I wasn’t all that taken with James Cameron’s original Titanic movie; as I told my wife long before we ever saw it, “I’ve seen a lot of movies about the Titanic over the years. The ship sinks in the end. It always sinks at the end.”
But this remake in Super 3D, Titanic SUPER 3D, is something I think I’d pay to watch.
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