The same false and piped-up claims that further misinformation in order to get ratings. This woman doing YET ANOTHER analysis of the rivets had pretty flimsy arguments. The re-enactments were cheesy and poorly produced.
The only thing I learned was about Blair...who I didn't even know existed.
Other than that, it was pretty boring and falsified. And this constant bashing people who were in charge is disrespectful and nasty. Utterly lacking in class.
I get incredibly tired of this practice of inventing issues just to squeeze another doc out of the subject. What happened to just accepting that things go wrong and portraying events as they actually happened?
>>Some of it was marginally all right but they lost me when they started beating up on that whole binoculars legend.<<
LOL I thought about you when they started going into that and shook my head.
I agree with all the reviews. Just simply awful. Basically a rehash of 3 documentaries I could name right off hand with some new CGI effects thrown in. They didn't even touch on the break-up, though, I'm not really surprised.
I wish Mr. Cameron would come out of Titanic Retirement. He seems to be about the only one who is interested in exploration and showing us something new versus putting new spins on old
hash. (Mr. Richie and Chatterton's expeditions
and documentaries not included in that
"What bothers me is that the simple expediant of doing some basic reasearch among primary sources could avoid a lot of the pitfalls and the repeatition of the legend."
And amen to that. Wouldn't it be a wonderful thing if everyone did more 'basic research' including many who have placed into the public domain falsehoods. It is not unknown either for no apologies or retractions to occur when things have been proven to be false.