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Titanic

Theatrical release poster
Directed by James Cameron
Produced by James Cameron
Jon Landau
Written by James Cameron
Starring Leonardo DiCaprio
Kate Winslet
Billy Zane
Kathy Bates
Frances Fisher
Gloria Stuart
Bernard Hill
Victor Garber
Danny Nucci
Bill Paxton
Music by James Horner
Cinematography Russell Carpenter
Editing by James Cameron
Conrad Buff
Richard A. Harris
Studio Lightstorm Entertainment
Distributed by USA/Canada
Paramount Pictures
International
20th Century Fox
Release date(s) December 19, 1997
Running time 194 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $200 million[1][2][3][4][5][6]
Gross revenue $1,843,201,268[1]
.Titanic is a 1997 American disaster/romantic/drama film directed, written, co-produced, and co-edited by James Cameron about the sinking of the RMS Titanic.^ The Titanic is about to sink ] Rose : Jack!

^ Films directed by James Cameron .
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^ RMS Titanic on film and TV .
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.It stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson and Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater, two members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ill-fated maiden voyage of the ship.^ I think Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet did a great job!
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^ It stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson and Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater, two members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ill-fated maiden voyage of the ship.
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^ Rose DeWitt Bukater died on the Titanic.
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.The main characters and the central love story are fictional, but some characters (such as members of the ship's passengers and crew) are based on historical figures.^ The movie's love story is also fiction.
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^ The main characters and the central love story are fictional, but some characters (such as members of the ship's passengers and crew) are based on real historical figures.
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^ As a result, there are several scenes in which the ship is reversed, such as in the "I'm the king of the world" scene where the crew galley skylight gives the reversal away.
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.Gloria Stuart portrays the elderly Rose, who narrates the film in a modern day framing device, and Billy Zane stars as Cal Hockley, the overbearing fiancé of Rose's younger self.^ Gloria Stuart plays the elderly Rose, who narrates the film in a modern day framing device .
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^ Lewis Abernathy as Lewis Bodine: Lovett's friend, who expresses doubt at first whether the elderly Rose is telling the truth.
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^ They include Rose's fianc Caledon 'Cal' Hockley (Billy Zane), her mother Ruth (Frances Fisher), Cal's valet Spicer Lovejoy (David Warner), and the third class passengers, who include Jack's friends Fabrizio (Danny Nucci) and Tommy (Jason Barry).
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.Production of the film began in 1995, when Cameron shot footage of the real wreck of the RMS Titanic.^ RMS Titanic on film and TV .
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^ Production of the film began in 1995, when Cameron shot footage of the real wreck of the RMS Titanic .
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^ Real pictures of RMS titanic .
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.He envisioned the love story as a means to engage the audience with the real-life tragedy.^ He envisioned the love story as a means to engage the audience with the real-life tragedy.
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^ The main characters and the central love story are fictional, but some characters (such as members of the ship's passengers and crew) are based on real historical figures.
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^ Also when I mean functioning vehicles, I am thinking about how the Bat-pod actually works in real life.
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.Shooting took place on board the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh – which aided Cameron in filming the real wreck – for the modern scenes, and a reconstruction of the ship was built at Playas de Rosarito, Baja California.^ The reconstruction of the RMS Titanic The modern day scenes were shot on the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh in July 1996.
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^ Shooting took place at the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh - which aided Cameron in filming the real wreck – for the modern scenes, and a reconstruction of the ship was built at Playas de Rosarito, Baja California .
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^ After shooting the sinking scenes, the ship was then dismantled and sold for scrap metal to cover budgetary costs.
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.Cameron also used scale models and computer-generated imagery to recreate the sinking.^ Cameron also used scale models and computer-generated imagery to recreate the sinking.
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^ The nearly full-scale Titanic replica created for the film was badly damaged when the filmmakers submerged it underwater to recreate the sinking.
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^ Following the dives to the Titanic wreckage site, Cameron took the film reels to the art department to begin construction of the models that would be used in the film.
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.At the time, the picture became the most expensive film ever made, costing approximately US$200 million with funding from Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox.^ Titanic became at the time the most expensive film ever made, costing approximately US$ 200 million with funding from Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox .
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^ Film photos courtesy of 20th-Century Fox and Variety .

^ Sex and the City 28 May 2008: In pictures: Three premieres, twelve expensive frocks and a lot of hype later, the Sex and the City film is finally here .
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[3][4][5][6]
.The film was originally to be released on July 2, 1997, but post-production delays pushed back the film's release to December 19, 1997.[7] The film turned out to be an enormous critical and commercial success.^ Barbara Shulgasser (December 19, 1997).
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^ The film was originally to be released on July 2, 1997, but post-production delays pushed back the film's release to December 19, 1997.
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^ Upon release, the film turned out to be an enormous critical and commercial success, winning eleven Academy Awards , including Best Picture .
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.Nominated for fourteen Academy Awards, it won eleven, including Best Picture.^ It eventually won the 1997 Academy Award for Best Original Song .
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^ Films whose director won the Best Director Academy Award .
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^ Best Picture Academy Award winners .
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[8] .It became the highest-grossing film of all time, with a worldwide total of over $1.8 billion, and remained so for twelve years until Cameron's directorial follow-up, Avatar, surpassed it in 2010.[9][10] The film is due to be re-released in theatres in 2011 after Cameron completes its 3-D transformation.^ Highest-grossing film (in North American and worldwide) of all time.
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^ It became the highest-grossing film of all time, with a worldwide total of over $1.8 billion (it is the sixth-highest grossing in North America once adjusted for inflation).
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^ It is also the first to gross over a then unheard-of $500 million (its total gross is $600 million) in North America alone, and the first to gross an amazing $1 billion worldwide.
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Contents

Plot

.In 1996, treasure hunter Brock Lovett (Bill Paxton) and his team explore the wreck of the RMS Titanic, searching for a necklace set with a valuable blue diamond called the Heart of the Ocean.^ In 1996, treasure hunter Brock Lovett ( Bill Paxton ) and his team explore the wreck of the RMS Titanic , searching for a necklace set with a valuable blue diamond called the Heart of the Ocean .
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^ Bill Paxton as Brock Lovett: A treasure hunter looking for the "Heart of the Ocean" in the wreck of the RMS Titanic in the present.
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^ A very rare diamond, called the Heart of the Ocean.
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.They believe the diamond is in Caledon "Cal" Hockley's safe, which they recover.^ Billy Zane as Caledon Nathan "Cal" Hockley: Rose's fiancé and the quintessential arrogant and snobbish first-class man, Cal is the heir to an enormous steel fortune.
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^ For a diamond necklace his son Caledon Hockley bought in France for his fiancee...
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^ I have to say that I can't believe that they put characters like Cal, Ruth, and Lovejoy in the movie.
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.They do not find the diamond, but a sketch of a nude woman wearing the diamond.^ Unsuccessful, they instead discover a drawing of a young woman reclining nude, wearing the Heart of the Ocean, dated the day the Titanic sank.
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.The drawing is dated April 14, 1912, the night the Titanic hit the iceberg.^ LIZZY April 14, 1912.
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^ She was sleeping when the Titanic hit the iceberg.
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^ She was in the pool relaxing when the Titanic hit the iceberg.
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.One-hundred-year-old Rose Dawson Calvert (Gloria Stuart) learns of the drawing and contacts Lovett, informing him that she is the woman in the drawing.^ LOVETT A hundred and one next month.
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^ One-hundred-year-old Rose Dawson Calvert ( Gloria Stuart ) learns of the drawing, and contacts Lovett to inform him that she is the woman in the drawing.
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^ However, after witnessing a woman encouraging her seven-year-old daughter to behave like a "proper lady" at tea, Rose defies him and her mother, asking Jack to sketch her nude and wearing only the Heart of the Ocean , an engagement present from Cal.
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.She and her granddaughter Elizabeth "Lizzy" Calvert (Suzy Amis) visit Lovett and his team on his salvage ship.^ She and her granddaughter Elizabeth "Lizzy" Calvert ( Suzy Amis ) visit Lovett and his skeptical team on his salvage ship.
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^ Suzy Amis as Lizzy Calvert: Rose's granddaughter, who takes care of her, and accompanies her to the ship on her visit to Lovett.
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^ Also appearing with Paxton in the modern-day portion of "Titanic" are Suzy Amis as Rose's granddaughter; and Lewis Abernathy and Nicholas Cascone, who complete Lovett's expedition crew.
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.When asked if she knew the whereabouts of the necklace, Rose recalls her memories aboard the Titanic, revealing that she is Rose DeWitt Bukater, a passenger believed to have died in the sinking.^ When asked if she knew the whereabouts of the necklace, Rose recalls her memories aboard the Titanic , revealing for the first time that she is actually Rose DeWitt Bukater, a passenger believed to have died in the sinking.
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^ The Titanic is about to sink ] Rose : Jack!

^ ROSE Tell her that her daughter died with the Titanic.
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.In 1912, the upper class 17-year-old Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet) boards the ship in Southampton, England with her 30-something fiancé Caledon "Cal" Hockley (Billy Zane), the son of a Pittsburgh steel tycoon, and her mother, Ruth DeWitt Bukater (Frances Fisher).^ The ship is almost 100 years old!!!!
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^ Rose DeWitt Bukater died on the Titanic.
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^ Millvina Dean; 95 years old and lives in Southampton, England.
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.Cal and Ruth stress the importance of Rose's engagement, since the marriage will mean the eradication of the Dewitt-Bukater debts; while they appear upper-class, Rose and her mother are experiencing severe financial troubles.^ Both Cal and Ruth stress the importance of Rose's engagement to Cal, since the marriage will mean the eradication of the Dewitt-Bukater debts; while they have the outward appearance of being upper-class, Rose and her mother are experiencing severe financial troubles.
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^ Rose DeWitt Bukater died on the Titanic.
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^ Rose is traveling with her mother and fiancé, returning home to Philadelphia for her impending marriage, a destiny of polo matches, cotillions and the other mindless trappings of her privileged class.
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.Distraught and frustrated by her engagement to the controlling Cal and the pressure her mother is putting on her, Rose attempts suicide by jumping from the stern.^ Distraught and frustrated by her engagement to the controlling Cal and the pressure her mother is putting on her to go through with the marriage, Rose attempts suicide by jumping from the stern.
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^ Both Cal and Ruth stress the importance of Rose's engagement to Cal, since the marriage will mean the eradication of the Dewitt-Bukater debts; while they have the outward appearance of being upper-class, Rose and her mother are experiencing severe financial troubles.
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^ Cal turns to go, putting a protective arm around Rose.
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.Before she leaps, a drifter and artist named Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) intervenes.^ Before she leaps, a drifter and artist named Jack Dawson ( Leonardo DiCaprio ) intervenes.
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^ Fresh from his acclaimed performances in "William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet" and "Marvin's Room," Oscar® nominee Leonardo DiCaprio stars as Jack Dawson, a struggling young artist who wins his third-class ticket aboard Titanic in a lucky game of poker.
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^ It stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson and Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater, two members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ill-fated maiden voyage of the ship.
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.Cal, his friends and the sailors, overhearing Rose's screams, believe Jack attempted to rape her.^ Initially, Cal, his friends, and the sailors, overhearing Rose's screams, believe Jack attempted to rape her.
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^ After Rose is on the boat and out of earshot, Cal admits that there was an arrangement, but he would not use it to help Jack.
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^ Bernard Fox as Colonel Archibald Gracie IV : The film depicts Gracie making a comment to Cal that "women and machinery don't mix", and congratulating Jack for saving Rose from falling off the ship (he is unaware it was a suicide attempt).
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.She explains that Jack saved her life, hiding her suicide attempt by claiming she slipped while trying to see the propellers.^ She explains Jack saved her life, hiding her suicide attempt by explaining she slipped after trying to see the propellers.
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^ See how she's trying to hide it.
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^ Bernard Fox as Colonel Archibald Gracie IV : The film depicts Gracie making a comment to Cal that "women and machinery don't mix", and congratulating Jack for saving Rose from falling off the ship (he is unaware it was a suicide attempt).
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.Jack supports Rose's story, though Hockley's manservant, former Pinkerton agent Spicer Lovejoy (David Warner), is unconvinced.^ Jack supports the claim, although Hockley's manservant, former Pinkerton agent Spicer Lovejoy ( David Warner ), is unconvinced.
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^ They include Rose's fianc Caledon 'Cal' Hockley (Billy Zane), her mother Ruth (Frances Fisher), Cal's valet Spicer Lovejoy (David Warner), and the third class passengers, who include Jack's friends Fabrizio (Danny Nucci) and Tommy (Jason Barry).
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^ David Warner as Spicer Lovejoy: An ex- Pinkerton constable, Lovejoy is Cal's English valet and bodyguard, who keeps an eye on Rose and is suspicious of the circumstances of Jack's rescue of her.
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.Jack and Rose develop a tentative friendship.^ Jack and Rose strike up a tentative friendship as she thanks him for his corroboration, and he shares stories of his adventures traveling and sketching.
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.Their bond deepens when they leave a stuffy first-class formal dinner of the rapport-building wealthy for a much livelier gathering in third-class.^ Their bond deepens when they leave a stuffy first-class formal dinner of the rapport-building wealthy for a much livelier gathering of Irish dance , music and ale in third-class.
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^ During the first class dinner ] Waiter : How do you take your caviar, sir?

^ You can also check out the First-Class dinner menu Titanic Dinner Menu on the table in your cabin.

.Lovejoy informs Cal of Rose's partying, and during breakfast the following morning Cal and Ruth forbid her to see Jack again.^ Rose and Cal are having breakfast in silence.
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^ The valet sees Jack with Rose and hustles after them.
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^ Cal is informed by Lovejoy of Rose's partying in steerage and, during breakfast the following morning, flips the table in rage as he angrily forbids her to meet Jack again.
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.After witnessing a woman encouraging her young daughter to behave like a "proper lady" at tea, Rose defies them and meets Jack at the bow of the ship.^ Ladies gathered after dinner for tea in the Reading and Writing Room or the Ship’s Lounge.

^ However, after witnessing a woman encouraging her seven-year-old daughter to behave like a "proper lady" at tea, Rose defies him and her mother, asking Jack to sketch her nude and wearing only the Heart of the Ocean , an engagement present from Cal.
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^ (By the way, did anyone notice that the dress Rose is wearing after she dies and goes to meet Jack is the dinner dress done in white?

.She has decided she would rather be with him than with Cal, and the two share a passionate kiss.^ Rose runs on as the two men grab Cal, restraining him.
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^ In her great thankfulness in having one spared her, for the rest of the voyage not more than a few minutes at a time would she permit him to be separate from her.

^ James Cameron likely put the bribe in the film to show Cal's (Billy Zane) lack of integrity rather than Murdoch's.
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.They go to Rose's stateroom, where she asks Jack to sketch her wearing nothing but the Heart of the Ocean, an engagement present from Cal.^ Both Cal and Ruth stress the importance of Rose's engagement to Cal, since the marriage will mean the eradication of the Dewitt-Bukater debts; while they have the outward appearance of being upper-class, Rose and her mother are experiencing severe financial troubles.
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^ However, after witnessing a woman encouraging her seven-year-old daughter to behave like a "proper lady" at tea, Rose defies him and her mother, asking Jack to sketch her nude and wearing only the Heart of the Ocean , an engagement present from Cal.
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^ When it comes to the part when Rose lets Jack go underwater I have tears in my eyes.
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.Afterwards, the two run from Lovejoy, going into the ship's cargo hold.^ Afterwards, the two playfully run away from Lovejoy, going below deck to the ship's cargo hold.
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^ Camera cranes and jacks were placed above the ship for the final filming stages, when the ship was separated into two pieces.
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^ Time Continuity : When Jack and Rose are going down with the ship, there is a man holding onto the flagpole.
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.They enter William Carter's Renault and make love in the backseat before moving to the ship's forward well deck.^ They enter William Carter's Renault and proceed to make love , before moving to the ship's forward well deck.
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^ Later they would move on to the forward half of the boat deck.
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^ The ship was built to full scale, but Lamont removed redundant sections on the superstructure and forward well deck for the ship to fit in the tank, with the remaining sections filled with digital models.
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.After witnessing the ship's collision with an iceberg and overhearing the ship's lookouts discussing how serious it is, Rose tells Jack they should warn her mother and Cal.^ They then witness the ship's fatal collision with an iceberg.
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^ ROSE Cal, you can't be serious!
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^ He should have gotten caught or at least Cal should have for shooting at Jack and Rose.
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.Cal has discovered Rose's drawing and her taunting note in his safe, so he frames Jack for stealing the Heart of the Ocean by having Lovejoy plant it in Jack's pocket.^ Rose and Cal are having breakfast in silence.
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^ Meanwhile, Cal discovers Rose's nude drawing and her taunting note in his safe, so he frames Jack for stealing the Heart of the Ocean by having Lovejoy plant it in Jack's pocket.
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^ David Warner as Spicer Lovejoy: An ex- Pinkerton constable, Lovejoy is Cal's English valet and bodyguard, who keeps an eye on Rose and is suspicious of the circumstances of Jack's rescue of her.
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.Jack is arrested, taken down to the Master-at-arms's office and handcuffed to a pipe.^ The Master at Arms steps up to Jack.
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^ Jack is left gasping, handcuffed to the pipe.
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^ The Master at Arms pats him down.
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.Rose runs away from Cal and her mother (who has boarded a lifeboat) to rescue Jack from imprisonment.^ Jack and Rose run aft...
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^ He was on board the Carpathia when his mother was hoisted from the lifeboat.

^ Jack, Rose and the others run by.
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She frees him with an axe.
.After much turmoil, Jack and Rose return to the boat deck.^ Jack and Rose return to the top deck.
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^ CUT TO: 248 EXT. A-DECK AFT, PORT SIDE Jack and Rose run out of the PALM COURT into a dense crowd.
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^ After Rose is on the boat and out of earshot, Cal admits that there was an arrangement, but he would not use it to help Jack.
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.Cal and Jack want Rose safe, so they persuade her to board a lifeboat, Cal claiming that he has an arrangement that will allow him and Jack to get off safely.^ Cal and Jack, though enemies, both want Rose safe, so they persuade her to board a lifeboat by Cal telling her that he had an arrangement with a man working the boats, and that he and Jack would get off safely.
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^ Jack and I can get off safely.
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^ Did Cal really want to kill Rose too or just Jack?
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.After Rose is out of earshot, Cal admits that there is an arrangement, but he will not use it to help Jack.^ After Rose is on the boat and out of earshot, Cal admits that there was an arrangement, but he would not use it to help Jack.
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^ CUT TO: 248 EXT. A-DECK AFT, PORT SIDE Jack and Rose run out of the PALM COURT into a dense crowd.
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^ As Rose and Jack enter and move across the room to their table, Cal and Ruth beside them, we hear...
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.Realizing that she cannot leave Jack, Rose jumps back on the ship and reunites with him at the ship's first-class staircase.^ Jack and Rose are talking on the deck of the ship ] Jack : Do you love him?

^ After realizing that she cannot leave Jack, Rose jumps back on the ship and reunites with him in the ship's first-class staircase.
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^ It stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson and Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater, two members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ill-fated maiden voyage of the ship.
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.Infuriated, Cal takes Lovejoy's pistol and chases Jack and Rose into the flooding first-class dining saloon.^ Jack and Rose first kissed...
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^ Lovejoy goes after the pair in the sinking First Class dining room.
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^ Infuriated, Cal takes Lovejoy's pistol and chases Jack and Rose down the decks and into the flooded first-class dining saloon.
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.When Cal runs out of ammunition, he sarcastically wishes them well, then realizes he left the Heart of the Ocean in Rose's overcoat.^ When Cal runs out of ammunition, he realizes he left the Heart of the Ocean in Rose's overcoat.
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^ CAL We're running out of time.
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^ CUT TO: 248 EXT. A-DECK AFT, PORT SIDE Jack and Rose run out of the PALM COURT into a dense crowd.
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.Cal abandons Lovejoy and returns to the boat deck, where he boards a lifeboat by pretending to look after an abandoned child.^ Cal abandons Lovejoy and returns to the boat deck, where he boards Collapsible A by pretending to look after an abandoned child, as the officer he had previously bribed into letting him onto a lifeboat throws the money in his face.
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^ He is rescued on a lifeboat after pretending to have a child.
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^ CAL (slapping the side of a boat) Waste of deck space as it is, on an unsinkable ship!
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.Jack and Rose go through grueling struggles just to return to the top deck.^ JACK I was going to return it!
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^ ROSE Jack, must you go?
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^ Jack and Rose return to the top deck.
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.By the time they do, people everywhere are falling to their deaths and the lifeboats have gone.^ They reacted so slowly to this catastrophe, that there was not enough time to successfully launch all the lifeboats ~~Collapsible lifeboats A and B were not launched but floated away as the water washed over the ship.
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^ By that time every wooden lifeboat on the starboard side had been lowered away, and I found that they were engaged in getting out the forward collapsible boat on the starboard side.
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^ People plunge to their deaths in icy waters, some of them being killed by falling debris from the ship.

.The ship begins to quickly sink as the first class staircase is destroyed and the ship becomes more steep.^ The crown jewel of the ship's interior was her forward first class Grand Staircase, between the forward and second funnels.
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^ Eric Braeden as Colonel John Jacob Astor IV : A first-class passenger whom Rose calls the richest man on the ship.
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^ At the turn of the century, ship owners were reluctant to exceed the legal minimum because lifeboats took up most of the space on first- and second-class decks.

.Jack and Rose take refuge on the now-vertical stern, which washes them into the Atlantic Ocean.^ CUT TO: 248 EXT. A-DECK AFT, PORT SIDE Jack and Rose run out of the PALM COURT into a dense crowd.
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^ CUT TO: 291 EXT. OCEAN IN A HOVERING DOWNANGLE we see Jack and Rose floating in the black water.
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^ Jack tips his face forward into her blowing hair, letting the scent of her wash over him, until his cheek is agianst her ear.
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.They grab hold of a door that only supports one person.^ Jack and Rose manage to grab hold of a carved oak panel, which can only support one person.
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^ One theory of what separates the two general classes of learners, helpless versus mastery-oriented, is that these different types of students not only explain their failures differently, but they also hold different "theories" of intelligence.
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^ And I realized, there can be a lot of human worth in just waiting with someone -- just waiting for the bus together, even if only one person is going on a trip just then.
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Jack remains in the water, clinging to the door. .As Rose accepts their fate, Jack assures her that she will live to have a long, happy life.^ Old Rose : I saw my whole life as if I had already lived it.

