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Winner of 11 Academy Awards (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), James Cameron's epic, high-seas romance mixed drama with adventure to become the highest grossing film of all time. This record was broken by Cameron's Avatar in 2010.

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, including Best Picture, Director, Cinematography and Editing, Academy Awards 1998. Best Film (Drama), Golden Globes 1998.

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Adventure, Drama, Romance, Historical



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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.

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)


The annoying wraparound tale is not enough to detract from a movie fit to be called a modern masterpiece. Against all odds, this is a picture that truly delivers: top performances and effects fuse to create one of the biggest movies you'll ever see.

Variety (USA)


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

The Best

Never fails to make me cry!