What can I say? I have been a fan of Titanic since it came out in 1997. I may have even watched it 3 or 4 times at the cinema back then – dragging all my friends along to see “this most wonderful love story”. Titanic is a film of massive proportions, just as the ship was. It’s a film that brings out strong feelings from those who love it and those who don’t – you hardly ever get anyone who feels wishy-washy about it.
I went into the film wondering if it would be any better in 3D, to me it was a fantastic example of cinematography that couldn’t get much better than it was. I was wrong – it could get better – it is SO much better in 3D and James Cameron is a genius!
If you haven’t seen it (where have you been? living under a rock??) the Titanic is a movie based on the real tragedy of 100 years ago. The story starts in present time, with the sole living survivor of the Titanic disaster, Rose DeWitt Bukater. She reveals a love story between two classes on board the first and only journey of the Titanic across the Atlantic. We all know it isn’t going to end well as the Titanic hits an iceberg and sinks. What will happen to Rose and her true love Jack?
So why should everyone go to see Titanic in 3D?
Not only is it 100 years since mankind thought that “God himself could not sink this ship” and we need to be reminded of the tragedy of so many lives lost because of pride, but who doesn’t want to get the chance to view one of the greatest films of all time back on the big screen!
Reviewed by: Dione Read