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96 out of 104 people found the following review useful:
The first Titanic film where the iceberg is the hero, 25 March 2009
Author: Kristine (email@example.com) from Chicago, Illinois
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
OK, normally I go into a paragraph of introduction on how I came across
this film and a little bit about the film or film trivia, well not this
time, I'm going to let you judge for yourself on just what I'm going to
tell you with this "story".
The movie starts off with the ending... ??? Yeah, the ship sinks, sorry to spoil this movie for you already. But anyways we have a man and a woman rowing in a lifeboat, rowing, rowing, rowing as we hear people screaming for their lives on the sinking ship. We pan into the woman's eye into a flashback, a la Titanic(1997), and right before the same woman, Angelica, boards the Titanic, we see she is actually a servant to her evil step mother and her two evil step sisters, a la Disney's Cinderella. She has a blue colored locket necklace, a la Titanic(1997), inside there is a picture of her mother, oh what happened to her mother? Of course the evil step family taunts her pain and that she'll never find her mother.
Just about everyone and I do mean EVERYONE, including animals(when did this become Noah's Ark?) board the Titanic with happy joy. We even have two thieves, a la 101 Dalmations/Home Alone, with their evil woman thief, a la 101 Dalmations. There is a detective on their tails, a la Sherlock Holmes, who's a moron and couldn't catch a cold. We then meet a man named Geston, a la Beauty and the Beast, who takes Angelica's locket and gives it to the busty hot singer of the ship, a la Celine Dion/Titanic, to impress her.
We cut to a mouse with his family, a la An American Tail, where he's about to get eaten by a cat that randomly pops up out of nowhere, he's saved by a dog... now, brace yourself, it's not just any dog, it's a dog that... can... rap! Yes, I'm sure James Cameron really regrets now cutting out of his Titanic his rapping dog, after all a music genre that wasn't invented till decades later is perfect for children and history. So yeah, a rapping dog, dare we move on? Yeah, let's keep going.
So we meet William, a pretty oh so British rich man with a nanny who happened to loose her daughter years earlier. William then meets Angelica in the hall after washing her evil fat step sister's clothes, but the connection is unstoppable as William touches her hand and she runs away while he makes goofy faces saying how he must see her again! He eventually does see her again and asks if she'll be at the dinner reception, but she has nothing to wear! So, a la Titanic(1997), one of the other maids has an old dress that she used to wear and it magically fits Angelica perfectly. Not only that, a la Cinderella, the mice feel bad that Angelica's necklace is gone so they steal it back for her.
Dinner comes and William takes his lady saying how happy he is to have her... THEN learns her name ???? Hmm, yeah. He defends her in front of her evil step family and takes her to her room; everything is just dandy, so dandy, let's have Mexican mice do a salsa song? Uh huh, OK mind you I just had to have a few shots of Jack Daniels to get this far. But let's not forget this is Titanic, the iceberg comes! FINALLY, the iceberg hits the ship and what better solution? The men grab buckets and start filling them up with the water in the ship and throwing it back out at the ocean *slaps forehead in shame* OK, I have to keep going, William of course panics and goes to save his lady love and of course being lower class she is trapped behind a metal gate that the other passengers break down like it's cheese. William tells her to go with the women and children and they'll meet again soon, swoon.
As the ship sinks, on the same lifeboat, the two thieves and their lady leader are still trying to steal stuff? Good timing, not to mention how funny they are while the ship is sinking and people are dying. This is where Angelica meets her mother!!! She's not at all angry, in fact her mother says she wanted to keep her daughter, yet she didn't, and her and Angelica hug in happiness. As the Titanic goes down, the Dalmatians, a la 101 Dalmations, start crying? William goes down with the ship but of course not without saving a child! So the lifeboat with Angelica finds a body in the water and it's... ah, great, it's just the detective, well that was a waste of human space on the boat. However they do find William and somehow he's very much alive and both him and the detective act happy and are soon on their feet dancing and William kisses his love in slow motion. We think it's the end, but instead a creepy child tells us how the step sisters married the two thieves and are unhappy and Angelica and William got married, adopted children and puppies and lived happily ever after.
Yeah, that's right, Titanic gets a happy ending. The writer is working on the sequel September 11th, 200FUN! Don't show this movie to anyone, I have to go to the hospital now from alcohol poisoning.
