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Titanic: 20 Years Later with James Cameron (2017)

For the 20th anniversary of "Titanic," James Cameron reopens the file on the disaster.


Thomas C. Grane


Richard Brehm




Credited cast:
Jacqueline Astor Drexel Jacqueline Astor Drexel ... Self / Granddaughter of John Jacob & Madeleine Astor
Robert Ballard ... Self / Discoverer of the RMS Titanic (as Dr. Robert Ballard)
Harold Bride Harold Bride ... Self / Wireless Operators of Titanic (archive footage)
Muffet Laurie Brown Muffet Laurie Brown ... Self / Great-Granddaughter of Margaret Brown
James Cameron ... Self / Filmmaker
Paul Kurzman Paul Kurzman ... Self / Great-Grandson of Isidor & Ida Straus
Don Lynch Don Lynch ... Self / Author 'Titanic-An Illustrated History'
Ken Marschall Ken Marschall ... Self / Visual Historian
William McMaster Murdoch William McMaster Murdoch ... Self / First Officer Titanic (archive footage)
Jack Phillips Jack Phillips ... Self / Wireless Operators of Titanic (archive footage)
Parks Stephenson ... Self / Naval Systems Engineer
Gene Warren III Gene Warren III ... Self / VFX Supervisor
Gene Warren Jr. Gene Warren Jr. ... Self / Academy Award Winning VFX Supervisor
Christopher Warren Christopher Warren ... Self / Smart La Productions Director of Photography (as Christopher Lee Warren)


For the 20th anniversary of "Titanic," James Cameron reopens the file on the disaster.

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Quite worth sitting down to watch...
25 August 2020 | by paul_haakonsenSee all my reviews

I was given the opportunity to sit down in 2020 and watch the 2017 documentary "Titanic: 20 Years Later with James Cameron". I jumped at the chance, because I wasn't aware of this documentary, and I wanted to see what James Cameron had managed to do since filming the 1997 movie. Plus, the fact that I had family myself about the ship, and I've always had an interest in the ship and the tragic sinking.

I will say that "Titanic: 20 Years Later with James Cameron" is well worth watching. And that applies to anyone with an interest in the ship herself, or those fans of the movie, or people with relatives that were aboard the ship. I feel that this documentary was done gracefully, and it was very rewarding to see the efforts that James Cameron have been putting into his interest and excursions to the ship at her resting place.

And as a documentary, it does enlighten things that I wasn't aware of. So "Titanic: 20 Years Later with James Cameron" was more than just entertainment value.

Plus it was also interesting to have people whose family were aboard the ship make an appearance and open up to their emotions and feelings of the movie and Cameron's portrayal of the events and their relatives in his movie.

I am rating this 2017 documentary a six out of ten stars.

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