Film Critique of "Titanic"
Titanic, directed and written by James Cameron, generally is about an old 101-year old woman, who narrates her story to her female grandchild Lizzy Calvert, Brock Lovett, Lewis Bodine, Bobby Buell and Anatoly Mikailavich. The story was set back in 1912, on April 10, on a ship that was called The Titanic. Rose, a young woman, boards the ship which was leaving with the first-class passengers, Ruth DeWitt Bukater, her fiancé Caledon Hockley and her dear mother. In the meantime, a wanderer by the name Jack Dawson, an artist, and his close friend Fabrizio De Rossi succeed in getting third-class tickets to the ship after winning a game. The old Rose DeWitt gives a detailed information on the whole story from time Titanic departed until the it’s death of on its very first and final journey on the 15th of April, 1912 in the morning at 2:20.
The artists, or rather filmmakers who were behind this movie include: James Cameron (producer), Pamela Easley (associate producer), Al Giddings (co-producer), Grant Hill (co-producer), Jon Landau (producer), Sharon Mann (co-producer), Rae Sanchini (executive producer), James Horner (responsible for the original music), Russell Carpenter (director of photography), Film Editing was done by: Conrad Buff IV, James Cameron and Richard A. Harris. Others include: Mali Finn (In charge of casting), Peter Lamont (production designer), Martin Laing (art director), Charles Dwight Lee (supervising art director), Michael Ford (set decorator), and Deborah Lynn Scott (costume designer).