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...
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The story of the engineers who worked tirelessly to keep the electric power running as the Titanic sank. Their selfless actions kept the lights on and the electric lifeboat winches operational to facilitate the survival of others.
The story of the 1912 sinking of the largest luxury liner ever built, the tragedy that befell over two thousand of the rich and famous as well as of the poor and unknown passengers aboard the doomed ship.
George C. Scott,
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
Doesn't translate from an IMAX screen very well, but still pretty good.
I do agree the film doesn't come across as well as it coulda been shown as an IMAX film. But that aside, I don't care who talks to who. Sometimes I don't mind a mix of the history of within something like this. This technically could be useful if you watch this and Ghosts of the Abyss back to back as they are using Mir 1 and 2 in GOTA. The best footage is the debris field. The Titanic has it's debris field and that is part of the Titanic. It is very short, but with the hour your given, it really isn't that bad. I'd say my rating has more to do with watching this before you watch Ghosts. Instead of going in to a dead ship. And I've got the book with the photos of some of the white star line. And I learned some stuff thru the short interviews I hadn't before. I'd have to watch again to remember totally :)