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Titanic Evaluation

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Kelly Ross
Evaluation Paper
12 February 2013
In the Mood for Some Romance?
Are you thinking about watching the film Titanic, but are worried it is just a boring reenactment of the sinking of the Titanic? Let me put your worries to rest by telling you this movie is an invigorating, heart wrenching, and thrilling film that will surely go down in history as a classic. If you find romance to be revolting this is certainly not the film for you. Each moment the main characters spend together is filled with passion, and the excitement of finding new love. Titanic has all the redeeming qualities a film needs to be labeled as a great movie. Though this movie is a hefty 195 minutes it is well worth it. Titanic is a superior film in the areas of acting, scenery, and story line though it is a bit long. The astonishing acting is enough to label this film as one of the best romantic dramas out there. Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, who portray the two main characters, act so passionately towards each other it is hard to believe they are not real life lovers. It was not the cheesy kind of love that is often found in other romantic dramas such as The Last Song, where Miley Cyrus had me convinced she was not capable of love. Not only were they outstanding at acting in love, they displayed a plethora of different emotions. When the characters found out the Titanic was indubitably going to sink, I could see the fear in their eyes. When Leonardo’s character was framed to look like a thief I could hear the betrayal Kate’s character felt in the way she spoke. I knew what the characters where thinking without them saying anything, because of the way the actors carried themselves. These two actors gave a the performance of lifetime which is an attribute that really raised this movie above your average film. In the same way the acting made Titanic an exceptional film, the breathtaking scenery lifted this film to another level. The scenery was not only...