Titanic

Titanic

  • Director: James Cameron
  • Countries of origin: United States, Mexico, Australia
  • Language: English, Swedish, Italian, French
  • Release date: December 19, 1997
  • Runtime: 3h 14min
  • Aspect ratio: 2.39 : 1
  • Also known as: Planet Ice
  • "Titanic" is a romance film produced by 20th Century Fox and Paramount Pictures, Inc. in the United States . It is directed by James Cameron and starred by Leo and Kate Winslet .
    The film takes the Titanic cruise ship hitting an iceberg during its maiden voyage in 1912 as the background. It tells the story of two people of different classes, the poor painter Jack and the noble woman Ruth, who abandoned the secular prejudice and fell in love. In the end, Jack gave the chance to survive. Gave Ruth's touching story.
    The film was released in the United States on December 19, 1997, and was released in mainland China on April 3, 1998. It was re-screened in mainland China in 3D on April 10, 2012   .

    Details

    • Release date December 19, 1997
    • Filming locations Titanic wreck, Titanic Canyon, North Atlantic, Atlantic Ocean
    • Production companies Twentieth Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, Lightstorm Entertainment

    Box office

    Budget

    $200,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada

    $659,363,944

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $28,638,131

    Gross worldwide

    $2,201,647,264

    Movie reviews

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    • By Kacie 2022-04-23 07:01:01

      It's not just a love movie

      I didn't record this movie? ! ! Crying to the point of choking for the plot also gives this film five points (⑉꒦ິ^꒦ິ⑉)

      —————— Seriously dividing the line ——————

      Titanic is an early love movie enlightenment. In the film, the love between Jack and Rose's class difference is very emotional. In the era of shooting, this description method was quite novel, and another film "Romeo and Juliet" by Xiao Lizi was a similar class love. But it's still very appealing to a vulgar girl like...

    • By Roxanne 2022-04-23 07:01:01

      Titanic

      On April 10, 1912, the "Titanic", known as the "miracle in the history of the world's industry", sailed from Southampton, England to New York, the United States. The unruly young painter Jack and the rich girl Rose met and fell in love on the boat. A tragic tragedy happened. The Titanic collided with the iceberg. Jack gave the chance of survival to his lover Rose, and he was frozen to death in the sea of ​​ice. In 1985, the wreck of the "Titanic" was discovered. American explorer Lovett saw...

    • By Jettie 2022-04-23 07:01:01

      What are the most memorable moments from "Titanic"

      Recently, I revisited the old classic "Titanic" for the third time, and I was once again sincerely impressed by the talent of the screenwriter and director James Cameron. It is great to be able to write such a profound and compelling script. It is even more admirable to edit this frame-by-frame footage to present such an impeccable film to the audience.

      The film's character modeling, character building, film soundtrack, scene special effects, and the intersection and...

    • By Omari 2022-04-23 07:01:01

      King of the world

      In 1997, I saw Titanic for the first time in a movie theater. At that time, I didn't see a drop in my eyes. I can't feel the love between Jack and Rose, because I haven't experienced love at that time; I can't feel the tragic shipwreck of the ice sea, I only feel fear, pure and huge fear. Well, I'm a cold-blooded person, and usually, I can't empathize, and it's hard for me to be moved.

       

      But I clearly remember that when the voyage was just set out, Jack stood on the bow and...

    • By Athena 2022-04-23 07:01:01

      Frozen Jack and Fat Shredded Pork, stay safe

      "I figure life is gift and i don't intend on wasting it. You never know what hand you're going to get dealt next. You learn to take life as it comes at you.
      Jack. You look back at the clock , hold up a dream that has been clear for 84 years, a dream for thirteen years, ancient and warm, suffocating, and heartbreaking especially silent. I heard Rou Si say, Rou Si Dawson, it really looks like it is engraved in On every drop of rain in that scene. You held the shredded meat and ran in the...

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    • By Luciano 2022-09-26 18:19:35

      Tragic endings create classics, and the eternal separation between heaven and human beings always makes people sigh... Human nature is infinitely magnified in the face of disasters... Sad and...

    • By Tianna 2022-04-24 07:01:01

      "You trust me" "I trust you" If you can meet the right person, what more can you ask...

    • By Gladys 2022-04-24 07:01:01

      A classic of the times, every time I read it, it is filled with admiration. It seems that it is a disappointment not to admire it like...

    • By Nicklaus 2022-04-24 07:01:01

      The classic love movie, revisited and still moved! The most handsome...

    • By Neil 2022-04-24 07:01:01

      A classic is a classic, a model of countless love...

    Movie plot

    On April 10, 1912, the luxury passenger ship Titanic, known as the "miracle in the history of the world's industrial history," embarked on its maiden voyage, sailing from Southampton, England to New York, USA. Rich girl Rose ( played by Kate Winslet ) sat in first class with her mother and fiance Carl; on the other side, the bohemian teenage painter Jack ( played by Leonardo DiCaprio ) was also on the dock Won a lower-class ticket in...
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    Behind the scenes

    The producer of the film wanted Matthew McConaughey to play the leading role, but director James Cameron insisted on using Leonardo DiCaprio.
    James Cameron made the movie "Titanic" because he was able to search for the wreckage. The entire expedition dived into the deep sea 12 times in order to capture satisfactory images.
    The opening scene with a special significance at the beginning of the film is the result of the director’s...
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    Piercing lens

    When the film begins when Jack prepares to board the Titanic, his backpack is obviously a military backpack produced in 1939.
    When the Titanic sets sail, if you look closely, you will find that the people on both sides of the ship are the same.
    Usually a huge ship will produce a big wake when passing by, and its power can even overturn some small boats. When the Titanic set sail, there was a fisherman's fishing boat standing still...
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    Evaluation action

    The business of "Titanic" is the right arm, and love is the right arm. The bold praise of love is beyond the range that audiences in that era can imagine for the scale of romance films. You know, this is watching a man and a woman on the big screen. Chase, kiss, and express love boldly. The love expressed in the film is not limited by the gap between rich and poor. It values ​​love at first sight and desires to burn instantly. This is...
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    Movie quotes

    • 1st Officer William Murdoch: Stop pushing! Stay back!

      Tommy Ryan: Will you give us a chance to live, you limey bastard?

      1st Officer William Murdoch: I'll shoot any man that tries to get past me! Get back!

      Tommy Ryan: Bastard!

      1st Officer William Murdoch: Get Back!

      Cal Hockley: We had a deal, damn you!

      1st Officer William Murdoch: [throws a pack of money Cal had used to bribe him earlier] Your money can't save you any more than it can save me. Get Back!

    • Cal Hockley: [to Jack, after he mistakenly believes he molested Rose] Completely unacceptable! What made you think you could put your hands on my fiancée? Look at me, you filth!

    • Rose: Mr Andrews? Mr Andrews? Thank God! Where would the master of arms take someone under arrest?

      Thomas Andrews: What? You have to get to a lifeboat right away!

      Rose: No! I'm doing this with or without your help sir. But without will take longer.

      Thomas Andrews: Take the elevator to the very bottom, then go to the left, down the crewman passage, then go right, then left again at the stairs and you'll come to a long corridor.