Director: James Cameron
Screenwriter: James Cameron
Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Frances Fisher, Gloria Stewart, Bill Parks Leighton / Bernard Hill / David Warner / Victor Garber / Jonathan Hyde / Suzy Amis / Lewis Abernathy / Nicholas Cascone / Anatoly Sagalovich / Danny Nucci / Jason Berry / Ewan Stewart / Ian Gruffard / Jonathan Phillips / Mark Lindsay Chapman / Richard Guerra John / Paul Brightwell / Eric Britton / Charlotte Chatton / Bernard Fox / Michael Insynn / Fanny Brett / Martin Jarvis / Rosalynn Ailes/ Rochelle Ross/ Jonathan Evans-Jones/ Simon Crane/ Edward Fletcher/ Scott Anderson/ Martin East/ Craig Kelly/ Gregory Cook / Liam Tui / James Lancaster / Elsa Raven / Lou Palt / Terry Foresta / Kevin De La Noe i/…
Genre: Drama / Romance / Disaster
Languages: English / Italian / German / Russian
Released: 1998-04-03 (Mainland China) / 1997-11-01 (Tokyo Film Festival) / 1997-12-19 (USA)
Length: 194 minutes / 227 minutes (White Star Version)
Also known as: Titanic (Hong Kong/Taiwan)
Rating: IMDB 7.9 / Rotten Tomatoes 88%
On April 10, 1912, the luxury liner Titanic, known as the “miracle in the history of world industry”, started her maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New York, USA. Rich girl Rose (Kate Winslet) sat in the first-class cabin with her mother and fiance Carl; on the other side, the bohemian teenage painter Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) was also in a gamble on the pier Won a lower class ticket.
Tired of the hypocritical life of the upper class, Rose was unwilling to marry Carl, and planned to throw herself into the sea, but was rescued by Jack. Soon, the beautiful and lively Rose fell in love with the handsome and cheerful Jack. Jack took Rose to the dance party in the lower cabin and painted her portraits, and their feelings gradually heated up.
Sunday night, April 14, 1912, was a calm night. The Titanic crashed into an iceberg, the “unsinkable” Titanic was facing the fate of sinking, and the budding love between Rose and Jack would also experience the test of life and death.
Titanic is a 1997 epic romance-disaster film directed by James Cameron and starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. The film tells the story of a romance between a poor artist named Jack and a wealthy socialite named Rose, set against the backdrop of the ill-fated maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic in 1912.
The film is notable for its lavish production design, stunning visual effects, and memorable performances from its cast. DiCaprio and Winslet received critical acclaim for their roles, and the film won a record-tying eleven Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director for Cameron.
Despite its massive success, Titanic has also faced criticism for its portrayal of historical events and its focus on a fictional romance rather than the real-life tragedy of the Titanic sinking. However, its enduring popularity has made it one of the highest-grossing films of all time, with a worldwide box office gross of over $2 billion.
Overall, Titanic is a sweeping and emotionally powerful film that captures the tragedy and romance of one of the most famous disasters in history. Its epic scale and timeless themes continue to captivate audiences over two decades after its release.