Hi all, just popping in to post a video review of Titanic, the film that singlehandedly kickstarted my interest in the disaster as well as continuing my love affair with Cameron's movies. On the last watch through I actually came to realise that this is probably Cameron's best film and certainly the one that represents his filmmaking sensibilities the most. From his approach to the technical aspects of filmmaking, utilising every cheap trick and, well, not-so-cheap trick, to his script chock full of cheesy Cameronisms, this could be the quintessential JC movie. But I do wonder how the film has gone down in communities surrounding the disaster itself. Do these Cameronisms detract from the historical story (as it did for my co-host) or is this flaw actually a feature for you?