A film with a heart that focuses on two lovers, and sees the disaster through their eyes..

James Cameron’s ‘Titanic’ is essentially a romantic adventure with visual grandeur and magnificence, a timeless tragic love story set against the background of this major historical event… It’s an astonishing movie that exemplifies hope, love and humanity…

Leonardo DiCaprio is terrific on screen with big charisma… Conveying passion, trust, insouciance and ingenuity, he’s a free-spirited wanderer with artistic pretensions, and a zest for life…

Kate Winslet is absolutely lovely as the confused upper-class teen engaged to a nasty rich guy who finds herself, one night, plunged to the depths of despair…

Billy Zane is an arrogant racist, abusive and ultra rich who would lie, cheat, steal, bribe with money or even use an innocent young child to escape defeat… He keeps a 56 carat blue diamond worn by Louis XVI…

Kathy Bates is the legendary unsinkable Molly Brown, the richest woman in Denver, who is a lot less uptight than the other rich folk on the ship…

Frances Fisheris is the impecunious cold snobbish mother who, deathly afraid of losing her social stature, forces her daughter to become engaged to marry a rich, supercilious snob…

Victor Garber is the master shipbuilder, the real-life character who attempts to fix time, to measure it, in a sense, to make it into history…

Jonathan Hyde is the White Star Chairman who wants the Titanic to break the Trans-Atlantic speed record, in spite of warnings that icebergs may have floated into the hazardous northern crossing…

Bill Paxton is the opportunistic undersea explorer in search for a very rare diamond called the “Heart of the Ocean.”

Gloria Stuart is the 101-year old woman who reveals a never-before told love story… The nightmare, the horror and the shock are imprinted upon her deeply lined face…

‘Titanic’ is loaded with luminous photography and sweeping visuals as the footage of the shipwrecked Ocean liner lying motionless on the ocean floor; the incredible transformation of the bow of the sunken ‘Titanic’ that takes the viewer back to 1912, revealing the meticulously re-created interiors; the first sight of the Titanic steamed steadily toward her date with destiny; the Titanic, leaving the Southampton dock, and some dolphins appear jumping, racing along in front of the luxurious ship; DeCaprio and Winslet flying at the ship’s front rail in a gorgeous magic moment; the intertwining of past and present as Jack was drawing Rose on his paper, the camera zooms closely on young Rose’s eye, only to transform its shape into Gloria Stuart’s aged eye…

Chilling scenes: Titanic’s inevitable collision with destiny; James Cameron?in one of the most terrifying sequences ever put on film? takes us down with the Titanic, finally leaving us floundering in the icy water, screaming for help that never comes…

Winner of 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, James Cameron’s “Titanic” is a gigantic epic where you don’t just watch the film, you experience it! The visual effects are amazing, like no other film’s… The decor is overwhelming… James Horner’s music intensifies the emotions… The whole movie is hunting and involving, filled with a wide range of deep feelings…

It’s truly a moving tribute to those who lost their lives on that unfortunate ship…