James Cameron /
Runtime=194 Minutes /
Titanic is a movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, and Billy Zane. A seventeen-year-old aristocrat falls in love with a kind but poor artist aboard the luxurious, ill-fated R.M.S. Titanic /
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General Information Dunkirk Official Website IMDB, Wikipedia Rotten Tomatoes Box Office Mojo Interviews with Nolan and others (videos) 🎬 Film4 – Christopher Nolan on Dunkirk 🎬 Film4 – Nolan, Styles, Rylance and more 🎬 Today Show – Nolan and Rylance 🎬 The Late Show – Kenneth Branagh Historical information Dunkirk Evacuation – Wikipedia Contemporary Manchester Guardian coverage Reviews There are probably too many to include here, the links above to IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes list reviews from major publications. Some representative samples: Dunkirk review – Christopher Nolan’s apocalyptic war epic is his best film so far (Guardian) Dunkirk – Film Review (Hollywood Reporter) Dunkirk () Comments on the movie’s realism by historians and eyewitnesses There are a wide set of viewpoints concerning how accurately the movie portrays the events of Dunkirk. Positive: What’s Fact And What’s Fiction In Dunkirk Everything That’s Great About Dunkirk, According to a Dunkirk Historian Negative: Dunkirk – inaccurate film has touches that reflect the truth (Yorkshire Post) Bloodless, boring and empty: Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk left me cold (Guardian) Bonus: 🎬 Dunkirk veteran moved to tears over realism of new film Dunkirk Visuals and IMAX Dunkirk was filmed primarily on 65mm and IMAX stock, and is intended for viewing in IMAX. Vox provides some background Does It Really Matter How You See Dunkirk? (Slate) – Slate compares the experiences of the various different formats available Official site’s IMAX/70mm theater finder Screenplay and story (This section needs more links) The Screenplay Nolan himself says he was trying to create a dramatic equivalent of a Shepard Tone or Barberpole illusion when writing the film. A possible inspiration for the character of Mr Dawson was former Titanic Officer 🎬 Charles Lightower, who sailed his yacht Sundowner to Dunkirk. ( Discussion) – spotted by /u/Showmethepathplease RAF Pilot Farrier is reportedly inspired by Alan Christopher Deere. The Music Dunkirk’s music is primarily an original score by Hans Zimmer Amazon Prime subscribers can listen to the 🔊 Dunkirk: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack for free. The score includes elements from Elgar’s ” Nimrod “. Nimrod is famous within Britain and is widely used as a musical representation of Britain herself. Again, Amazon Prime subscribers can listen to 🔊 Elgar Variations: Nimrod for free. Nimrod was adapted for the Dunkirk sountrack by Benjamin Wallfisch, and can be heard as the symphonic music played at the end of Home, at times during the End Titles, and throughout Varation 15. Zimmer also uses Nimrod’s initial notes as a motif, at the beginning of The Mole, and during The Tide. A consistent motif in the music, suggested by Nolan, is a series of notes arranged as a Shepard Tone, an auditory illusion of tones that apparently continually ascend in pitch. 🎬 The sound illusion that makes Dunkirk so intense – Vox Trailers 🎬 Official Main Trailer 🎬 Trailer 1 🎬 Trailer 2 – Extended.
I don’t understand why so many people are getting upset at this video. It’s nothing more than a rendition of how the ship itself sank. That’s it. It’s not mocking what the people on board went through, it’s simply about the physics of what happened.
How owned the Titanic.
Does supermac18 love Titanic.
Was Titanic an acident.
I watched an interview with a survivor from the ship a while ago, she described how at the age of 97 (somewhere around that age) she could still hear the sounds of everyone screaming and people drowning perfectly clear. It was haunting to imagine.
Who is Titanic maker.
Did Titanic realy sink.
All about the Titanic.
