Maybe it’s my age, but the Titanic movie will always be pretty special to me.
It’s 1997, I’m 11-years-old (and, let’s be honest, fairly badass for going to see a flick with a 12 certificate, right?), and although my Leonardo DiCaprio crush didn’t fully kick for at least another three years, I was captivated by his on-screen love affair with Kate Winslet.
Jack and Rose’s story is one that never gets old. A boy and a girl from differing social backgrounds meet during the ill-fated maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic – the “unsinkable” ship that sinks, a fascinating story even without the tale of the two lovers.
So, when we heard that the flick was being re-released in 3D to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the sinking, we were delighted. If there’s one thing we love more than Titanic, it’s 3D!
Not everyone is as delighted as we are though. Lots of films are being converted into 3D these days, but people are really kicking off about Titanic.
The funniest complaint we’ve heard is that people who have already seen the film will know how it ends – erm, we’re fairly sure most people know how it ends anyway.
We think it’s a great opportunity for a younger generation to see the flick, and for die-hard fans like us to see it in glorious 3D.
Fan of 3D? Keep an eye on our site for something special coming soon.