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« on: November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM »

Thank GOD I didn't have have to pay for this when it came out in theaters(I heard there was a breast shot in the film. That's what inspired me to go with my family to see it)! I can't believe the same guy who made Terminator and Terminator 2: Jugement Day made this crappy excuse based on a tragic day when a large ship sunk on the first day it sailed. I don't why my brother saw this movie again(he said he threw Milk Duds at the screen on the scene when Jack is holding Rose on the tip of the ship), even though he hatedit alot. Though, this movie does have interesting special effects and two good scenes: Kate Winslet's boobs(my mom covered my eyes during this scene but I moved so I could see the screen again)and when Leonardo Defaggio dies(OOOOOPS!! I spelled his name wrong!). There were more girls watching this turdy film at theaters than there were at a Hanson concert! Do like only good films? If so, stay away from this as possible. Do you like boring James Cameron films such as The Abyss and Piranha 2: The Spawning? If so, watch this movie. If you actully waste your time watching this film, give me your address so I can come to your home and beat you with a steel baseball bat. Don't worry. IT'S FREE!!!  :)
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2000, 08:16:07 AM »

If you want to watch a movie about the Titanic rent A Night to Remember. It's a lot better than this and it's also funny to see how much Cameron ripped off this movie.
K. Jung
« Reply #2 on: May 18, 2000, 09:13:09 PM »

It seems that the time finally has come to clarify
the movie selection process of

Movies here have been mostly B-movies with tight budget
but with unlimited imagination, by people who like movie making but with little talent.

That explains why did not review many mainstream bad movies such as Show Girls, Postman, and Armageddon or any crap like that. They are for

Max might not like Titanic, but there are too many stupid but fun movies worth his reviewing.

I think now is very appropriate time to review our collection and determine our criterion, removing some movies for the site's consistency.

As a huge fan of this site, I was amazed at Titanic here. should invest its resources in a more focused way.

What about the following movies as the candidate.

1. Flesh(not Flash) Gordon 1, 2
2. Escape from New York

It we have our opinion on which movie should be in this site, that will be a lot better.

« Reply #3 on: May 18, 2000, 03:41:42 PM »

I absolutely loved this movie and it brings me to tears everytime I watch it.  Now maybe I'm just a big sap, but it was a beautiful love story.  It showed that love can get us through even the most difficult situations and that we can love when all is taken from us as well.  Granted, anyone else would have been better cast than Leo, but the movie was wonderful.  I agree, the pg-13 rating was laughable...
« Reply #4 on: May 19, 2000, 10:59:51 AM »

Firstly, I just want to say that I was thrilled to see Titanic on here.  I couldn't wait to see it torn apart by someone other than me and my friends.  I hate this movie, and James Cameron should be bloody ashamed of himself.  When I saw it in the theatre, I kept cheering for Billy Zane as he tried to shoot DiCrappio and Winslett, and I had to try terribly hard not to laugh when, after promising to never let him go, Winslett disgustedly pries DiCrappio's cold dead fingers from her wrist and lets him sink into the ocean.  
« Reply #5 on: May 19, 2000, 11:09:18 AM »

Sorry, but this isn't even close to being a bad movie.  Of all the obvious choices for recent bad movies (Twister, ID4, Godzilla(1998), Armageddon) Titanic is a waste of time to even mention on this site.  Bad choice,
« Reply #6 on: May 21, 2000, 02:06:11 AM »

I apologize for watching this scene of the wimpy-ass, pathetic fall that the propellor guy did, I watched it three times to remind myself how bad the nightmare was when I was sitting in the theatre watching this garbage. Time of yours was wasted when I attrubited my visual sense to the rememberance of that infernal ship, for this I apologize. How can one payback time? Until then.............
Paul Westbrook
« Reply #7 on: May 24, 2000, 03:00:44 PM »

I must agree with the vast majority of film fans out there, and being an expert of film knowledge, I must ask WHY IS TITANIC ON THIS SITE? It is a cinematic achievement of epic proportions. Few movies far and few between equal the epic nature of this piece of filmmaking. This is a terrific movie, and I totally disagree with whoever deemed this a bad movie. And I do know my movies. How about 2000 Maniacs. What if it ends up on a site devoted to Oscar Winning Films? Titanic as a bad movie is a gross error in judgement.
Max Levin
« Reply #8 on: June 13, 2000, 10:46:33 PM »

I agree with those who finds this suckass-movie to be completely bad! Guess what? I saw this crappaholic on Friday the 13;th! That day many things went rockbottom for my sake, I remember, but this movie was the worst thing of them all! Christ! I even suggest Leo Da Crappaholio to return to the big screen as the same throwback he was in Gilbert Grape( DA-AMN heīs fantastic as a no-brainer! >:D)! Am I the only one in this world to find the acting bad here? Jacksī girlfriend( I hate her acting so much that I've forgot her name.) are so hysterical. "NoOo! NOT WITHOUT YoOoU!"=class of B-movie line. Many other actors are eyekillers too, but I donīt feel like dealing with them here. I hate this movie and James Cameron has become a p***y. Thatīs all folks!
« Reply #9 on: July 04, 2000, 08:33:32 AM »

Am I the only one who found this piece horse s**t movie sick? The whole thing was just to cash in on this horrible accident. It's just sick. Anyhow, there was only two good scenes in this s**tty film. The bobbie scene and the scene where Leo kicked the bucket (take that ya f**king wuss) }:D
« Reply #10 on: August 02, 2000, 04:22:56 AM »