He says that when she dies it will be in her own bed. .As they await rescue, Jack freezes to death.^ After he freezes to death, Rose uses his whistle to attract the attention of Fifth Officer Lowe, which eventually leads to her being rescued.
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^ While "rescuing" and "leaping" are actions on the same conceptual landscape of life and death, they are of course of different characters.
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^ They froze to death within minutes in the Freezing cold waters of the North Atlantic.
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.When a lifeboat finally returns to the site of the sinking, Rose is thinking of staying put and dying with Jack, but is then inspired by Jack's words and determined to live.^ ROSE Put your hands on me Jack.
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^ The Titanic is about to sink ] Rose : Jack!

^ Jack and Rose return to the top deck.
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.She blows a whistle taken from a nearby frozen crew member, and is taken by the RMS Carpathia to New York, where she gives her name as Rose Dawson.^ Rose is taken by the RMS Carpathia to New York, where she gives her name as Rose Dawson (adopting Jack's surname, leading everyone to believe Rose DeWitt Bukater died on the Titanic ).
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^ The ' Carpathia ' leaves the area bound for New York.
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^ The Carpathia is arriving to New York ] Officer : Can I take your name, please love?

.She sees Cal for the last time on Carpathia's deck, looking for her.^ It looks the same as the last time I saw it.
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^ UP ABOVE THEM, IN THE CROW'S NEST, lookout Fleet hears the disturbance below and looks around and back down to the well deck, where he can see two figures embracing.
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^ He sees her coming into A-deck foyer, running toward him, Cal's long coat flying out behind her as she runs.
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.It is revealed that Cal commits suicide after losing his fortune in the Crash of 1929.^ The elderly Rose reveals that Cal put a gun in his mouth and committed suicide after the Wall Street Crash of 1929 which hit his interests hard.
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^ She also sees Cal for the last time on Carpathia's deck, looking for her (she explains he later married, then committed suicide following the Wall Street Crash of 1929 , after he lost everything).
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.Having completed her story, the elderly Rose goes alone to the stern of Lovett's ship.^ Having completed her story, the elderly Rose goes to the stern of Lovett's ship.
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^ Lewis Abernathy as Lewis Bodine: Lovett's friend, who expresses doubt at first whether the elderly Rose is telling the truth.
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^ Rose lies on the railing, looking down fifteen stories to the boiling sea at the base of the stern section.
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.There, she pulls out the Heart of the Ocean, revealing that she had it all along, and drops it into the water.^ It'll all get sorted out there.
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^ He pulls it up out of the water and wades after them.
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^ It is wonderful to learn of all the gals with fantastic taste out there!

.As she sleeps in her bed, around her are pictures of her doing everything she said she would do with Jack throughout her life.^ Around her are pictures of her doing everything she said she would do with Jack throughout her life.
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.The final shot of the film is of young Rose being reunited with Jack at the Grand Staircase of the Titanic, surrounded and applauded by those who perished on the ship; it is deliberately unclear if this is a conscious dream, or if Rose has died in her sleep.^ The film ends with a shot of Rose in bed.
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^ The final shot of the film is where the young Rose is reunited with Jack at the Grand Staircase of the Titanic , surrounded and applauded by those who perished on the ship, as they kiss passionately.
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^ ROSE Tell her that her daughter died with the Titanic.
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Cast

Fictional characters

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  • Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson: Cameron said he needed the cast to feel as though they were really on the Titanic, its liveliness, and "to take that energy and give it to Jack, he's an artist who is able to have his heart soar".[12] After completing the script for Titanic, Cameron discovered that there had been a real "J. Dawson" who died aboard the Titanic. "J. Dawson" (Joseph Dawson) had been born September 1888 in Dublin, Ireland.^ Before she leaps, a drifter and artist named Jack Dawson ( Leonardo DiCaprio ) intervenes.
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    ^ JACK I can feel your heart beating.
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    ^ Titanic ranked 100th for Jack Dawson's (Leonardo DiCaprio) yell of, " I'm the king of the world!
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    ."His body was salvaged and buried at Fairview Lawn cemetery in Nova Scotia with many other Titanic victims.^ It is because 121 of Titanic's victims are buried in the cemetery called Fairview Lawn.
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    ^ As the title implies, this is an alphabetical listing of the Titanic's crew including name, address, rating, and a headstone number assigned to those crew members buried in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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    ^ Why do you suppose a cemetery in Halifax, Nova Scotia, attracts visitors from all over the world?
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    Today, his grave stone (#227) is the most widely visited in the cemetery."[13] .Within the film, Jack is portrayed as a penniless Wisconsin man who has toured parts of the world, primarily Paris.^ Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson: Jack is a penniless man who has toured parts of the world, primarily Paris .
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    ^ Jonathan Hyde as Joseph Bruce Ismay : Ismay is portrayed as an ignorant first-class rich man who does not even know who Sigmund Freud is.
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    ^ Victor Garber as Thomas Andrews : The ship's builder, Andrews is portrayed as a very kind and pleasant man who is modest about his grand achievement.
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    .He wins two tickets onto the RMS Titanic in a poker game and travels as a third-class passenger with his friend Fabrizio.^ At the start of the film, he wins two tickets to the RMS Titanic in a poker game and travels as a third-class passenger with his friend, Fabrizio.
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    ^ Fresh from his acclaimed performances in "William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet" and "Marvin's Room," Oscar® nominee Leonardo DiCaprio stars as Jack Dawson, a struggling young artist who wins his third-class ticket aboard Titanic in a lucky game of poker.
    • Titanic - About The Production 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.filmscouts.com [Source type: General]

    ^ Danny Nucci as Fabrizio De Rossi: Jack's Italian best friend, who comes aboard the RMS Titanic with him after Jack wins two tickets in a poker game.
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    .He is attracted to Rose at first sight and meets her when she attempts to throw herself off the stern of the ship.^ He is attracted to Rose's beauty at first sight and incidentally talks to her when Rose attempts to throw herself off the back of the ship.
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    ^ Eric Braeden as Colonel John Jacob Astor IV : A first-class passenger whom Rose calls the richest man on the ship.
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    ^ Bernard Fox as Colonel Archibald Gracie IV : The film depicts Gracie making a comment to Cal that "women and machinery don't mix", and congratulating Jack for saving Rose from falling off the ship (he is unaware it was a suicide attempt).
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    .This enables him to mix with the first-class passengers for a night.^ This is the actual menu for First class passengers .
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    ^ This heroic act enables him to mix with the first-class passengers for a night.
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    ^ The public rooms for the first-class passengers were large and elegantly furnished with wood paneling, stained-glass windows, comfortable lounge furniture, and expensive carpets.
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    .When casting the role, various established actors, including Matthew McConaughey, Chris O'Donnell, Billy Crudup and Stephen Dorff, were considered, but Cameron ultimately felt that a few of them were too old for the part of a 20-year-old.^ Billy Crudup and Stephen Dorff were considered for the role of Jack.
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    ^ William was twenty-eight years old, and Vice - president of the Manufacturers Trust Company of New York and a part owner and director of the Brooklyn Times.
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    ^ Cameron certainly possesses the gift in establishing characters' role with the audience.
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    [13][14][15][16][17] "Tom Cruise expressed an interest in [portraying] the character, though his superstar asking price was never taken seriously."[15] DiCaprio, 22 at the time, was brought to Cameron's attention by casting director Mali Finn.[14] .He initially did not want to portray the character, and refused to read his first romantic scene on the set.^ I've never seen Titantic, but I did read a scene by scene explanation of the plot in one of those How To Be A Screenwriter type books and by the end of it I was welling up!
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    ^ Leo and Kate did a phenomenal job as the characters and it makes me want to cry every time I watch it or listen to the soundtrack.
    • Titanic Script at IMSDb. 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.imsdb.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    .Cameron said, "He read it once, then started goofing around, and I could never get him to focus on it again.^ If everyone starts doing this, soon there could be an enormous amount of free stuff going around.
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    ^ And as I said at the start, now that this essay "runs" (even with bugs), I'd be the first to agree it could improve by being refactored, like almost any big program after it is first written.
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    ^ So, perhaps I should warn people that this essay could be dangerous to your mental health if you start it but then stop reading in the middle?
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    .But for one split second, a shaft of light came down from the heavens and lit up the forest."^ By the time he came back for the second group things down below had taken an ugly turn.
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    ^ Fires, explosions and sparks light the yawning chasm as the hull splits down through nine decks to the keel.
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    ^ Even the ones who do must then fight it out in a career of unspoken and unacknowledged fear and fraud (often also breaking up marriages with split-career moves).
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    .Cameron strongly believed in DiCaprio's acting ability, and told him, "Look, I'm not going to make this guy brooding and neurotic.^ Robert Ballard , who strongly believes in the sanctity of the site, worked to get a U.S. federal law passed making it illegal to buy or sell artifacts from the site in the United States.
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    ^ But if you look at it - as Cameron's producers most certainly do - as a money-making enterprise, then all credit to him.
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    .I'm not going to give him a tic and a limp and all the things you want."^ I want to see it all before I go.
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    ^ Can you give us something go on, here.
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    ^ After the first class dinner, Jack gives Rose a note ] Jack : Do you want to go to a real party?

    Cameron rather envisioned the character as a Jimmy Stewart type.[14]
  • .
  • Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater: Cameron said Winslet "had the thing that you look for" and that there was "a quality in her face, in her eyes," that he "just knew people would be ready to go the distance with her".[12] Rose is portrayed as a 17-year-old girl, originally from Philadelphia, who is forced into an engagement to 30-something Caledon Hockley so she and her mother, Ruth, can maintain their high-class status following her father's death, whose debts left them a "reputated" empty shell.^ Don't you have better things to do than make a 12 year old cry!
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    ^ It wasn't 15-year old girls who voted.
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    ^ IN A SIDE ANGLE Rose goes into his arms, a girl of 17.
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    .Along with Cal and Ruth, Rose boards the RMS Titanic as a first-class passenger, where she meets Jack.^ He accompanies Cal, Rose, and Ruth on the RMS Titanic and tells the porters where to put their luggage.
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    ^ The Titanic is about to sink ] Rose : Jack!

    ^ This is the actual menu for First class passengers .
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    .Winslet stated of her character, "She has got a lot to give, and she's got a very open heart.^ "She has a lot to give and a very open heart.
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    ^ He gives Rose the famous " Heart of the Ocean " diamond as a reminder of his feelings for her, and then asks her to "open her heart to him".
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    .And she wants to explore and adventure the world, but she [feels] that's not going to happen."^ She wants to explore the world but knows that's not going to happen.
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    [12] Gwyneth Paltrow, Claire Danes, and Gabrielle Anwar had been considered for the role.[14][18][19] .When they turned it down, 22-year-old Winslet campaigned for the role heavily by sending Cameron daily notes from England, which led Cameron to invite her to Hollywood for auditions.^ It was weeks before they woke up to the fact that it was attracting a completely different demographic - notably 13-year-old girls.
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    ^ Millvina Dean; 95 years old and lives in Southampton, England.
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    ^ Barbara West Dainton; 96 years old and lives in Truro, England.
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    .Like DiCaprio, she was originally brought to Cameron's attention by casting director Mali Finn.^ Also rejoining Cameron's creative staff on "Titanic" were several key personnel involved with his acclaimed canon of work, including special effects coordinator Tom Fisher ("True Lies," "T2") and casting director Mali Finn ("True Lies," "T2").
    • Titanic - About The Production 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.filmscouts.com [Source type: General]

    .Looking for a Rose, Cameron described the character as "an Audrey Hepburn type" and was initially uncertain about casting Winslet even after her screen test impressed him.^ Our enemy is never another person; our enemy is the wrong perceptions and suffering within him, within her [or sometime even within ourselves about them].
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    ^ I also in part abandoned the rewrite as the game was called "addictive" (described as a positive :-) and that bothered me a little (plus it was about violence, even if abstract).
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    ^ When they reach the Carpathian Rose starts frantically looking for Jack and spots him and runs up to him and they embrace and she tells him that she loves him.
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    [14] After she screen tested with DiCaprio, she was so thoroughly impressed with him, that she whispered to Cameron, "He's great. .Even if you don't pick me, pick him."^ I don't even have a picture of him.
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    ^ So don't even start on that until you've learned your history.
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    ^ I have seen every one of them, and I can tell you straight up that TDK does not resemble ANY of them in scope, not even BB. This film is a huge step up for him.
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    .Winslet sent Cameron a single rose with a card signed "From Your Rose" and lobbied him by phone.^ Adds Cameron, "Every single moment that you're with them, there is this little voice in the back of your mind that's saying they're all doomed.
    • Titanic - About The Production 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.filmscouts.com [Source type: General]

    ."You don't understand!"^ (Ruth freezes, mouth open) Don't you understand?
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    ^ It's called "democracy", and you should now understand why cheap-labor defenders of the "haves" don't like it.
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    ^ Don't you understand?

    she pleaded one day when she reached him by mobile phone in his Humvee. "I am Rose! .I don't know why you're even seeing anyone else!"^ Some of them don't even know it yet.
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    ^ You don't know me.
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    ^ PM you're right, i don't.
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    Her persistence, as well as talent, eventually convinced him to cast her.[14]
  • .
  • Billy Zane as Caledon Nathan "Cal" Hockley: Cal is Rose's 30-something fiancé.^ Seduced by Jack's artist soul, Rose at first cannot find the strength to extricate herself from her engagement to Caledon Hockley (Billy Zane) and the weighty presence of his family name and wealth.
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    ^ Billy Zane as Caledon Nathan "Cal" Hockley: Rose's fiancé and the quintessential arrogant and snobbish first-class man, Cal is the heir to an enormous steel fortune.
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    ^ In 1912, the upper-class 17-year-old Rose ( Kate Winslet ) boards the ship in Southampton , England with her fiancé Caledon "Cal" Hockley ( Billy Zane ), the son of a Pittsburgh steel tycoon, and her mother, Ruth DeWitt Bukater ( Frances Fisher ).
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    .Arrogant and snobbish, Cal is the heir to a steel fortune in Pittsburgh.^ Billy Zane as Caledon Nathan "Cal" Hockley: Rose's fiancé and the quintessential arrogant and snobbish first-class man, Cal is the heir to an enormous steel fortune.
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    .He becomes increasingly embarrassed, jealous, and cruel over Rose's relationship with Jack.^ He becomes increasingly embarrassed, jealous, and cruel over Rose's relationship with Jack.
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    ^ Yet, the emotional anchor remains with the relationship between Jack and Rose.
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    ^ Early 20th-century class issues are at the heart of the conflict between Jack and Rose's whirlwind relationship.

    As with the role of Jack, the part was originally offered to Matthew McConaughey.[15]
  • .
  • Frances Fisher as Ruth DeWitt Bukater: Rose's widowed mother, who arranges her daughter's engagement to Cal to maintain her family's high-class status.^ Cal turns and fives his hand to Rose's mother, RUTH DEWITT BUKATER, who descends from the touring car being him.
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    ^ Rose DeWitt Bukater died on the Titanic.
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    ^ Complicating matters further for Rose is her socially driven mother, Ruth (Frances Fisher).
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    .She loves her daughter but believes that social position is more important.^ I believe you describe an important self-discovery: you value the Cameron Moll brand more than you value the mighty Apple brand.
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    ^ She loves her daughter but believes marriage to Cal is the right thing to do.
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    She scorns Jack, even though he saved her daughter's life.
  • Gloria Stuart as Rose Dawson Calvert: Cameron stated, "In order to see the present and the past, I decided to create a fictional survivor who is [close to] 101 years, and she connects us in a way through history."[12] The 100-year-old Rose gives Lovett information regarding the "Heart of the Ocean" after he discovers a nude drawing of her in the wreck. .She tells the story of her time aboard the ship, mentioning Jack for the first time since the sinking.^ She narrates the story of her time aboard the ship, mentioning Jack for the first time since.
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    ^ Upon seeing the completed ship set for the first time, Marschall says he felt an intense flood of emotion.
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    ^ The sinking of the Titanic was not the first time the internationally recognized Morse code distress signal "SOS" was used.
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    At 87, Stuart had to be made up to look older for the role.[15] Of casting Stuart, Cameron stated, "My casting director found her. She was sent out on a mission to find retired actresses from the Golden Age of the thirties and forties."[20] Cameron said that he did not know who Stuart was, and Fay Wray was also considered for the role. ."But [Stuart] was just so into it, and so lucid, and had such a great spirit.^ When we walked into the room, our French teacher, who had come just to see us, came up to us and told us how great our dresses were.

    ^ Ruth just stares at the spectacle of the great liner, its rows of lights blazing, slanting down into the sullen black mirror of the Atlanic.
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    ^ Obviously, the NSA would get their paws into such a system, so why no just invite them in at the start to help fund it all and make it "secure"?
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    And I saw the connection between her spirit and [Winslet's] spirit," stated Cameron. "I saw this joie de vivre in both of them, that I thought the audience would be able to make that cognitive leap that it's the same person."[20] Stuart believes her character died at the end of the film,[21] while Cameron states in his DVD commentary that he prefers to leave the viewer to interpret the shot.[11]
  • .
  • David Warner as Spicer Lovejoy: An ex-Pinkerton constable, Lovejoy is Cal's English valet and bodyguard, who keeps an eye on Rose and is suspicious regarding the circumstances surrounding Jack's rescue of her.
  • Danny Nucci as Fabrizio De Rossi: Jack's Italian best friend, who boards the RMS Titanic with him after Jack wins two tickets in a poker game.
  • Bill Paxton as Brock Lovett: A treasure hunter looking for the "Heart of the Ocean" in the wreck of the Titanic in the present.^ In 1996, treasure hunter Brock Lovett ( Bill Paxton ) and his team explore the wreck of the RMS Titanic , searching for a necklace set with a valuable blue diamond called the Heart of the Ocean .
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    ^ Fabrizio looks over Jack's shoulder.
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    ^ Rose runs on as the two men grab Cal, restraining him.
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    .Time and funding for his expedition are running out.^ Time and funding to his expedition are running out.
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    ^ CAL We're running out of time.
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    ^ BROCK Look, I'm running out of time.
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    .He later reflects at the film's conclusion that, despite thinking about Titanic for three years, he has never understood it until he hears Rose's story.
  • Lewis Abernathy as Lewis Bodine: Lovett's friend, who expresses doubt about whether the elderly Rose is telling the truth.^ LOVETT Tell us, Rose.
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    ^ Lewis Abernathy as Lewis Bodine: Lovett's friend, who expresses doubt at first whether the elderly Rose is telling the truth.
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    ^ Old Rose is telling Lovett and his crew about the Titanic ] Old Rose : It was the ship of dreams to everyone else.

    .He demonstrates to Rose, with little regard for sensitivity, how the Titanic sank with a computer simulation.^ He also explains to Rose, with little regard for sensitivity, how the RMS Titanic sank with a 3-D computer simulation.
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    ^ The salvagers are able to give Rose a very detailed and clinical description of the great ship's demise, aided by an impressive high-tech computer simulation.
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    ^ OLD ROSE Fifteen hundred people went into the sea when Titanic sank from under us.
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    When Rose finishes telling her story, he appears more sympathetic, solemnly informing her about the lack of records about Jack's existence.
  • Suzy Amis as Lizzy Calvert: Rose's granddaughter, who accompanies her when she visits Lovett on the ship.
  • Jason Barry as Thomas "Tommy" Ryan: An Irish third-class passenger who befriends Jack and Fabrizio.

Historical characters

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  • Kathy Bates as Margaret "Molly" Brown: Brown is depicted as being frowned upon by other first-class women, including Ruth, as "vulgar" and "new money" due to her sudden wealth.^ Molly Brown : Come on Ruth, first-class seats are right up here.

    ^ Kathy Bates as Margaret "Molly" Brown : Brown is depicted as being frowned upon by other first-class women, including Ruth, as "vulgar" and "new money" due to her sudden wealth.
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    ^ Assuming Third Class passengers were not being withheld from the boat deck, would it be necessary to pass (another word for allow) the women and children?
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    .She is friendly to Jack and lends him a tuxedo (bought for her son) when he is invited to dinner in the first-class dining saloon.^ She is friendly to Jack and lends him a tuxedo (bought for her son) when he is invited to dinner in the first-class dining saloon.
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    ^ During the first class dinner ] Waiter : How do you take your caviar, sir?

    ^ After the first class dinner, Jack gives Rose a note ] Jack : Do you want to go to a real party?

    .Although Brown was a real person, Cameron chose to not portray her real-life actions.^ At a young age, I think he realizes how short life really is, and that's a big factor in who he is as a person."
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    Molly Brown was dubbed "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" by historians because she, with the support of other women, commandeered Lifeboat 6 from Quartermaster Hichens.[22] .Aspects of this altercation are portrayed in Cameron's film.
  • Victor Garber as Thomas Andrews: The ship's builder, Andrews is portrayed as a very kind and pleasant man who is modest about his grand achievement.^ Victor Garber as Thomas Andrews : The ship's builder, Andrews is portrayed as a very kind and pleasant man who is modest about his grand achievement.
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    ^ Thomas Andrews : The ship will sink.