70 out of 77 people found the following review useful:
One of the most insultingly bad films I have ever seen., 31 August 2010
Author: wwe7961 from United States
This movie is garbage lower than I can possibly imagine. The animation
sucks, the dialogue sucks, the acting sucks, the dubbing sucks, the
characters suck, the romance sucks, and there is no form of respect to
the people who died on the Titanic. Well lets begin this rant by
talking about how lazy the animation is. This film has animation that
fails to impress at all. The film constantly shows stock footage from
the movie. There really is some of the laziest uses of stock footage I
have ever seen in this film. Then there is the terrible dialogue.
Simply put it sucks. Then we have the terrible acting. Nobody at all
does a good job, and the bad acting is made worse by awful dubbing.
There are moments in the film where people are talking, and different
recordings of a line will play to finish out the line they were
speaking. Yes, these people are so bad they couldn't even finish a line
in some cases. Then there is the scene were the singer is singing, and
when she supposed to close her mouth for a change in a word she keeps
her mouth open. Then we got the stupid romance. Some people say the
romance in James Cameron's film was unrealistic. If you don't have the
same opinion just show them this movie. The romance is way more
unrealistic. At least with James Cameron's film they start to form a
friendship before they fall in love. Here they really go by the saying
love at first site. Just a few sentences talking to each other, and
they start dancing. That is very stupid. Then we have the worst of the
worst. This in no way at all give two sh*ts about the people who died
on the Titanic. Lets count all the things that show no respect to this
2.A Rapping Dog
3.3 Mexican Mice
4.2 Slapstick Robbers Ripped Out Of "Home Alone"
5.The 3 Mexican Mice's Song
6.A Lifeboat Goes Back To Get People When That Never Happened In Real Life
7.The Animals Save The Chef
8.The Two Robbers Making A Silly Face At A Kid While Ship Is Sinking
9.Dolphins Save The Animals
10.The Most Sugar-coated Ending Epilogue Ever Where They Talk About All The Characters, And Their Happy Ending. During This They Don't At All Mention How The Titanic Was A Tragic Event That Killed Over A Thousand People.
This just has no respect. The film also rips-off every last film you can imagine. Titanic, Lady and the Tramp, Home Alone, Cinderella, An American Tale, Beauty and the Beast, The Rescuers, etc. This film is so unoriginal. Overall this movie is inhuman. This poorly made, unserious, sugar-coated mess I can't believe was actually made. Screw this no good piece of crap.
0 stars out of 4
50 out of 56 people found the following review useful:
doesn't even have juvenile appeal, 23 January 2003
Author: Michael A. Martinez (firstname.lastname@example.org) from Los Angeles, CA
I honestly can't figure out why a bunch of old Italian exploitation
like Camillo Teti (who produced EXTERMINATORS OF THE YEAR 3000) and a zany
cast including former a few former porn stars (David Brandon - CALIGULA:
UNTOLD STORY) and Gregory Snegoff (who did the English language voice
dubbing in a number of Anime cartoons, etc.) got together and just
decided to make a Disney/Don Bluth-style animated film. To my knowledge,
this is the first internationally released animated movie to come out of
Italy, and after viewing it twice, I realize that it's probably for a very
The animation is actually surprisingly good in places considering the circumstances and the fact that this film was made really, really on the cheap. However, as I said, it is really cheapo, with lots of the same shots being used over and over again. Also a lot of the time the frame rate seems to be really slow, like 5-6 frames per second where most Disney movies are 24. Therefore the movement looks a lot less fluid, almost slideshow-like.
As for the plot and concept of the film itself, it fits well with the lack of technical razzle-dazzle by providing equally an underwhelming story. Basically, there's several stories going on at once, but the film is so short that nothing comes out of any of the stories. There's the typical boy-meets-girl love story, itself a thinly disguised CINDERELLA, plus a subplot involving a Cruella Deville-type crooked lady and her two bumbling henchmen, a story of a detective hunting down some diamond thieves, an aspiring Celine Dion-esque Diva, and several mice resembling the cast of AN AMERICAN TALE. None of these stories have any sort of plot arc and exist only as filler before the ship finally hits the iceberg and many of the annoying characters are unfortunately rescued. As for the not-so-lucky ones, the film just glosses right over that sordid chapter of the Titanic disaster, which historically was not all the fun-and-games that this movie depicts it to be.
