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In my OPINION, “Titanic" is the best and the most touching tragedy movie made by director James Cameron. The leading parts ARE playED BY BEAUTIFUL Kate Winslet and fantastic Leonardo DiCaprio. It won 11 Oscars. This is THE world's blOckbuster and everyone should watch it.

The film is about A love story and A large shipwreck. In 1912, A strong and reportedly unsinkable ship starts ITS JOURNEY to THE USA. The love story starts when rich and BEAUTIFUL Rose meets poor Jack with painting talent. First they are friends but soon THEIR romance begins. It's A really STRONG and BEAUTIFUL love. But THERE is one problem. Rose has A rich fiancé but she doesn't love him. Rose and Jack's secret love is GETTING STRONGER AND STRONGER until THE moment when THE ship hits AN iceberg.

I think the screenplay is sometimes funny but mostly IT is VERY sad and it keeps THE AUDIENCE in suspense. THE soundtrack is terrifying and very sad BUT IT IS often MERRY and MYSTERIOUS. There ARE exciting special effects. THE main actors ARE perfectly suitED TO their roles.

To sum up, “Titanic" is for everyone who likes love storIES or DISASTER movies. But if you are looking for a comedy or A funny love story, “Titanic" isn't for you. Probably you can cry when the ship hits AN ICEBERG and people die.

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Myślę, że Titanic jest najlepszym i najbardziej wzruszajacym filmem tragedii zrobionym przez reżysera Jamesa Camerona. Główne role grają piękna Kate Winslet i fantastyczny Lenoardo DiCaprio. Dostał 11 Oskarów. Ten film jest hitem światowym i każdy powinien go obejrzec.

Film jest o historii miłosnej i o wielkim rozbiciu statku. W 1912 cudowny, mocny i podobno niezatapialny statek zaczyna podróż do USA. Historia milosna zaczyna się kiedy bogary i piękna Rose spotyka biednego Jacka z malarskim talentem. Najpierw są oni przyjaciółmi, ale wkrótce zaczyna się ich romans. To jest naprawdę wielka i piekna miłośc. Lecz jest jeden problem. Rose ma narzeczonego, ale ona go nie kocha. Ich sekretna milośc jest coraz mocniejsza aż do chwili kiedy statek uderza w górę lodową.

Myślę, że scenariusz jest czasem zabawny ale częściej bardzo smutny i trzyma w napięciu. Ścieżka dźwiękowwa jest przerażające i bardzo smutna ale często wesoła i tawmnicza. Główni aktorzy doskonale posują do swoich ról.

Podsumuwując Titanic jest dla wszystkich, którzy lubią miłosne historie i katastroficzne filmy. Ale jeśli szukasz komedii albo zabawnej historii miłosnej, totanic nie jest filmem dla ciebie. Możliwe możesz płakac kiedy statek uderzy w górę lodową i kiedy ludzie bedą umierac.
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Najlepsza Odpowiedź!

I went into Titanic with trepidation: it is being hailed as one of the best love stories depicted on film. Cynical as I am, I don't think much of movies with a romantic theme to them. However, I was curious to see the spectacle that director James Cameron had created. Fortunately for me, Titanic is not only great in terms of action, effects, and visuals, but also provides excellent commentary on the issue of the class struggle.

Jack Dawson (Leonardo Di Caprio) is a young boy who wins passage to America aboard the Titanic in a lucky game of poker (upon boarding the ship, Jack tells to his friend that they are "the luckiest sons of bitches in the world"). Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet) is travelling to America, to be married to Cal Hockley (Billy Zane), a situation she is not thrilled about. Sparks fly when Dawson manages to talk Rose out of jumping overboard, but tragedy awaits as the unsinkable ship hits and iceberg and begins to flounder.

In the movie, this story is presented to the audience as a flashback. The narrator is Rose, 101 years old, with the last name Dawson. She tells the story to a treasure hunter (Bill Paxton), who is looking for the famous (and valuable) Heart of the Ocean, a diamond that was given to Rose by her fiance, Hockley.

The recreation of the ship, both the exterior (the rendering for which was done using Digital Alpha processors running Linux) and the interior are impeccable. The dialogue is witty and brilliant. The movie is slow at times, but reaches its climax when the ship begins to sink. The fact that Cameron takes his time in telling the story makes it all the more tense. Cameron could've skimped in any of these areas (dialogue, cinematography, effects, authenticity) and still come out with a great movie, but he doesn't. He sticks to the formula that has worked in other great epic movies, and he pulls it off one hundred percent.

The ship was thought to be unsinkable, and so a compromise was made on the number of lifeboats aboard. When the ship did sink, it is the richest that got first priority on the lifeboats. While they waited in half-full lifeboats, they were exposed to the cries of people freezing to their deaths and didn't do a thing to help them. If a similar tragedy were to happen today, would the result be any different?

The acting is excellent by all concerned, but I was most impressed by Zane. The nice thing about a ship sinking is that it is a relatively slow event, and Cameron takes every advantage of it. The depiction of the mighty ship going under is so much larger than life and I feel this is the most magnificent part of the movie. Just for that reason alone, Titanic is a movie not just to be seen, but to be experienced. So make sure you see it on the big screen. It goes to show that the concept of the disaster movie is far from dead.
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