Jack and Rose survive and the Titanic makes it safely to shore... That's the ending that you would wish for by the end of the movie. For most people, emotions will go uncontrolled, especially in the second half, the sinking scene. Yes, the movie is three hours and a half long. And yes, I did say the second half was the sinking scene. All of it.
I don't even know why I'm writing a review about this movie. Everyone in the world that has access to a movie theater has seen this movie; anyone that hasn't either is blind, deaf, or insane. Titanic took a replica two-thirds the length of the real thing and $300 million dollars to make; for once, the budget was well spent. Some of the most impressive graphics ever mixed with an extraordinary soundtrack just scratches the surface. Though scripting is shaky in a few parts, Winslett and DiCaprio smooth out the rough parts. An extraordinary sinking scene and chilling (literally) ending makes Titanic one of the best movies ever created. If you haven't seen it, you're deranged.
Review by Erik Samdahl unless otherwise indicated.
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