To put it bluntly, most parents will be so shocked at the mere mention of the title of the film that they'd not even consider buying it for their children. Thus, this film was bound from the conception stage to wind up as a financial disaster - and another sad reminder as to why the Italian movie industry is on the rocks.
41 out of 47 people found the following review useful:
A real Shipwreck!, 14 July 2009
Author: ILostMyNameCanIHaveYours from United States
This is clearly the worst animated musical I have every seen in my
life. I honestly don't know ware to begin because there so much wrong
with it that I can't fit it all in to one review. So keep in mind this
review is just the tip of the iceberg to how bad this movie is. My
first problem with this movie is the idea of trying to take the real
life tragedy of Titanic and attempting to turn it in to a goofy, happy
and feel good event. Thousand of innocent men, women and children
drowned or freeze to death due to the fact they were not prepared for a
sinking. Yet this not only dumb down those real life horrors but flat
out ignores them and attempts to make things all bright and cheery with
a bunch badly drawn cartoon animals that cant sing (or rap). Yes dear
reader, there a rap song in this movie (a horrible one to) that comes
out of no ware from a dog. One moment he saving a mouse and then he is
holding a boom box's, warring a backwards cap and jerseys in a movie
about Titanic! The second major problem of this movie is that there
where way to many sub plots. It's not uncommon for movie to have one
sub plot or possibly two but this movie (including the main story) has
at least seven plots and all them do a very poor job at being tied in
to gather. I'm also surprise there was no law suits against this movie.
All the character here are rip off of popular American films ( mainly
children film) There Cinderella, 101 Dalmatians, American Tail, Looney
Toons and whole bunch of other non original characters. In spite of the
fact movie it's given a lot film time it doesn't use any of it to fully
devolve any of the characters. Instead it seem to be in a constant rush
from jumping from one sub plot to another. The movie would of been
better off deleting half these characters and throwing away all the
useless sub plots which where causing it be confusing. All it did was
kept characters from having a chance to be more conplete.
Rather then drawling us a whole scene they simply replay footage again and again. As a result it's really hard to tell what's going on in some scenes because it just a jumble mess of repeated clips. Even when you do know what's going on its still painful because the use of stock footage gets very repetitive, tiresome and just shows that there was no effort put into this. Do you really need to see the same ugly drawling doing the same thing 10 times in a row in a single shot? This lead to the next problem. The Animation is dull, plain and as lifeless as all the characters in this movie. The dubbing is bad, movement is choppy and it simply ugly looking. This movie is just as painful to look at as the song are painful to listen to. Lucky for us there's only 3 songs and they all stink! There's the out of place dog Rap, A Mexican salsa song and the love song that keeps being played over and over to pass as more then one song, now that's just cheap. The movie doesn't even try to fill in it's own plot holes. For Example there a Cat and Chihuahua who never do anything to begin with are one moment in there cabins with there owners and then the next moment there locked up in a cage in the storage room. Why? I don't know, the movie never explained it.
Finally there the ending that's just a big spit in the face to what really happen that night. There goofy unfunny humor as the ship sinks, the animals are saved by Dolphins and everyone given a happy ending in spite of the lost of thousands of people! There nothing redeeming about this movie at all. Its ugly, confusing, and builds it self by stealing from more successful film. Plus some might find the whole idea of this film offensive. I would not recommend this movie to anyone, not to adults or Kids because watching it only cause's people to drown in the misery it in flicks on us.
That I why I give this shipwreck a 1 out of 10.
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This is animated movies at their worst., 29 May 2008
Author: lukepic123 from United Kingdom
I had some hope for this movie being any good but to be honest it's
kind of disturbing how badly made animated films can get. For a start
off the historical inaccuracy is really unforgivable, I won't bother to
elaborate too much on this aspect because the list is very long. I will
point out the biggest history flaw which is the rapping dog, in 1912
rap music didn't exist. The simplistic plot has no appeal to anyone at
all and the love story is just like sticking masking tape over
something to try and make it stick together. Nothing really fits
together properly, the characters are as bland as they are drawn and
clearly no thought has been put into the script. The dialogue isn't
just corny because I can handle corny but just plainly unbelievable,
one line in the movie is when the ship has almost sunk someone on the
lifeboat says "don't worry everything is going to be fine", this is
almost taking the Mick really. Over a thousand people are dying on a
sinking ship and it's freezing, is that a realistic line? The best part
of this film is the music just in case your wondering the piano isn't
bad at all but beware of the Mexican mice and rapping dog.
