TITANIC in 3D review

ok, so many people saw i than i did. but James Cameron's Titanic never fails to bring giggles and tears to everyone who sees it, especially now when it will be re-released in 3D. it will be in memoriam of the lives lost when the ship sank 100 years ago at the North Atlantic.
again, we immerse in the story of Rose Dewitt-Bukater (Gloria Stuart) who narrates back the experience when she saw the news that "The Heart of the Ocean" is missing from an expedition. of course we all know the story of Rose (Kate Winslet) and Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) who found love in this unfortunate ship. the modern Romeo and Juliet still deserves their title as the top-grossing couple of all time.
go sit in the theaters and the movie still captures the audience's feelings as if they are seeing it the first time. we are again inspired by Rose's story and how she describes the unsinkable ship like how she smells the fresh paint of the Titanic, the furnitures and even the people who wore the finest clothes at their time.

there might been almost unnoticeable additions in the 3D version. before i think it was a censored version especially this part.
Titanic is still recommended to be seen in theaters. watch it in 3D starting April 7 in theaters.

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