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Director James Cameron made Titanic, one of the most financially successful movies ever released. But his interest in the ocean liner that sank in 1912 goes did not end with that film, and this documentary is about a later expedition he made to the wreck of the ship. Remote-control camera technology means that it's possible to explore every corner of the ship - and it's remarkable (and quite eerie) to see dining tables still set.
Highly original comedy from Wes Anderson, about a famous documentary filmmaker specialising in undersea adventures.
14+ years 114 mins
A superb semi-documentary recreation that sticks closely to the facts of the stricken passenger cruiser the Titanic.
11–16 years 118 mins
Big-budget blockbuster following the forbidden romance of Jack and Rose aboard the doomed passenger ship Titanic.
11+ years 187 mins
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