Most people remember and liked the movie, “The Titanic”. Perhaps this was because the movie was based on a real story. And, of course, it was a movie that contained drama; action, adventure and we cannot forget the romance.
Titanic, had been branded as the ship of dreams and was also known as being “Unsinkable”. The ship was beyond doubt considered to be unsinkable by all passengers aboard on its grave departure to Cherbourg, France and then to Queenstown, Ireland to pick up additional passengers on April 10th, 1912. During this epic journey a poor thriving artist named Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) and a 17 year old rich girl named Rose DeWitt Bukator (Kate Winslet) fall in love, until one tragic night, their enchanted love for one another turned into a desperate struggle for survival on a ship that was about to plummet to the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean.
During the film Rose had found several different ways to escape away from her former fiancée Caledon Hockley to be with Jack, but when the Titanic suddenly collides with the gigantic iceberg on April 14th, 1912, and then swiftly sank on April 15th, 1912 at 2:20 in the morning, Jack died and Rose survived along with about 700 other members that were aboard the ship. Then Rose came back 84 years later to recapture the story about her life aboard the Titanic by telling the delightful tale to her granddaughter and friends explaining to them how it was the first sight of Jack that helped her fall hopelessly in love and she then continued to discuss with them her fight for survival.
With knowing that the Titanic was the largest and most luxurious moving object ever built by the hand of man, the writer and director James Cameron tried to recapture the true life of this fabulous ship. The Titanic included various amenities that many of its passengers had never enjoyed in their own homes, such as electric lighting and heat in every room. The size and magnificence of the Titanic swiftly acknowledged…