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    [Titanic: Special Edition]


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    Submitted by Jeremy S. Glassman on December 27, 19100 at 21:10:04:
    DVD Title: Titanic: Special Edition
    Studio: Paramount


    Content Necessities:

    Anamorphic Widescreen (2.35), 5.1 Dolby Digital, DTS, Closed Captions, Subtitles


    Extras:

    Director Commentary (by James Cameron), Cast Commentary (with Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Bill Paxton, Gloria Stuart, Billy Zane, and James Cameron), Crew Commentary (with Digital Domain people, James Cameron, Production Designer, Cinematographer, Costume Designer), Isolated 5.1 Score (with commentary by James Horner), Animated Menus, Hour-Long Documentary (comprable to the quality of that on The Abyss), HBO: First Look, Deleted Scenes, Theatrical Teasers and Trailers, Short Featurettes on Various Aspects of Production, Academy Award Montage, Featurette on the Sound Effects, Storyboards


    Disc Value:

    $29.99 (for this 2-disc set)


    Additional Comments:

    Titanic is the highest grossing film of all time, a Best Picture winner, and (despite its detractors) still quite a good film. Paramount and James Cameron have done a great disservice to both the DVD format and to his fans by not working on this title (unless he secretly has been).


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