Titanic

Titanic

Director: James Cameron Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane

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Overview

This spectacular epic re-creates the ill-fated maiden voyage of the White Star Line's $7.5 million R.M.S Titanic and the tragic sea disaster of April 15, 1912. Running over three hours and made with the combined contributions of two major studios (20th Century-Fox, Paramount) at a cost of more than $200 million, Titanic ranked as the most expensive film in Hollywood history at the time of its release, and became the most successful. Writer-director James Cameron employed state-of-the-art digital special effects for this production, realized on a monumental scale and spanning eight decades. Inspired by the 1985 discovery of the Titanic in the North Atlantic, the contemporary storyline involves American treasure-seeker Brock Lovett (Bill Paxton) retrieving artifacts from the submerged ship. Lovett looks for diamonds but finds a drawing of a young woman, nude except for a necklace. When 102-year-old Rose (Gloria Stuart) reveals she's the person in the portrait, she is summoned to the wreckage site to tell her story of the 56-carat diamond necklace and her experiences of 84 years earlier. The scene then shifts to 1912 Southampton where passengers boarding the Titanic include penniless Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) and society girl Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet), returning to Philadelphia with her wealthy fiance Cal Hockley (Billy Zane). After the April 10th launch, Rose develops a passionate interest in Jack, and Cal's reaction is vengeful. At midpoint in the film, the Titanic slides against the iceberg and water rushes into the front compartments. Even engulfed, Cal continues to pursue Jack and Rose as the massive liner begins its descent. Cameron launched the project after seeing Robert Ballard's 1987 National Geographic documentary on the wreckage. Blueprints of the real Titanic were followed during construction at Fox's custom-built Rosarito, Mexico studio, where a hydraulics system moved an immense model in a 17-million-gallon water tank. During three weeks aboard the Russian ship Academik Keldysh, underwater sequences were filmed with a 35mm camera in a titanium case mounted on the Russian submersible Mir 1. When the submersible neared the wreck, a video camera inside a remote-operated vehicle was sent into the Titanic's 400-foot bow, bringing back footage of staterooms, furniture and chandeliers. On November 1, 1997, the film had its world premiere at the 10th Tokyo International Film Festival.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/10/2012
UPC: 0097361468143
Original Release: 1997
Rating: PG-13
Source: Paramount
Region Code: 1
Time: 3:14:00
Sales rank: 341

Special Features

Closed Caption

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Leonardo DiCaprio Jack Dawson
Kate Winslet Rose DeWitt Bukater
Billy Zane Cal Hockley
Kathy Bates Molly Brown
Frances Fisher Ruth DeWitt Bukater
Gloria Stuart Old Rose
Bill Paxton Brock Lovett
Bernard Hill Captain Smith
Jonathan Hyde Bruce Ismay
Victor Garber Thomas Andrews
David Warner Spicer Lovejoy
Danny Nucci Fabrizio
Suzy Amis Lizzy Calvert
Bernard Fox Col. Archibald Gracie
Jenette Goldstein Irish Mommy
Ewan Stewart First Officer Murdoch
Ioan Gruffudd Fifth Officer Harold Lowe
Craig Kelly Harold Bride, Junior Wireless Operator
Mark Lindsay Chapman Chief Officer Henry T. Wilde
Jonathan Phillips Second Officer Charles Herbert Lightoller
Eric Braeden John Jacob Astor

Technical Credits
James Cameron Director,Editor,Producer,Screenwriter
Jeff Altman Musical Arrangement
Christopher Boyes Sound/Sound Designer
Conrad Buff Editor
Russell Carpenter Cinematographer
Caleb Deschanel Camera Operator
Digital Domain Special Effects
Tina Earnshaw Makeup
Mali Finn Casting
Thomas Fisher Special Effects
Michael Ford Set Decoration/Design
Peter Francis Set Decoration/Design
Randy Gerston Musical Direction/Supervision
Al Giddings Co-producer
Richard A. Harris Editor
Pamela Easley Harris Associate Producer
Grant Hill Co-producer
James Horner Score Composer
Martin F. Katz Consultant/advisor
Martin Laing Art Director
Peter Lamont Production Designer
Jon Landau Producer
Rob Legato Special Effects Supervisor
Sharon Mann Co-producer
Dominic Masters Set Decoration/Design
Josh McLaglen Asst. Director
Marc Niro Set Decoration/Design
Mario Roberts Stunts
Rae Sanchini Executive Producer
Deborah L. Scott Costumes/Costume Designer
Mark Ulano Sound/Sound Designer
VIFX Special Effects

