9 April 2012

Titanic 3D Film Review

Made Barry go and see this, as I never saw it in the cinema. The opening still drags as it sets up relationships with the cast who are about to go down with the boat. However when you get to the sinking, the sequences are superbly realised. The 3D conversion on these pieces in particular it very good, with water gushing towards you at every turn. This is worthy of a conversion and re-release, go see it now before it vanishes back into James Cameron's vault!

Ben 7 out of 10
Barry 3 out of 10


1 comment:

Jay Lo said...

Thanks for the info! I’m hoping to view this movie, but I've been busy as of late and I might miss the 3-D version. I’ve heard its awesome and just as good as watching it the first time. I watch Titanic all the time on my Hopper DVR, where I can access it on my Blockbuster @ Home feature. I can stream to my iPad, or right on TV. I can watch this from any room on the Hopper, which has the most record time with over 250 hours of HD. This was an awesome recommendation from my coworker at DISH.