Animation, now when watching a cartoon you expect the frame-rate to stay consistent throughout but for Titanic the legend goes with slow frame-rates really antagonises audiences from slowing down frame-rates in random places. The character animations are the most sloppiest I've seen in a long while and also colouring in some scenes makes the continuity bad. I noticed in the credits the many people who worked on animation and final checking, there were about ten "final checkers", did they actually watch the movie through and it get's worse next for editing.
Editing. I have never seen scenes repeated over and over to this extent in a movie before except in some cheap comedy sketch. There were five editors and the best they could have come up with was to repeat the same scenes just to make it up to full length. It's just plain lazy, all those people working on this movie and they have to repeat scenes. It makes the film flow just confusing and at one point it looks as if the ship has almost sunk and then suddenly they switch to another angle and the ship hasn't hardly sunk. Slowing down scenes, repeating scenes all this I think was done to try and get the movie to be full length which the movie still isn't.
Until they added the longest credits ever known in history, these credits basically showed names every two minutes while repeating the whole movie over, it's laughable. This movie is hard for any child, adult or any alike to enjoy this at all. In conclusion if your looking for the worst animated film ever and want a good laugh I recommend it, that's why it got two stars from me. But anyone who wants to watch a truly decent animated film that isn't a real waste, your going to have to look somewhere else. Those seeking a Titanic film which is fine for children to watch I recommend "A Night to Remember".
Plot = 1/10 Animation = 3/10 Voice acting = 2/10 Music = 5/10 Entertainment value = 1/10 (For a laugh 9/10) Overall = 2/10
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The animated film that was destined to stink!, 17 January 2010
Author: TheLittleSongbird from United Kingdom
Okay maybe I was being a bit too harsh when I wrote that, but the truth
is that Titanic:The Animated Movie (or the Legend Goes On) is frankly
awful. First things first, if you want to see a better version, the
James Cameron version is great. While ambitious, it is well acted and
sumptuously filmed. Even the 1996 mini-series was better than this, and
that had a lot wrong with that. Personally I do think it was a bad idea
making one of the most tragic moments in history into an animated film,
that is condensed and rather empty. I don't know where to begin
criticising this film, and it needs a lot of criticising, as there is
very little good about it.
To cut to the chase, I was very unimpressed with the animation for a start. It was dull and tacky, and where was the colour and the vibrancy? Plus some of the character movements were so forced particularly the facial expressions of the ugly stepsisters; if I were to be honest, the film looks as though it has been made on the cheap. I am not the only person who spotted this, but some of the shots were repeated over and over again, and it was distracting. And it certainly doesn't help that the editing was all over the place. Even some of the Jetlag and Golden Film productions have better animation, and they are low budget for goodness sake.
The music wasn't that much better. The incidental music is kind of pleasant if unmemorable, but in general the songs were poor. Maybe not as bad as the mind numbingly awful songs from Secret of NIMH 2:Timmy To The Rescue, and not as badly sung either, but that is not saying much. I think I need to start with the worst one. That was "Party Time", in my opinion that is a perfect example of a song that is completely unnecessary to the story, and one that is so bad it is hilarious. From the abysmal lyrics to the awful rapping that was out of time in some places, it was horrible to listen to. As soon as the rapping dog arrived on the scene I knew we were going to be in trouble. "Mucho Gusto" fared better, but I remember for a salsa song it lacked energy, spice and pizazz. Without those three things, a salsa song sounds lifeless, and that was the problem I had with the song. The best one and for me, the only redeeming quality of the film was the song "Holding Me". This was sublimely sung, has meaningful lyrics and a nice melody. However, it deserved a much better movie.
Another major problem was the story. Too many back stories crammed into such a short running time, the film is barely even an hour, and as a result the characters seemed underdeveloped and the situations rushed. Also the film has a tendency to be too slow. Well there's the subplot of thieves robbing cabins-sounds like something stolen from the Titanic mini-series, and a love story between Anjelica and William that was rather out of the blue I must say, and I didn't really get the sense they cared for one another until the ending. What angered me was that this film ripped off movies from my childhood. Cinderella is the most obvious one, then there's American Tail, The Secret of NIMH, Beauty and the Beast with Gaston, 101 Dalmatians, Sherlock Holmes(Conan Doyle must be turning in his grave over this one)and even the Cameron movie itself. I'm surprised this wasn't sued for plagiarism.
