The movie Titanic is a drama film that was released in the fall of 1997. It was one of the most highly anticipated movies of that year. The movie Titanic was the most successful movie of 1997 and is also among the greatest movies of all time. This movie was directed by James Cameron and features Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio. Titanic is about a group of people who board and ride the Titanic ship that eventually sunk. This is also a love story in which an artist falls in love with an aristocratic woman. She is currently engaged to a man who is also a member of the upper class. Titanic is among the most popular movies of all time as well.
In the beginning the viewer sees an elderly woman who is sitting in a chair and talking about her experience on the Titanic ship. Most of the movie takes place on board the famous ship that sank in the Atlantic Ocean. On the ship there are many different people but most of them are members of the upper class. However there is one man who is an artist and is not as well off as many of the other passengers. When hanging around the ship, he finds and discovers a woman that he becomes very interested and attracted to. Over time he talks to her and spends time with her on a regular basis. At the same time, the woman is currently engaged to an aristocratic man who is quite conceited and possessive. Eventually she begins to lose interest in him and falls in love with the artist. When the ship crashes into an iceberg, it begins to sink and gets flooded. All of the passengers begin to flee and get on life rafts. In the end, the artist needs to stay in the water and tells the woman that he loves her and she will be okay. She is rescued while he dies due to hypothermia in the freezing north Atlantic ocean.
As stated earlier, Titanic was among the finest movies in recent memory. The movie did excellent at the box office and was therefore one of the highest grossing movies of all time. In fact some heralded this movie as arguably the greatest of all time. Most critics praised the movie and gave it excellent reviews as a result. Due to its incredible box office success, the movie was playing in theaters for a few months which is much longer than what movies typically play for in theaters. However over time the praise has declined but it is still among the finest and most successful movies ever.
When "Titanic" came out in theaters, there were some fans who went to see the movie dozens of times during its theatrical run. So it's surprising, in a way, that it took this long for this fan theory to come about. One clever fan has theorized that Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) has an ulterior motive for hitching a ride on the doomed ship and falling in love with Rose: he's actually a time traveler from the future! You see, Jack has a few curious lines in the movie. In one, he talks about fishing on Lake Wissota.
Spring has been slow to come to much of the country, so even though it's April, you're probably still stuck inside. Fortunately, Netflix has added some new selections to its streaming catalog this month, giving you some different things to watch while you're waiting for the weather to warm up. You can get yourself in the mood to get out and be active when the weather permits by checking out a few sports movies that are newly available for streaming. Boxing is well represented by Sylvester Stallone's original "Rocky" and Will Smith's bio pic "Ali.
Pretty much anyone who was alive in the 1990's has seen James Cameron's epic "Titanic." Pretty much everyone who saw "Titanic" knows that the ending was a little frustrating. First, there was the fact that Jack could have totally fit on that floating piece of door. Second, there's the fact that Old Rose throws her priceless diamond necklace over the edge of poor Bill Paxton's boat, because apparently the many thousands of dollars that Paxton spent to salvage the wreckage in search of that very necklace is worth less than Rose's emotional closure.
Been planning to watch "Top Gun" on Netflix one of these days? Better get to it fast, because after the first of the year, Maverick, Ice Man and Goose—along with a whole bunch of other movie favorites—will disappear from the streaming service, at least for awhile. Reddit users have been keeping track of movies whose streaming deals on Netflix are set to expire on January 1, and the list is lengthy. Some of the films due to go away might go unnoticed by most users of the service—"Species 2" and "Seed of Chucky," for example—but a fair number of acclaimed classics will become unstreamable, too.
“Titanic” actress and Oscar winner Kate Winslet has tied the knot over the holiday week… for the third time. Who’s the lucky man? It’s Ned RocknRoll, nephew of richy-rich Richard Branson, and executive for Branson’s space flight venture Virgin Galactic. Take a moment to process those. 1) His name is Ned RocknRoll. 2) He heads up space shuttle flights for the wealthy. Interesting choice from a woman who was just honored by the queen at Buckingham Palace, where she was recognized as a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for her contribution to drama.
Film history's second highest-grossing release claimed still another box office record this past weekend, Deadline reports. Twentieth Century Fox and IMAX jointly declared Wednesday that James Cameron's re-released historic epic "Titanic 3D" has set a new precedent as China's highest-grossing IMAX opening weekend, hauling in $7 million across the 64 formatted screens showing it. China's IMAX opener mark was previously held by 2011's "Transformers: Dark Of The Moon".
Was Rose just a selfish b*tch after all? “Mythbusters” is going to tackle that age-old question, and finally, for once and for all, we will know if Rose’s love of personal space is what needlessly killed Jack in the end of “Titanic.” According to director James Cameron, however, the answer is nope. Love and stuff. "Actually, it's not a question of room, it's a question of buoyancy," Cameron explains in an interview. "When Jack puts Rose on the raft, then he tries to get on the raft.
The unsinkable ship meets the unstoppable sequel machine this weekend at the movie theater. But are either of the big releases this weekend worth your money? Get synopses, trailers and reviews below. "Titanic" (3D Release) Rated PG-13, 3 hrs. 15 mins. It has been more than a decade since "Titanic" hit theaters the first time around, and this month marks the 100th anniversary of the ship's maiden voyage (and subsequent disaster), so it makes perfect sense that director James Cameron would bring "Titanic" back for a re-release.