I have Titantic the movie from when it first came out but wanted to try the Blu Ray 3 D version and did I enjoy that it was not so much some but not so much you get tired of it the 3 D that comes and sits on your lap. Also you get the film maker telling you all about how they made the movie and things he left out of movie then you see those parts and you can hear him tell why he left them out of the movie some I would have liked to have had in the movie some was ok they were out but all were very good and interesting to watch and have him tell about them. Then you get him and others talking about some things that were not accurate as to how the ship went down and why the wreckage was like it was at bottom of the ocean. Also how if the ships captain had done some things different they could have saved most or all of the passengers that night. They were very close to shore. That was sad to hear. They also were very close to another ship.
Since that movie is history it is interesting to me and I enjoyed the parts like Jack courtship and romance part that held the movie together. I love that movie and loved the blu ray 3 D effect too it made the movie like brand new to watch. Guess can not say enough about this movie and think while it is available grab it up you will not regrete it!
The more I see of their work, the more I realise that directors Ed Zwick and Sam Mendes have one thing very sharply in common -- both are filmmakers who make movies that they think are far more important than they actually are.
Bolstered by Thomas Newman's score, spot-on set design and the brilliant source material, "Revolutionary Road" is a darkly effective portrait of an Eisenhower-era couple who fall tragically short of reaching Camelot.