Maybe I am alone in this, but the characters didn't seem very likable. Anjelica, instead of the headstrong, determined and vivacious protagonist I was hoping for, then again maybe my expectations were too high, was as dull as dish water. William is a rather clichéd love interest, and despite the fact he is optimistic just as dull as well, and the stepsisters were really annoying with high pitched voices that make you want to cover your ears. Not even the animals had any real charm.
The script is, how do I put it, bad. There is very little humour here, and the writing is clichéd and stale. You always feel as though you have heard it all before, I certainly have. So much so, the secondary characters including the stepmother, have very little to do, and the dialogue between Angelica and William is sappy and wishy washy. If there was any comedy, it was unintentional. I am principally talking about the ending, where the writers completely obliterated the poignancy and tragedy that the ending should've had with some ridiculous ideas like the animals being saved by dolphins and then the men throwing the water over the side with buckets. Yeah, you saw right buckets, as if THAT was going to solve anything. The ending left me dissatisfied, not only because it was a happy ending but also the whole film felt rather abrupt.
Not only were the characters lifeless and unengaging but the same applies with the voice acting. Very few of the actors have the energy to carry an already empty film. Lisa Russo tries her best with Anjelica but she is severely hampered by the material she is given. Same with Mark Thompson-Ashworth as William. Some of the actors such as Kenneth Balton as the Captain sounded as though they were reading out loud from a text book, and believe me that can be quite boring. This also happened to be Edmund Perdum's last film, and he is given so little to work with as Jeremy.
All in all, this was a real shipwreck. A bad idea really, and it was executed even worse. 1/10 for the song "Holding me". Bethany Cox
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Titanic: The Legend Goes On To Sink!, 16 January 2012
Author: gavin-thelordofthefu-48-460297 from United States
We had some horrible animated films including The Magic Voyage and The
Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue, but by far, the only animated
film that is even worse than those two films is "Titanic: The Legend
The story rips off not only the James Cameron version, but other animated films as well including Cinderella (a girl that has to live with her mean stepmother and stepsisters), 101 Dalmatians (only two dalmatian dogs, two bumbling bandits and Cruella De Vil), An American Tail (whether the mice that came to the boat have Italian, french, or Russian voices. I don't know. It's just confusing), The Secret of NIMH (Only Jeremy appears is resembled as a seagull), and the Spanish mice from Looney Tunes(seriously, one of them looks like Speedy Gonzales, for crying out loud.) filled with a bland romance between Angelica and William, characters that are so tedious it would make you want to hit yourself with a freaking' baseball bat, voice acting that is so generic and tedious, music that is pure garbage (the most tolerable part of the music is Holding Me, but that's it), especially the rapping song with the rapping dog, but the most horrendous aspect of the film is in the end where a little girl's monologue said that Angelica and William lived happily ever after. HAPPILY EVER AFTER!? THIS IS THE SINKING OF THE FREAKING SMEGGING SHIP, NOT A CRAPPY FANTASY MADE BY THOSE IDIOTIC ITALIANS WHO I BET DRANK SOME BOULZ WHEN THEY CAME UP WITH THIS CRAP!!!
This is movie is so horrendous and... ear-rappingly bad that I'm surprised that the Italian animation company who made this crap hasn't been arrested for an indecent exposure. Avoid this abomination at all costs and save your money to buy some pitchforks and torches so you can kill those imbeciles for making this sinking mess! It is a piece of... ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGH!!!!
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The Undeground, 17 May 2009
Author: zartok-35 from Saskatoon
I'm the kind of person who likes to expose themselves to bad animated
films in attempt to get my kicks, so when I saw a glorified review
video for this particular movie, I was not going to pass up the
opportunity for some fun. I kind of wish I did
it's not that nice.
Apparently there was a lot more going on aboard the Titanic then was let on originally. Some anthropomorphic animals have a party, and Jasper and Horace steal a fake pearl necklace for Cruella De Vil, a French masher named Gaston tries to woo a large breasted singer with stolen jewels, and a detective wears an orange toupee. But in the center of it all, princess Anastasia must overcome Lady Tremaine and here evil daughters, and fall in love with some chap named Bill. Many other notable animated characters appear over the course of the film, including Pongo and Perdita from 101 Dalmatians, the Mousekewitz family, and 3 variants of Speedy Gonzales. It is said the animators of this film were urged to plagiarize, so customers would watch the film to see characters that they recognized from elsewhere.
