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If I were to describe this movie in one word, I wouldn’t be able to. This movie takes my breath away, and never fails to bring me to tears every single time I watch it. The movie, Titanic, featuring Leonardo Di Caprio as “Jack Dawson” and Kate Winslet as “Rose Bukater” , is a beyond-beautiful movie. Director James Cameron’s fictional story of Jack Dawson (Leonardo Di Caprio), and Rose Bukater (Kate Winslet) entwined with real life occurrences was haunting and absolutely beautiful. 
Titanic presents a fictional love story on the historical setting of the Titanic. The plot is simple, and the end of the movie can be figured out within minutes of the start of the film, but the love story is an interesting one, however. Kate Winslet is wonderful as Rose, a young lady engaged to Cal (Billy Zane). Early on the voyage, Rose meets Jack Dawson, a lower class artist on his way to America after winning his ticket aboard the Titanic in a poker game. The two fall in love, and the audience sees the sinking of the Titanic basically through their eyes.
The sinking of the ship was absolutely incredible. I am always fascinated by the fact that the ship started to sink but, as is the nature of such events, everything looked normal for a while. People moved around as usual, the ship just kept motoring along. And yet we knew it would be under the water in a couple of hours. The gradual submersion is captivating, and technically brilliant. The overall effects of the sinking of the ship are breathtaking, and I can’t emphasize that enough about this part of the film.
I thought the performances of everyone were magnificent: I cared about the characters and their lives on and beyond the ship. Taking the time to introduce everyone and weave their stories together was outstanding. It was heartbreaking towards the end when you see the panic gradually set in, and it slowly descends into total chaos. You remember Jack telling Rose all the places he’s going to take her to and you imagine their love- filled lives together. A key to a film like this, is depth of character and their relationships with each other. No real people, means no emotional charge when a disaster happens. Jack and Rose’s relationship throughout the movie demonstrates that emotional charge. 
Titanic is visually pleasing in every way, dramatic, musically astounding, great acting and above all a fantastic story make this an undeniably iconic film. Titanic re-wrote film history in every way. I doubt many of us will see anything like it again. I’ve seen it more times than I care to count, and I still become mesmerized every time, with a feeling which is hard to describe. It is undoubtedly a romantic-drama unlike any other. 

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