    ^ James Lancaster as Father Thomas Byles : Father Byles, a Catholic priest from England, is portrayed praying and consoling passengers during the ship's final moments.
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    .After the collision, he tries to convince the others, particularly Ismay, that it is a "mathematical certainty" that the ship will sink.^ After the collision, he tries to convince the others, particularly Ismay, that it is a "mathematical certainty" that the iron ship will sink.
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    ^ ISMAY But this ship can't sink!
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    ^ While Titanic had a double bottom, she did not have a double hull; after her sinking, new ships were designed with double hulls; also, the double bottoms of other ships (including the Olympic) were extended up the sides of their hulls, above their waterlines, to give them double hulls.
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    .He is depicted during the sinking of the ship as standing next to the clock in the first-class smoking room, lamenting his failure to build a strong and safe ship.^ He is depicted during the sinking of the ship as standing next to the clock in the first-class smoking room, lamenting his failure to build a strong and safe ship.
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    ^ Lovejoy goes after the pair in the sinking First Class dining room.
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    ^ The public rooms for the first-class passengers were large and elegantly furnished with wood paneling, stained-glass windows, comfortable lounge furniture, and expensive carpets.
    • JOM Article on The Titanic: Did a Metallurgical Failure Cause a Night to Remember? 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.tms.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    .It is unknown how the real Andrews died.
  • Bernard Hill as Captain Edward John Smith: Smith planned to make the Titanic voyage his final one before retiring.^ Bernard Hill as Captain Edward John Smith : Smith had planned to make the Titanic voyage his final one before retiring.
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    ^ Captain Edward John Smith had only sailed a ship the size and weight of Titanic once before.
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    ^ Gregory Cooke as Jack Phillips : Senior wireless operator on board the Titanic that Captain Smith ordered to send out the distress signal.
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    .This influences his decision to increase the ship's speed to make headlines (whether this increase in speed actually happened is strongly contested; see RMS Titanic); it is later reflected in the present that this was due to his long experience causing him to conclude that anything large enough to sink Titantic would be visible early enough for them to avoid it.^ This later influenced his decision to increase the ship's speed to make headlines.
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    ^ The sinking of the RMS Titanic was a factor that influenced later maritime practices, ship design, and cultural changes.
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    ^ The 744-foot (227 m) long exterior of the RMS Titanic had its first half lowered into the tank, but being the heaviest part of the ship meant it acted as a shock absorber against the water.
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    .He retreats into the bridge as the ship sinks, dying when water bursts through the windows whilst clinging to the ship's wheel.^ He retreats into the bridge as the ship sinks, dying when the icy water bursts through the windows.
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    ^ According to the real Joughin's testimony he rode the ship down and stepped into the water without getting his hair wet, most likely thanks to alcohol.
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    ^ It gives you insight into the real Titanic and sinking, whilst combining it with a beautiful love story that left me in tears.
    • Titanic Script at IMSDb. 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.imsdb.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    .It is often disputed whether he died this way or later froze to death, as he was reported seen near the overturned Collapsible B.[23]
  • Jonathan Hyde as Joseph Bruce Ismay: Ismay is portrayed as an ignorant first-class rich man.^ It is often disputed whether he died this way or was crushed by the first funnel.
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    ^ Jonathan Hyde as Joseph Bruce Ismay : Ismay is portrayed as an ignorant first-class rich man who does not even know who Sigmund Freud is.
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    ^ By this stage the "wireless" was in almost constant use, with sea trial reports flowing from Captain Smith to Bruce Ismay (Managing Director) at the company offices in Liverpool .
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    .In the film, he uses his position as White Star Line managing director to influence Captain Smith to go faster with the prospect of an earlier arrival in New York and favorable press attention.^ New York: Viking Press, 1969.
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    ^ New York: Viking Press, 1976.
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    ^ He uses his position as White Star Line managing director to influence Captain Smith to go faster with the prospect of an earlier arrival in New York and favourable press attention.
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    .After the collision, he struggles to comprehend that his "unsinkable" ship is doomed, later sneaking on board a lifeboat to escape.
  • Eric Braeden as Colonel John Jacob Astor IV: A first-class passenger whom Rose calls the richest man on the ship.^ Eric Braeden as Colonel John Jacob Astor IV : A first-class passenger whom Rose calls the richest man on the ship.
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    ^ After the collision, he struggles to comprehend that his "unsinkable" ship is doomed.
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    ^ ROSE Titanic was called the Ship of Dreams.
    • Titanic Script at IMSDb. 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.imsdb.com [Source type: Original source]

    .The film depicts Astor and his 18-year-old wife Madeleine as being introduced to Jack by Rose in the first-class dining saloon, during which he asks if Jack is connected to the 'Boston Dawsons' (Jack neatly deflecting the query by saying that he is instead affiliated with the Chippawea Falls Dawsons).^ Jack and Rose first kissed...
    • Titanic Script at IMSDb. 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.imsdb.com [Source type: Original source]

    ^ The film depicts Astor and his 18-year-old wife Madeleine as being introduced to Jack by Rose in the first-class dining saloon.
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    ^ ROSE Mother, may I introduce Jack Dawson.
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    .He is last seen as the Grand Staircase glass dome implodes and water surges in.^ He is presumably drowned when the Grand Staircase glass dome implodes and water surges in.
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    ^ CUT TO: 253 INT. BOAT DECK FOYER / GRAND STAIRCASE Water raors through the doors and windows, cascading down the stairs like a rapids.
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    ^ He is last seen sitting on a chair with his glass of brandy at the base of the Grand Staircase while a huge wave bursts into the room through the A-deck cabins.
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    .In reality, Astor died after being crushed when one of the ship's funnels collapsed.^ In reality, Astor died after being crushed when one of the ship's funnels collapsed and Madeleine survived in one of the last boats to leave the Titanic, but her survival is not shown on camera.
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    ^ A funnel collapses, crushing several people.
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    ^ It is often disputed whether he died this way or was crushed by the first funnel.
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    [24] .Madeleine Astor survived in one of the last boats to leave the Titanic, but her survival is not shown.
  • Bernard Fox as Colonel Archibald Gracie IV: The film depicts Gracie making a comment to Cal that "women and machinery don't mix", and congratulating Jack for saving Rose from falling off the ship (he is unaware it was a suicide attempt).^ In reality, Astor died after being crushed when one of the ship's funnels collapsed and Madeleine survived in one of the last boats to leave the Titanic, but her survival is not shown on camera.
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    ^ Bernard Fox as Colonel Archibald Gracie IV : The film depicts Gracie making a comment to Cal that "women and machinery don't mix", and congratulating Jack for saving Rose from falling off the ship (he is unaware it was a suicide attempt).
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    ^ Rose : It's not up to you to save me Jack.

    While the film depicts Gracie with a British accent, he was in fact American. .Archibald Gracie survived the sinking on the overturned Collapsible B. Fox also portrayed lookout Frederick Fleet in the 1958 film A Night to Remember.
  • Michael Ensign as Benjamin Guggenheim: A mining magnate traveling in first-class.^ Michael Ensign as Benjamin Guggenheim : A mining magnate traveling in first-class.
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    ^ Jonathan Hyde as Joseph Bruce Ismay : Ismay is portrayed as an ignorant first-class rich man who does not even know who Sigmund Freud is.
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    ^ It is not mentioned whether he survives or dies, but the actual Archibald Gracie survived the sinking on the overturned Collapsible B (the same lifeboat Cal boards).
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    .He shows off his French mistress Madame Aubart to his fellow passengers while his family waits for him at home.^ He openly shows off his French mistress Madame Aubart to his fellow passengers while his family waits for him back home.
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    ^ Benjamin Guggenheim slept through the Titanic's collision of the ice berg, but was awakened just after midnight by his mistress, Madame Léontine Aubart , and her maid, Emma Sagasser.
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    ^ After this Butch and Joslyn went home to take pictures and show off to her family and Stacy and Ryan went to Ryan's house to do the same.

    .When Jack joins the other first-class passengers for dinner after his rescue of Rose, Guggenheim refers to him as a "bohemian".
  • Jonathan Evans-Jones as Wallace Hartley: The ship's bandmaster, who plays uplifting music with his colleagues on the boat deck as the ship sinks, culminating in a final performance of Nearer, My God, to Thee.^ ON WALLACE HARTLEY raising his violin to play.
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    ^ Left and below: This is the dress Rose wears to the first-class dinner with Jack.

    ^ Jonathan Evans-Jones as Wallace Hartley : The ship's bandmaster, who plays uplifting music with his colleagues on the boat deck as the ship sinks, culminating in a final, emotional performance of Nearer, My God, to Thee .
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    .It has been disputed for many years whether it was this or a waltz tune named "Autumn" that was played last.
  • Ewan Stewart as First Officer William Murdoch: During a rush for the lifeboats, Murdoch shoots Tommy Ryan as well as another passenger in a momentary panic, then commits suicide out of guilt.^ As in regards to Officer Murdoch shooting himself.
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    ^ However, it has been disputed for many years whether it was this or a waltz tune named Autumn that was played last.
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    ^ During a sudden rush for the lifeboats, Murdoch's gun discharges and kills Tommy Ryan as well as another passenger.
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    .When Murdoch's nephew Scott saw the film, he objected to his uncle's portrayal as damaging to Murdoch's heroic reputation.^ When Murdoch's nephew Scott saw the film, he objected to his uncle's portrayal as damaging to Murdoch's heroic reputation, considering that he did try to get a number of passengers off.
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    [25] .A few months later, Fox vice-president Scott Neeson went to Dalbeattie, Scotland, where Murdoch lived, to deliver a personal apology, and also presented a £5000 donation to Dalbeattie High School to boost the school's William Murdoch Memorial Prize.^ You went to the public high school.
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    ^ Century Fox apologised and James Cameron donated $8,340 to a memorial fund dedicated to Murdoch.
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    ^ William was twenty-eight years old, and Vice - president of the Manufacturers Trust Company of New York and a part owner and director of the Brooklyn Times.
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    [26] .Cameron apologized on the DVD commentary, but noted that there were officers who fired gunshots to follow the "women and children first" policy.^ Cameron apologized on the DVD commentary, but noted that there were officers who fired gunshots to follow the "women and children first" policy.
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    ^ Stuart herself believes the character to have died, [ 11 ] whereas in his DVD audio commentary Cameron says that he prefers to leave the viewer to interpret the shot.
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    ^ "My fantasy is a world where there are two kinds of people -- ones who like to stay home and care for children and ones who like to go out and have a career," she says.
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    [27]
  • .
  • Jonathan Phillips as Second Officer Charles Lightoller: The ship's most senior surviving officer.^ Jonathan Phillips as Second Officer Charles Lightoller : The ship's most senior surviving officer of the sinking.
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    ^ They exit just as SECOND OFFICER CHARLES HERBERT LIGHTOLLER comes out of the chartroom, stopping next to First Officer Murdoch.
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    ^ A woman takes hold of Second Officer Lightoller's arm as he is about to launch Boat 10.
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    .The film depicts Lightoller telling Captain Smith that it will be difficult to see icebergs with no breaking water.^ The film depicts Lightoller telling Captain Smith that it would be difficult to see the icebergs with no breaking water.
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    ^ LIGHTOLLER It's make the bergs harder to see, with no breaking water at the base.
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    ^ Smith : No, I do not see the need.

    .He is seen brandishing a gun and threatening to use it to keep order.^ He is seen brandishing a gun and threatening to use it to keep order.
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    ^ He spins with his gun, brandishing it in the air to keep the other men back.
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    .He can be seen on top of Collapsible B when the first funnel collapses.
  • Mark Lindsay Chapman as Chief Officer Henry Wilde: The ship's chief officer, who lets Cal on board a lifeboat because he has a child in his arms.^ Mark Lindsay Chapman as Chief Officer Henry Wilde : The ship's chief officer, who lets Cal on board a lifeboat because he had a child in his arms.
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    ^ He can be seen on top of Collapsible B when the first funnel falls.
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    ^ Cal abandons Lovejoy and returns to the boat deck, where he boards Collapsible A by pretending to look after an abandoned child, as the officer he had previously bribed into letting him onto a lifeboat throws the money in his face.
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    .Before he dies, he tries to get the boats to return to the sinking site to rescue passengers by blowing his whistle.^ Before he dies, he tries to get the boats to row back to the sinking site and rescue passengers by blowing on his whistle.
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    ^ Thirty-four people died when one of the ship's lifeboats was launched before the ship had come to a total stop and the boat was sucked into a still revolving propeller.
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    ^ The answer also explains that 712 were rescued from Titanic's boats by the crew of Carpathia, but that one person died before Carpathia arrived at New York, leaving 711 survivors.
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    .After he freezes to death, Rose uses his whistle to attract the attention of Fifth Officer Lowe, which leads to her rescue.^ After he freezes to death, Rose uses his whistle to attract the attention of Fifth Officer Lowe, which eventually leads to her being rescued.
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    ^ The film depicts Lowe rescuing Rose from freezing to death.
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    ^ Ioan Gruffudd as Fifth Officer Harold Lowe : The only ship's officer who led a lifeboat to retrieve survivors of the sinking on the icy waters.
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    .It is unknown how the real Henry Wilde died.
  • Ioan Gruffudd as Fifth Officer Harold Lowe: The only ship's officer who led a lifeboat to retrieve survivors of the sinking on the icy waters.^ Ioan Gruffudd as Fifth Officer Harold Lowe : The only ship's officer who led a lifeboat to retrieve survivors of the sinking on the icy waters.
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    ^ Rose is rescued when Fifth Officer Harold Lowe returns with Lifeboat 14 with five other survivors.
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    ^ Edward Fletcher as Sixth Officer James Moody : The ship's only junior officer who died in the sinking.
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    .The film depicts Lowe rescuing Rose.
  • Edward Fletcher as Sixth Officer James Moody: The ship's only junior officer who died in the sinking.^ Edward Fletcher as Sixth Officer James Moody : The ship's only junior officer who died in the sinking.
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    ^ The film depicts Lowe rescuing Rose from freezing to death.
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    ^ Although there were several passengers who insisted that the ship had broken in two as it sank (including Jack Thayer, who even drew a set of sketches depicting the sinking), the inquiries believed the statements of the ship's officers and first-class passengers that it had sunk in one piece.
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    The film depicts Moody admitting Jack and Fabrizio onto the ship only moments before it departs from Southampton, follows Mr. Murdoch's orders putting the ship to full speed ahead, and informs First Officer Murdoch about the iceberg.
  • James Lancaster as Father Thomas Byles: Father Byles, a Catholic priest from England, is portrayed praying and consoling passengers during the ship's final moments.
  • Lew Palter and Elsa Raven as Isidor Straus and Ida Straus: Isidor is a former owner of R.H. Macy and Company, a former congressman from New York, and a member of the New York and New Jersey Bridge Commission. .During the sinking, his wife Ida is offered a place in a lifeboat, but refuses, saying that she will honor her wedding pledge by staying with Isidor.^ During the sinking, his wife Ida is offered a place in a lifeboat, but she refuses, saying that she will honour her wedding pledge by staying with Isidor wherever he went.
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    ^ Simon Crane as Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall : The officer in charge of firing flares and manning Lifeboat 2 during the sinking.
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    ^ But all the time he was getting ready, he was reassuring his wife' saying not to be afraid, the Titanic could not sink.
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    .They are last seen lying on their bed embracing each other as water fills their stateroom.
  • Martin Jarvis as Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon: A Scottish baronet who is rescued in Lifeboat 1. He and his wife were among only 12 people in Lifeboat #1, whose capacity was 40. He was accused of bribing the boat's crewmen not to row back and rescue those struggling in the water, but the British Board of Trade's Inquiry into the disaster cleared them of any wrongdoing and a letter written by the secretary further clears their name.^ The two are last seen lying on their bed, embracing each other, as the frigid water begins to fill their stateroom.
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    ^ IN BOAT ONE: Sir Cosmo and Lucile Duff-Gordon sit with ten other people in a boat that is two thirds empty.
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    ^ For most people the bribes listed above, and others, are lies.
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    [28]
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  • Rosalind Ayres as Lady Duff-Gordon: A world-famous fashion designer and Sir Cosmo's wife.^ Rosalind Ayres as Lady Lucile Duff-Gordon : A world-famous fashion designer and Sir Cosmo's wife.
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    ^ Martin Jarvis as Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon : A Scottish baronet who is rescued in Lifeboat 1.
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    ^ Cal and Ruth are laughing together, while on the other side LADY DUFF-GORDON is holding forth animatedly.
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    .She is rescued in Lifeboat 1 with her husband.^ She is rescued in Lifeboat 1 with her husband and forbids him to return to the wreck site.
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    .She and her husband never lived down rumors that they had forbidden the lifeboat's crew to return to the wreck site in case they would be swamped.^ She is rescued in Lifeboat 1 with her husband and forbids him to return to the wreck site.
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    ^ In the years after the find, the Titanic has been the object of a number of court cases concerning ownership of artefacts and the wreck site itself.
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    ^ Consciousnesses not raised for food may then never have existed at all -- or would they?
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    [29][30][31][32]
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  • Rochelle Rose as Noel Leslie, Countess of Rothes: The Countess is shown to be friendly with Cal and the DeWitt Bukaters.^ Both Cal and Ruth stress the importance of Rose's engagement to Cal, since the marriage will mean the eradication of the Dewitt-Bukater debts; while they have the outward appearance of being upper-class, Rose and her mother are experiencing severe financial troubles.
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    ^ Cal turns and fives his hand to Rose's mother, RUTH DEWITT BUKATER, who descends from the touring car being him.
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    ^ Rose DeWitt Bukater died on the Titanic.
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    .Even though she is of a higher status in society than Sir Cosmo and Lady Duff-Gordon she is kind and helps row the boats and even looks after the steerage passengers.
  • Scott G. Anderson as Frederick Fleet: The lookout who saw the iceberg.^ That kind of deep questioning might help avert some extreme incidents, or it might even perhaps help bring some little peace to the Cho family someday.
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    ^ I didn't realize GM gave them free cars, even though I should have saw that coming.
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    ^ And of course Chow Yun Fat owned Zhang, and the old lady, even though he seemed to be the least capable at physical performance.
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    .Fleet escapes the sinking ship aboard Lifeboat 6.
  • Martin East as Reginald Lee: The other lookout in the crow's nest.^ Martin East as Reginald Lee : The other lookout in the Crow's nest .
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    ^ She leaves the sinking ship with Ruth, aboard Lifeboat 6.
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    ^ Fleet escapes the sinking ship aboard Lifeboat 6.
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    .He survives the sinking.
  • Simon Crane as Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall: The officer in charge of firing flares and manning Lifeboat 2 during the sinking.^ Simon Crane as Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall : The officer in charge of firing flares and manning Lifeboat 2 during the sinking.
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    ^ Ioan Gruffudd as Fifth Officer Harold Lowe : The only ship's officer who led a lifeboat to retrieve survivors of the sinking on the icy waters.
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    ^ Tommy is shot dead by First Officer Murdoch during the sinking of the ship, after he is shoved during the chaos on deck.
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    .He is shown on the bridge wings helping the seamen firing the flares.
  • Gregory Cooke as Jack Phillips: Senior wireless operator on board the Titanic whom Captain Smith ordered to send the distress signal.
  • Liam Tuohy as Chief Baker Charles Joughin: The baker appears in the film on top of the railing with Jack and Rose as the ship sinks, drinking brandy from a flask.^ ROSE Titanic was called the Ship of Dreams.
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    ^ Liam Tuohy as Chief Baker Charles Joughin : The baker appears in the film on top of the railing with Jack and Rose as the ship went down for the final plunge.
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    ^ Gregory Cooke as Jack Phillips : Senior wireless operator on board the Titanic that Captain Smith ordered to send out the distress signal.
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    .According to the real Joughin's testimony he rode the ship down and stepped into the water without getting his hair wet.^ He climbs down into the water next to her.
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    ^ According to the real Joughin's testimony he rode the ship down and stepped into the water without getting his hair wet, most likely thanks to alcohol.
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    ^ The funnel sinks, disappearing, but-- Hundreds of tons of water pour down through the 30 foot hole where the funnel stood, thundering down into the belly of the ship.
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    .He also admitted to hardly feeling the cold, most likely thanks to alcohol.^ According to the real Joughin's testimony he rode the ship down and stepped into the water without getting his hair wet, most likely thanks to alcohol.
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    [33]
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  • Terry Forrestal as Chief Engineer Joseph G. Bell: Bell and his men worked until the last minute to keep the lights on and power for distress signals to get out.^ Terry Forrestal as Chief Engineer Joseph G. Bell: Bell and his men worked til the last minute to keep the lights on the ship and power for distress signals to get out.
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    ^ Gregory Cooke as Jack Phillips : Senior wireless operator on board the Titanic that Captain Smith ordered to send out the distress signal.
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    ^ He tries to pull one hand out of the cuffs, working until the skin is raw...
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    Bell and all of the engineers died in the bowels of the Titanic.

