Titanic 3D is a movie that has long been anticipated, and what better director to foresee the 3D version of this epic movie than the original director, James Cameron himself.
The award-winning director is well-known for his highly innovative films, including the gigantic Avatar and the old Titanic, which is a movie for the ages.
And the 3D version doesn’t stray away from the grandeur of the movie; in fact, the way 3-D has been done in this film enhances it, according to Christie Lemire of the Associated Press.
Lemire points out that unlike hastily done 3-D films, this one is actually well-made, and it’s obvious from the results that Cameron and his team really spent lots of time editing each frame and trying to create the semblance of depth.
Specifically, it took about 60 weeks and a 300-strong crew to reconstruct each frame.
In addition, Lemire states that Titanic 3D makes the story new in some way, even though most of us are already familiar with the plot.
Jack looks more charismatic, Rose looks more freethinking, the romantic, safe haven part of the story looks more beautiful, and the second half, with its tragic scenes, looks more visually appealing.
The movie lasts 3 hours and 15 minutes long and is rated PG-13.