Titanic 3D (2012) Review Aggregator
‘Titanic in 3D’, the 2012 re-release of 1997 film Titanic, converted to 3D format graced the Indian screens today. The film is a fictional account of the maiden voyage of RMS Titanic and the shipwreck sinking, during April 1912. Critics in the Indian subcontinent are as wowed as ever!
DNA India feels its worth a visit anyway, 3D or no 3D: “The 3D works in many scenes, including the final 20 minutes detailing the sinking, Jack’s frozen nose and bodies of passengers painting a grim picture on the ocean landscape. Rest of the film works just fine without 3D. Cameron creates pure cinematic magic in Titanic 3D. It is perfectly crafted, and commands a visit, 3D or no 3D.”
Rediff seems to have been bowled over: “Titanic’s triumph lies in its uncompromising grandeur while constructing the fragility and fickleness of life, romance and science supported by comprehensive research, flawless detailing, rich sub-text and ingenious filmmaking. Personally, it reinforces my thoughts about two things — if you haven’t loved, you haven’t lived and I have got to learn swimming.”
Zee News says its a phoenix that rises to amaze: “Once you walk out of the theatre after watching ‘Titanic 3D’, your mind can hardly register the happenings around you. Such is the charm of ‘Titanic’, and such is the work of art that James Cameron has breathed fresh life into.”
Tags: James Cameron, Kate Winslet, Leonardo Di Caprio, Titanic, Titanic 3D