Cameos

.Several crew members of the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh appear in the film, including Anatoly Sagalevich, creator and pilot of the Mir submersibles.^ Several crew members of the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh appear in the film, including Anatoly Sagalevich , creator and pilot of the Mir submersibles.
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^ In a case of life influencing art, Dr. Anatoly M. Sagalevitch, program director of the Institute that operates the Keldysh and the Mirs, was cast in a true-to-life role for the film.
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^ It was during this shoot that someone sprinkled phencyclidine (PCP) into the crew's dinner, affecting many including Cameron, and sending several dozen of them to the hospital.
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[34] .Anders Falk, who filmed a documentary about the film's sets for the Titanic Historical Society, cameoed in the film as a Swedish immigrant who Jack Dawson meets when he enters his cabin.^ Anders Falk, who filmed a documentary about the film's sets for the Titanic Historical Society , cameoed in the film as a Swedish immigrant who Jack Dawson meets when he enters his cabin, and Ed and Karen Kamuda, then President and Vice President of the Society, were extras on the film.
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^ Cameron, who's been gone for 11 years finally coming up for air shooting documentaries on titanic, his last movie right?
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^ But our society is not set up to encourage that sort of balance -- it more likely uses up those who care.
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.Ed and Karen Kamuda, then President and Vice President of the Society, were extras on the film.^ Anders Falk, who filmed a documentary about the film's sets for the Titanic Historical Society , cameoed in the film as a Swedish immigrant who Jack Dawson meets when he enters his cabin, and Ed and Karen Kamuda, then President and Vice President of the Society, were extras on the film.
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[35]

Production

Writing and inspiration

."The story could not have been written better...The juxtaposition of rich and poor, the gender roles played out unto death (women first), the stoicism and nobility of a bygone age, the magnificence of the great ship matched in scale only by the folly of the men who drove her hell-bent through the darkness.^ "The story could not have been written better...The juxtaposition of rich and poor, the gender roles played out unto death (women first), the stoicism and nobility of a bygone age, the magnificence of the great ship matched in scale only by the folly of the men who drove her hell-bent through the darkness.
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^ I know I'm indirectly writing some humor here at the expense of likely some poor women who worked at that bar in Illinois, topless or not, as well as many women and some men who have ended up unhappy in much worse situations.
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^ There was also a 65-foot (20 m) long model of the ship's stern that could break in two repeatedly, the only miniature to be used in water.
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.And above all the lesson: that life is uncertain, the future unknowable .^ And above all the lesson: that life is uncertain, the future unknowable .
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. . the unthinkable possible."
— James Cameron[36]
.James Cameron was fascinated by shipwrecks, especially the RMS Titanic, and wrote a treatment for the film.^ James Cameron was fascinated by shipwrecks , including the RMS Titanic , and wrote a treatment for a film.
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^ RMS Titanic on film and TV .
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^ Films directed by James Cameron .
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[37] .He said he made Titanic "because [he] wanted to dive to the shipwreck, not because [he] particularly wanted to make the movie".[38][39][40] He said that the Titanic was "the Mount Everest of shipwrecks" and he, as a diver, wanted to tell the story right.^ It has all the right things to make it the movie that it was.
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^ The book A Night to Remember, was made into a movie in 1958 and was also transformed into Titanic: The Musical, with a book by Peter Stone and music and lyrics by Maury Yeston.
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^ The more hype they put on a movie makes me want to see it even less.
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."When I learned some other guys had dived to the Titanic to make an IMAX movie, I said, 'I’ll make a Hollywood movie to pay for an expedition and do the same thing.'^ It has all the right things to make it the movie that it was.
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^ I think some of you guys should be the accountants for these movie companies.
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^ Recent expeditions, notably by James Cameron, have been diving on the wreck to learn more about the site and explore previously unexplored parts of the ship before Titanic decays completely.
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I loved that first taste, and I wanted more," stated Cameron. ."Titanic was about 'fuck you' money.^ CAL You can be blase about some things, Rose, but not about Titanic.
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^ The Titanic has always fascinated me and this lens has everything you would want to know about the Titanic.
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.It came along at a point in my life when I said, 'I can make movies until I’m 80, but I can’t do expedition stuff when I’m 80.'" Cameron's father had been an engineer.^ AM batman begins wasnt the best superhero movie ever made, it kinda sucked in my opinion You should have been here when it came out.
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^ With all that said, what makes sense for us as individuals may not make sense for us as a society, otherwise my family would not have a private library approaching 5000 books.
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^ "That's exactly my point," said the Quaker, who put on his coat and left.
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."I had studied to be an engineer and had a mental restlessness to live the life I had turned my back on when I switched from the sciences to the arts in college," said Cameron.^ And so, hopefully, my child may always be comfortable with vegetarian cuisine, which will also provide more flexibility in life later for frugal living.
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^ JACK Time for my coach to turn back into a pumpkin.
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^ Trudy) Go back and turn the heater on in my room, so it won't be too cold when we get back.
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[38]
.He described the sinking of the Titanic as "like a great novel that really happened". Yet, over time he felt that the event had become a mere morality tale, and described making the film as putting the audience in an experience of living history.^ He described the sinking of the Titanic as "like a great novel that really happened".
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^ The sinking of Titanic has been the basis for many novels describing fictionalised events on board the ship.
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^ Yet, over time he felt that the event had become a mere morality tale , and described making the film as putting the audience in an experience of living history.
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[36] .Cameron described a love story as the most engaging part of a story.^ Cameron described a love story as the most engaging part of a story.
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^ It's James Cameron who is heartless because he feels the urge to romanticize a tragedy by adding in a superficial love story!
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.As the likable Jack and Rose had their love blossom and eventually destroyed, the audience would mourn the loss.^ ROSE I love you Jack.
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^ As the likable Jack and Rose had their love blossom and eventually destroyed, the audience would mourn the loss.
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^ After Rose is on the boat and out of earshot, Cal admits that there was an arrangement, but he would not use it to help Jack.
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[36] .Cameron said, "All my films are love stories, but in Titanic I finally got the balance right.^ "After all the years and all my films," Stuart smiles, "this one is the frosting on the cake."
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^ As one doctor said about my mom not having major diabetic complications during all that time, "You can't pay for that kind of care".
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^ Cameron, who's been gone for 11 years finally coming up for air shooting documentaries on titanic, his last movie right?
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It's not a disaster film. .It's a love story with a fastidious overlay of real history."^ It gives you insight into the real Titanic and sinking, whilst combining it with a beautiful love story that left me in tears.
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^ He envisioned the love story as a means to engage the audience with the real-life tragedy.
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^ The main characters and the central love story are fictional, but some characters (such as members of the ship's passengers and crew) are based on real historical figures.
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[20] .Lastly, Cameron created a modern framing of the romance with an elderly Rose, making the history palpable and poignant.^ Lastly, Cameron created a modern framing of the romance with an elderly Rose, making the history palpable and poignant.
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^ Gloria Stuart plays the elderly Rose, who narrates the film in a modern day framing device .
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^ I hope that Rose and Jack's relationship will be a kind of emotional lightning rod, if you will, allowing viewers to invest their minds and their hearts to make history come alive again."
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[36] .The treasure hunter Brock Lovett is meant to represent those who never connected with the human element of the tragedy.^ The treasure hunter Brock Lovett is meant to represent those who never connected with the human element of the tragedy.
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^ In 1996, treasure hunter Brock Lovett ( Bill Paxton ) and his team explore the wreck of the RMS Titanic , searching for a necklace set with a valuable blue diamond called the Heart of the Ocean .
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^ The stigma and tragedy associated with suicide makes it one of those life events that we hope never happens to us, so we avoid learning about it and preparing for its occurrence.
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[34] .Cameron wanted to honor the people who died during the sinking, and he spent six months fully researching what happened, creating a timeline of all the Titanic's crew and passengers.^ Built at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Ireland, Titanic was the largest passenger steamship in the world at the time of her sinking.
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^ T he Titanic had 28 staterooms and suites for her 1st class passengers who mingled on the Promenade deck.
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^ The filmmakers of "Titanic" spent more than five years researching the ship and the horrific details of her sudden sinking barely two hours and 40 minutes after hitting a massive iceberg.
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[36]
Cameron met with 20th Century Fox, and pitched the film as "Romeo and Juliet on the Titanic".[39][40] There was a tense pause and Cameron said, "Also, fellas, it's a period piece, it's going to cost $150,000,000 and there's not going to be a sequel." Peter Chernin was among the cadre of studio executives. .Cameron said, "They were like, 'Oooooohkaaaaaay – a three-hour romantic epic?^ And when you consider that it tops a bum-numbing three-hour running time, then you have a truly impressive feat of entertainment achieved by Cameron."
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^ With her story Rose has put them on Titanic in its final hours, and or the first time, they do feel like graverobbers.
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^ We will still need all three of these things 25 years from now, and we're likely to be seriously wanting in at least two of them if things continue as they are.
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Sure, that's just what we want. Is there a little bit of Terminator in that? Any Harrier jets, shoot-outs, or car chases?' I said, 'No, no, no. It's not like that.'"[14] Fox was dubious about the idea's commercial prospects. .Wanting a long term relationship with Cameron, however, they gave him a greenlight.^ As long as investors think in terms of private gain, not public gain, they will emphasize investments that can be the best guarded, not investments that maximize social returns they do not see on their balance sheet.
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^ Cameron is a damn visionary in Hollywood, and there's a reason why he can practically do whatever the f**k he wants to do, with however much he wishes to spend.
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[14][15][20] .Cameron convinced them to make a film based on the publicity afforded by shooting the wreck itself,[37] and organized a dive to the wreck of the Titanic over two years.^ He met with 20th Century Fox , and convinced them to make a film based on the publicity afforded by shooting the wreck itself [ 18 ] and organized a dive to the wreck of the Titanic over two years.
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^ I don't think there's a film on the horizon that will do that - Indy IV could make a billion, and Cameron's next, Avatar, will probably do huge business, but give it another decade and we'll see a genuine rival to Titanic's haul.
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^ Recent expeditions, notably by James Cameron, have been diving on the wreck to learn more about the site and explore previously unexplored parts of the ship before Titanic decays completely.
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[36] "My pitch on that had to be a little more detailed," said Cameron. ."So I said, ‘Look, we’ve got to do this whole opening where they’re exploring the Titanic and they find the diamond, so we’re going to have all these shots of the ship."^ All these myths are starting to fall apart in the internet age -- if they ever were true to begin with.
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^ "People" accidentally reversed the negative when they printed this shot, so I've switched it back.

^ Are these free-to-the-user informational products and services all there is to be on the internet or are they the tip of a metaphorical iceberg of free stuff and free services that is heading our way?
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Cameron stated, "Now we can either do them with elaborate models and motion control shots and CG and all that, which will cost X amount of money – or we can spend X plus 30 per cent and actually go shoot it at the real wreck."[39]
.The crew shot in the Atlantic Ocean twelve times in 1995, shooting during eleven of those occasions, and actually spent more time with the ship than its passengers.^ Although the British inquiry had determined mathematically that the damage to the ship could not have comprised more than twelve square feet, the popular notion was that the iceberg had cut a 300 feet (90 m) long gash into Titanic's hull.
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^ I could have stayed there the entire time in my own room but the dorms sounded more interesting than hanging out with my sister.
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^ Here's where we find out if the time, the sweat, the money spent to charter this ship and these subs, to come out here to the middle of the North Atlantic...
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.At that depth, the water pressure is 6,000 pounds per square inch.^ The pressure is three tons per square inch, enough to crush us like a freight train going over an ant if our hull fails.
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."One small flaw in the vessel's superstructure would mean instant death for all on board."^ Of course there is one obvious flaw in all this -- how can Princeton continue to be selective if it makes a commitment to be inclusive?
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^ This is not to suggest, as colleges go, PU is not one of the better ones, even with all its conceptual flaws.
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^ All that would have happened would have been another senseless death in an already unbelievably horrible disaster.
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.Not only were all the dives high-risk, but various conditions prevented Cameron from getting the high quality of footage that he wanted.^ So, say for energy, with free labor, you only need the other categories to make more energy producing equipment, at which point you have all the free energy you want.
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^ On the last two dives, shots were taken by sending a remotely operated vehicle into the wreck; James Cameron had intended using this device only as a prop.
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^ If you want a movie were the budget was ridiculously high but the movie itself did not show exactly how it all got spent, try Spider-man 3.
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[15] After getting the underwater shots, he began writing a screenplay.[37]
.Cameron said that diving to the wreck made him and his crew want "to live up to that level of reality" from that point on.^ The biggest civilian maritime disaster in the Atlantic Ocean up to that time had been the wreck of SS Norge off Rockall in 1904 with the loss of 635 lives.
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^ Production of the film began in 1995, when Cameron shot footage of the real wreck of the RMS Titanic .
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^ I liked him in the movie, don't get me wrong, but I thought Crowe really gave a performance that made me stand up and take notice of a talent.
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."But there was another level of reaction coming away from the real wreck, which was that it wasn't just a story, it wasn't just a drama," he said.^ And I realized, there can be a lot of human worth in just waiting with someone -- just waiting for the bus together, even if only one person is going on a trip just then.
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^ You are probably just JEALOUS JEALOUS! And another thing I would like to see you say all those things you said to Leonardo's face!
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^ Alot of ppl have eventually come to realize this just like you and everyone else will with TDK. It just takes a little time for the initial high to wear off.
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."It was an event that happened to real people who really died.^ Cameron wanted to honor the people who died during the sinking, and he spent six months fully researching what happened, creating a timeline of all the Titanic' s crew and passengers.
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^ She refuses to see teenagers as accidents waiting to happen, as people who, under the influence of peers and hormones, lose all recourse to reason.
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^ Just thinking about the sinking and all the people who died brings tears to my eyes.
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.Working around the wreck for so much time, you get such a strong sense of the profound sadness and injustice of it, and the message of it."^ Ultimately, as sad and tragic as extreme incidents are, people die all the time around universities for all sorts of reasons, usually accidents or addictions or health issues.
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^ And maybe, on reflection decades later, seeing him spend so much time at "Defender" was another reason I did not make a new version of the game I wrote, and in that sense he helped save me from a career writing such things?
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^ That and the fact that, the further back in time you go with such things, the less certain you can be about the veracity of the numbers.
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.Cameron stated, "You think, 'There probably aren't going to be many filmmakers who go to Titanic. There may never be another one – maybe a documentarian."^ There you go.
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^ I don't think there's a film on the horizon that will do that - Indy IV could make a billion, and Cameron's next, Avatar, will probably do huge business, but give it another decade and we'll see a genuine rival to Titanic's haul.
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^ I believe the tale of the Titanic will never fade, even as history takes those who survived that night (one survivor remains alive) the story itself is far too big for anyone to let go.
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Because of this, he felt that it "sort of [became] a great mantle of responsibility to convey the emotional message of it – to do that part of it right, too".[20]

Filming

.The modern day scenes of the expedition were shot on the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh in July 1996.[34] Principal photography for Titanic began in September 1996 at the newly-built Fox Baja Studios.^ The reconstruction of the RMS Titanic The modern day scenes were shot on the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh in July 1996.
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^ Principal photography for Titanic began in September 1996 at the newly-built Fox Baja Studios.
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^ Fox acquired 40 acres (16 ha) of waterfront south of Playas de Rosarito in Mexico , and began building a new studio on May 31, 1996.
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[34] .The scenes on the poop deck were built on a hinge which could rise from zero to ninety degrees in a few seconds as the ship's stern rose during sinking.^ ROSE Could it have damaged the ship?
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^ CUT TO: 307 EXT. KELDYSH STERN DECK Rose walks through the shadows of the deck machinery.
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^ CUT TO: 66 EXT. POOP DECK - NIGHT A few minutes later.
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[41] For the safety of the stuntmen, many props were made of foam rubber.[42] By November 15, they were shooting the boarding scenes.[41] .Cameron chose to build his RMS Titanic on the starboard side as a study of weather data showed prevailing north-to-south wind that blew the funnel smoke aft.^ Cameron chose to build his RMS Titanic on the starboard side as a study of weather data showed prevailing north-to-south wind that blew the funnel smoke aft .
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^ James Cameron was fascinated by shipwrecks , including the RMS Titanic , and wrote a treatment for a film.
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^ Production of the film began in 1995, when Cameron shot footage of the real wreck of the RMS Titanic .
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This posed a problem for shooting the ship's departure from Southampton, as it was docked on its port side. .Writing on props and costumes had to be reversed, and if someone walked to their right in the script, they had to walk left.^ I liked Ray and Walk the Line, and they deserved their nominations, but they left their subjects as pretty much flawed saints.
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.In post-production, the film was flipped to the correct direction.^ In post-production, the film was flipped to the correct direction.
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^ The film was originally to be released on July 2, 1997, but post-production delays pushed back the film's release to December 19, 1997.
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[43]
.
Close-up drawing of nude Rose, wearing the Heart of the Ocean.
^ However, after witnessing a woman encouraging her seven-year-old daughter to behave like a "proper lady" at tea, Rose defies him and her mother, asking Jack to sketch her nude and wearing only the Heart of the Ocean , an engagement present from Cal.
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^ Rose then reveals that she had the Heart of the Ocean diamond all along, but never sold it, as it reminded her of Cal too much.
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^ When Cal runs out of ammunition, he realizes he left the Heart of the Ocean in Rose's overcoat.
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As one of the more romantic scenes within the film, Cameron drew the portrait himself.
.Cameron sketched the portrait of nude Rose, the piece depicted within the film as having been drawn by Jack.^ Liam Tuohy as Chief Baker Charles Joughin : The baker appears in the film on top of the railing with Jack and Rose as the ship went down for the final plunge.
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^ Bernard Fox as Colonel Archibald Gracie IV : The film depicts Gracie making a comment to Cal that "women and machinery don't mix", and congratulating Jack for saving Rose from falling off the ship (he is unaware it was a suicide attempt).
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^ The film depicts Astor and his 18-year-old wife Madeleine as being introduced to Jack by Rose in the first-class dining saloon.
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[13][14] Cameron said repression is the backdrop of the scene. ."You know what it means for her, the freedom she must be feeling.^ Still, I think "federated learning communities", while a vast improvement over what we have now, may ultimately be a bit like rearranging deck chairs, if you know what I mean?
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^ Learn to at least spell it correctly if you feel you must use it.
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^ You use that word, pretentious, I don't think you know what it means.
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It's kind of exhilarating for that reason," he said.[20] The nude scene was DiCaprio and Winslet's first scene together. "It wasn't by any kind of design, although I couldn't have designed it better. There's a nervousness and an energy and a hesitance in them," Cameron stated. "They had rehearsed together, but they hadn't shot anything together. .If I'd had a choice, I probably would have preferred to put it deeper into the body of the shoot."^ Murdoch SHOOTS the first man, and seeing Tommy coming forward, puts a bullet into his chest.
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^ And a focus on guns would also miss the chance to see the deeper roots of incidents all the way down into the K-12 schooling process which universities are codependant with.
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^ They probably would not even have time to read this essay, let alone rewrite it into something succinct and effective (as I do not at the moment, unfortunately).
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.He said he and his crew "were just trying to find things to shoot" because the big set was not yet ready.^ You are probably just JEALOUS JEALOUS! And another thing I would like to see you say all those things you said to Leonardo's face!
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^ "Titanic" Quotes The most important thing about Titanic: Titanic Passenger & Crew List Encyclopedia Titanica News Vote For This Lens Said to be THE ONE! What exactly is an Iceberg?
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."It wasn't ready for months, so we were scrambling around trying to fill in anything we could get to shoot."^ Three boys, shrieking and shouting, are scrambling around chasing a rat under the benches, trying to whomp it with a shoe and causing general havoc.
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.After seeing the scene on film, Cameron felt it worked out considerably well.^ James Cameron might direct schlock action films, but he directs them so well that you don't care they're schlock.
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^ The test audiences disliked this scene, saying it would be unrealistic to risk one's life for wealth, and Cameron cut it for this reason, as well as for timing and pacing reasons.
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^ I'm not sure how many days they filmed in LA, and how that all works out with the city and such as far as a dollar amount.
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[20]
.Other moments on the set did not work out as smoothly.^ Often, we assume that working toward a goal and setting standards for ourselves can only take place if we compete against others.
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^ I thought Singer did very well with the budget he had to work with, which let's face it, isn't near as high as many of the other big films at the time.
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^ And she and others there like Blair Dewey set good examples of work/life balance and a humorous approach to life.
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.Filming Titanic was an arduous experience for all involved.^ Filming Titanic was an arduous experience for all involved.
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^ I think Titanic is a wonderful film and it makes you feel sad when you think all of this happened in real life.
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.The making of the film "cemented Cameron’s formidable reputation as 'the scariest man in Hollywood'. He became known as an uncompromising, hard-charging perfectionist" and "300- decibel screamer, a modern-day Captain Bligh with a megaphone and walkie-talkie, swooping down into people’s faces on a 162ft crane".[44] Winslet stated, "God damn it!^ James Cameron don't detract from a very simple face - Titanic is an awful film.
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^ He rips the shawl off, and finds himself staring into the face of a man.
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^ Gloria Stuart plays the elderly Rose, who narrates the film in a modern day framing device .
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he would yell at some poor crew member. That’s exactly what I didn’t want!"[44] .Winslet chipped a bone in her elbow during filming, and had been worried that she would drown in the 17m-gallon water tank the ship was to be sunk in.^ After almost drowning, chipping an elbow bone, and getting the flu, Winslet decided she would not work with Cameron again unless she earned "a lot of money".
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^ Titanic had a double-bottom hull, containing 44 tanks for boiler water and ballast to keep the ship safely balanced at sea[4] (later ships also had a double-walled hull).
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^ An enclosed 5,000,000-US-gallon (19,000,000 l) tank was used for sinking interiors, in which the entire set could be tilted into the water.
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"There were times when I was genuinely frightened of him. .Jim has a temper like you wouldn’t believe," she said.^ You are probably just JEALOUS JEALOUS! And another thing I would like to see you say all those things you said to Leonardo's face!
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[44] .Co-star Bill Paxton was familiar with Cameron's work ethics; he had already acted in a number of Cameron-related films.^ Authors of derivative works must spend time researching whether a work is already in the public domain, or locating all the related rights holders if it is not.
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^ Titanic is a 1997 American romantic drama film directed, written, co-produced and co-edited by James Cameron based on the sinking of the RMS Titanic .
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^ But that doesn't and shouldn't matter to Cameron or others who worked on the film because they know how hard they worked and they know what an amazing job they did.
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."There were a lot of disgruntled people on the set.^ Excel 07-20-2008, 10:46 PM there was hardly any cgi in the movie, and not a lot of big expensive set pieces/toys/etc....
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.Jim is not one of those guys who has the time to win hearts and minds," he said.^ I'm one of those who thinks it's ridiculous how the Oscars overlook comedic performances, with the exception of quirkly Johnny Depp characters.
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^ Pollack, to me, was one of those rare biopics that actually took the time to explore everything and didn't become preachy.
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^ I'd even also maybe dedicate it to my graduate advisor, who was brave to take a chance on me a couple of times, and who I still think is an overall good guy with great plans for making the world a better place one car at a time.
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[44] Crews felt Cameron had an evil alter ego, and nicknamed him "Mij" (Jim spelt backwards).[44] .In response to the criticism, Cameron stated, "Film-making is war.^ But, none of that really mattered - in some ways the film is beyond criticism, in the same way The Great Escape is beyond criticism, or Star Wars.
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A great battle between business and aesthetics."[44]
.During shooting on the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh, a disgruntled crew member put the hallucinogen PCP into the soup that Cameron and others ate one night, which sent more than 50 people to the hospital.^ Some are more problematical than others.
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^ Several crew members of the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh appear in the film, including Anatoly Sagalevich , creator and pilot of the Mir submersibles.
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^ Instead, people will be able to follow a "third path," one that allows them to integrate work with other life priorities.
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."There were people just rolling around, completely out of it.^ With six million millionaire families in just the USA, there are plenty of people who could afford to pay that as a gift to their child and the world.
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^ In one case, the evidence has always been there to show how a particular person behaved or did not behave, but people just seem not to want to pay heed to it.
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^ "My fantasy is a world where there are two kinds of people -- ones who like to stay home and care for children and ones who like to go out and have a career," she says.
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.Some of them said they were seeing streaks and psychedelics," said actor Lewis Abernathy.^ Instead, let us take some fundamentals and see what they look like when viewed by a modern economist and a Buddhist economist.
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^ PM I didnt see it mentioned but Nolen said in some interview (cant find the link now) that filming in IMAX double production costs.
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[14] Cameron managed to vomit before the drug took a full hold. Abernathy was shocked at the way he looked. "One eye was completely red, like the Terminator eye. A pupil, no iris, beet red. .The other eye looked like he’d been sniffing glue since he was four."^ She looks like a refugee, her matted hair hanging in her eyes.
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^ One is ahead of the other, and passes close enough to FILL FRAME, looking like a spacecraft blazing with lights, bristling with insectile manipulators.
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^ (Although, it looks like even the Presbyterians could not get along with each other sometimes, splitting, then reuniting, etc.
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[14][44] .The person behind the poisoning was never caught.^ The person behind the prank was never caught.
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[45][46]
.The filming schedule was intended to last 138 days but grew to 160. Many cast members came down with colds, flu, or kidney infections after spending hours in cold water, including Winslet.^ The schedule was intended to last 138 days but grew to 160—twenty days shy of six months.
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^ Many cast members came down with colds, flu , or kidney infections after spending hours in cold water, including Kate Winslet .
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^ I'm not sure how many days they filmed in LA, and how that all works out with the city and such as far as a dollar amount.
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.After dealing with fears of drowning, chipping an elbow bone, and getting the flu, she decided she would not work with Cameron again unless she earned "a lot of money".[45] Several others left and three stuntmen broke their bones, but the Screen Actors Guild decided, following an investigation, that nothing was inherently unsafe about the set.^ Ideally though, work around campus would be arranged to be done on a voluntary basis and that would be disconnected from money.
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^ The fundamental thing so much of academia is about now remains deciding who gets the scholarships and grants.
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^ Imagine what would be possible if most of the people on campus at Princeton University and all the alumni decided to think about these issues too.
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[45] .Additionally, DiCaprio said there was no point when he felt he was in danger during filming.^ It is a dire film, there's no doubting it.
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^ If there had been a narrator other than the old rose telling her experience the movie would have had no point.
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^ My point is that there are some films where none of this seems to matter.
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[47] Cameron believed in passionate work ethic and never apologized for the way he ran his sets, although he acknowledged:
.I'm demanding, and I'm demanding on my crew.^ "I'm demanding, and I'm demanding on my crew.
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.In terms of being kind of militaresque, I think there's an element of that in dealing with thousands of extras and big logistics and keeping people safe.^ In terms of being kind of militaresque, I think there's an element of that in dealing with thousands of extras and big logistics and keeping people safe.
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^ "My fantasy is a world where there are two kinds of people -- ones who like to stay home and care for children and ones who like to go out and have a career," she says.
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^ I think you have to have a fairly strict methodology in dealing with a large number of people."
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.I think you have to have a fairly strict methodology in dealing with a large number of people.^ I think you have to have a fairly strict methodology in dealing with a large number of people."
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^ And I'm sure if you looked, you'd find people of many faiths thinking about related things to find a way forward compatible with their deepest ethics.
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^ In terms of being kind of militaresque, I think there's an element of that in dealing with thousands of extras and big logistics and keeping people safe.
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[45]
.The costs of filming Titanic eventually began to amount, and finally reached US$200 million.^ As far as I can tell only 2 films have cost 200 million to make, T3 and SM2 .
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^ The fact they he's only going to spend 200 million to shoot something in a brand new technology tells you that new films are costing way too much money for no apparent reason while offering less.
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^ Furthermore the trip to Hong Kong would have cost a significant amount, with transportation and filming costs.
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[3][4][5][6] Fox executives panicked, and suggested an hour of specific cuts from the three-hour film. .They argued the extended length would mean less showings, thus less money even though long epics are more likely to help directors win Oscars.^ What sort of skills can PU help someone like that learn to be an even better collaborator on free projects?
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^ A long time ago Woody Allen made some great movies and Allen at his best is a bit more deserving of an Oscar than Lucas at his best.
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^ Libaax 02-10-2008, 11:24 AM Be that as it may, I'd say Clint Eastwood alone validates the concept of actors-turned-Oscar-winning-directors.
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Cameron refused Fox. ."You want to cut my movie?^ AM batman begins wasnt the best superhero movie ever made, it kinda sucked in my opinion You should have been here when it came out.
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^ Jimmy boy is at and you got cut out the movie right?
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^ If you want a movie were the budget was ridiculously high but the movie itself did not show exactly how it all got spent, try Spider-man 3.
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.You're going to have to fire me!^ You're going the wrong way!
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^ JACK You're going to get out of this...
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^ An example where he misses that is when he says: "If you're going to be giving things away for free, you're going to have to find some system to finance them, and that's where government support typically comes in."
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You want to fire me? .You're going to have to kill me!"^ An example where he misses that is when he says: "If you're going to be giving things away for free, you're going to have to find some system to finance them, and that's where government support typically comes in."
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^ Just set up an account and you're good to go.
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^ Because free is what you want — and free, increasingly, is what you're going to get.
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he said.[14] .The executives did not want to start over, because it would mean the loss of their entire investment, but they also initially rejected Cameron's offer of forfeiting his share of the profits as an empty gesture; they felt that profits would be unlikely.^ Jobs paying $50,000 a year or more have twice the share of the job-loss rate than that they did in the 1980s.
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^ Little did they know how (mostly) accurate the film would turn out to be, in addition to its legacy.
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^ Her parents did not want her to go to SUNY SB as they thought her friend a year ahead was a bad influence.
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[14] Cameron explained forfeiting his share as complex. ."...the short version is that the film cost proportionally much more than T2 and True Lies. Those films went up seven or eight percent from the initial budget.^ Actors and marketing typically cost more that the production budget of any film.
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^ And film would cost waaaaaaaay more.
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^ The cast couldn't have been much more than that of Transformers...
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.Titanic also had a large budget to begin with, but it went up a lot more," said Cameron.^ That because a lot of hard work went into it, Titanic must be good.
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"As the producer and director, I take responsibility for the studio that's writing the checks, so I made it less painful for them. I did that on two different occasions. They didn't force me to do it; they were glad that I did."[20]

