Blockbusters Reviewed

Welcome to the 27th edition of My Fortnightly Movie/TV Thoughts!  Last fortnight, I reviewed Home Alone 4 (2002).  This fortnight, I’m reviewing:

  • Titanic (1997), rated M for mature themes and coarse language (in Australia)

That of course is the Australian rating; in the United States, it’s rated PG-13 for disaster related peril and violence, nudity, sensuality and brief language.

As usual, I’ll give the trailer and a clip at the end.

And as usual, just to be safe, I offer the following disclaimer:



Arguably the most famous sinking of all time – or at least one of them – the RMS Titanic struck and iceberg in the North Atlantic in April  1912 in its maiden voyage, sinking a matter of hours later, with catastrophic loss of life.  We’ve all heard of it – and most of us have heard of…

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                    1. We are doing well! Well actually my whole family including my wife and kids are a bit under the weather with coughs and all but overall we are doing well. How about you and your brother and family?

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  1. I watched this movie over and over when it first came out. And I love the music. I would play the CD in the car. One night, driving home I was caught in a severe storm, heavy rain, winds, thunder, lightning, the works. The music from Titanic was playing, I turned up the volume…….it was an amazing experience!!

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    1. I envy you – I wish I’d seen it in theatres. (Of course, I wasn’t born then.) I now want to rewatch it. (I saw it 1 1/2 times, when I borrowed it from the library.)
      The music really IS amazing! I confess that when I saw it, I struggled to hold back tears at times.

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