The Movie That Goes On
Director James Cameron’s has some of the best movies out there and even some of the most successful ones Titanic being one of them. It was one of the most unique movies in cinema history because it was one of the most hated/beloved movies ever made. What’s so special about Titanic is that although the movie critics panned titanic saying it was one of the worst movies ended up being one of the most successful movies of all time seeing as it was nominated for 11 Oscars and received 51 awards. Making $2.187 billion dollars at the box office it’s the second-highest-grossing movie of all time, behind James Cameron's Avatar.
The film was released in December 1997, and a few weeks later there were tons of people who adored Titanic because it was a masterpiece, but for every person who loved it there was one who hated it. They thought it was overrated and overblown and unrealistic. But what did you expect? People saw this movie as a cliché love story that had many unrealistic scenes. No one denied that these scenes were unrealistic or overly cheesy but there was something about this movie that made people not care about that because they loved it.
In addition to why titanic was so loved and a record breaking blockbuster hit was because it appealed to everyone it had action for the males along with a love story for the females, it drew from every demographic there was, everyone and their mothers has seen titanic. But when it came out it was mainly girls in their teens and early twenties who went to the movie to swoon, and weep at Leo, who instantly became the biggest star in the movie world. However, when Titanic came back to theatres for Titanic 3d in 2012 in honor of the 100th anniversary of the ship setting sail, it brought in the previous generations who were fans along with the new generation who have now become fans of the film.
For those out there who ask why was Titanic such a big deal it was just a movie about a love story on a...