Design

The reconstruction of the RMS Titanic
.Harland and Wolff, the RMS Titanic's builders, opened their private archives to the crew, sharing blueprints that were thought lost.^ Harland and Wolff , the RMS Titanic' s builders, opened their private archives to the crew, sharing blueprints that were thought lost.
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^ Pictured examples include two ships then under construction in the Harland and Wolff Shipyard: the Olympic and the Titanic.
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^ The passengers, officers and crew of the RMS Titanic smile and applaud in the utter silence of the abyss.
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.For the ship's interiors, production designer Peter Lamont's team looked for artifacts from the era, though the newness of the ship meant every prop had to be made from scratch.^ For the ship's interiors, production designer Peter Lamont 's team looked for artifacts from the era, though the newness of the ship meant every prop had to be made from scratch.
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^ Every story boarder, production artist, prop maker, stage setter, light rigger and so on needs to be paid for months of service.
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^ At this time three separate and mutually reinforcing revolutions are taking place: The Cybernation Revolution: A new era of production has begun.
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[48] .Fox acquired 40 acres (16 ha) of waterfront south of Playas de Rosarito in Mexico, and began building a new studio on May 31, 1996. A seventeen-million-gallon tank was built for the exterior of the reconstructed ship, providing 270 degrees of ocean view.^ Fox acquired 40 acres (16 ha) of waterfront south of Playas de Rosarito in Mexico , and began building a new studio on May 31, 1996.
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^ A seventeen-million-gallon tank was built for the exterior of the reconstructed ship, providing 270 degrees of ocean view.
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^ The ship was built to full scale, but Lamont removed redundant sections on the superstructure and forward well deck for the ship to fit in the tank, with the remaining sections filled with digital models.
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.The ship was built to full scale, but Lamont removed redundant sections on the superstructure and forward well deck for the ship to fit in the tank, with the remaining sections filled with digital models.^ The ship was built to full scale, but Lamont removed redundant sections on the superstructure and forward well deck for the ship to fit in the tank, with the remaining sections filled with digital models.
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^ They enter William Carter's Renault and proceed to make love , before moving to the ship's forward well deck.
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^ A seventeen-million-gallon tank was built for the exterior of the reconstructed ship, providing 270 degrees of ocean view.
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.The lifeboats and funnels were shrunk by ten percent.^ The lifeboats and funnels were shrunk by ten percent.
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.The boat deck and A-deck were working sets, but the rest of the ship was just steel plating.^ The boat deck and A-deck were working sets, but the rest of the ship was just steel plating.
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^ CUT TO: 272 EXT. BOAT DECK Near the third funnel a man clutches the ship's rail.
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^ CAL (slapping the side of a boat) Waste of deck space as it is, on an unsinkable ship!
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.Within was a fifty-foot lifting platform for the ship to tilt during the sinking sequences.^ Within was a fifty-foot lifting platform for the ship to tilt during the sinking sequences.
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^ The funnel sinks, disappearing, but-- Hundreds of tons of water pour down through the 30 foot hole where the funnel stood, thundering down into the belly of the ship.
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^ Tommy is shot dead by First Officer Murdoch during the sinking of the ship, after he is shoved during the chaos on deck.
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.Towering above was a 162 feet (49 m) tall tower crane on 600 feet (180 m) of railtrack, acting as a combined construction, lighting, and camera platform.^ Towering above was a 162 feet (49 m) tall tower crane on 600 feet (180 m) of railtrack , acting as a combined construction, lighting, and camera platform.
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[34]
Cameron paid meticulous attention to detail. "I read everything I could. ."I created an extremely detailed timeline of the ship’s few days and a very detailed timeline of the last night of its life," he said.^ Ultimately, a journey into the dark night will reshape the very meaning of your life.
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^ He dies during the sinking and is last seen clinging onto the deck rail for dear life as the ship splits apart beneath him.
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[39] "And I worked within that to write the script, and I got some historical experts to analyze what I’d written and comment on it, and I adjusted it."[39] .Cameron said when they started the production, they had "a very clear picture" of what happened on the ship that night.^ They join in with Hartley, filling out the sound so that it reaches all over the ship on this still night.
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^ He and others on his ship said that this was the "only berg" in the vicinity and they found debris and bodies floating relatively near to it.
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^ That was the part about the murder mystery, except, as I said at the start, it isn't very funny.
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."I had a library that filled one whole wall of my writing office with Titanic stuff, because I wanted it to be right, especially if we were going to dive to the ship," he said.^ I used to have it up on a wall at home by my personal library as a sort of "diploma" from the PU graduate school.
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^ If you are going to have prisons, at least they should be well-run ones, right?
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^ "My fantasy is a world where there are two kinds of people -- ones who like to stay home and care for children and ones who like to go out and have a career," she says.
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"That set the bar higher in a way – it elevated the movie in a sense. .We wanted this to be a definitive visualization of this moment in history as if you’d gone back in a time machine and shot it."^ Machines called replicators can produce absolutely anything you want, so the economics of inequity are gone.
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^ You might want the container to keep a visual record of whoever accesses it.
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^ That and the fact that, the further back in time you go with such things, the less certain you can be about the veracity of the numbers.
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[39]
.A full time etiquette coach was hired to instruct the cast on 1912 manners among the upper class gentility.^ There exists a network of nonprofit organizations through which members of the upper class and hired corporate leaders not yet in the upper class shape policy debates in the United States.
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[15] .(Despite this, several critics picked up on the anachronisms in Cameron's script, not least involving the two main stars.^ After playing it several times, Cameron declared its approval, although worried that he would have been criticized for "going commercial at the end of the movie".
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)[49][50][51] .The sets representing the interior rooms of the Titanic were reproduced exactly as originally built, using photographs and plans from the Titanic's builders.^ An enclosed 5,000,000-US-gallon (19,000,000 l) tank was used for sinking interiors, in which the entire set could be tilted into the water.
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^ Want to buy a model built from the original Titanic plans from Harland & Wolff?
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^ Twenty-four historic photographs and paintings of the Titanic and related subjects are reproduced as glossy black and white postcards, printed four to a page and perforated.
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."The liner's 1st class staircase, which figures prominently in the script was constructed out of real wood and actually destroyed in the filming of the sinking."^ Somebody (10 out of 10 ) I really enjoyed the start of the movie where they show you the actual ship.
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^ Turns out that figure of $600 million may be over-inflated in reality, but I guess it's a toss-up between those two (OK, I'll stop now).
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^ After realizing that she cannot leave Jack, Rose jumps back on the ship and reunites with him in the ship's first-class staircase.
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.The rooms, the carpeting, design and colors, individual pieces of furniture, decorations, chairs, wall paneling, cutlery and crockery with the White Star Line crest on each piece, completed ceilings, and costumes were among the designs true to the originals.^ JACK I don't know about you, but I intend to write a strongly worded letter to the White Star Line about all this.
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^ He encouraged them to shoot their 45-foot (14 m) long miniature of the ship as if "we're making a commercial for the White Star Line ".
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^ A WHITE STAR LINE PORTER scurries toward them, harried by last minute loading.
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Cameron additionally hired two Titanic historians, Don Lynch and Ken Marschall, to authenticate the historical detail in the film.[15] .After shooting the sinking scenes, the ship was then dismantled and sold for scrap metal to cover budgetary costs.^ After shooting the sinking scenes, the ship was then dismantled and sold for scrap metal to cover budgetary costs.
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^ The scenes on the poop deck were built on a hinge which could rise from zero to ninety degrees in a few seconds as the ship's stern rose during sinking.
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[52]
.There was one "crucial historical fact" Cameron chose to omit – the ship that was close to the Titanic, but had turned off its radio for the night and did not hear their SOS calls.^ ROSE Titanic was called the Ship of Dreams.
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^ In reality, Astor died after being crushed when one of the ship's funnels collapsed and Madeleine survived in one of the last boats to leave the Titanic, but her survival is not shown on camera.
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^ Jack's voice comes faintly through the door, but there is no one to hear it.
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"Yes, the [SS] Californian. That wasn't a compromise to mainstream filmmaking. .That was really more about emphasis, creating an emotional truth to the film," stated Cameron.^ THat is one thing I love about Nolans films, it feels like they are really there.
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^ Unlike depression, which is more of an emotional state, Moore calls the dark night a slow transformation process, which is fueled by a profound period of doubt, disorientation and questioning.
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^ Also, about a third of the movie is shot in IMAX which is a much more expensive camera, film and operating system that they had to create for this sort of thing.
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.He said there were aspects of retelling the sinking that seemed important in pre- and post-production, but turned out to be less important as the film evolved.^ Little did they know how (mostly) accurate the film would turn out to be, in addition to its legacy.
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^ The film was originally to be released on July 2, 1997, but post-production delays pushed back the film's release to December 19, 1997.
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^ Location shooting was an important aspect of this film, so that didn't go to waste.
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."The story of the Californian was in there; we even shot a scene of them switching off their Marconi radio set," said Cameron.^ He said there were 700 CG shots...
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^ There's one scene of a topless woman as she poses for a painting and shots of that painting, as well as a few other nude drawings.

^ For scenes set in the ship's engines, footage of the SS Jeremiah O'Brien 's engines were composited with miniature support frames and actors shot against greenscreen .
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"But I took it out. .It was a clean cut, because it focuses you back onto that world.^ Can you say out of this ****ing world, because they must have been!
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If Titanic is powerful as a metaphor, as a microcosm, for the end of the world in a sense, then that world must be self-contained."[20]

Effects

.Cameron wanted to push the boundary of special effects with his film, and enlisted Digital Domain to continue the breakthroughs on digital technology the director pioneered on The Abyss and Terminator 2: Judgment Day.^ Cameron wanted to push the boundary of special effects with his film, and enlisted Digital Domain to continue the breakthroughs on digital technology the director pioneered on The Abyss and Terminator 2: Judgment Day .
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^ Like most of Cameron's movies, the romantic relationship led by a strong central female character are the heart of the film, while the action and special effects are what draw in equal numbers of women and men.

^ The movie "The Day After" came out when I was at PU (a PU prof helped with the special effects).
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.Previous films about the RMS Titanic shot water in slow motion, which did not look wholly convincing.^ What did you think about Titanic ?

^ RMS Titanic on film and TV .
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^ Previous films about the RMS Titanic shot water in slow motion , which did not look wholly convincing.
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[53] .He encouraged them to shoot their 45-foot (14 m) long miniature of the ship as if "we're making a commercial for the White Star Line".[54] Afterward, digital water and smoke were added, as were extras captured on a motion capture stage.^ He encouraged them to shoot their 45-foot (14 m) long miniature of the ship as if "we're making a commercial for the White Star Line ".
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^ Afterward, digital water and smoke were added, as were extras captured on a motion capture stage.
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^ The 744-foot (227 m) long exterior of the RMS Titanic had its first half lowered into the tank, but being the heaviest part of the ship meant it acted as a shock absorber against the water.
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.Visual effects supervisor Rob Legato scanned the faces of many actors, including himself and his children, for the digital extras and stuntmen.^ Visual effects supervisor Rob Legato scanned the faces of many actors, including himself and his children, for the digital extras and stuntmen.
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.There was also a 65-foot (20 m) long model of the ship's stern that could break in two repeatedly, the only miniature to be used in water.^ There was also a 65-foot (20 m) long model of the ship's stern that could break in two repeatedly, the only miniature to be used in water.
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^ There are 1,300 foot-long ships now that can carry 7,250 of them.
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^ The 744-foot (227 m) long exterior of the RMS Titanic had its first half lowered into the tank, but being the heaviest part of the ship meant it acted as a shock absorber against the water.
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[53] .For scenes set in the ship's engines, footage of the SS Jeremiah O'Brien's engines were composited with miniature support frames and actors shot against greenscreen.^ For scenes set in the ship's engines, footage of the SS Jeremiah O'Brien 's engines were composited with miniature support frames and actors shot against greenscreen .
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^ Something melts and arcing fills the engine room with nightmarish light-- CUT TO: 271 EXT. TITANIC WIDE SHOT. The lights go out all over the ship.
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[55] .To save money, the First Class Lounge was a miniature set incorporated into a greenscreen backdrop.^ To save money, the First Class Lounge was a miniature set incorporated into a greenscreen backdrop.
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^ CUT TO: 91 INT. FIRST CLASS DINING SALOON At the divine service, Captain Smith is leading a group in the hymn "Almighty Father Strong To Save."
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^ The jumpy piano rhythm of "Alexander's Ragtime Band" comes out of the first class lounge a few yards away.
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[56]
Unlike previous Titanic films, Cameron's retelling of the disaster showcased the ship breaking in half just before it sinks; the scenes were an account of the moment's most likely outcome.
.An enclosed 5,000,000 US gallons (19,000,000 l) tank was used for sinking interiors, in which the entire set could be tilted into the water.^ An enclosed 5,000,000-US-gallon (19,000,000 l) tank was used for sinking interiors, in which the entire set could be tilted into the water.
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^ To sink the Grand Staircase, ninety thousand gallons of water were dumped into the set as it was lowered into the tank.
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^ The post-sinking scenes in the freezing Atlantic were shot in a 350,000-US-gallon (1,300,000 l) tank, [ 26 ] where the frozen corpses were created by applying a powder on actors that crystallized when exposed to water, and wax was coated on hair and clothes.
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.To sink the Grand Staircase, 90,000 US gallons (340,000 l) of water was dumped into the set as it was lowered into the tank.^ CUT TO: 253 INT. BOAT DECK FOYER / GRAND STAIRCASE Water raors through the doors and windows, cascading down the stairs like a rapids.
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^ She releases him and he sinks into the black water.
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^ CUT TO: EXT. BOAT DECK / BRIDGE 242 IN A WIDE SHOT we see a wave travel up the boat deck as the bridge house sinks into the water.
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.Unexpectedly, the waterfall ripped the staircase from its steel-reinforced foundations, though no one was hurt.^ Unexpectedly, the waterfall ripped the staircase from its steel-reinforced foundations, though no one was hurt.
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^ Save Gene Hackman and Richard Harris no one in this movie was any damn good and it hurts the movie.
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.The 744-foot (227 m) long exterior of the RMS Titanic had its first half lowered into the tank, but being the heaviest part of the ship meant it acted as a shock absorber against the water.^ The 744-foot (227 m) long exterior of the RMS Titanic had its first half lowered into the tank, but being the heaviest part of the ship meant it acted as a shock absorber against the water.
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^ An enclosed 5,000,000-US-gallon (19,000,000 l) tank was used for sinking interiors, in which the entire set could be tilted into the water.
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^ In reality, Astor died after being crushed when one of the ship's funnels collapsed and Madeleine survived in one of the last boats to leave the Titanic, but her survival is not shown on camera.
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.To get the set into the water, Cameron had much of the set emptied and even smashed some of the promenade windows himself.^ To get the set into the water, Cameron had much of the set emptied and even smashed some of the promenade windows himself.
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^ An enclosed 5,000,000-US-gallon (19,000,000 l) tank was used for sinking interiors, in which the entire set could be tilted into the water.
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^ To sink the Grand Staircase, ninety thousand gallons of water were dumped into the set as it was lowered into the tank.
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.After submerging the Dining Saloon, three days were spent shooting Lovett's ROV traversing the wreck in the present.^ After submerging the Dining Saloon, three days were spent shooting Lovett's ROV traversing the wreck in the present.
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^ Bill Paxton as Brock Lovett: A treasure hunter looking for the "Heart of the Ocean" in the wreck of the RMS Titanic in the present.
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[34] .The post-sinking scenes in the freezing Atlantic were shot in a 350,000 US gallons (1,300,000 l) tank,[57] where the frozen corpses were created by applying a powder on actors that crystallized when exposed to water, and wax was coated on hair and clothes.^ The post-sinking scenes in the freezing Atlantic were shot in a 350,000-US-gallon (1,300,000 l) tank, [ 26 ] where the frozen corpses were created by applying a powder on actors that crystallized when exposed to water, and wax was coated on hair and clothes.
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^ An enclosed 5,000,000-US-gallon (19,000,000 l) tank was used for sinking interiors, in which the entire set could be tilted into the water.
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^ When Jack and Rose return to the top deck, the lifeboats have gone, and they are washed into the freezing Atlantic waters once the ship sinks.
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[48]
.The climactic scene involving the breakup of the ship just before it sinks and its final plunge to the bottom of the Atlantic, involves a tilting full-sized set, 150 extras and 100 stunt performers.^ Jonathan Evans-Jones as Wallace Hartley : The ship's bandmaster, who plays uplifting music with his colleagues on the boat deck as the ship sinks, culminating in a final, emotional performance of Nearer, My God, to Thee .
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^ After shooting the sinking scenes, the ship was then dismantled and sold for scrap metal to cover budgetary costs.
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^ An enclosed 5,000,000-US-gallon (19,000,000 l) tank was used for sinking interiors, in which the entire set could be tilted into the water.
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.Cameron criticized previous Titanic films for depicting the final plunge of the liner as sliding gracefully underwater.^ Cameron, who's been gone for 11 years finally coming up for air shooting documentaries on titanic, his last movie right?
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.He "wanted to depict it as the terrifyingly chaotic event that it really was".[15] To carry out the sequence, people needed to fall off the increasingly tilting deck, plunging hundreds of feet and bouncing off railings and propellers on the way down.^ Jack spins from the rail, running for the nearest way down to A-Deck.
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^ Sure Bryan may be off to other things, but there no doubt will be more people like him down the road.
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^ Liam Tuohy as Chief Baker Charles Joughin : The baker appears in the film on top of the railing with Jack and Rose as the ship went down for the final plunge.
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."A few attempts to film this sequence with stunt people resulted in some minor injuries and Cameron halted the more dangerous stunts."^ What if some people get some "free" stuff somehow, and they use it, and in the process of using it they make more free stuff than they got?
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^ I found 'Return of the King' to be a far less worthy Oscar winner, to be honest but I found myself one of the few people perpetually underwhelmed by that film series.
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^ But there are some people making up some institutions who are more life-affirming than others, and who also help others in other communities to be also more life affirming, in a sense, passing on a gift.
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The risks were eventually minimized "by using computer generated people for the dangerous falls".[15]

