Time Out Melbourne

The film you hate to love returns in a refurbushed 3D print. Mind, we can’t think why anyone would wish to convert James Cameron’s soppy, sloppy but oddly likeable aquatic love story to this irritating format, but then again, the inherently darker and blurrier characteristics of the 3D medium might just smooth over the blemishes of the film’s truly dodgy CGI. Granted, it was 1997 when it was first released, but even then we all thought the ship looked like a cartoon. A re-viewing of the current 2D trailer for the first time in aeons confirms our original thoughts. Still, where there’s muck…

Jon Landau on Titanic 3D

Titanic 3D details

Length: 194 minutes

Country of origin: USA

Year of production: 2012

Classification: M - Mature audiences

Showing 05 Apr 2012-17 May 2012

Director: James Cameron

Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet

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