Titanic films

Titanic (1997) Rated PG-13

Winner of 11 Oscars, James Cameron’s effects-driven blockbuster puts a human face on a tragedy of epic proportions by wedding the historical tale of the doomed ocean liner with a fictional romance between two of the ship’s ill-fated passengers. Society girl Rose Dewitt Bukater and penniless artist Jack Dawson struggle to survive both the sinking ship — and the wrath of Rose’s wealthy fiancé.

Titanic: How it really Sank (2009) Rated NR

Explore the myriad causes that led to the catastrophic sinking of the Titanic with this fascinating program, which focuses on information from the official inquiry immediately after the sinking along with more recent revelations. Dramatizations show a series of human blunders that coalesced to lead to the legendary tragedy, destroying the beautiful ship and killing more than half the passengers aboard.

Titanic: Born in Belfast (2001) Rated NR

This thought-provoking program offers a behind-the-scenes look at the construction of the ill-fated Titanic, the lavishly grand White Star liner that infamously sank after striking an iceberg in the North Atlantic in 1912. Shot on location at the Titanic‘s birthplace in Belfast, Ireland, the film also includes rare interviews with people who actually saw the ship being built, as well as those who saw its one and only launch.

The Titanic (1996) Rated NR

A glamorous wife considers an affair with an old flame while a harmless pickpocket falls in with a conniving crook in this miniseries that reveals the private lives of passengers aboard the ill-fated ocean liner Titanic. The saga follows the trials and tribulations of passengers such as John Jacob Astor, his wife, Madeleine, and Molly Brown.

Titanica: IMAX (1995) Rated NR

Titanica follows a 1992 expedition to the wreck of the Titanic, the “unsinkable” luxury liner that collided with an iceberg and sank in 1912. Survivor Eva Hart’s memories add a human element to this documentary narrated by Leonard Nimoy. Combining beautifully preserved archival photography, Hart’s recollections and spectacular underwater footage of the shattered remains, Titanica brings to life a remarkable tale of history and human folly.

synopsis by Netflix.

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