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Titanic Review

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by AVForums Oct 1, 1999 at 12:00 AM

    Titanic Review
    The biggest movie of all time arrives on DVD. There's little point rehashing the plot, as apparently everybody in the world has already seen the film. Suffice to say that Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet star as the lovers who meet on the Titanic's doomed maiden voyage. To complicate matters, she's from the upper class and set to marry the mustache-twirling Billy Zane, while Leonardo is just a struggling artist looking for the proverbial pot. The plot may not be one of the finest committed to celluloid, but the love story is strong enough to bring a lump to the throat of even the most cynical viewer, and the spectacle offered by the film's final hour is unrivalled. This is cinema in its grandest form.

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