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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
So the ship sank on its maiden voyage. We all know that, but "Titanica" is quite an impressive documentary. They not only talk about the actual sinking, but we also see the ship's remains on the ocean floor. It's neat and haunting at the same time. And believe you me, this is truly THE documentary that could only have been shown on the IMAX. Some of the information is hard to believe, but it all grows on you. All in all, if you want to know about that ship, this is the movie to see, not "Titanic" (why were they using a disaster to try and advance someone's career?). If possible, you should see this one. You may never want to go on a cruise.
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