William Thomas Berk, CHUD
Sun, 07/01/2012 - 9:33pm
First off, I apologise if this is the wrong subreddit. Please PM me directions on where to ask before you remove this. Then my actual question. I saw a movie a few years ago that, as far as I can remember, was kinda funny. It starts off with cracked glass and the publisher's name.
I think Titanic has a lot of good qualities. Sure it's silly at times, but DiCaprio and Winslet are good, and once the ship starts sinking the film becomes so atmospheric. It really feels like being doomed at sea with the characters. But I have only seen the film 3 times.
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