Posted April 11, 2012 by Tony Tuason in Movies/TV

MOVIE REVIEW: Titanic in 3D

Titanic in 3D

Titanic is a 1997 American epic romantic disaster film directed, written, co-produced, and co-edited by James Cameron. A fictionalized account of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, it stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ship during its ill-fated maiden voyage.[Wiki ] This year it is re-released as “Titanic in 3D” and was created by re-master the original and post-converting to 3D stereoscopic format. In the 3D release, it’ll surely intensify the drama, the looOOOoove, and I’m sure that the iceberg that sank Titanic will surely look bigger! And we know you guys would really love to hear that song by Celine Dion once again in the big screen ;)

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9.5 out of  10
by Lakwatsera Lovers

Once again we would like to thank Pinoy Exchange for the tickets to the press screening of Titanic 3D last night. The second highest grossing film of all time, bagging 11 Oscar awards including best picture and one of the best romantic movie in history sails the big screen one more time.

Titanic is one of the most famous movie ever so we should skip the summary. We proceed to the 3D conversion of the film. The 3D effects was barely felt, there are times when I removed my 3D glasses and I can still watch the movie perfectly. But even a pointless 3D conversion Titanic 100 year anniversary re-release was epic. Experiencing the film in the big screen was fantastic and it’s worth watching. One of the best love story ever told with such remarkable actors and characters that many have missed. It’s a long time ago since we first saw this movie on VHS and the feeling was still the same. Recalling the quotes and the lines that tattooed on our minds simply enchanted our hearts.  >> Read the full entry here.


4.5 out of 5
by Films and Events Check
The plot that film snobs (and those who have never given Titanic a chance) scoff at: Poor boy meets rich girl. On-board a luxurious and gigantic ship on its maiden voyage destined to sink. Celine Dion singing the theme song. Pretty sunsets. Heartthrob of the ’90s Leonardo DiCaprio yelling, “I’m the king of the world! Wohooo!” A love story so cliche it hurts.


But why did 95 percent of the world fall in love with Titanic when it premiered in 1997? And people never asking “Have you seenTitanic?” but “How many times have you seen Titanic?”  And why is it that, today, it is still one of our most favorite movies of all time?  >> Read the full entry here.


Tony Tuason

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