Yeah.. if you don't want to download it you can just watch it at he website.
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Jack's Back and out of the deep freeze and since Rose has kicked the bucket he's with her Granddaughter Lizzie. Alls well that ends well, I guess.
Jack-I don't know how the world works. I've been frozen since 1912. I need you to help me Hissie. What's a Credit Card? I know your with Brock Shovitt now but that didn't stop me from stealing your Grandmother Hose from Cal Pockley.
Hmmmm... what is the standard solution to the problem faced by producers when a lead character is killed off in a film, and a sequel beckons? The "twin brother/sister" plot devise, a la City Slickers 2. Fix Jack up with a twin brother, "Mack," and, according to film making logic you're good to go.
Thing is, it never works on an audience level.
Another great trite solution to this problem is the hoary "ghost footage" devise in which the figurative- or literal- ghost of the beloved dead character appears to haunt the memory, or bedroom in literal cases- of the other lead.
I've always lobbied for Evita 2, the world's first post-mortem musical...a fun filled catchy operetta about the globe trotting antics of her mummy 1952-1977. "Argentina! Uruguay! Italy! Spain! And Now, The Hearts of Theatregoers Everywhere...it's EVITA 2!" Perhaps such an approach could be taken with Titanic, commencing with Rose butching herself up in Gortons of Gloucester Fisherman drag and stowing away aboard the Mackay-Bennett in a noble effort to find Jack.
Naw lets have Jack make a play for Lizzie. Somebody has got to teach him about the modern world and all. Claire Danes can play Lizzie. They cast Maggie Gyllenhaal in Katie Holmes's original role in the Batman Movies. Although I haven't seen the New Batman Movie yet so I could be wrong.