This movie belongs on this site. It's the biggest fluke in the history of the movie industry and yes Jim is right Cameron did rip off alot from A Night to Remember. Plus the fact that cameron hasnt done a movie since and wont untill 2002 when he MIGHT do True Lies 2 shows how money has carupted(sp) this once great director.
some dude
« Reply #11 on: September 08, 2000, 09:33:34 PM »

well man, ive seen only about 5 minutes of this movie, and well i turned it off after that. i guess this just goes to show you that budget doenst make a good movie, special efects dont make a good movie, its the skill of the actors and the writing capabilities of the writer to make a good movie. most of the movies on this site are said to be "bad movies" just because they didnt have a huge budget. i mena i was sickened by the fact that anyone would let cameron spend $200,000,000 on a peice of s**t film like that. come on man, you know that most of the "big-budget" movies get good reveiws because of the fact they have "big-name" actors in them or they were directed by "big-name" directors. its bulls**t man, i happen to rather enjoy b-movies man, just for the fact that they are completely different from any other movie. all hollywood does is make a bunch of movies while a certain trend is going. man screw hollywood, f**k em all! anyways titanic was an otherwise chrome plated peice of s**t.
« Reply #12 on: September 16, 2000, 08:40:42 PM »

After seeing all of you say you hate it, what can I say, but, I hate it, too. But, I hated it first. I must admit it had its moments, but, I hate it, because it is historically
inaccurate. The filmmakers may have got most of their facts right, but, they got the flavor of the times wrong. Go back to the 1953 version of "Titanic" and that one scene between the captain and the chief engineer, that has more historical accuracy, then the entire 194 minute length of the 1997 version of "Titanic.  
Chris K.
« Reply #13 on: October 03, 2000, 05:53:50 PM »

Already people are really treating with disrespect due to TITANIC being on this website as a bad film. Now as a "professional" film critic myself, I don't see what the problem is? So what if this guy hates TITANIC, big deal! It's his opinion and the owner is expressing it. If we all thought the same the world will just be dull as Hell. Mainly, I thought TITANIC was a boring-ass flick (as a professional, I'll bet my soul that the readers didn't see that one coming). Just wasted money (about $200,000,000 to be exact) down the ole' John Crapper if you ask me. The special effects were okay, but strictly fake as hell (I told you that the CGI effects are crap). TITANIC was strictly aimed at the teenage and adult women audience. In other words: a "Chick-Flick". James Cameron has lost his touch with films so badly. I like the fact that he made ALIENS and TERMINATOR, but he directed PIRANAH 2: THE SPAWNING for God's sake! The acting on TITANIC was also a bit stiff and inanimate. Plus some continuty errors as well (I don't think women, or men, gave people the middle finger in 1912). Leonardo De Caprio is also one of the most awful actors ever unearthed from the grounds of Hollywood (rumor has it that he is even gay, but I will not jump into controversial matters at this time). Lets face it, big budget films are dead. They died in the late 1980s when independent films were being shoved off to the corner. Here are some big budget failures to think about: GONE IN 60 SECONDS, ARMAGEDDON, DEEP IMPACT, STIGAMATA, THE HAUNTING, SCREAM, I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER, CEADERS FALLING ON TREES, AMERICAN PIE, etc. Even producer Jerry Brukheimer, who does not pour heart-and-soul in producing, shows that bigger bugets aren't always better. Shoud I go on? Because of these failures, Hollywood will keep trying until they are demolished from the film industry and independent movies will save filmaking. As for James Cameron, his carrer is definately over for sure. His crap-a-thon television show is going to die out in less than a week. Plus that, for Cameron to accept the Academy Awards and say "I'm king of the world!" and "Let's prey for everyone who died on the ship!" shows that he is one of the worlds leading ass-kissers ever known to walk on the face of the earth. I think directors like Herschell Gordon Lewis, Andy Milligan, George A. Romero, Lucio Fulci, Mario Bava, Dario Argento, and Ridley Scott are more influencial than Cameron. Cameron is just a hack like De Caprio. Cameron creating a rip-off of A NIGHT TO REMEMBER is just more pathetic than Guss Van Saint's idiodical and incoherant remake of PSYCHO. All I can say about Cameron is "Quit while you are ahead." Andto top it all off, the breif nude scene should have given this film an R rating. To be honest, the MPAA does a bad job at giving films rating's . In the 1960s and 1970s, some films that featured graphic violence and nudity have recieved a PG rating. What the hell is with that? The film's of the 1960s and 1970s are more gratuidous and racy than the films of today, and they give those films a PG! Unbelievable! MPAA needs to get their facts straightined out.
In conclusion, TITANIC is one of the most boring and unsatisfying films ever made for the general audience. Now I know I will recieve a bad reputation with some of the fans out there, but lets be honest with ourselves: TITANIC is a dud! 30 years from now people will call this time-waster a chessy love story that is so boring that when the name "James Cameron" is spoken, the audience will shiver in fear due to his lack of knowledge, common sense, and inteligence. So judge me if you will for my comments, but I stick to them and if you want to insult me then I will just keep on fighting until this review is read by the reader and they say "I agree with you." And I hope the reader will agree with me and post up his/her comments and give his two-cents on the film just like I did. I would really appreciate that.
« Reply #14 on: October 08, 2000, 05:37:42 PM »

No, tell us what your really think, but, I agree. Still, it was not only popular among audiences (hey, what do they know) making it the top grosssing film of 1997, but, one of the top grossing films of all time. It was popular among "professional" critics (hey, they should have known better) too. Except for "L.A. Confidential," it made more top ten lists, then any film that year. And it was popular among the people of Hollywood (hey they really should have known better) who awarded it the Oscar for best picture and ten other Oscars. Interestingly enough, it was shut out of the acting and screenwriting categories. That is the first time that has happened for any picture that has won eight or more Oscars. Make of that what you will.
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