Titanic 3D

Visitors learn the fate of the passenger they are assigned. I studied the face of Katherine Buckley, a 22-year-old Irish lass who didn't make it to America alive.
As someone who attends film festivals with relish, I still feel a terrible urge to expose the most overrated things in today's film industry.
One reason for Chinese interest in "Titanic" is that the populace was probably not inundated with endless TV specials about the doomed liner--its final hours...its big mystery ... the water-logged artifacts, etc. Many people here were "Titanic"-ed out by the time the 3D version opened.
Marshall Drew died in 1986 at the age of 82 survived by one daughter, four grandsons, and three great-grandsons. Drew, whose
In China it costs 150 yuan (US$24) per ticket to see "Titanic 3D" on IMAX -- a hefty price for the average Chinese citizen
We all know what happens in Titanic. There were no surprises. Nothing had changed in the film, and the addition of 3D was meaningless. What had changed -- we suddenly realized -- was us.
When the epic was released in 1997, everyone swooned over Jack and Rose, the movie's star-crossed lovers. After seeing it, I took away another message: Rarely will life be what you expect, but that doesn't mean you can't make the most of it.
At 12: Old Rose threw the necklace into the water so it could be with Jack! At 26: Old Rose just threw her granddaughter's inheritance into the ocean for no reason.
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Thank you, Billy! No one's heard a peep out of Leonardo DiCaprio (though Cameron relayed his sentiments after hosting a brief
Titanic 3D hits theaters today, and we're reliving 1997 by looking back on some of our favorite Jack-and-Rose moments. Inspired