Titanic: An IMAX 3D Experience
Leonardo DiCaprio in “Titanic. ”
Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in “Titanic. ”
Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio in “Titanic. ”
Billy Zane and Leonardo DiCaprio in “Titanic. ”
Billy Zane and Kate Winslet in “Titanic. ”
Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson and Danny Nucci as Fabrizio in “Titanic. ”
Gloria Stuart as Rose in “Titanic. ”
Kate Winslet in “Titanic. ”
Bill Paxton as Brock Lovett in “Titanic. ”
A scene from “Titanic. ”
Bill Paxton, Gloria Stuart and Suzy Amis on the set of “Titanic. ”
Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio and director James Cameron on the set of “Titanic. ”
Billy Zane in “Titanic. ”
Kate Winslet and Frances Fisher in “Titanic. ”
Billy Zane, Frances Fisher, Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio in “Titanic. ”
Kathy Bates in “Titanic. ”
Frances Fisher in “Titanic. ”
Poster art for “Titanic: An IMAX 3D Experience. ”
Poster art for “Titanic. “.
Its technically a grave site would you want someone digging up your grandma.
Consequences of the Titanic.
Happen 16 years from movie.
Where did titanic drown.
Builders of the Titanic.
This documentary is awesome I love histories.
Titanic Notes for Piano.
This movie is one of the most beautifully designed portrayals of a story that everybody has heard about. Titanic is the kind of movie where you either love it or you hate it. There’s really no in between.
I love this film. I definately don’t hate it, and since it is close to being one of my most favorite films, I’ll go all the way and say that I do indeed love it. With so many mixed comments about how it was so awful, or how it was the best film in the history of filmmaking, I just have to comment on it.
I am pretty confident in saying that everybody has seen this. Most people complain about how it had such a big budget and that the sinking part of the movie was so unreal. Others say that the cast was made up of the worst actors possible. Let me break my opinions down into different sections of the movie.
I thought that the cast did a very well job. When the time that Titanic was at the theaters, there was so much hype about Leonardo DiCaprio. After a while, the publicity was a little too much and it started to become old news. I agree that his part as Jack Dawson was an excellent role. Watching him for three hours + isn’t too bad either. Kate Winslet gave a good breakthrough performance as Rose and I liked her style as to how she made the character come alive. The only problem that I had with her was that towards the end where it was focused just on her, she became a real snooty b. That’s okay, I guess that it was good for her to act in that certain mood. The entire cast, and I mean every last person, did an absolutely spectacular job. Frances Fisher, Kathy Bates, Billy Zane, Bill Paxton, Gloria Stuart, Bernard Hill, Victor Garber, and everyone else that was involved were really good.
The writing was terrific. A lot of time and thought went into this script. After hearing that it was over three hours long, I had no intention on seeing it. But I went and saw it and was especially impressed with the writing that James Cameron put into it. Being that it is such a long movie, the script had to hold up well for the entire time. Not once did I think that it was boring or did I ever want to skip a part. That is one of the problems with most newer movies. Too many unnecessary parts are added in to take up time. Titanic was fine with everything pertaining to the script.
The plot was a little original but still held my attention. A first class girl falling for a steerage boy and vice versa. Each scene and situation that the two were in really made it enjoyable. Both actors played these parts good and made it somewhat believable that they were star-crossed lovers. One problem that I had with the plot was that the meeting and getting to know each other was a little on the hurried side. They meet, fall in love, etc. We know the story.
Maybe the special effects were the majority of the movie considering that the second half deals with the sinking of the ship. A lot of computers and a ton of money helped make the film a success. I’m not one for movies where special effects take over the entire film but there were enough in Titanic to where it still stayed realistic. Plus they were really good.
A big part of the film that I liked was the music and score for it. After a couple of songs, they all started to sound somewhat similar, but I was still able to get along with it.
Just a little word on what I think the most annoying scene was. It famous “I’m the king of the world” line. It wasn’t awful, but it was a minor part that could have been left out.
I know that I’m forgetting something and as soon as I submit this, I’m going to remember it. Anyway, my final words are that this was a over-hyped, not overrated film that is still good to watch every now and again. I think that it was a little bad that Cameron and his crew set aside as much money as they did, just for one film. I am glad that the gained all of it back plus more. A little long, maybe ease up on the FX, s about it. It was a very good movie. However, to get some ORIGINAL lines and writing, be sure to see A Night to Remember, and when it’s available, see Titanic: The CBS Miniseries.
Ok but i wanna see people with todays HD cameras and go back down there.
Who sivived the Titanic.
Titanic: unsinkable Iceberg: hold my ice.
What did Titanic mean.
Titanic spa 2 for 1 overnight.
Dose abody like the titanic.