Does it come off? Of course not! You're offended by what these people have done, the film is very boring, there are too many different things going on at once, the animation is poor, the problems are numerous. It all just a big dirty cluster-****! It doesn't help that the film was processed beyond recognition before it was released. For my purpose, I watched the 'Uncut' version of the film, hoping it would be a lot closer to Camillo Teti's original vision. The dog raps a different song that makes more sense, the girl doesn't row the boat until the end of the movie, and it's a little bit longer. It made a lot more sense, so if you are going to watch this at all, which I hope you won't, check that one out instead.
16 out of 18 people found the following review useful:
Fu@king Piece Of C*%t $#it!, 31 May 2012
Author: sebmmoderns from England
This is not only the worst animated film that I've ever seen, but it is the worst film that I have ever seen! It has such dull animation (which is repeated over and over again in most scenes) and such horrible unfitting music (The Rapping Dog isn't even close to the most horrible piece of $#itty soundtrack in this movie!) DO NOT show this film to your offspring! I have wasted a few hours around this film trying to analyse and study how this horrible movie got so f#@*ed up! If you are curious enough to watch this film, do yourself a favour and don't, because you will wish that you could invent a time machine and go back in time, so you won't have to see this miserable piece of $#it ever again. The other version is terrible on plot and accuracy too, but at least the animals have some f#@*%$g character towards them! AVOID AT ALL OF COSTS!
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If you think The Legend of Titanic was bad, well think again., 23 February 2011
Author: emasterslake from United States
Like the previous one, except less weird. But that doesn't mean it's
any better to watch. Now how should I start this off. Let's start with
Starts off similar like the other one except the mice are introduced later. Instead you meet a huge cast of characters who are all about to be passengers of the Titanic. This includes humans and animal passengers a like. Along with cliché scenes we've already seen from the Cameron Titanic and way too many subplots with a whole bunch of characters that had little appeal for any type of viewer. Sure we still get to see the ship sink except that didn't save the story as we see less casualties than the Cameron version.
I don't know why the Italians tried to make another Titanic Cartoon film. Cause this one has a larger reputation of being all time worst animated movie than it's predecessor. I'm really curious to know what the director think of this film, cause I would totally laugh if he implied that this was going to be a hit. Unfortunately I don't know if any interview exists or not. So all I could do is speculate what went on in the staff member's heads.
Let's talk about the animation, the animation was worst in this one cause compared to the one from 2 years ago. This one looked like it was made in the early 80s rather than the early 2000s. It's like they decided to downgrade the animation to make it cheaper to make. Whatever the case the film is just not eye candy like the previous film.
Now for the characters, all I can say is low originality. Cause all they did was copy already existing characters and put them in the film. You not only get two characters looking like the couple from Titanic, you also get characters from Don Bluth, Disney, & Warner Bros. It's been 10 years since this movie was made and I wonder if this film ever got sued by Cameron, Disney, Bluth, or Warner Bros. cause I doubt they got permission to use their characters likeness for this film. Then again it proves you can get away with copyrighted characters in other countries as long as they don't use the copyrighted names. Like what you find in certain anime.
Let's talk about the script, I doubt the writers put any effort into this film cause you see a lot of unnecessary flashbacks and way too many subplots for an animated film. I was laughing at how unorganized the whole film was, not from the lame jokes it had, but from how the characters had really ignorant lines. Plus the animals really got in the way of the story itself.
Conclusion, I would have to agree with the Nostalgic Critic on this movie. Cause it was a complete insult to the Titanic incident and the ending was so fluffy it would make people think the incident wasn't that bad at all. Historians and teachers will have a field day with this movie. Fans of Cameron's Titanic will be ashame of it. Animation fans of all kind will hate it to death. In fact the only way to enjoy this film is make fun of it as much as possible.
The only accomplishment the writers made for this film is that they prove you can't make an animated movie out of the Titanic incident or make it family friendly. Was this worse than "The Legend of Titanic", that's pretty hard to say cause they both even out on worst animated film of all time.
If you like to watch it, be my guest cause my only advice is be prepared to laugh to death.
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