I can't deny that I have seen this movie numerous times, and so did we. And the loved love story in the ill fated steam ship has captivated the world and will now be relived in the re release of TITANIC in 3D. This brings the unlikely worlds of Jack and Rose. They will come across a lot of obstacles in their love affair as they will also fight to stay alive from the tragedy that looms with the ship thought to be unsinkable.

TITANIC 3D is also in line with its 100th anniversary of its maiden voyage on April 10th and its sinking on April 15th. I remember when this movie was released I was still in elementary but there is permanence that keeps one to watch it over and over again. As the luxury ship has been celebrated as one of the biggest moving object in the world at that time, the story was also the most successful movie of the 20th century grossing  $1.3 Billion Dollars. 

The movie has earned it way to the hearts of millions and billions who have watched it. With the very detailed and almost realistic scenes from the Titanic which still amazes me even up to now. With this re release in 3D, it has actually improved many of the scenes that I saw was blurry from the original film version. Actually, a astrologer even helped in making corrections in the starry sky where Rose is looking up which was said to be the same when the tragedy happened. Truly a timeless classic and I do consider as my favorite movie of all time, I want to watch it again and again and again! Also a great watch for this generation who have not seen the film.

TITANIC 3D distributed and released by 20th Century Fox. Showing in Theaters on April 7.

Deliberation time kids! 
Show summary in 3 lines: Iceberg right ahead!
Technical Effects: 5 out of 5 stars (The best technical effects that still gives chills to my spine)

Plot: 4 out of 5 stars (The story was too good to be true and I even thought that Jack and Rose were real passengers, well all of the rest are)
Acting and Actors: 5 out of 5 stars  (Oscar nominations and won, 'nuff said ) 
DVD worthiness: 5 out of 5 stars (worth buying for the second time in 3D!)
Music and Soundtracks:  4 out for 5 stars (The string quartet is embeded in my mind )
Overall: Rating 5 out of 5 stars (A classic that I can never get tired from watching over and over)

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