Titanic 3D

Out Now On-Demand

Collide With Destiny.

3D re-release of  James Cameron's 1997, Academy Award-conquering romantic epic starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

Story follows the fictional romance - between a rich girl (Winslet) and a poor bohemian (DiCaprio)  - set against the historic sinking of the Titanic, whilst on her maiden voyage  in 1912. Winner of 11 Oscars (one of only three films to win that many, alongside 1959's Ben-Hur and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King), this high-seas romance mixed drama with adventure to become the highest grossing film of all time. This record was broken by Cameron's own Avatar in 2010. 

Of the 3D conversion, Cameron says: "This will be Titanic as you've never seen it before, digitally remastered at 4K and painstakingly converted to 3D. With the emotional power intact and the images more powerful than ever, this will be an epic experience for fans and newcomers alike."



Winner of 11 Oscars, including Best Picture, Director, Cinematography and Editing, Academy Awards 1998.

Directed by

Written by

Adventure, Drama, Romance, Historical, 3D


Rating: M contains low level offensive language


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A.V. Club (USA)


That the familiar story of the Titanic disaster is told with suspense is not as surprising as Cameron's clear-headed balance of truth and fiction, spectacle and tragedy.

Chicago Sun-Times (Roger Ebert)


It is flawlessly crafted, intelligently constructed, strongly acted and spellbinding.

Empire (UK)


It should be no surprise then that it became fashionable to bash James Cameron's Titanic at approximately the same time it became clear that this was the planet's favourite film. Ever. Them's the facts.

Hollywood Reporter


A grand and classy production.

Los Angeles Times


What audiences end up with word-wise is a hackneyed, completely derivative copy of old Hollywood romances, a movie that reeks of phoniness and lacks even minimal originality.

New York Times


A huge, thrilling three-and-a-quarter-hour experience that unerringly lures viewers into the beauty and heartbreak of its lost world.

Total Film (UK)


Love turns to tragedy. Romance to disaster. Celine Dion warbles.

Variety (USA)


A spectacular demonstration of what modern technology can contribute to dramatic storytelling.



And when you consider that it tops a bum-numbing three-hour running time, then you have a truly impressive feat of entertainment achieved by Cameron.

Always Going To Be Epic

When this film first came out in cinemas, I was only six years old. So... I could never give up the chance to see this on the big screen! :) I'm not the hugest fan of 3D, being a poor glasses-wearing sufferer already, but even with the three hour length of this film, I was barely bothered by it! In fact, the 3D element and the general remastering of the film made it even more amazing to watch. I think the colours of the film in particular have been improved, so it all looks that much more lovely. Well, Leo's face did anyway ;) To get to the point, I don't think anyone could regret going to see this in 3D - it's just one of those epic films that will never grow old.

A movie worth watching in 3D

Amazing as always! Watching in 3D was pretty amazing as you see every detail, and felt as though you were there. If you love Titanic, watch it in 3D!