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Titanic: Feature Film - Part One
1. Opening Credits [1:25]
2. Ghost Ship [:26]
3. Into The Wreck [2:49]
4. The Keldysh [3:45]
5. The Woman In The Picture [2:20]
6. Old Rose Arrives [2:05]
7. Reflections of the Past [3:59]
8. Back to Titanic [3:15]
9. A Lucky Hand [3:30]
10. Leaving Port [2:47]
11. Cherbourg [2:36]
12. Ode To Titanic [:34]
13. First Glance [5:22]
14. "You Jump, I Jump" [1:48]
15. An Invitation To Dinner [6:10]
16. The Heart of the Ocean [1:54]
17. Sketches and Stories [:31]
18. Learning New Things [1:45]
19. Dinner With Jack [4:59]
20. A Real Party [1:21]
21. A Cold Breakfast [3:14]
22. Sunday Prayer [8:43]
23. "They've Got You Trapped" [4:47]
24. Flying [3:46]
25. "That Was The Last Time..." [2:04]
26. The Drawing [3:48]
27. "My Heart Was Pounding" [2:51]
28. "Find Her" [:49]
29. Two Souls United [4:41]
30. "Iceberg Right Ahead" [:58]
31. An Honest Thief [3:32]
32. A Mathematical Certainty [3:20]
Disc #2 -- Titanic: Feature Film - Part Two
1. A Stricken Relationship [2:12]
2. Andrews Tells Rose [2:10]
3. Women and Children First [1:32]
4. Third Class Patience [1:27]
5. A Small Token Of Appreciation [:49]
6. "Goodbye, Mother" [1:42]
7. "Can Anybody Hear Me?" [8:44]
8. A View from the Lifeboats [2:11]
9. Third Class Panic [2:31]
10. Starting To Fall Apart [4:20]
11. "Get On The Boat, Rose" [4:00]
12. Cal Spurned [1:41]
13. Flooding Below Decks [4:03]
14. Two Tragic Bullets [1:59]
15. Questions of Character [1:38]
16. Captain Smith [:49]
17. Nearer My God To Thee [1:56]
18. Shattered Dreams [1:38]
19. At The Stern [3:20]
20. Prayer For The Dying [1:41]
21. Death Of Titanic [2:00]
22. Sea Of Humanity [4:25]
23. In The Lifeboats [2:48]
24. The Promise [1:33]
25. "We Waited Too Long" [2:46]
26. "I'll Never Let Go" [:11]
27. Never An Absolution [1:20]
28. The Carpathia [4:11]
29. Expedition's End [1:41]
30. Rose's Secret [1:53]
31. A Promise Kept [1:44]
32. End Credits [1:44]
1. "I'll Be The First
1. Rose Feels Trapped
1. Brock's Dilemma/Rose Visits Third Class
1. Rose's Dreams
1. "Come Josephine..."
1. Extended Sneaking To First Class
1. Extended Escape From Lovejoy
1. A Kiss in the Boiler Room
1. Wireless Room/The Californian
1. "How 'Bout A Little Ice?"
1. Flirting With Ice
1. The First "S.O.S."
1. Ismay Panics
1. Molly Brown's Rowing School
1. Irish Hospitality
1. Ida Straus Won't Leave
1. Farewell To Helga
1. Boat Six Won't Return
1. Release The Hounds
1. A Husband's Letter
1. Jack And Lovejoy Fight
1. Guggenheim And Astor
1. "I'm Not Going"
1. Cora's Fate
1. Extended Jack And Rose In The Water
1. "Out Of The Question"
1. "How Dare You!"
1. Chinese Man Rescue
1. Extended Carpathia Sequence
1. Alternate Ending

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Titanic 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 196 reviews.
Walterama More than 1 year ago
One of the best films ever. I love the movie anyway! Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet did an excellent job in capturing the movie and the magic. Luckily, the movie won the Oscar for Best Picture. Would I see it again? Yes, now that it is on a Blu-Ray/DVD combo, I can watch it at anytime, whether I prefer to watch it on Blu-Ray or DVD. Titanic may have sank, but the movie is the best.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
James Cameron's best film. Intense, suspenseful, and totally engaging. One of the best films ever made.
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goodgirl2 More than 1 year ago
Such a wonderful and inspiral movie very touching very real .
celineM More than 1 year ago
i truly enjoy this movie...worth seeing over and over again.....good job to Leonardo and Kate...
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BREAKINGDAWN11 More than 1 year ago
I LOVED IT I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE IT I WOULD GIVE IT A 100000000000000000000000 STARS IF I COULD
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BLackButlerLuv More than 1 year ago
This movie made me cry for two hours afterwords. it is so romantic but sad. mostly ment for girls
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LEANNE19 More than 1 year ago
this movie is awesome. i watched it one time and i couldn't stop watching it! it's a definite must see. it truly is the best film ever made!
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I come from Greece.I have seen titanic lately,I think one year ago.This movie can't forget it.The performance of Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet was sensantional.There are no more words for this movie
Guest More than 1 year ago
Titanic is a great movie. Both the story line of Jack and Rose's romance and the story of the ship's sinking are great, and the film offers insight on the world of the early 1900's. It's a great movie that I think everyone can enjoy. Though it's a bit long, it's so good you don't even notice time passing. Titanic rules!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Titanic is truly a miracle. I have never seen such a great moive in my whole life. It was probably the saddest movie I have ever seen, what with jack dying and everything, but, like I said, BEST ever. James Cameron is simply amazing. It's the kind of movie that you can watch three times a day and still never get tired of it, never stop crying. Highly recommended.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I first saw this movie when it came to theaters for the first time. I instantly fell in love with it, being a huge fan of the actual history behind the Titanic. As said before by other reviewers, Titanic is now getting the Special Edition it deserves. I am anxiously awaitting for my copy to arrive! Get yours today!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
For those of you who have already purchased this title on DVD or are planning to do so: Wait up! They are finally releasing this movie in the edition that any Best Picture deserves. Two special editions will be released later in the year, one with two discs and one with four discs. I'd go with the four disc version myself, but that's just because I'm a collector. It's a good movie that's finally getting the DVD it deserves and I'll be there on release day to pick up my copy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It's widescreen, but NOT 16 x 9! Anyone with a widescreen tv is going feel ripped off. Wait for a re-release of the DVD with 16 x 9 quality. With the budget this movie had why couldn't they have set some money aside to do the DVD right?