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Titanic is a famous movie even if you haven’t seen it.
I’m sure you know. Titanicost_My Heart Will Go On
If you hear it at a cafe, you may not know the title of this song, but you will hum.
You’ve heard it at least once.
I knew a movie called Titanic, and my heart will go On, the host of Titanic,
I knew it, but I just knew it, and I actually thought this movie had something to do with it.
I didn’t know there was. I just thought I’d have to see it someday.
The days that I didn’t practice continued, and then I decided to set a date on the weekend.
And after watching the movie, I couldn’t move for a while.
It was that kind of movie.
a film based on a true story of Titanic (1997).
a 1997 film directed by James Cameron As its name implies, it tells the story of the sinking of the Titanic on the most famous sunken ship Titanic. The screening time was 194 minutes, which was quite long, and the VHS video had to be released in two parts. It is one of the most famous films based on Titanic and is still considered an example of disaster movies. Among the 17 Academy Awards, he was nominated for the most awards in 14 categories, excluding Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Screenplay, and won 11 awards including Best Picture.
It was the world’s first box office hit movie to surpass a billion dollars, and if you add the box office results from the re-release, it ranks third in the history of Worldwide after “The Avengers: Endgame” and “Avatar,” another mega-hit film by James Cameron.
The most famous film before Titanic was the 1958 film “A Night To Remember,” which was the most famous Titanic film before Cameron’s “Titanic.” The film’s influence on Cameron’s “Titanic” film is significant, so there are many similar scenes compared to the actual scenes.
box office performance
It is the world’s No. 1 box office from 1997 to 2009 and the current No. 3 box office from around the world (including re-opening).
At the time of its release, the result of opening the lid was literally the biggest box office hit. Since its release in the U.S. on December 19, 1997, it has held on to the world’s No. 1 title for more than a decade with a total of about $1.85 billion, including $600 million in North American box office results and $1.245 billion in overseas box office results excluding the U.S., and many blockbusters have challenged the stronghold of Titanic, but all failed.
Leonardo DiCaprio, who played the leading role in the movie, instantly became a world-class actor. In domestic dubbing, Kang Soo-jin and Choi Duk-hee played Jack and Rose, respectively. Some say it is the best breath in the history of dubbing foreign currency.
At the time of its release, there was a lot of skepticism about the record-breaking success. There were many opinions about whether the shocking success was reasonable compared to the completeness of the content, such as “A movie that was so successful should have been much more masterpiece.”
However, as time went by, these opinions faded a lot in the 2010s. Right now, critics and the public tend to rate Titanic higher than Avatar. Above all, Titanic is a movie that won the best picture award at the Academy Awards.