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Titanica reveals the clearest motion pictures ever captured of the Titanic. Witness startling images of the long-lost ruin contrasted with never-before-seen 1912 archival photos showing her in all her splendor. Feel the passion of the explorers, each obsessed with a different aspect of the expedition. Written by
Not what it appears to be--only about 5 minutes total of IMAX underwater wreck footage.
Not what it appears to be, only about 5 minutes total of IMAX underwater footage. Narration by Leonard Nimoy is good, but it is a typical "life and death of Titanic", rather than exploiting the actual IMAX photography that it's title infers. I was hoping to see at least 70% of the film as actual underwater sea wreckage. They never even showed pictures of the propellers, although I have seen still-frame IMAX shots of them on the internet, so I know they exist. Anyone looking for even moderate amounts of footage will be disappointed.
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