Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Titanic - REVIEW

Film of the Day #83/ 300

Sometimes people are embarrassed to admit they enjoyed watching a movie, simply because it’s considered un-fashionable. Feeling passionate about Titanic is much like, being the iceberg that ultimately sunk the unsinkable. In appearance you must seem cool and only show the tip of your excitement with a nonchalant nod of approval. However, underneath the surface of the water you reveal the true depth and the definitive size of your love and enthusiasm for a timeless masterpiece. Extravagant, exhilarating, devastating, poetic, romantic and totally unforgettable, Titanic is an extraordinary achievement in filmmaking, where technology astounds, yet the human story shines even brighter. James Cameron’s spectacular demonstration of what modern technology can contribute to dramatic storytelling, resulted in a winning combination of a tale that’s modern and old-fashioned. Cameron skillfully managed what many believed was impossible, by recreating a completely believable Titanic that is filled with one memorable scene after another. Propelled by its enormous emotive power, Cameron’s visually compelling, monumental epic is a grand and classy production, which will leave you feeling as if the ships giant propellers have gouged into your heart. Your love for titanic may lie patiently like a shipwreck at the bottom of the ocean, but one-day it will be considered acceptable to love this movie. Your passion will finally be able to catch a breath of air and ultimately surface, revealing itself to the world.