Hi guys, I'm going to make another comparison with this film to another real-life film by Disney, Pocahontas. Are you ready?
This was the very first American historical film that I had seen, and I was really amazed that the relationship between Pocahontas and John Smith in real life were different from their movie counterpart.
In real-life, Pocahontas was only 16 years old (correct me if I'm wrong) when she met John Smith. She saved him from being executed by her father and that she wanted peace.
Hallo bij deze verkopen we nieuwe Titanic klokken (afkomstig van Titanic tentoonstelling in Brussel). Model is replica van klok zoals in Titanic hing. Klokken zijn geproduceerd door bekende horlogefabrikant Steffen.
We hebben nu nog partij klokken op voorraad (op = op). Prijs per klok € 38. Betreft unieke klokken want ze zijn niet in winkel of elders te koop. Op tentoonstelling kostten ze destijds € 75.maar nu kunt u ze ook kopen in een grote partij en dan krijgt u gegarandeerd korting
Hi everybody, since this article is about my personal choice for the funeral music on the Titanic, especially on those whose life has been perish, are you ready?
1) Fallen Embers by Enya
This song was played during the 9/11 commemoration along with 'Only Time' and whenever I listen to it, there was a video on Youtube that this song was played at the ending, showing us the wreck of the ship in the sea.
2) Summa in Strings by Arvo Part
Although the title sounds hippy, the music is very sad and it is especially good for a funeral.
A few years ago, I watched Nicholas Spark's The Notebook and I noticed a number of similarities between this movie and Titanic that I would like to write it down.
Noah reminds me a lot of Jack, because he comes from a poor family and falls head over heels with Allie on the first day that they met.
The beginning is also very much similar like the beginning of Titanic, because when our 2 characters are old and tells us during their younger days. The same with Rose when she told her story to her granddaughter and the other researchers on the...
Titanic is a 1997 American epic romantic disaster film directed, written, co-produced, co-edited and partly financed by James Cameron. A fictionalized account of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, it stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ship during its ill-fated maiden voyage.
Cameron's inspiration for the film was predicated on his fascination with shipwrecks; he wanted to convey the emotional message of the tragedy and felt that a love story interspersed with the human loss would be essential to achieving this....
hey did you hear about the day April 15 1912 the day that the most long and best ship called the Titanic when the Titanic was on there way to New York city but on April 15 1912 at 2 o clock they crash into a iceberg then they sank in the bottom of the ocean it was all over the world it was on a lot of news and in newspaper it was so sad and good for the people that made it and went to New York but in 1997 a group of people going to find the Titanic in August they look everywhere but they found it they also found died bodies on the broken ship and the mud they also found a persons bones on the...
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.
Since this year marks 20 years since Titanic's release (already!), would anyone buy a 20th Anniversary Edition of the movie? It could be an extended edition or a 4K release. I will create a poll, if anyone is interested in voting! Our request for a 20th Anniversary Edition should be heard, therefore I urge everyone to contact 20th Century Fox via this page: link and request it!
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