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Titanic 10th Anniversary

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet light up the screen as Jack and Rose, the young lovers who find one another on the maiden voyage of the "unsinkable" R.M.S. Titanic. But when the doomed luxury liner collides with an iceberg in the frigid North Atlantic, their passionate love affair becomes a race for survival.


Studio Paramount
SKU 205664817
UPC 097361313443
UPC 14 00097361313443
Format DVD
Release Date 11/20/2007
Rating Rating
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  2.35:1
Cast & Crew
Bill Paxton - Actor
Billy Zane - Actor
Conrad Buff IV, et. al. - Editor
Frances Fisher - Actor
Ioan Gruffudd - Actor
James Cameron - Producer
James Cameron - Director
James Cameron - Writer
James Horner - Original Music By
Kate Winslet - Actor
Kathy Bates - Actor
Leonardo DiCaprio - Actor
Martin Laing - Art Director
Peter Lamont - Production Designer
Rae Sanchini - Executive Producer
Russell Carpenter - Cinematographer
Victor Garber - Actor
Winner (1998) Golden Globe, James Cameron, Best Director - Motion Picture,Golden Globe, Titanic, Best Motion Picture - Drama,Golden Globe, James Horner, Best Original Score - Motion Picture,Golden Globe, James Horner, Will Jennings, Best Original Song - Motion Picture,Oscar, James Cameron, Jon Landau, Best Picture,Oscar, James Cameron, Best Director,Oscar, Peter Lamont, Michael Ford, Best Art Direction-Set Decoration,Oscar, Russell Carpenter, Best Cinematography,Oscar, Deborah Lynn Scott, Best Costume Design,Oscar, Tom Bellfort, Christopher Boyes, Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing,Oscar, Robert Legato, et. al., Best Effects, Visual Effects,Oscar, Conrad Buff, IV, et. al., Best Film Editing,Oscar, James Horner, Best Music, Original Dramatic Score,Oscar, James Horner, Will Jennings, Best Music, Original Song,Oscar, Gary Rydstrom, et. al., Best Sound
ReviewSource ReelViews
Review Short of climbing aboard a time capsule and peeling back eight and one-half decades, James Cameron's magnificent Titanic is the closest any of us will get to walking the decks of the doomed ocean liner. Meticulous in detail, yet vast in scope and intent, Titanic is the kind of epic motion picture event that has become a rarity. You don't just watch Titanic, you experience it -- from the launch to the sinking, then on a journey two and one-half miles below the surface...While Titanic is easily the most subdued and dramatic of Cameron's films, fans of more frantic pictures like Aliens and The Abyss will not be disappointed. Titanic has all of the thrills and intensity that movie-goers have come to expect from the director. A dazzling mix of style and substance, of the sublime and the spectacular, Titanic represents Cameron's most accomplished work to date. It's important not to let the running time hold you back -- these three-plus hour pass very quickly. Although this telling of the Titanic story is far from the first, it is the most memorable, and is deserving of Oscar nominations not only in the technical categories, but in the more substantive ones of Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Actress.
Reviewer James Berardinelli
ReviewRating 10
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review James Cameron's 194-minute, $200 million film of the tragic voyage is in the tradition of the great Hollywood epics. It is flawlessly crafted, intelligently constructed, strongly acted and spellbinding. If its story stays well within the traditional formulas for such pictures, well, you don't choose the most expensive film ever made as your opportunity to reinvent the wheel...We know before the movie begins that certain things must happen. We must see the Titanic sail and sink, and be convinced we are looking at a real ship. There must be a human story--probably a romance--involving a few of the passengers. There must be vignettes involving some of the rest and a subplot involving the arrogance and pride of the ship's builders--and perhaps also their courage and dignity. And there must be a reenactment of the ship's terrible death throes; it took two and a half hours to sink, so that everyone aboard had time to know what was happening, and to consider their actions...Movies like this are not merely difficult to make at all, but almost impossible to make well. The technical difficulties are so daunting that it's a wonder when the filmmakers are also able to bring the drama and history into proportion. I found myself convinced by both the story and the saga.
Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 10
DVD, Dolby, Digital Audio, English, No Longer Produced
Andy Jones, TNT RoughCut A heart-tugging potboiler that is at once poetic, tragic and cold as steel.
Elvis Mitchell, The New York Times A huge, thrilling three-and-a-quarter-hour experience that unerringly lures viewers into the beauty and heartbreak of its lost world.
Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune ...a film that sweeps us away into a world of spectacle, beauty and excitement.
Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle The last hour of Titanic is huge and staggering...
Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly ...floods you with elemental passion in a way that invites comparison with the original movie spectacles of D.W. Griffith.
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