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Titanic (1997)

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Year: 1997
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director: James Cameron
Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane

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Noble seventeen years, is expected to marry a rich plaintiff by his mother falls in love with a poor artist, but a luxury liner, RMS Titanic pity.
They really are quite strange. When Titanic first came out, the reviews were mixed, but the general public loved it, those who did not like the movie was definitely in the minority. Over the years it became somewhat fashionable slag off the Titanic, although a large proportion of the people who did it were probably among those who made it such a huge hit theaters. Titanic is flawed, certainly, sometimes extremely so. But it is also a huge success for its director James Cameron. When mixed with the romance of a disaster is harder to do than some might think. Maybe he has a right to say I'm the king of the world when the film won the Best Pdcture the awards. Only once in a great opening today, effectively using one of Cameron's real footage he took the sunken Titanic. There is a real sense of mystery. Than we flash back on board the Titanic, and the film Choiceyesterdaytomorrow stand just about two hours. Attention to detail is amazing {not all matched cutlery, you know}, and there is nothing wrong with a very slow build-to-action think The Seven Samourai. But the main romance between Leo and Kate are often poorly written and convincing. Back to top Kates Rose certainly would not do two things she Gori movie as soon as she did it {of course, thousands of teenage girls watching a movie in 1997 will have to disagree with my views}. We also have, for example, Cameron worked continuously point that poor people on board is better than a rich people.However the last 80 or so minutes that describes shipwreck is simply brilliant film. The tension is built masterfully, even though we know what will happen, and culminates with some technical shots, which is still impressive. Maybe a little two much emphasis on the central couple, but there are some really moving moments, and it really feels good, although it is, of course, Cameron had a little play with the facts here, and that at least one descendant of one of the survivors is shown. The sequence includes the boat is haunted by a particularly good use of sound. For the last scene, it manages to be quite moving, its schmaltzy but it works {though hardly original, I think that somewhere in time, and a variety of '40s romantic fantasy}. Titanic has some great use of CGI {see the transition from the present to the past to the wrecked ship} and vivid special effects-poor iceberg that looks like polystyrene. James Horner is the best selling result is really quite poor and only occasionally cause feelings should do. Performances are great, and sometimes manage to overcome some of the characteristics of thin {such as Rose fiancé Billy Zane? E, who has to suffer too much eye make up!} In general, the Titanic is still worth seeing, and sometimes it really hit the heights that it should. It succeeds more than it fails, which is impressive in the film as ambitious as this.

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