Titanic 3D…or waiting for Jack to fall off a door

Posted on April 4th, 2012

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Apparently, this is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. I know this because

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6 Responses to “Titanic 3D…or waiting for Jack to fall off a door”

  1. Jennifer Says:

    I LOVE IT! I am not ashamed to admit that when I was 17 years old my best girl friend and I went to this movie 3 times. The 3rd time we went we sat in the front row and during the scene “below decks” when they went to the party and started dancing, we actually got up out of our chairs and started dancing right along with the movie – to the horror of the “grown ups” in the audience. Now, 14 years later, we are both married with children and that same girl friend and I are going to see the 3D release this Saturday evening. I’m not sure if we are going to have the nerve to get up and dance again, but we will see!

  2. Laurie Says:

    @Jennisfer LOL! Just dance!!!!!! Have fun Saturday night :)

  3. Monica DeLaCruz Says:

    sooooooooooo refreshing to find one. other. person who HATES this movie as much as i do. seriously??? what was all the fuss over the first movie? we already knew how it ended. i mean c’mon. my husband knows how much i hate it so every time the 3D trailer comes on he has some *witty* comment for me. i so agree with you! i want titanic 1D, 2D, 3D, and god forbid 4D to die already.

  4. Laurie Says:

    @Monica. LOL, we should have a club. We could have drinks with little icebergs floating in them and everything :)

  5. Rebecca Says:

    I remember two things: I couldn’t concentrate at the end because my butt was so very numb. Which is OK because the end is kinda inevitable. Titanic sank. Not like we didn’t see that ending coming right? and when the infamous Jack death scene came up the girl behind me in the theater was sobbing hysterically and I almost turned around and told her it was OK Leo wasn’t really dead.

  6. Laurie Says:

    @Rebecca, LOL, no they didn’t change the ending. What is it with all the girls who sob at Jack dying? It was the longest death scene in history. Crazy :)

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