Editing

.During the first assembly cut, Cameron altered the planned ending, which had given resolution to Brock Lovett's story.^ During the first assembly cut, Cameron altered the planned ending, which had given resolution to Brock Lovett's story.
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^ In the editing room, Cameron decided that by this point the audience would no longer be interested in Brock Lovett and cut the resolution to his story, so that Rose is alone when she drops the diamond.
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.In the original version of the ending, Brock and Lizzy see Old Rose at the stern of the boat, and fear she is going to jump.^ In the original version of the ending, Brock and Lizzy see Old Rose at the stern of the boat, and fear she is going to jump.
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^ But this work is freely licensed (see the end) so feel free to use it to help go a few steps correctly.
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^ The call is from Rose and we see both ends of the conversation.
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.Rose then reveals that she had the Heart of the Ocean diamond all along, but never sold it, as it reminded her of Cal too much.^ Rose then reveals that she had the Heart of the Ocean diamond all along, but never sold it, as it reminded her of Cal too much.
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^ When Cal runs out of ammunition, he realizes he left the Heart of the Ocean in Rose's overcoat.
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^ The elderly Rose reveals that Cal put a gun in his mouth and committed suicide after the Wall Street Crash of 1929 which hit his interests hard.
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.She tells Brock that life is priceless and throws the diamond into the ocean, after allowing him to hold it.^ She tells Brock that life is priceless and throws the diamond into the ocean, after allowing him to hold it.
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^ She drops the diamond into the water, sending it to join the remains of the most important event of her life.
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^ Tommy collapses, and Fabrizio grabs him, holding him in his arms as his life flows out over the deck.
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.Accepting that treasure is worthless, Brock laughs at his stupidity.^ Accepting that treasure is worthless, Brock laughs at his stupidity.
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.Rose goes back to sleep, whereupon the film ends in the same way as the final version.^ The film ends with a shot of Rose in bed.
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^ Rose goes back to sleep, whereupon the film ends in the same way as the final version.
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^ It really made me cry right at the end when Rose was walking back into the Titanic and everyone was around her.
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.In the editing room, Cameron decided that by this point, the audience would no longer be interested in Brock Lovett and cut the resolution to his story, so that Rose is alone when she drops the diamond.^ In the editing room, Cameron decided that by this point the audience would no longer be interested in Brock Lovett and cut the resolution to his story, so that Rose is alone when she drops the diamond.
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^ After almost drowning, chipping an elbow bone, and getting the flu, Winslet decided she would not work with Cameron again unless she earned "a lot of money".
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^ As the likable Jack and Rose had their love blossom and eventually destroyed, the audience would mourn the loss.
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.He also did not want to disrupt the audience's melancholy after the Titanic's sinking.^ He also did not want to disrupt the audience's melancholy after the Titanic' s sinking.
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[58]
.The version used for the first test screening featured a fight between Jack and Lovejoy which takes place after Jack and Rose escape into the flooded dining saloon, but the test audiences disliked it.^ Jack and Rose first kissed...
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^ Infuriated, Cal takes Lovejoy's pistol and chases Jack and Rose down the decks and into the flooded first-class dining saloon.
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^ The version used for the first test screening featured a fight between Jack and Lovejoy which took place after Jack and Rose escape into the flooded dining saloon, but the test audiences disliked it.
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[59] .The scene was written to give the film more suspense, and featured Cal (falsely) offering to give Lovejoy, his valet, the "Heart of the Ocean" if he can get it from Jack and Rose.^ The scene was written to give the film more suspense, and featured Cal (falsely) offering to give Lovejoy, his valet, the Heart of the Ocean if he can get it from Jack and Rose.
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^ David Warner as Spicer Lovejoy: An ex- Pinkerton constable, Lovejoy is Cal's English valet and bodyguard, who keeps an eye on Rose and is suspicious of the circumstances of Jack's rescue of her.
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^ However, after witnessing a woman encouraging her seven-year-old daughter to behave like a "proper lady" at tea, Rose defies him and her mother, asking Jack to sketch her nude and wearing only the Heart of the Ocean , an engagement present from Cal.
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.Lovejoy goes after the pair in the sinking First Class dining room.^ CUT TO: 49 INT. FIRST CLASS RECEPTION/ D-DECK Entering the first class reception room from the tender are a number of prominent passengers.
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^ CUT TO: 211 INT. FIRST CLASS SMOKING ROOM There are still two cardgames in progress.
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^ CUT TO: 235 INT. FIRST CLASS SMOKE ROOM Thomas Andrews stands in front of the fireplace, staring at the large painting above the mantle.
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.Just as they are about to escape him, Lovejoy notices Rose's hand slap the water as it slips off the table behind which she is hiding.^ Just as they are about to escape him, Lovejoy notices Rose's hand slap the water as it slips off the table behind which she is hiding.
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^ As they enter the swirling throng, Rose leans close to him, pointing out several notables.
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^ ON JACK AND ROSE, crouched behind a table, somewhere in the middle.
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.In revenge for framing him for the "theft" of the necklace, Jack attacks him and smashes his head against a glass window (this explains the gash on Lovejoy's head that can be seen when he dies in the completed version of the film).^ In revenge for framing him for the "theft" of the necklace, Jack attacks him and smashes his head against a glass window (this explains the gash on Lovejoy's head that can be seen when he dies in the completed version of the film).
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^ Is it just me or does it seems totally unfair and sort of against the rules that Lovejoy was able to carry a gun with him on a ship?
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^ He dies during the sinking and is last seen clinging onto the deck rail for dear life as the ship splits apart beneath him.
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.Of the scene, test audiences said it would be unrealistic to risk one's life for wealth, and Cameron cut it for this reason, as well as for timing and pacing reasons.^ The test audiences disliked this scene, saying it would be unrealistic to risk one's life for wealth, and Cameron cut it for this reason, as well as for timing and pacing reasons.
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^ There's a reason this movie is the number one grossing movie of all time ($1,835,400,000) not adjusted for inflation - IT WAS THE BEST! The entire work took well over two years (starting from Cameron and his crew's first expediton to Titanic in August 1995).
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^ Can't say if either one of them would be willing to risk it though.
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.Many other scenes were cut for similar reasons.^ Many other scenes were cut for similar reasons.
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^ The test audiences disliked this scene, saying it would be unrealistic to risk one's life for wealth, and Cameron cut it for this reason, as well as for timing and pacing reasons.
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[59]

Music and soundtrack

.Problems listening to this file?^ Problems listening to this file?
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See media help.
.The soundtrack album for Titanic was composed by James Horner.^ James Horner did such a great job composing the music that it's unbelievable.
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^ The soundtrack album for Titanic was composed by James Horner and became the best selling primarily orchestral soundtrack of all time.
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.For the vocals heard throughout the film, subsequently described by Earle Hitchner of The Wall Street Journal as "evocative", Horner chose Norwegian singer Sissel Kyrkjebø (better known as "Sissel").^ The soundtrack includes performances from Norwegian singer Sissel Kyrkjebø , and Canadian singer Celine Dion .
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^ Which is why its anti-war message packs more punch than the better known 1957 film.
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.Horner knew Sissel from her album Innerst I Sjelen, and he particularly liked how she sang Eg Veit I Himmerik Ei Borg (I Know in Heaven There Is a Castle).^ He liked the idea, even though some of his liveliehood for a time depended on knowing how to operate things like steam-powered cranes (when no one else around knew anymore).
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^ And they should be full of people like Dink Asano who know how much worse internment camps can get, right?
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^ One can see there the power of Princeton mythology -- and how it extends even into places like Berea.
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He had tried 25 or 30 singers before he finally chose Sissel as the voice to create specific moods within the film.[60]
.Horner additionally wrote the song "My Heart Will Go On" in secret with Will Jennings because Cameron did not want any songs with singing in the film.^ James Horner wrote the song " My Heart Will Go On " in secret with Will Jennings because Cameron did not want any songs with singing in the film.
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^ Her parents did not want her to go to SUNY SB as they thought her friend a year ahead was a bad influence.
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^ Her lips barely move as she sings a scrap of Jack's song: ROSE "Come Josephine in my flying machine..."
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[61] Celine Dion agreed to record a demo with the persuasion of her husband René Angélil. .Horner waited until Cameron was in an appropriate mood before presenting him with the song.^ Horner waited until Cameron was in an appropriate mood before presenting him with the song.
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^ James Horner wrote the song " My Heart Will Go On " in secret with Will Jennings because Cameron did not want any songs with singing in the film.
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After playing it several times, Cameron declared its approval, although worried that he would have been criticized for "going commercial at the end of the movie".[61] Cameron also wanted to appease anxious studio executives and "saw that a hit song from his movie could only be a positive factor in guaranteeing its completion".[15]

Release

.Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox financed Titanic, and expected Cameron to complete the film for a release on July 2, 1997. The film was to be released on this date "in order to exploit the lucrative summer season ticket sales when blockbuster films usually do better".[15] In April, Cameron said the film's special effects were too complicated and that releasing the film for summer would not be possible.^ Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox financed Titanic , and expected James Cameron to complete the film for a release on July 2, 1997.
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^ Century Fox apologised and James Cameron donated $8,340 to a memorial fund dedicated to Murdoch.
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^ Cameron wanted to push the boundary of special effects with his film, and enlisted Digital Domain to continue the breakthroughs on digital technology the director pioneered on The Abyss and Terminator 2: Judgment Day .
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[15] With production delays, Paramount pushed back the release date to December 19, 1997.[62] "This fueled speculation that the film itself was a disaster." Though a preview screening in Minneapolis on July 14 "generated positive reviews" and "[c]hatter on the Internet was responsible for more favorable word of mouth about the [film]". This led to more positive media coverage.[15]
The film premiered on November 1, 1997, at the Tokyo International Film Festival,[63] where reaction was described as "tepid" by the The New York Times.[64] However, positive reviews started to appear back in the United States; the official Hollywood premiere occurred on December 14, 1997, where "the big movie stars who attended the opening were enthusiastically gushing about the film to the world media".[15]

Box office

.The film received steady attendance after opening in North America on Friday, December 19, 1997. By the end of that same weekend, theaters were beginning to sell out.^ IMAX theaters are selling out days ahead because it's been hyped as the first feature film to use the technology.
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^ PM IMAX theaters are selling out days ahead because it's been hyped as the first feature film to use the technology.
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^ It's almost the same as the way people turn on each other at the end of this film when their true nature is revealed under dire circumstances.
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.The film debuted with $8,658,814 on its opening day and $28,638,131 over the opening weekend from 2,674 theaters, averaging to about $10,710 per venue, and ranking #1 at the box office, ahead of the 18th James Bond film, Tomorrow Never Dies.^ Around that same time someone I knew joked the university had determined working in the basement office I had been in two years earlier was equivalent to smoking about 10 packs of cigarettes a day from radon (since remediated).
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.By New Year's Day, Titanic had made over $120 million, had increased in popularity and theaters continued selling out.^ IMAX theaters are selling out days ahead because it's been hyped as the first feature film to use the technology.
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^ PM IMAX theaters are selling out days ahead because it's been hyped as the first feature film to use the technology.
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.Its biggest single day took place on Saturday February 14 (Valentine's Day) 1998, making $13,048,711, more than six weeks after it debuted in North America.^ It insisted on hiring employees with 50 percent more school training than the Mexican norm of six years, but as time passed Ford removed its requirements and began to hire school dropouts, training them quite well in four to twelve weeks.
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^ What if some people get some "free" stuff somehow, and they use it, and in the process of using it they make more free stuff than they got?
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^ But there are some people making up some institutions who are more life-affirming than others, and who also help others in other communities to be also more life affirming, in a sense, passing on a gift.
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.After it was released, it stayed at #1 for 15 consecutive weeks in the United States and Canada box office, which remains the record for any film.^ He's a once Oscar nominated actor with a spotty Box Office record.
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^ When the average teenage girl went to see this movie 15 times while on release, it's not surprising to see that movie stands above all others as the biggest grossing film of all time.
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^ In other words, the top hundred box office champions are crowded out with recent and "ordinary" films.
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[65] .By March 1998, it was the first film to earn more than $1 billion worldwide.^ IBM spent more than a billion dollars on advertising to reinvent its brand?
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^ Which is why its anti-war message packs more punch than the better known 1957 film.
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^ Sorry man, but there is more to good filmmaking than CGI. Nolan got $180 million to make this film, and if this is what he got...well, I would love to see what he could make with MORE! :-P .
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[66] .The film stayed in theaters in North America for almost ten months before finally closing on Thursday October 1, 1998 with a final domestic gross of $600,788,188. Box Office Mojo estimates that after adjusting for ticket price inflation, Titanic would be the sixth highest-grossing film of all time in the United States and Canada.^ Close Titanic achievement at the box office .
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^ That number comes from Box Office Mojo.
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^ It is the highest grossing movie in the United States!
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[67] The film made double that amount overseas with an international gross of $1,248,025,607 and accumulated a grand total of $1,843,201,268 worldwide to become the highest-grossing film in history, and remained so for twelve years, until Avatar (also written and directed by Cameron) surpassed it in 2010.[9]

Performance analysis

.Before its release, various film critics predicted the film would be a significant disappointment at the box office, especially due to being the most expensive film ever made at the time.^ A few things follow from that, the most important being this: that as ticket prices rose in costs - in the 60s and 70s it was reasonably enough predicted that the champion film at the box office would be a title that changed hands regularly.
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^ Furthermore the trip to Hong Kong would have cost a significant amount, with transportation and filming costs.
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^ People want to defend it because they like the film so much but that has nothing to do with the argument being made here.
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[44][68][69][70] .When it was shown to the press in autumn 1997, "it was with massive forebodings" since the "people in charge of the screenings believed they were on the verge of losing their jobs – because of this great albatross of a picture on which, finally, two studios had had to combine to share the great load of its making".[69] Cameron also thought he was "headed for disaster" at one point during filming.^ The people in charge of the screenings believed they were on the verge of losing their jobs - because of this great albatrosss of a picture on which, finally, two studios had had to combine to share the great load of its making.
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^ When this film was shown to the press in the autumn of 1997, it was with massive forebodings.
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^ Sex and the City 28 May 2008: In pictures: Three premieres, twelve expensive frocks and a lot of hype later, the Sex and the City film is finally here .
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."We labored the last six months on Titanic in the absolute knowledge that the studio would lose $100m.^ Unemployment insurance last only a few months, and the global labor market has undermined the American worker's bargaining power.
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It was a certainty," he stated.[44] As the film neared release, "particular venom was spat at Cameron for what was seen as his hubris and monumental extravagance". A film critic for the Los Angeles Times wrote that "Cameron’s overweening pride has come close to capsizing this project" and that the film was "a hackneyed, completely derivative copy of old Hollywood romances".[44]
"It’s hard to forget the director on the stage of the Shrine Auditorium in LA, exultant, pumping a golden Oscar statuette into the air and shouting: 'I’m the king of the world!' .As everyone knew, that was the most famous line in Titanic, exclaimed by Leonardo DiCaprio’s character as he leaned into the wind on the prow of the doomed vessel.^ The actors are fabulous and i admire Leonardo DiCaprio for his ability to draw you into the film and really get into the characters thoughts and feelings, and being an actor i know how difficult it is to do that.
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^ Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in Titanic.
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Cameron’s incantation of the line was a giant 'eff off', in front of a television audience approaching a billion, to all the naysayers, especially those sitting right in front of him."
— Christopher Goodwin of The Times on Cameron's response to Titanic's criticism[44]
.When the film became a success, with an unprecedented box office performance, it was credited as "the love story [that] stole the world's hearts".[68] "The first batch of people to see it [were] gob smacked by the sheer scale and intimacy of the production.^ They shot this around the world, they have an ensemble cast full of academy award winners/nominees, they do things practically (which costs time, effort and money), they blow a million things up and became the first production to utilize IMAX 70mm film stock in a narrative feature.
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^ That and I admit to some sympathy for Ed Harris, seeing as it was his lifelong ambition to make such a film in the first place out of his own money.
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^ It also forces people to go to the theater to view it, because hey, if it's filmed in IMAX, it must be really really awesome to see even if it's on a regular screen.
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They emerged from the cinema, tear stained and emotionally flabbergasted."[70] .The film was playing on 3,200 screens a full 10 weeks after it opened,[69] and out of its 15 straight weeks on top of the charts, jumped 43 percent in total sales in its ninth week of release.^ It was playing on 3,200 screens a full 10 weeks after it opened.
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^ Onto the list 10) Ghost: Best Original Screen Play 1991- Not horrible movie, buy not award material.
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^ Anyway, for the list, not that anyone cares, but I'll offer up my thoughts: 10) Ghost: Best Original Screen Play 1991 Agreed.
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.It earned over $20 million a week for 10 weeks,[71] and after 14 weeks into its run, it was still bringing in more than $1m in a week.^ Jared 02-10-2008, 09:17 PM I think Braveheart was included more because it's still the in-thing to bash Gibson than for any problem with the movie itself.
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^ TheBat812 07-20-2008, 08:22 PM Practical effects (explosions, crashes, which there are TON of) = much more expensive than cgi.
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^ Still, this essay suggests that, more often than it should be, the answer to all of them is "No".
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[69] .Though teenage girls and young women in general, who would see the film several times and subsequently caused "Leo-Mania", were often credited with having primarily propelled the film to its all-time box office record,[72] other reports have simply attributed the film's success to "[p]ositive word of mouth and repeat viewership" due to the love story combined with the ground-breaking special effects.^ I mean, I could see with certain sequences it might save a little cash doing things practically, but overall I just can't see how doing things practically would be cheaper especially when you consider the effects shots and sets in this film.
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^ It gives you insight into the real Titanic and sinking, whilst combining it with a beautiful love story that left me in tears.
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^ Absolutelty fantastic, its my favourite film of all time.
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[71][73] Its impact on men has also been especially credited.[70][74][75] .Considered one of the films that "make men cry", MSNBC's Ian Hodder stated that men admire Jack's sense of adventure, stowing away on a steamship bound for America.^ None of these people should be considered in any way responsible for these opinions (even though in a sense they and many others probably all are, in one way or another.
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^ Hence the reason no-one should go to film school to learn about anything but the technical aspect of movie making.
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^ I'm making a short film for around $5000 and I'm spending $500 on one particular stunt shot.
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"We cheer as he courts a girl who was out of his league. We admire how he suggests nude modeling as an excuse to get naked. So when Jack plunges to his death, an uncontrollable flood of tears sinks our composure," he said.[74] .Benjamin Willcock of DVDActive.com said that, as a fourteen-year-old male, he had wanted to see Starship Troopers instead, but was overruled by an uncle and friends.^ Her parents did not want her to go to SUNY SB as they thought her friend a year ahead was a bad influence.
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^ Rose sees a young mother next to her, clutching her five year old son, who is crying in terror.
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."Little did I know that I would be seeing a film that would become the biggest, most successful motion picture event of all time," he stated.^ Actually, if you adjust the figures for inflation, the most commercially successful film of all time is actually Gone With the Wind - another female oriented romantic historical epic - followed by Star Wars - I think Titanic is tied with The Ten Commandments for third.
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^ I mean, I could see with certain sequences it might save a little cash doing things practically, but overall I just can't see how doing things practically would be cheaper especially when you consider the effects shots and sets in this film.
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^ It is all those thoughts that add up to the most time spent suffering, the most possibilities for building meaning or community wasted.
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."I was also blissfully unaware that it would turn out to be so much more than 'some epic love story'".[70] Website filmjunk.com concluded, "Sure, most guys will tell you that the only people who enjoy Titanic are menopausal house wives, Celine Dion fans and the mentally ill.^ Let me tell you some facts.
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^ Some are more problematical than others.
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^ Can you tell me who the woman in the picture is?
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The truth, however, is that even the most red-blooded NASCAR-loving beer-guzzling alpha male secretly loves this movie."[75]
The film's catch phrase "I'm the king of the world!" became one of the film industry's more popular quotes.[76][77] According to Richard Harris, a psychology professor at Kansas State University, who studied why people like to cite films in social situations, using film quotes in everyday conversation is similar to telling a joke and a way to form solidarity with others. ."People are doing it to feel good about themselves, to make others laugh, to make themselves laugh, he said.^ At least about other people's deaths?
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^ The ingredients include an aching need to prove oneself and the approved mechanism for doing so at other people's expense.
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^ That was all about voters wanting to make themeselves feel more cultured.
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.He found that all of the participants in his study had used film quotes in conversation at one point or another.^ Then, using all his strength, he lowers her toward the deck below, holding on with one hand.
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^ All I will say to you as in a quote from the movie: "There will be one less person on this site if you don't shut that hole in your face!".
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"They overwhelmingly cited comedies, followed distantly by dramas and action adventure flicks." .As for horror films, musicals and children's movies, they were hardly ever cited.^ Also, about a third of the movie is shot in IMAX which is a much more expensive camera, film and operating system that they had to create for this sort of thing.
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^ Film trailer: Nine 22 Sep 2009: A movie adaptation of the Tony award-winning musical inspired by Fellini's 8 1/2 .
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[77]
Cameron explained the film's success as having significantly benefited from the experience of sharing. ."When people have an experience that's very powerful in the movie theatre, they want to go share it.^ The fact that it DOESN'T look like a CGI'd up typical comic book movie shows that the CGI that they did use was very high quality..
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^ The more hype they put on a movie makes me want to see it even less.
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^ I know people who still mourn for relatives they lost and they love the movie.
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.They want to grab their friend and bring them, so that they can enjoy it," he said.^ Her parents did not want her to go to SUNY SB as they thought her friend a year ahead was a bad influence.
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."They want to be the person to bring them the news that this is something worth having in their life.^ Only someone who feels they have something worth sharing should bother with the whole business.
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^ We didn't want people to think they owed something; we wanted them to think they belonged to something.
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^ So, even in the act of bringing new life into the world, women face the risk of immediate death.
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That's how Titanic worked.[78] Media Awareness Network stated, "The normal repeat viewing rate for a blockbuster theatrical film is about 5%. The repeat rate for Titanic was over 20%."[15] The box office receipts "were even more impressive" when factoring in "the film's 3 hour and 14 minute length meant that it could only be shown three times a day compared to a normal movie's four showings". In response to this, "[m]any theatres started midnight showings and were rewarded with full houses until almost 3:30 am".[15]
For twelve years after its release, various films were cited as contenders for surpassing Titanic's box office gross, but all failed to do so.[79] .Cameron's own most recent film, Avatar, was considered the first film with a genuine chance at surpassing its worldwide gross,[80][81] and did in 2010.[10] Various explanations for why the film was able to successfully challenge Titanic were given.^ This film had likely the most epic scope in recent years and cost a hell of a lot less than Spidey 3 or Superman Returns .
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^ I attend film school, and one of the first questions asked was "why do we make movies".
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^ PM Given that the most recent of the movies you named came out about 20 years before Fargo, that doesn't really refute the point.
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.For one, "Two-thirds of Titanic's haul was earned overseas, and Avatar is tracking similarly...^ One of the two elevator tracks came raining down on a neighboring building and the street below.
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^ IN BOAT ONE: Sir Cosmo and Lucile Duff-Gordon sit with ten other people in a boat that is two thirds empty.
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Avatar opened in 106 markets globally and was No. .1 in all of them" and the markets "such as Russia, where Titanic saw modest receipts in 1997 and 1998, are white-hot today" with "more screens and moviegoers" than before.^ If a mindless insect can do it, why couldn't I? Was it any more unimaginable than the sinking of the Titanic?
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^ Still, this essay suggests that, more often than it should be, the answer to all of them is "No".
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^ That kind of better product for a better world does not get built by just trying to be even more dangerous, and more difficult, and louder, and so on than existing chain saws.
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[82] .Brandon Gray, president of Box Office Mojo, said that while Avatar may beat Titanic's revenue record, the film is unlikely to surpass Titanic in attendance.^ That number comes from Box Office Mojo.
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^ But many others may find it of interest even if they have never heard of, say, Nassau Hall (where the office of the PU president is).
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^ He's a once Oscar nominated actor with a spotty Box Office record.
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"Ticket prices were about $3 cheaper in the late 1990s."[80] .In December 2009, Cameron had stated, "I don't think it's realistic to try to topple Titanic off its perch.^ I liked all the movies that year and preferred 'LA Confidential' a great deal but I don't think 'Titanic' is the rubbish people make it out to be.
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^ I hope this essay respects what he tried to teach me and his other students, even as I don't think I got an A in his course (nor am I saying I deserved one if they were sensible to hand out.
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.Some pretty good movies have come out in the last few years.^ Cameron, who's been gone for 11 years finally coming up for air shooting documentaries on titanic, his last movie right?
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^ Some in the CIA may have understood what was coming, but few listened to *them* either.
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^ Kagome (10 out of 10 ) Like oh my god I did some research on this and this movie has everything the actual Titanic.
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Titanic just struck some kind of chord."[71] .In a January 2010 interview, he gave a different take on the matter once Avatar's performance was easier to predict.^ I liked him in the movie, don't get me wrong, but I thought Crowe really gave a performance that made me stand up and take notice of a talent.
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"It's gonna happen. It's just a matter of time," he said.[81] Titanic, however, will have a second theatrical run; the film will be re-released in 2011, in 3-D format.

