The world's largest ship, the Titanic, meets with disaster when it strikes an iceberg on its maiden voyage.
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Follows the lives of the ship's passengers, from all walks of life, as they travel on the maiden voyage of the ill-fated Titanic. From the wealthy family of the Earl of Manton, the designers of the ship, to the stokers in the engine room - who will make it onto the lifeboats? Written by Anonymous

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The Titanic had a capacity for accommodating 2,435 passengers along with its 900 crew members. It set sail with approximately 2,240 people. Only 705 would survive the sinking. See more »

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Poor effort = poor results
25 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

I couldn't believe how bad the 2012 mini series 'Titanic' was. Insipid directing, poor acting and soap-opera script writing. What a missed opportunity. A hack attempt to milk the publicity of the 100 year anniversary of the Titanic to sell some advertising space on a network. It makes Maid in Manhattan look like To Kill a Mockingbird. Don't even get me started on the goofs that somehow made it into the final cut and the massive inaccuracies, such as the second class stairs being the entrance to the Officer's quarters. You kidding me? They didn't even bother to google the Titanic blueprints? What an absolute crock of a production.

I was really looking forward to this series, and I have seen my fair share of TV-movie hatchet jobs, but I still can't believe the quality of this production. After Cameron's Titanic in 97, the bar was set quite high. If you were going to do another Titanic mini series, then you needed to bring something new to the table. It was the 96 mini series all over again, but done even more poorly.

Can anyone tell me: what did this production bring to the table? Forget the poor quality of acting, directing, lighting. What did we learn about the disaster that we didn't already know? Why throw in a soap-opera to such a rich, historical story? Why not focus on the real life characters and what DID actually happen, which would have been far more interesting? Why not look at the building of the ship, the court case and the aftermath. Virtually no films have been made of these key events in the larger Titanic picture. In all, this was an absolute waste of time and as a Titanic enthusiast, I can't help but be appalled at how this turned out.

It was very, very disappointing and I don't think this captured any part of the Titanic legacy.

The actors seemed like 21st century actors wearing 1910's clothing. Parts of the ship were wrong. There was little to no chemistry between actors, and their motivations were unoriginal and melodramatic.

At least James Cameron could balance a historical drama through the eyes of fictitious characters. It might have been a bit soppy, but at least there was attention to detail, historical accuracy and believable characters. This mini series only goes to show just how good of a job Cameron did.

If you want to watch a film about Titanic, watch Cameron's Titanic, or A Night to Remember with Kenneth Moore. This is just rubbish.


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