Clearly the Titanic is an incredibly accurate movie besides the obvious things like Jack and Rose and the Heart of the Ocean. There are some other fictional parts as well but I think James Cameron had good reasoning behind his additions. If Cameron wasn’t so accurate with most parts of the movie like character’s appearances, the ship itself, evacuation processes, passenger’s actions and reactions, language, music played on the ship, and even actual footage of the wreckage underwater, then I wouldn’t think his inaccuracies would be appropriate. But they are. They just give the film so...
Okay, so I've been reading stories on Fanfiction.net and some of the stories have alternating POV, from Jack to Rose, so I'm going to re-edit my first story using alternating POVs, so please tell me what you think and if you guys like it, I'll re-edit my other stories like this. And if you see this ~, it means that it's the beginning of a flashback, thanks, and hope you enjoy:) and I am working in the Tommy and Fabrizio story, but I have writers block at the moment so I thought I would do this instead.
I was nine years old when Titanic was released, and I was probably like a lot of you then. I idolized Jack Dawson and had pretty much written Cal off as just another bad guy. I'm probably the last person you'd expect to say that,right? But then I found something that completely changed my mind about him.
One day my dad brought a copy of James Cameron's Titanic home from the library, and when I was reading it, I came upon this quote from Billy Zane: "[Cal's] heart is breaking just as he's realizing he has one." I never really thought about...