Critical reception

The film garnered mostly positive reviews from film critics. .Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports the film as holding an overall 82% approval rating based on 98 reviews, with a rating average of 7.4 out of 10. The site's general consensus is that the film is "[a] mostly unqualified triumph for Cameron, who offers a dizzying blend of spectacular visuals and old-fashioned melodrama".[73] At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted mean rating out of 0–100 reviews from film critics, the film has a rating score of 74 based on 34 reviews, classified as a generally favorable reviewed film.^ Sahra (9 out of 10 ) I love this film.
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^ Little did they know how (mostly) accurate the film would turn out to be, in addition to its legacy.
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^ Rodney (9 out of 10 ) The whole film is great!
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[83]
Regarding the film's overall design, Roger Ebert stated, "It is flawlessly crafted, intelligently constructed, strongly acted, and spellbinding...Movies like this are not merely difficult to make at all, but almost impossible to make well." He credited the "technical difficulties" with being "so daunting that it's a wonder when the filmmakers are also able to bring the drama and history into proportion" and "found [himself] convinced by both the story and the sad saga".[84] It was his ninth best film of 1997.[85] On the television program Siskel & Ebert, the film received "two thumbs up" and was praised for its accuracy in recreating the ship's sinking; Ebert described the film as "a glorious Hollywood epic, well-crafted and well worth the wait" and Gene Siskel found Leonardo DiCaprio "captivating".[86] James Berardinelli stated, "Meticulous in detail, yet vast in scope and intent, Titanic is the kind of epic motion picture event that has become a rarity. .You don't just watch Titanic, you experience it."^ Ah don't you just love a budget hehe.
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^ You know, Titanic is not just A shipwrick, Titanic is THE shipwreck.
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[87] .It was his second best film of 1997.[88] Almar Haflidason of the BBC wrote that "[t]he sinking of the great ship is no secret, yet for many exceeded expectations in sheer scale and tragedy" and that "when you consider that it tops a bum-numbing three-hour running time, then you have a truly impressive feat of entertainment achieved by Cameron".[89] Joseph McBride of Boxoffice Magazine concluded, "To describe Titanic as the greatest disaster movie ever made is to sell it short.^ You are IDIOTS! Titanic is the best movie of all time.
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^ Awesome movie, greatest of all time.
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^ There's a reason this movie is the number one grossing movie of all time ($1,835,400,000) not adjusted for inflation - IT WAS THE BEST! The entire work took well over two years (starting from Cameron and his crew's first expediton to Titanic in August 1995).
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.James Cameron's recreation of the 1912 sinking of the 'unsinkable' liner is one of the most magnificent pieces of serious popular entertainment ever to emanate from Hollywood."^ So James Cameron did not make it up, it is just one interpretation.
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[90]
The romantic and emotionally-charged aspects of the film were equally praised. .Andrew L. Urban of Urban Cinefile said, "You will walk out of Titanic not talking about budget or running time, but of its enormous emotive power, big as the engines of the ship itself, determined as its giant propellers to gouge into your heart, and as lasting as the love story that propels it."^ CAL We're running out of time.
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^ I think you should think again about what I said.
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^ I like the way that you turned into a love story but it still had a lot to do about the ship.
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[91] Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly described the film as, "A lush and terrifying spectacle of romantic doom. .Writer-director James Cameron has restaged the defining catastrophe of the early 20th century on a human scale of such purified yearning and dread that he touches the deepest levels of popular moviemaking."^ Century Fox apologised and James Cameron donated $8,340 to a memorial fund dedicated to Murdoch.
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^ I wasn't surprised when it won 11 academy awards and James Camron won Best Director and Best Writer.
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^ Titanic-Best Picture, Best Director, and Just About Everything Else, 1998 James Cameron sold his soul to the DEVIL! .
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[90] Janet Maslin of the The New York Times commented that "Cameron's magnificent Titanic is the first spectacle in decades that honestly invites comparison to Gone With the Wind."[90] Richard Corliss of Time magazine, on the other hand, wrote a mostly negative review, criticizing the lack of interesting emotional elements.[92]
Some reviewers felt that the story and dialogue were weak, while the visuals were spectacular. Kenneth Turan's review in the Los Angeles Times was particularly scathing. Dismissing the emotive elements, he stated, "What really brings on the tears is Cameron's insistence that writing this kind of movie is within his abilities. Not only is it not, it is not even close."[93] Barbara Shulgasser of San Francisco Examiner gave Titanic one star out of four, citing a friend as saying, "The number of times in this unbelievably badly-written script that the two [lead characters] refer to each other by name was an indication of just how dramatically the script lacked anything more interesting for the actors to say."[94] Filmmaker Robert Altman called it "the most dreadful piece of work I've ever seen in my entire life".[95]
Titanic suffered backlash in addition to its success. .In 2003, the film topped a poll of "Best Film Endings",[96] and yet it also topped a poll by The Film programme as "the worst movie of all time".[97] The British film magazine Empire reduced their rating of the film from the maximum five stars and an enthusiastic review, to four stars with a less positive review in a later edition, to accommodate its readers’ tastes, who wanted to disassociate themselves from the hype surrounding the film, and the reported activities of its fans (such as those attending multiple screenings).^ You are IDIOTS! Titanic is the best movie of all time.
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^ Awesome movie, greatest of all time.
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^ It is all those thoughts that add up to the most time spent suffering, the most possibilities for building meaning or community wasted.
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[98] .Additionally, positive and negative parodies and other such spoofs of the film abounded and were circulated around the Internet, often inspiring passionate responses from fans of various opinions of the film.^ None of these people should be considered in any way responsible for these opinions (even though in a sense they and many others probably all are, in one way or another.
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^ There are also other ways to get around -- walking, bicycles, riding horses, boats, buses, subways, trains, airplanes, spacecraft, and even now in a sense the internet.
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[99] Benjamin Willcock of DVDActive.com did not understand the backlash or the passionate hatred for the film. ."What really irks me...," he said, "are those who make nasty stabs at those who do love it."^ Ryan over Shakespeare in Love but those losses aren't the crimes of humanity that the article makes it out to be.
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^ And she did it by fighting those who said they were trying to get it all for her...
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^ Ryan over Shakespeare in Love, but those losses aren't the crimes of humanity that the article makes it out to be.
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.Willcock stated, "I obviously don’t have anything against those who dislike Titanic, but those few who make you feel small and pathetic for doing so (and they do exist, trust me) are way beyond my understanding and sympathy."^ Only someone who feels they have something worth sharing should bother with the whole business.
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^ By the way, my wife and I were married in that church in part to make parents happy.
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^ Don't you have better things to do than make a 12 year old cry!
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[70]
Cameron responded to the backlash, Kenneth Turan's review in particular. ."Titanic is not a film that is sucking people in with flashy hype and spitting them out onto the street feeling let down and ripped off," he stated.^ Obviously, PU doesn't want crowds on Nassau Street sucking out all its office supplies for resale the first day.
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^ Sure Bryan may be off to other things, but there no doubt will be more people like him down the road.
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^ But can I in good conscience foist off the problem of fixing the decaying and out-of-date Princeton University institutional brand onto the next generation?
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."They are returning again and again to repeat an experience that is taking a 3-hour and 14-minute chunk out of their lives, and dragging others with them, so they can share the emotion."^ As I pointed out, those will be free or cheap if the other aspects are free and cheap, and the rest of this explains how they will.
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^ It turns out that (like child care) the workplace has its drudgery, its long hours, its repetitious duties, its demands that an employee accommodate herself to the schedule of others.
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^ Jim Slater (1 out of 10 ) NO, NVO, it's those who cry at Leo's death because he was so "hot" and not at the deaths of the others because they weren't who are heartless.
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.Cameron emphasized people from all ages (ranging from 8 to 80) and from all backgrounds were "celebrating their own essential humanity" by seeing it.^ "Movie production" This is already essentially free (for some definition of "movie"): http://www.youtube.com/ As with all of the above, people may object that I am discounting the value of people's time.
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^ People of all ages have a lot to learn from each other, if we can move past a (literally) Medieval system of education.
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^ Essentially, if kids share OLPC laptops, the dissolving of Princeton as a "non-profit" would educate all the billion poorest people in the world.
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.He described the script as earnest and straightforward, and said it intentionally "incorporates universals of human experience and emotion that are timeless – and familiar because they reflect our basic emotional fabric" and that the film was able to succeed in this way by dealing with archetypes.^ Are these free-to-the-user informational products and services all there is to be on the internet or are they the tip of a metaphorical iceberg of free stuff and free services that is heading our way?
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^ They rarely challenge the basic script, preferring to concentrate only on the casting.
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^ Because our culture tends to view the breast as sexual, it can be hard for people to realize that breastfeeding is the natural way to nurture children.
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He did not see it as pandering. "Turan mistakes archetype for cliche," he said. ."I don't share his view that the best scripts are only the ones that explore the perimeter of human experience, or flashily pirouette their witty and cynical dialogue for our admiration."^ And I realized, there can be a lot of human worth in just waiting with someone -- just waiting for the bus together, even if only one person is going on a trip just then.
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^ I can only speculate that if PU had mandatory one year paid sabbaticals for faculty with new babies, that we two might be best buddies today.
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^ AM I don't think it matters, what is cool is that it made most of it's budget back in the first weekend, only one more and the movie is paid for and the profit rolls in.
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.On the two critics who had been most lavish in their praise of Titanic, Cameron wrote: "When critics like Roger Ebert or Janet Maslin talk about film, they demonstrate a deep knowledge of and respect for their subject, a respect for filmmakers regardless of the specific blunders made on a particular film, and a genuine unwavering joy at the magic of cinema."^ Everyone had been expecting a gruelling, macho epic along the lines of Cameron's previous work and covered it accordingly, mostly saying how far it fell short of what they'd assumed they'd get (typical, critics always reviewing the film they wish had been made rather than the one they can actually see).
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^ I don't think there's a film on the horizon that will do that - Indy IV could make a billion, and Cameron's next, Avatar, will probably do huge business, but give it another decade and we'll see a genuine rival to Titanic's haul.
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^ So it is about a world where most everything essential to human life is so common and easily obtainable that anyone can take practically as much as they would like without metering.
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He ended his article: "Forget about Clinton – how do we impeach Kenneth Turan?"[100]

Awards and honors

.Titanic began its awards sweep starting with the Golden Globes, winning four, namely Best Motion Picture (Drama), Best Director, Best Original Score, and Best Song.^ Acting, Directing, and Best Picture awards, though, should have gone to LA Confidential.
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^ The guy has made many classic movies ,most of De Niro's best and award winning work but they gave his overdue award for a lame remake.....
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^ Titanic-Best Picture, Best Director, and Just About Everything Else, 1998- Technically speaking I'm cool with the movie.
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[101] Kate Winslet and Gloria Stuart were also nominees but lost.[102] .It won the ACE "Eddie" Award, ASC Award, Art Directors Guild Award, Cinema Audio Society Award, Screen Actors Guild Awards, (Best Supporting Actress Gloria Stuart), The Directors Guild of America Award, and Broadcast Film Critics Association Award (Best Director James Cameron), and The Producer Guild of America Awards.^ PM In 1965, Richard Burton, Laurence Olivier and Rod Steiger lost the Best Actor award to...
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^ Athena Bast 02-09-2008, 09:38 AM Gladiator," 2001 I agree about, it was then i lost respect for hollywood awards cause the movie won and Crow won the best actor for a lame line about eternity......
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^ Titanic-Best Picture, Best Director, and Just About Everything Else, 1998 James Cameron sold his soul to the DEVIL! .
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[103] .It was also nominated for ten BAFTA awards, including Best Film and Director.^ It was easily the best and most innovative film of 1968, and Oscars didn't nominate it???
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[103]
The film was nominated for a record-tying 14 Academy Awards and won 11, including the Best Picture and Best Director.[103][104] .It also picked up Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Visual Effects, Best Sound Mixing, Best Sound Editing, Best Original Score, Best Film Editing, Best Original Song, and Best Art Direction awards.^ Rose picks up an ornate art-nouveau HAIR COMB. A jade butterfly takes flight on the ebony handle of the comb.
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^ Anyway, for the list, not that anyone cares, but I'll offer up my thoughts: 10) Ghost: Best Original Screen Play 1991 Agreed.
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^ Acting, Directing, and Best Picture awards, though, should have gone to LA Confidential.
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[103] Kate Winslet, Gloria Stuart and the make-up artists were the three nominees that did not win. .James Cameron's original screenplay and Leonardo DiCaprio were not nominees.^ T I T A N I C a screenplay by James Cameron 1 BLACKNESS Then two faint lights appear, close together...
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[68] .It was the second film to win eleven Academy Awards, after Ben-Hur.^ I think ROTK's win is justified as an award for entire trilogy, which was essentially one uber film, shown in three parts.
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[103] The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King would also match this record in 2004, with its 11 wins from 11 nominations.
.Titanic won the 1997 Academy Award for Best Original Song, as well as three Grammy Awards for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television.^ Halle Berry, Best Actress, "Monster's Ball," 2002 I think "black actress" and her side work in the Dorothy Dandridge Story won her award.
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^ Acting, Directing, and Best Picture awards, though, should have gone to LA Confidential.
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^ It's embarrassing when Ron Howard, Mel Gibson and Kevin Costner have all won for Best Director, and Kubrick, Hitchcock, Chaplin and Orson Welles never won.
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[103][105] .The film's soundtrack became the best-selling primarily orchestral soundtrack of all time, and became a worldwide success, spending 16 weeks at #1 in the United States and was certified diamond for over 11 million copies sold in the United States alone.^ She is best known for The Death and Life of Great American Cities (1961), a powerful critique of the urban renewal policies of the 1950s in the United States.
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^ Authors of derivative works must spend time researching whether a work is already in the public domain, or locating all the related rights holders if it is not.
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[106] .The soundtrack also became the best-selling album of 1998 in the U.S.[107] "My Heart Will Go On" won the Grammy Awards for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television.^ Like "we're going to give these guys the Script award because we're giving these guys the Picture award.
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^ Halle Berry, Best Actress, "Monster's Ball," 2002 I think "black actress" and her side work in the Dorothy Dandridge Story won her award.
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^ PM 1957's Bridge on the River Kwai won for Best picture, yet it's star has seriously dimmed.
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.The film also won Best Male Performance for Leonardo DiCaprio and Best Movie at the MTV Movie Awards, Best Film at the People's Choice Awards, and Favorite Movie at the 1998 Kids' Choice Awards.^ Athena Bast 02-09-2008, 09:38 AM Gladiator," 2001 I agree about, it was then i lost respect for hollywood awards cause the movie won and Crow won the best actor for a lame line about eternity......
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^ Halle Berry, Best Actress, "Monster's Ball," 2002 I think "black actress" and her side work in the Dorothy Dandridge Story won her award.
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^ The guy has made many classic movies ,most of De Niro's best and award winning work but they gave his overdue award for a lame remake.....
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[103] .It won various awards outside the United States, including the Awards of the Japanese Academy as the Best Foreign Film of the Year.^ She is best known for The Death and Life of Great American Cities (1961), a powerful critique of the urban renewal policies of the 1950s in the United States.
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^ Members of this upper class control corporations, which have been the primary mechanisms for generating and holding wealth in the United States for upwards of 150 years now.
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^ Is "murdering their years" the best we can do as a society for some of the most altruistic people in the world outside the military?
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[103] Titanic eventually won nearly 90 awards and had an additional 47 nominations from various award-giving bodies around the world.[103] Additionally, the book about the making of the film was at the top of the The New York Times bestseller list for several weeks, "the first time that such a tie-in book had achieved this status".[15]
.Since its release, Titanic has appeared on the American Film Institute's (AFI's) award-winning 100 Years… series.^ I think ROTK's win is justified as an award for entire trilogy, which was essentially one uber film, shown in three parts.
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^ I don't think it was an award winning part, but I can't disagree with the other choices that year her actually winning.
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So far, it has ranked on the following six lists:
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Rank Source Notes
Thrills 25 [108] A list of the top 100 thrilling movies in American cinema compiled in 2001.
Passions 37 [109] A list of the top 100 love stories in American cinema, compiled in 2002.
Songs 14 [110] A list of the top 100 songs in American cinema, compiled in 2004. Titanic ranked 14th for Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On".
Movie quotes 100 [76] A list of the top 100 movie quotations in American cinema, compiled in 2005. Titanic ranked 100th for Jack Dawson's (Leonardo DiCaprio) yell of "I'm the king of the world!"
Movies 83 [111] A 2007 (10th anniversary) edition of 1997's list of the 100 best movies of the past century. Titanic was not eligible when the original list was released.
AFI's 10 Top 10 6 [112] The 2008 poll consisted of the top ten films in ten different genres. Titanic ranked as the sixth best epic film.

