Titanic

Titanic

Video Cassette - 1998
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Jack and Rose find one another on the maiden voyage of the unsinkable "Titanic" but when the liner collides with an iceberg their passionate love affair becomes a race for survival.
Publisher: Hollywood, Calif. : Paramount Home Video, c1998
ISBN: 9780792151715
0792151712
Characteristics: 2 videocassettes (VHS) (194 min.) : | videorecording 1/2 in

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richibi
Oct 23, 2017

a fairy tale, essentially, to the detriment, nearly, of the technical perfection of this extraordinarily compelling historical event ("The Ring of The Nibelungen" verily, crossed with any of Walt Disney's fairy tale fantasies, "Cinderella", for instance, with Jack Dawson, Leonardo diCaprio, here, as the poor, star-crossed destitute, incongruous, however desired, at the society ball, earnestly in search of his uncoordinated slipper) lavishes production values - cinematography, editing, acting, sets and costumes, etc - of such superior quality that this film deserves a place at the very pinnacle of masterful, even iconic, filmic works of our era

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strider643
Sep 09, 2017

This is one of the worst movies I have seen. The love story is insipid. The special effects are lame. The iceberg looks like Styrofoam in a bathtub. It doesn't capture any sense of real danger of the reality of the situation. The acting is sub par and the direction is cumbersome. One of the most over rated pictures of all time.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Oct 25, 2016

The movie Titanic has a very touching and affecting plot line. It's re-created from a true story which makes it even more touching for the viewers while watching. A movie full of love, romance, the fighting of life and love, understandings... Jack and Rose fell deeply in love, but when a storm created a disaster and the ship was sinking, Jack put his life in danger and goes into the room sections to save his love Rose, but danger and death was against them, they got separated yet found each other again, the ship eventually sank, and they were in ice cold water. Jack sacrificed his life and let Rose stay on a floating wood, Rose being safe while watching Jack turn into ice and die... Rose eventually lives and her story lives on... a beautiful way to understand the history of Titanic and feel the power of true love.
- @mockingbird of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Titanic was a very sad and depressing movie, with a great ending. I loved the Titanic and it is definitely one of my favourite movies. I've seen this movie twice, and both times it made me cry equally as much. This movie was so upbeat and interesting up until the ending. The ending was thrilling, exciting, and frightening to watch. As probably everyone knows, the Titanic is based off of the nonfiction story, when the real ship sank. The movie was close to three hours, but the time flies as you're watching. Every scene was filled with moments that you could not quite seem to keep your eyes off of. The ending, once again, made every hope you had for the ship, sink (haha). When Jack and his lover were struggling to get out of the sinking ship, you were on your toes the entire time. Finally, when every ounce of happiness was crushed, Jack died. That was the worst part for me (and I'm sure a lot of people) because Jack was such a good boy, that deserved to live. This movie is clearly a 5/5. I loved it.
- @Montgomery of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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aurora_02
Oct 16, 2016

"You jump, I jump."

Such a beautiful love story. <3

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czekirda
Jul 28, 2016

I have this movie on VHS but i wanted to put a hold on it to see if it is the same movie as mine and it is so then i desdided to watch it and there are some parts of the movie i wish they could had kept like the part when he punches the bad guy in the face that is a goood part of the movie and there was some others parts i liked too like when they sing together and he gives her his coat and the part they they worn tham that it is going to hit and that they try to give the single i did see this listed in teathers evan thought it is a very old movie with Leonardo Decaprio.

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pemberely
May 13, 2016

this is a perfect movie

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Audrey1976
Mar 31, 2016

I still love this movie after almost 20 years. The soundtrack is just stunning, I would consider it an epic film.

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liew_jordan
Nov 20, 2015

This movie is so amazing!!!

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blennetr
Jul 20, 2015

THERE WAS ROOM FOR TWO ROSE, GAWD.

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glenna14
May 17, 2015

When I was 19 I thought this film was incredibly romantic. However, as my tastes have changed and I've matured it is hard not to see the forced romance between Jack and Rose. AND there was room for 2 on that piece of wood at the end...

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CarrieU_somethinginwater thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 16 and 99

blue_rabbit_2163 Jun 25, 2016

blue_rabbit_2163 thinks this title is suitable for 7 years and over

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ilovetitanic
Jan 03, 2016

ilovetitanic thinks this title is suitable for 24 years and over

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MATTHEW BRUNS
Nov 13, 2015

MATTHEW BRUNS thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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scarlettrose01
Mar 25, 2014

scarlettrose01 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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thatariel
Nov 18, 2013

thatariel thinks this title is suitable for 11 years and over

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yellow_fox_20
Jan 01, 2013

yellow_fox_20 thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over

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Meabh
Nov 20, 2012

Meabh thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over

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leereynard38
Oct 03, 2012

leereynard38 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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Callie13
Jun 10, 2012

Callie13 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over

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MATTHEW BRUNS
Nov 13, 2015

Coarse Language: Contains some uses of shit and 1 use of hell and damn

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MATTHEW BRUNS
Nov 13, 2015

Sexual Content: 1 scene of nudity and 1 sexual scene

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MATTHEW BRUNS
Nov 13, 2015

Violence: The Titanic sinking is very peril.

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Meabh
Nov 20, 2012

Coarse Language: hi

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leereynard38
Oct 03, 2012

Other: light nudity

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leereynard38
Oct 03, 2012

Sexual Content: some light

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leereynard38
Oct 03, 2012

Violence: some

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leereynard38
Oct 03, 2012

Coarse Language: some light

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leereynard38
Oct 03, 2012

Frightening or Intense Scenes: some light

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PichuandVictini
Jun 13, 2012

Frightening or Intense Scenes: sinking ship!

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M_ALCOTT Oct 20, 2013

" You jump, I jump. Right ? " - Rose

M_ALCOTT Oct 20, 2013

" Music to drown by. Now, I know I'm in first class." - Tommy

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cutestrawberry
Jul 12, 2013

Cal: *laughing* i put the necklace in the coat...and i put the coat on her!!!!!!!!! haha :P serves u right jerk ;P

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BreayannaSevin
Jun 04, 2013

i'm the king of the world! -Jack

Myarules101 Apr 29, 2013

"I will never let go, I promise."
-Rose

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babyblue1959
Jan 20, 2013

Cal: Where are you going? To him! To be a whore or a gutter rat!
Rose: I'd rather be his whore than your wife

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Callie13
Jun 10, 2012

Rose to Jack: "Your'e crazy!"

Jack: "thats what they all say. But with all due respect miss, I am not the one hangin of the edge of a ship"

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Callie13
May 02, 2012

"jack....Theres a boat.....Jack...." :.( That scene gets me everytime!!!! And
"i will never let go"...... so sadd!!!!

goldendoodle May 28, 2011

I'll NEVER let go...:(- Rose to Jack

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bdls206
Mar 28, 2011

Jack: I'm the king of the world!

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bdls206
Mar 28, 2011

A boy and girl from differing social backgrounds meet during the ill-fated maiden voyage of RMS Titanic.

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