‘Titanic’ film proves to be unsinkable in 3-D
April 12, 2012 • Joanna Sanchez, Staff Writer
Filed under Entertainment
This year is the100th anniversary of the Titanic ship sinking. The director and writer James Cameron has transformed the original Titanic movie into a three dimensional film.
The movie itself is based on the Titanic RMs ship sinking as it collided with a iceberg on April 1912. In Cameron’s version of this movie, two completely different travelers aboard this ship. Kate Winslet plays “Rose Dewitt Bukator”, a first class lady engaged to a wealthy man. As everything is following its course Rose soon starts to feel pressured by her mother who is giving her no choice but to get married. Leonardo Dicaprio plays “Jack Dawson” a low class civilian that managed to get a ticket to board the ship in a poker bet. He joins the ship’s voyage with a fellow friend in which they both host in the third class level. He did not plan to adventure in this ship therefore, as climates change he starts to steal clothings. Jack has a carefree soul and always finds happiness in the worst situations. As these two main characters, from completely different social statuses, travel in the same ship, they meet each other and fall in love.
Now more than a decade after the movie was produced, the director and writer of this movie renews the movie into a three dimensional film which came out in April 6, 2012. James Cameron’s original version came out in 1997. This movie recreates the events that occurred when the Titanic RMs ship sank. Jack and Rose were proven to be fictional characters as Titanic FAQ states “ I hate to disappoint you, but there was no one aboard the ship with the same names as the movie’s leading characters.”
Even though this ship is deep in the Atlantic Ocean it still remains in the heart of many fans. It will once again send a wave of excitement to many Titanic fans nationwide.