Titanic (DVD, 2005, 3-Disc Set, Colector's Edition/Widescreen/Checkpoint)
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|Edition:||3-Disc Set/Colector's Edition/Widescreen/Checkpoint|
|Number of Discs:||3|
|Display Format:||3-Disc Set/Colector's Edition/Widescreen/Checkpoint|
USA Today - Mike Clark (04/03/1998)
New York Times - Janet Maslin (12/19/1997)
Box Office - Joseph McBride (01/01/1998)
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert (12/19/1997)
Rolling Stone - Peter Travers (12/01/2005)
Entertainment Weekly - Owen Gleiberman (03/27/1998)
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- laloca_04May 7, 2013by
Fell in love all over AGAIN!!!
Hands down, without a doubt my FAVORITE movie of all time!!! I fell in love all over again when I received and viewed the DVD the first time. Love love love the bonus features, beautiful. I definetly recommend this movie.
- dundermifflinin...Jul 8, 2011by
Amazing behind-the-scenes features for movie fans.
My main reason for purchasing this set was for the behind-the-scenes featurettes, and all 3 discs are thankfully packed with them.<br><br>Picture and audio quality is superb, but I'm not terribly fond of having the movie spread out onto two discs. The bonus disc features a mix of past and recent cast and crew interviews, which was something that I enjoyed. Furthermore, seeing the features and clips on just how this film was created is simply mindblowing - pure cinema magic.<br><br>For the average movie/Titanic fan, maybe this isn't the set for you. For those who are interested in more of the "making of," then it's definitely worthy of being added to your movie collection.
- sairis01Jun 10, 2011by
Wonderful movie! Great set for the fan and collector!
This is a beautifully, tragic movie. The story is moving and heart wrenching. This collector's edition has lots of wonderful extras for the fan! I highly recommend this movie and this dvd set!
- kingdomofdarkne...Dec 6, 2010by
It was as described, which was AMAZING it has the movie on two discs and a third of bonus features. Everything a Titanic fan would love.
- fashionpassionf...Feb 15, 2009by
ONE MUST SEE SHIPWRECK!
Features Acotrs:Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio,Frances Fisher,Billy Zane,Kathy Bates, Jonathan Hyde,Victor Garber<br>Running Time:194 Min.<br>Rating:PG-13<br><br>This movie is about a romance between two young people from different backgrounds. In Rose (Kate Winslet, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) and Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio, The Aviator), you had a romance that women could identify with, as there are obstacles thrown up to prevent true love for the couple. The most notable obstacle being class, as the early part of the century featured groups that were very structured by how much they made and what their standing in life was. In Rose's life, her mother Ruth (Frances Fisher, House of Sand and Fog) plays a huge part in it, and has virtually arranged a marriage to Cal (Billy Zane, The Phantom) that will put both women in the lap of luxury. Jack just has his sketch pad, and lives the bohemian lifestyle, enjoying every minute of it.<br>Then the ship hit an iceberg in the North Atlantic, sinking the unsinkable ship, resulting in a massive loss of life. And Cameron's depiction of the events that led to the final hours is both vivid and unsettling. The thing that stays in someone's mind is that when compared to the real-world events. It focuses more on a romance that may work on the screen, but the written word is as wooden as the life boats on the ship.<br><br>This is a must see movie, not only a part of history but also takes you back in time, and shows you how different things used to be.A great love story filled with laughter & tears!Would recommend to rent or buy!Hope this helps you decide.Thanks for reading! :)Read full review