- Starring: Kate Winslet (Titanic non-3D), Leonardo DiCaprio (Titanic non-3D) and Billy Zane (Titanic non-3D)
- Directed by: James Cameron
- Synopsis: “A tale of love that ‘never lets go’…unlike Rose!” Oh, and spoiler…the ship sinks! (sorry)
- Rated: PG-13
😀 Haha, okay. Don’t hate me! In all seriousness folks, I have absolutely no interest in sitting through another 3 hours of James Cameron’s amazing film. It’s obviously amazing as it is one of the biggest grossing films of all time! People LOVE it. I just have no inkling at all to check it out. I saw it once…that was enough. Ironically, that’s how I also felt about Cameron’s Avatar. Surely I’m not the only one who feels this way about Titanic. And actually, I KNOW I’m not. See, someone refilmed it in 5 seconds for me! Look!
ROTFLOL 😀 😀 😀 (You KNOW that was funny!) Don’t try to hide that laughter! I see you trying to hold your laughter in! 😉
If you’re wanting a serious review for Titanic 3D, you will have to look elsewhere. I just thought I’d take a moment and have some fun with it while I’m sure some of you are ready to come after me with torches, knives, and pitchforks!
Tell me, are you excited to see Titanic in 3D? Are you avoiding it? Do you care? Tell me why in the comments below!
(In no way do I intend this post to be disrespectful to the events of April 15, 1912…I just am entertainingly expressing my disinterest in revisiting those events and the mushy love story that James Cameron immortally attached to it.)
Thanks for reading! Happy Watching!
–T, The Focused Filmographer
My thanks to my friend “GoldenBear” for the line used in the pseudo-review!