtitles available including English.
In the 2d cinema.
On 2d blu-ray.
On 3d blu-ray.
The 3d version is by far best and the post-conversion quality is utterly astonishing. I defy anyone to not think this is native 3d ... the processing power required to achieve the perfect 3rd dimension is mind-blowing!
If you have a 3d tv (especially an oled) and have any regard for this film then buy this 3d version.
Anyway, in December I took my boy to see Star Wars the Force Awakens in 3D at the cinema. I loved the film but came away wishing we had only gone to the 2D showing. The only scenes worth seeing in 3D were the space scenes.
But after seeing Titanic 3D, I am absolutely blown away. The 3D aspect totally gives you an impression of the sheer size and height of the titanic which you don't get from the normal version. On the projector at 120" it was mind blowing. You feel like you are actually there. The bluray 2D version (included in this package) is also visually perfect. But I see why the 3D version is the benchmark film for all 3D films. Totally worth a watch. And a tip, go to "all new and used" to select the bluray new from amazon for £7.00 instead of the advertised £17.