When I first saw Titanic, it was in December 2021. The first time I saw it, I was really into it and it turned out to be one of my most, favorited movies of all time. Then in July 2022 (7 months later), I saw it again, and I once again fell in love with the movie again. Now 7 months later, I got to see this in 3D in the theaters for the 25th Anniversary re-release. I was literally set with my mind to see this in theaters if that was the last thing I did. . . and yes, I saw this opening weekend on the Saturday, and after seeing it in theaters it not only confirms again that it’s one of my top favorite movies of all time, but it is one of the best movie cinema exprience I’ve ever had!

This is my all-time favorite romance movie. I love how James Cameron made an epic, romance story on a based true event . . . the sinking of the Titanic. I’ve usually not a big romancr tyoe of guy, but for me, the romance story told throughout the story works for me. It’s such a strong romance story that when the movie ended on how it did . . . it literally gets me into tears almost every time. It’s such an epic told romance story that I don’t know how anyone could not enjoy the story. My favorite scene was the “I’m Flying” Scene with the most iconic soundtrack of the whole movie, My Heart Will Go On. It’s the perfect scene to see in 3D in the theaters on the big screen instead of watching it on your Chromebook laptop or on your I-phone 12.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet were the perfect people for the main characters as Jack Dawson and Rose Dewitt. It was because of them they made not only the love, romance part so good but also so realistic. They did such a great job that I’m kind of shocked that neither of them or even one of them one an Oscar of their role. I mean, 14 nominatons and 11 wins and neither Leonardo and Kate got a win . . .? At least Kate got nominated for the Oscar as The Best Actress. But this movie was such a success that it got 209 Nominees and 126 wins. Not to mention, it’s Number 3# of All Time at the Box Office (as of February 12, 2023) with over $2 billion.

I’m not a big James Cameron fan when it comes to the Avatar series, because the first Avatar movie was okay, while the sequel Avatar: The Way of Water was such a failure in my eyes. So when going into a James’ movie, I go in now with a little cautious . . . he’s either a hit or miss director for me. But Titanic is James’ best work in my eyes. It’s such an epic, drama historical, romance fiction movie that I could see this again and again in theaters and I feel like I could never be tired of it. It’s these kind of movies that deserve the big screen and not only in normal format, but in 3D, 4D, 4DX, IMAX, and all those kind of amazing formats. Because in my eyes . . . these movies are the epic, dramas that need to be on big screen!

The cinematography in the movie is pure perfection and although the story is not the strongest seen, it’s such an amazing romance story that it doesn’t matter at the least. The sinking of Titanic scene was epic, and such a pwoerful, intense moment that I could see that again and again. All those people that died like 1,500 while only 706 survived is such a tragic tragedy. I love also how this movie showed class . . . even in the 1900s they had class. Some of the scenes are revolting to watch because seeing how 1st class treat 3rd class is stupid how they think they’re better because they got money and successful. But 1st class Rose destroys that barrier when she starts loving 3rd class Jack.

In the end, this movie is strong in a lot of aspect. Although this movie could have been cut by 30 minutes, I felt like Cameron needed the extra 30 minutes to tell the epic romance story and to tell the epic sinking of the Titanic. This movie has one of the most noticeable soundtrack and scene and not to mention how sad it gets that I wonder how anyone can’t like this movie. It’s such an epic, romance, drama film told though amazing visuals and cinematography that in the end . . . it’s a must watch, and it’s even a more must watch on the big screen!



Director: James Cameron

Writer: James Cameron

Film Editors: Conrad Buff IV, James Cameron, and Richard A. Harris

Executive Producer: Rae Sanchini

Producers: James Cameron and Jon Landau

Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Victor Garber, Bernard Hill, Frances Fisher, Katy Bates, Jonathan Hyde, Bill Paxton, David Warner, and Gloria Stuart

Runtime: 3 hours 17 minutes

Rated: PG-13

Releasers: Paramount and 20th Century Fox

Released: December 19, 1997

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