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Titanic 3D Movie Review

 Titanic 3D Rating:  3.75/5

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Titanic 3D Movie Review


Ratings:Unrated Reviewer:Rajeev Masand Site:IBNLive (CNN IBN)

Watching Titanic on the big screen again, I felt a surge of nostalgia sweep through me. Great movies have a timeless quality to them, and Titanic is nothing if not a great movie.By converting the film into 3D for this re-release, Cameron intends for Titanic to be an even more immersive experience. So those scenes of water flooding the compartments, the delicate china falling off shelves, and the ship literally splitting into two feel more real and closer than before.Of course, it's superfluous to rate the film today – Titanic, after all, is still the magnificent cinema-going experience it was a decade and a half ago. 3D or not, movie-lovers will relish this stunning trip down the past…and to re-live that phenomenon on the big screen with your friends all these years later – that's what makes this Titanic so special.
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Ratings:4/5 Reviewer:Allen O Brien Site: Times Of India
Cameron's real trick-n-treat visual wizardry is primarily seen during the last 30 minutes of the movie. Perhaps, that's why you just can't wait for the Titanic to snap. And snap it does, 3D ishtyle. Right from the luxury liner being hit by the oh-so-big iceberg, water blasting through the hull, those on board being washed away by violent waves... to the ship's final plunge as it breaks into two, is what makes Titanic different... and worth a watch ek baar phir! .So grab your 3D glasses and book yourself a tryst with the turn-of-the-century cinema all over again.Tip off: You know what's coming up next on screen. But rest assured, you still won't mind seeing the Titanic sink all over again - in 3D... exactly a hundred years from the moment it actually happened.
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Ratings:4/5 Reviewer:Sukanya Verma Site: Rediff
As for the 3D bit, I found it much too understated for my liking especially coming from Cameron post-Avatar. The first two hours barely reflect any and the concluding one hour is unfairly mingy on technology that plays up its re-release.This time too, however, it's the emotionality of its story and the tragedy engulfing its characters that draw non-stop tears and terror during Titanic's climatic 80 minutes. As glad I am to have finally seen it outside the idiot box, wearing a pair of uncomfortable glasses for such a tepid impact (for three hours and 15 minutes) doesn't make sense to me. Ultimately, Titanic's triumph lies in its uncompromising grandeur while constructing the fragility and fickleness of life, romance and science supported by comprehensive research, flawless detailing, rich sub-text and ingenious filmmaking.
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Ratings:4/5 Reviewer:Christy Lemire Site: NDTV
you know the story by now, but the 3-D actually makes it seem new in some ways. The costumes look more refined, the sense of vertigo feels more severe, the rushing water feels more immediate. And it's just fun to see the buxom, feisty Winslet and boyish, charming DiCaprio in the roles that made them superstars on the big screen once more.That's another thing: If you're going to see Titanic in 3-D, see it with people who loved the movie the first time; I have to admit I was not one of them back then but found myself surprisingly more engaged this time around. It's so familiar, so full of lines and moments that are ingrained in the culture
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Ratings:3/5 Reviewer:Shalini Langer Site: Indian Express
THERE are reasons that make Titanic an unsinkable story, none of which has got to do with the fact that it plays out to us in 3D. James Cameron got this so right the first time -- even within old-syle melodrama -- that he didn't need this update.The only question to ask then is whether the 3D makes the sinking of the "largest man-made moving object ever made" more disastrous? No -- except the depth it adds to the scenes where the ship is pictured against the sea it set out to conquer
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Ratings:3.5/5 Reviewer:Omar Qureshi Site:Zoom Review Show

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  1. I love titanic there is no mean for its in 3d, 2d or any specific features.

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  2. Awesome movie reviews! It was sweet to see Titanic on the big screen again. I forgot how awesome this movie is, when you can see it in the theater. Now I know why so many went to view this movie more than once. The 3-D experience is unforgettable and I won’t forget the depth it gave the picture

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