So I just re-watched Infinity War again and got salty af that the half an hour of special features on there are absolute TRASH. This is one of the biggest movies of all time and there’s nothing on there. So I wrote my own wish list to get the anger out of my system. Sharing it here cos why not. AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR – THANOS EDITION Revisit Marvel’s record breaking 2018 hit in an all new, never before seen special edition 2-disc package. With an extra added 30 minutes, this extended cut of Infinity War brings to you more insight in The Mad Titan’s conquest for the Infinity Stones and more action in the battles on Wakanda and Titan! All this brought to you as intended in it’s original IMAX aspect ratio, get the full Avengers cinematic experience at home. Intro (1:32): Directors Joe and Anthony Russo offer a few thoughts. Available only under the “Play” menu screen option. Strange Alchemy (20:34): A look at bringing together so many of the characters from the Marvel universe and how the Guardians of the Galaxy finally met the Avengers. Becoming Thanos (29:18): Witness Josh Brolin’s amazing journey in bringing to life The Mad Titan, from his raw on set performance to final visual effects created by Weta and Digital Domain. Resurrecting The Red Skull (18:40): See how this fan favourite became a key element of the movie along with actor Ross Marquand and get a behind the scenes insight into the Vormir sequence. The Snap: From Source to Screen (21:00): Join Jim Starlin and writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely as they discuss writing the movie and the inspiration they took from the comic books. The Black Order (23:20): A deeper look into the creation of Thanos’ children, The Black Order. War in Wakanda (31:57): A look at the Georgia location that stood in for the fictional African kingdom, constructing the battle’s dynamics, scope, digital constructs, and making the film’s final moments. Beyond the Battle: Titan (25:44): A close exploration in the making of the film’s battle on Titan: it’s visual style, Brolin’s performance, practical photography and digital construction, end movie twists, and more. Cut the Check! An On Set Tour with Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan (8:39): See what secrets the crew’s favourite pair try to uncover as they explore the various lesser know departments on the Infinity War sets. The Visual Effects of Infinity War (14:57): Visit the various effects houses and their hundreds of artists involved in bringing to life the world of the Avengers. The Music of Infinity War (12:23): Join Alan Silvestri and the Russo Brothers at Abbey Road Studios in London as they add the final touches to the film and create the score and sound. Directors Roundtable (30:03): Eight amazing directors reflect on how their movies contribute to the MCU’s larger storytelling adventure. Ten Years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (16:47): A look back with the cast, directors and producers over the past ten years of Marvel and how they created the unprecedented and wildly successful MCU. The Future of Marvel (5:06): A sneak peak into the next few years of Marvel with Kevin Feige. Gag Reel ( 4:05). Audio Commentary: Directors Joe and Anthony Russo and Writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely dive deeply into the film’s story, the technical details of the shoot, interweaving plot elements from previous films, audience draw to the film, the balance between action and emotional content, editing, and much more. The track is very organic and never feels as if it’s jumping from one subject to another. This is an enjoyable, free flowing discussion of the film that offers quality insight that fans should appreciate.
Goodbye! Goodbye I won’t miss you. I’ll probably forget you because I don’t even know half the people here! Goodbye.
The full Titanic movie its 3 hour and this its 1.
This language runed 😔this movie, ciaaaaa.
“ you know somebody “ 😭.
Its a big loss for everybody wish i could walk through this ship.♥️.
Why was the Titanic named Titanic.
The thought still scares me even if i do not belong to that era, whenever i hear about titanic there’s an unusual Deja Vu which i feel & feel very sad.
Is Titanic romantic.
What Titanic Officers survived.
Dang Im here 10 years later lmao.
Who directed Titanic.
This made me cry 😭 like if u did to.
Titanic song on recorder.
It shouldnt be lifted even if it could. It is a mass graveyard.
Wow the band survived? Badass they’re still playing at the bottom of the Atlantic.
Titanic is my absolute favorite of all time! My mom told me that from the time I was 3 to now I could sing my heart will go on but not all with the right words! LOL I listen to the CDs ALL the time, I even tried to stand on my tip toes like rose. I cry every time i watch it but it’s still my favorite. ❤ GO TITANIC.
Ruth becker Titanic passenger.
Who recovered the Titanic.
Can you get the map of the site? how much are they.
Year of titanic collision.