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James Cameron, the acclaimed director. Titanic This epic tale is a story of forbidden romance and courage, set against the tragic maiden journey of the R.M.S. Titanic carried more than 1,500 passengers to their deaths in the freezing waters of the North Atlantic early in the morning of April 15, 1911. It was impossible to ignore the excitement that surrounded this movie when it first came out. Everyone seemed to be talking about this film, whether to complain about the syrupy romance or its long run time, or to marvel at the superbly crafted plot and game-changing effects. This was a completely different experience from what I anticipated. The film is epic in scope and grandiosely executed. It’s a cross-generational movie that is engaging, tragic, haunting.

Presented in a 2.35:1 aspect ratio, this film’s Ultra HD video rendering is a sight to behold. It’s a period-based film that relies on stylized visuals that employ stark contrasts, vivid chromatic elements and lots of CGI. The image becomes more vibrant and refined with the addition of richer colors and increased detail. The combination of sepia and color is stunning. Blacks are rich, and contrast is strong, enhancing the film’s bright…

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