Home media

The inside contents of the 5-Disc collector's set
Titanic was released worldwide in widescreen and pan and scan formats on VHS and laserdisc on September 1, 1998.[113] The VHS was also made available in a deluxe boxed gift set with a mounted filmstrip and a color booklet. A DVD version was released on July 31, 1999 in a widescreen-only (non-anamorphic) single-disc edition with no special features other than a theatrical trailer. Cameron stated at the time that he intended to release a special edition with extra features later. This release became the best-selling DVD of 1999 and early 2000, becoming the first DVD ever to sell 1 million copies.[114] .At the time, fewer than 5% of all U.S. homes had a DVD player.^ Well, to harvest more protein, that scientist makes the shark's brains four times bigger than normal and now the shark's are super-smart and eat all the scientists.
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^ I feel it likely that "going off the religious road at high speed" may have caused more suffering to individuals than all the religious wars through time.
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^ And all that was still less intense than my time in the SUNY SB science fiction society, which would be a book in itself.
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."When we released the original Titanic DVD, the industry was much smaller, and bonus features were not the standard they are now," said Meagan Burrows, Paramount's president of domestic home entertainment, which made the film's DVD performance even more impressive.^ Anyone even thinking of it has the seeds within themselves for something much more life-affirming.
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^ And as I said at the start, now that this essay "runs" (even with bugs), I'd be the first to agree it could improve by being refactored, like almost any big program after it is first written.
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^ There is some hopeful news now and then in PAW (like more profiles of alternative alumni careers), even as the deep issues about "elitism" (alienation?
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[114]
An international two- and four-disc set followed on November 7, 2005.[115][114] The two-disc edition was marketed as the Special Edition, and featured the first two discs of the three-disc set, only PAL-enabled. A four-disc edition, marketed as the Deluxe Collector's Edition, was also released on November 7, 2005.[115]
Available only in the United Kingdom, a limited 5-disc set of the film, under the title Deluxe Limited Edition, was released with only 10,000 copies manufactured. The fifth disc contains Cameron's documentary Ghosts of the Abyss, which was distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. Unlike the individual release of Ghosts of the Abyss, which contained two discs, only the first disc was included in the set.[70][116]
.With television broadcasts, the film airs occasionally across the United States on networks such as TBS and TNT.^ There exists a network of nonprofit organizations through which members of the upper class and hired corporate leaders not yet in the upper class shape policy debates in the United States.
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.To permit the scene where Jack draws the nude portrait of Rose to be shown on network and specialty cable channels, in addition to minor cuts, the sheer, see-through blouse worn by Winslet was digitally painted black.^ Fabrizio turns and sees Jack and Rose pushing through the crowd.
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^ He sees Jack and Rose at the gate, their arms raching through...
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^ CUT TO: 291 EXT. OCEAN IN A HOVERING DOWNANGLE we see Jack and Rose floating in the black water.
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Turner Classic Movies, however, known for showing films as they were originally presented theatrically, presented the original uncensored version of the film as recently as February 2010.

3-D conversion and 2011 re-release

During the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con, Cameron announced that Titanic is in the process of being converted into 3-D and re-released in theaters at some point in 2011.[117][118][119] Speaking at the convention, Cameron said:
We can't call it dimensionalisation, we have to call it conversion. .That's the same thing, we're going to turn it into high quality 3D. It takes about a year to 18 months to do it depending on the complexity.^ MOLLY Well, you're about to go into the snakepit.
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^ I don't think Michelle was in that course (and in any case, different people can take away different things from the same course).
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^ An example where he misses that is when he says: "If you're going to be giving things away for free, you're going to have to find some system to finance them, and that's where government support typically comes in."
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We've been told somewhere around a year, maybe 14 months. We've tested it, seen a couple of minutes converted. It looks spectacular. .But it really requires the filmmaker to be involved to make sure that the Stereo Space decisions are made correctly.^ So, the irony of suicide is it involves a self-harmful action that is done based on a decision made in service of the positive end of improving one's situation somehow.
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^ She puts her hand on his face, as if making sure he is real.
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^ And more guns wouldn't have made a difference in the people involved (myself too sadly) making a choice not to do more about it.
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Further reading

  • Frakes, Randall (1998). .Titanic: James Cameron's Illustrated Screenplay.^ T I T A N I C a screenplay by James Cameron 1 BLACKNESS Then two faint lights appear, close together...
    • Titanic Script at IMSDb. 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.imsdb.com [Source type: Original source]

    ^ Titanic-Best Picture, Best Director, and Just About Everything Else, 1998 James Cameron sold his soul to the DEVIL! .
    • List Of Worst Oscars Winners Ever [Archive] - Comic Book Resources Forums 19 September 2009 21:57 UTC forums.comicbookresources.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    New York: Harper. ISBN 0-0609-5307-1.
     
  • Ed W. Marsh (1998). .James Cameron's Titanic.^ Titanic-Best Picture, Best Director, and Just About Everything Else, 1998 James Cameron sold his soul to the DEVIL! .
    • List Of Worst Oscars Winners Ever [Archive] - Comic Book Resources Forums 19 September 2009 21:57 UTC forums.comicbookresources.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    London: Boxtree. ISBN 0-7522-2404-2.
     
  • Parisi, Paula (1998). .Titanic and the Making of James Cameron.^ Titanic-Best Picture, Best Director, and Just About Everything Else, 1998 James Cameron sold his soul to the DEVIL! .
    • List Of Worst Oscars Winners Ever [Archive] - Comic Book Resources Forums 19 September 2009 21:57 UTC forums.comicbookresources.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    London: Orion. ISBN 0-7528-1799-X.
     

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Academy Award for Best Picture
1997
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.Titanic is a 1997 film released by Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox.^ Titanic is a 1997 dramatic movie released by Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox .
  • Titanic (1997 film) - TvWiki, the free encyclopedia 19 September 2009 21:57 UTC www.tvwiki.tv [Source type: General]

^ Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox financed Titanic , and expected James Cameron to complete the film for a release on July 2, 1997.
  • Boston University School of Theology 19 September 2009 21:57 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: General]

^ Studio : 1997 Paramount Pictures.
  • Titanic - Parents Movie Reviews 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.parentpreviews.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

The film is about Jack Dawson and Rose DeWitt Bukater, two young lovers aboard the ill-fated RMS Titanic during her maiden voyage in 1912. It won eleven Academy Awards, including best picture for 1997.
Written and directed by James Cameron.
Collide with Destiny. Taglines

Contents

Jack Dawson

  • I'm the king of the world!

Old Rose

  • [looks at a salvaged mirror] This was mine. How extraordinary! .And it looks the same as it did the last time I saw it.^ And it looks the same as when I last used it...

    ^ "They're trying to pin her down as to where the diamond was the last time she saw it," Stuart explains.
    • Titanic - About The Production 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.filmscouts.com [Source type: General]

    ^ March 6, 1998: Well, I saw "Titanic" once more last night, and I am glad I did at this stage of the project.

    .The reflection has changed a bit.
  • It was the ship of dreams to everyone else.^ The reflection's changed a bit.

    ^ It was the ship of dreams to everyone else.
    • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

    ^ The reflection has changed a bit.
    • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

    .To me, it was a slave ship taking me back to America in chains.^ To me it was a slave ship, taking me back to America in chains.

    ^ To me, it was a slave ship taking me back to America in chains.
    • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

    ^ Come and take a tour back in time of the amazing recreation of the Titanic Cruise Ship Experience.

    .Outwardly, I was everything a well-brought up girl should be.^ Madeleine was brought up well.
    • Titanic Passengers | Information regarding Titanic's passengers and Crew. 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.titanic-passengers.com [Source type: News]

    ^ Outwardly, I was everything a well-brought up girl should be.
    • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

    ^ The drawing was brought up from the wreck of the Titanic, and Rose knew she was the girl in the picture, so she had her granddaughter contact the man responsible for the find.
    • Movie 20 September 2009 13:12 UTC ohmsey.com [Source type: General]

    .Inside, I was screaming.
  • I saw my whole life as if I already lived it.^ I saw my whole life as if I already lived it.
    • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

    ^ What I saw two and a half miles down on the ocean floor will stay with me for the rest of my life, and now I want to share that experience with you!

    ^ And so, hopefully, my child may always be comfortable with vegetarian cuisine, which will also provide more flexibility in life later for frugal living.
    • Post-Scarcity Princeton, or, Reading between the lines of PAW for prospective Princeton students, or, the Health Risks of Heart Disease - Paul's Post-scarcity Perambulations 19 September 2009 21:57 UTC www.pdfernhout.net [Source type: Original source]

    .An endless parade of parties and cotillions, yachts and polo matches.^ An endless parade of parties and polo matches.

    ^ An endless parade of parties and cotillions, yachts and polo matches.

    ^ Rose is traveling with her mother and fiancé, returning home to Philadelphia for her impending marriage, a destiny of polo matches, cotillions and the other mindless trappings of her privileged class.
    • Titanic - About The Production 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.filmscouts.com [Source type: General]

    .Always the same narrow people, the same mindless chatter.^ Always the same narrow people, the same mindless chatter.

    .I felt like I was standing at a great precipice, with no one to pull me back, no one who cared or even noticed.
  • Fifteen hundred people went into the sea when Titanic sank from under us.^ It's like we brought the people who made that voyage back to life."
    • Russell Carpenter -- Titanic 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.cameraguild.com [Source type: General]

    ^ Fifteen hundred people went into the sea when Titanic sank from under us.
    • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

    ^ I went into one of the rooms.
    • TITANIC Assignment 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC teachingvision.org [Source type: Original source]

    .There were twenty boats floating nearby and only one came back.^ Out of the 20 boats floating nearby, only one came back.
    • MySpace - Rose DeWitt Bukater - 103 - Female - myspace.com/never_let_go_____ 20 September 2009 13:12 UTC www.myspace.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ And I saw one boat with only 12 !
    • Titanic Fan Club | Fansite with photos, videos, and more 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.fanpop.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ There were twenty boats floating nearby and only one came back.
    • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

    One. .Six were saved from the water, myself included.^ Six were saved from the water, myself included.
    • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

    Six... out of fifteen hundred. .Afterward, the seven hundred people in the boats had nothing to do but wait.^ "Afterward, the seven hundred people in the boats had nothing to do but wait: wait to die, wait to live, wait for an absolution which would never come."

    ^ Old Rose : Afterward, the seven hundred people in the boats had nothing to do but wait: wait to die, wait to live, wait for an absolution which would never come.

    ^ Afterward, the seven hundred people in the boats had nothing to do but wait.
    • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

    Wait to die, wait to live, wait for an absolution that would never come.

Others

.
  • Benjamin Guggenheim: [after being offered a lifebelt] No, thank you.^ Upon being offered a lifebelt ] Benjamin Guggenheim : No thank you.

    ^ Sorry, no cameras or photography of any kind, thank you.
    • Titanic Historical Society, Inc. - Visit The Museum 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.titanic1.org [Source type: General]

    ^ I've got ten bucks in my pocket, I have no-nothing to offer you and I know that.
    • Titanic Quotes - Reel Movie News 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.reelmovienews.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    .We are dressed in our best, and are prepared to go down as gentlemen.^ We are dressed in our best, and are prepared to go down as gentlemen.
    • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

    ^ We are dressed in our best and are prepared to go down as gentlemen.

    ^ Guggenheim is best remembered for making the remarks "We've dressed in our best, and are prepared to go down like gentlemen" and "Please tell my...
    • Find A Grave - Titanic Passengers 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.findagrave.com [Source type: General]

    But we would like a brandy.
  • Wallace Hartley: Gentlemen, it has been a privilege playing with you tonight.

Dialogue

.Brock Lovett: Louis XVI wore a fabulous stone that was called the Blue Diamond of the Crown, which disappeared in 1792, about the same time old Louis lost everything from the neck up.^ Brock Lovett : Louis XVI wore a fabulous stone that was called the Blue Diamond of the Crown, which disappeared in 1792, about the same time old Louis lost everything from the neck up.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

^ She phones the treasure hunter Brock Lovett and informs him that she knows of the diamond, the Heart of the Ocean, and also the identity of the beautiful young woman in the portrait: "Oh, yes.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - TvWiki, the free encyclopedia 19 September 2009 21:57 UTC www.tvwiki.tv [Source type: General]

^ In 1996, treasure hunter Brock Lovett and his team explore the wreck of the RMS Titanic, searching for a necklace set with a valuable blue diamond called the Heart of the Ocean.
  • Titanic Trailer, Reviews, News, Cast & Discussions - Movie - SideReel 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.sidereel.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.The theory goes that the crown diamond was chopped too...^ The theory goes that the crown diamond was chopped too...
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

recut into a heart-like shape that became known as the Heart of the Ocean. .Today it would be worth more than the Hope Diamond.^ They are looking for a jewel--"The Heart of the Ocean"--believed to have gone down with the Titanic and reportedly more valuable than the Hope Diamond.

^ Eventually Jack and I became more than friends and it was at that point that I decided that when this boat docked I would get off with him.
  • MySpace - Rose DeWitt Bukater - 103 - Female - myspace.com/never_let_go_____ 20 September 2009 13:12 UTC www.myspace.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Today that amount of money would be worth nearly eleven billion dollars.
  • THE SINKING OF THE TITANIC 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.pacinst.com [Source type: Original source]

.Old Rose: It was a dreadful, heavy thing.^ Old Rose : It was a dreadful, heavy thing.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

^ Rose may be a 17-year-old, but she knows a thing or two.
  • Titanic Movie Review | Hollywood.com 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.hollywood.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.I only wore it this once.^ I only wore it this once.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

.Lizzy Calvert: [looking at Rose's drawing] You actually believe this is you, nana?^ He makes you believe Jack's feelings for Rose, and together in the sketching scene, he and Winslet produce as erotically charged a moment as you'll find in cinema this year.
  • Titanic . Gambit Weekly . 01-12-98 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.filmvault.com [Source type: General]

^ News of that find prompts a phone call from 101-year-old Rose Dawson Calvert ( Gloria Stuart ), who says it's her in the drawing.
  • Titanic Movie Review | Hollywood.com 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.hollywood.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Lizzy asks Brock if he believes Rose was on the Titanic, and he replies "Yeah, I'm a believer".
  • Titanic (1997 film) - TvWiki, the free encyclopedia 19 September 2009 21:57 UTC www.tvwiki.tv [Source type: General]

.Old Rose: It is me, dear.^ Old Rose : It is me, dear.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

Wasn't I a dish?

.Old Rose: It's been 84 years...^ Old Rose : It's been 84 years, and I can still smell the fresh paint.

^ 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.
  • Titanic Movie Reviews, Trailer & Summary-Spout 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.spout.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Old Rose : It's been 84 years...
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

.Brock Lovett: It's okay.^ Brock Lovett : It's okay.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

Just try to remember anything. Anything at all.
Old Rose: Do you want to hear this or not, Mr. Lovett? .It's been 84 years, and I can still smell the fresh paint.^ Old Rose : It's been 84 years, and I can still smell the fresh paint.

^ It's been 84 years, and I can still smell the fresh paint.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]
  • Titanic Movie Review 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.mediacircus.net [Source type: General]

^ SHIP OF DREAMS: The Making of "Titanic" "It's been 85 years...and I can still smell the fresh paint.
  • Titanic - About The Production 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.filmscouts.com [Source type: General]

.The china had never been used.^ The china had never been used.

.The sheets had never been slept in.^ The sheets had never been slept in.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]
  • Titanic Movie Review 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.mediacircus.net [Source type: General]
  • Titanic - About The Production 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.filmscouts.com [Source type: General]

.Titanic was called the Ship of Dreams, and it was.^ Titanic was called the Ship of Dreams.
  • Titanic - About The Production 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.filmscouts.com [Source type: General]

^ Titanic was called the Ship of Dreams, and it was.

^ Titanic was a ship of dreams.

It really was.

.Rose DeWitt Bukater: I don't see what all the fuss is about.^ About me: My name is Rose DeWitt Bukater.
  • MySpace - Rose DeWitt Bukater - 103 - Female - myspace.com/never_let_go_____ 20 September 2009 13:12 UTC www.myspace.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Rose DeWitt Bukater : I don't see what all the fuss is about.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

^ Patients at biography of rose dewitt bukater it.
  • BIOGRAPHY OF ROSE DEWITT BUKATER: Interested in Givenchy bag? Right place for it! Acetyl glycine n! 20 September 2009 13:12 UTC watche12.white.prohosting.com [Source type: General]

It doesn't look any bigger than the Mauretania.
.Caledon Hockley: You can be blasé about some things, Rose, but not about Titanic. It's over a hundred feet longer than the Mauritania and far more luxurious.^ Some are more problematical than others.
  • Post-Scarcity Princeton, or, Reading between the lines of PAW for prospective Princeton students, or, the Health Risks of Heart Disease - Paul's Post-scarcity Perambulations 19 September 2009 21:57 UTC www.pdfernhout.net [Source type: Original source]

^ What did you think about Titanic ?

^ It's over a hundred feet longer than the Mauritania and far more luxurious.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

.Your daughter is far too difficult to impress, Ruth.^ Your daughter is far too difficult to impress, Ruth.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

.Ruth DeWitt Bukater: So this is the ship they say is unsinkable.^ Ruth DeWitt Bukater : So this is the ship they say is unsinkable.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

^ Ruth : So this is the ship they say is unsinkable.

^ So this is the ship they say is unsinkable.

.Caledon Hockley: It is unsinkable.^ Caledon Hockley : It is unsinkable.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

.God himself could not sink this ship.^ "God himself could not sink this ship."
  • snopes.com: The Unsinkable Titanic 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.snopes.com [Source type: General]

^ God himself could not sink this ship.

^ A few doubts were expressed over the Jack-Rose romance, but nothing could beat the spectacular recreation of the ship sinking or the powerful image of the floating corpse field.
  • Titanic Movie Reviews, Trailer & Summary-Spout 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.spout.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]


.Molly Brown: Hey, uh, who thought of the name Titanic?^ Molly Brown : Hey, uh, who thought of the name Titanic ?
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

^ Molly Brown : Who came up with the name Titanic?

^ Enjoy a personal group tour guided by Captain Smith, Molly Brown and other notable Titanic passengers.

Was it you, Bruce?
.J. Bruce Ismay: Yes, actually.^ J. Bruce Ismay : Yes, actually.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

^ Ismay : : Yes, actually.

^ Ismay, J. Bruce 50 M Married Ship Owner; Able to read and write: yes, yes; Nationality: Gt.
  • ISTG Vol 6 - SS Titanic from SS Carpathia 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC immigrantships.net [Source type: Original source]

.I want to convey sheer size; and size means stability, luxury and, above all, strength.^ I wanted to convey sheer size, and size means stability, luxury, and above all, strength.

^ The first two were to be named Olympic and Titanic , the latter name chosen by Ismay to convey a sense of overwhelming size and strength.
  • History of RMS Titanic : Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.whoi.edu [Source type: General]

Rose DeWitt Bukater: Do you know of Dr. Freud, Mr Ismay? .His ideas about the male preoccupation with size might be of particular interest to you.^ His ideas about the male preoccupation with size might be of particular interest to you.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

^ You might be also interested in the following websites: .
  • Titanic Trailer, Reviews and Schedule for Titanic 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC movies.tvguide.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]
  • Titanic Trailer, Reviews and Schedule for Titanic 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC movies.tvguide.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ For any Resident Evil fans or who might know about the sub.Well you see,why...
  • What are the songs called in the movie called "Titanic"? 19 September 2009 21:57 UTC www.answerbag.com [Source type: General]

[Molly Brown and Thomas Andrews chuckle.]
.Ruth DeWitt Bukater: [whispering] What's gotten into you?^ Ruth DeWitt Bukater : [whispering] What's gotten into you?
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

^ In plainer English she was being forced by her snooty mother Ruth DeWitt Bukater into a (gasp!
  • Titanic Movie Review | Hollywood.com 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.hollywood.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Rose Dewitt Bukater in Titanic "When you're young and you fall off a horse, you may break something.
  • Cowboy/Horse Quotes - The ULTIMATE Horse Site 20 September 2009 13:12 UTC ultimatehorsesite.com [Source type: General]

.Rose DeWitt Bukater: Excuse me.^ Rose DeWitt Bukater's Friend Space (Top 7) .
  • MySpace - Rose DeWitt Bukater - 103 - Female - myspace.com/never_let_go_____ 20 September 2009 13:12 UTC www.myspace.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Rose DeWitt Bukater : Look, I know what you must be thinking.
  • Titanic (1997 film) - Wikiquote 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC en.wikiquote.org [Source type: General]

^ Contacting Rose DeWitt Bukater .
  • MySpace - Rose DeWitt Bukater - 103 - Female - myspace.com/never_let_go_____ 20 September 2009 13:12 UTC www.myspace.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[rises and leaves]
.Ruth DeWitt Bukater: I do apologize.^ Ruth DeWitt Bukater : So this is the ship they say is unsinkable.
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^ In 1912, young Rose boards the departing ship with the upper-class passengers and her mother, Ruth DeWitt Bukater, and her fianc?, Caledon Hockley.
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^ Ruth DeWitt Bukater : Tell us about the accommodations in steerage, Mr. Dawson.
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.Molly Brown: She's a pistol, Cal.^ Molly Brown : She's a pistol, Cal.
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^ MOLLY She's a pistol, Cal.
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^ Ismay seated with Cal, Rose, Ruth, Molly Brown and Thomas Andrews in the Palm Court, a beautiful sunny spot enclosed by high arched windows.
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.Hope you can handle her.^ Hope you can handle her.
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Caledon Hockley: Well, I may have to start minding what she reads from now on, won't I, Mrs. Brown?
.J. Bruce Ismay: Freud?^ J. Bruce Ismay : Freud?
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^ Jonathan Hyde as Joseph Bruce Ismay : Ismay is portrayed as an ignorant first-class rich man who does not even know who Sigmund Freud is.
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Who is he? Is he a passenger?

.Rose DeWitt Bukater: Look, I know what you must be thinking.^ Rose DeWitt Bukater : Look, I know what you must be thinking.
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^ ROSE Do you know of Dr. Freud?
  • Titanic Script at IMSDb. 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.imsdb.com [Source type: Original source]

^ I know I have nothing to offer you, Rose.
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."Poor little rich girl, what does she know about misery?"^ "Poor little rich girl, what does she know about misery?"

^ Poor little rich girl.
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^ What does she know about misery?
  • Titanic Script at IMSDb. 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.imsdb.com [Source type: Original source]

.Jack Dawson: No! No, that's not what I was thinking.^ Jack : No, no, that's not what I was thinking.

^ JACK No, the Chippewa Falls Dawsons, actually.
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^ Jack Dawson : No!
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.What I was thinking was, "What could've happened to this girl to make her think she had no way out?"^ No one believed it could happen.
  • Titanic 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.gwiz.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ What I was thinking was, what could've happened to this girl to make her feel she had no way out?

^ Make your way through the exhibits to the Memorial Room, where you'll find out if your passenger died or lived through the disaster.
  • Titanic - World's Largest Museum Attraction - Branson, Missouri 28 January 2010 2:02 UTC www.vacationsmadeeasy.com [Source type: General]

.Rose DeWitt Bukater: It was everything.^ Rose DeWitt Bukater's Friend Space (Top 7) .
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^ Rose DeWitt Bukater : Look, I know what you must be thinking.
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^ Contacting Rose DeWitt Bukater .
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.It was my whole world and all the people in it, and the inertia of my life.^ It was my whole world and all the people in it, and the inertia of