I don't understand on why would they do something like this what if it just goes down like the first one ? I support it but what if alot of people die on this one just like the last?
That`s your opinion but I think they`re going overboard (no pun intended).I don't see that building a theme park attraction is any worse than a romantic movie, or a website. Different forms of the same thing.
So are you saying that there shouldn`t be any limits when it comes to portraying a tragic event? The movie was made I believe in a respectful way, to evoke the feeling of sadness and peril - while an amusement park attraction would probably consist of laughing families pointing at the ice berg and having selfies taken. That to me is a world of difference, but if it`s all the same to you then whatever, to each his own. I`m not going to visit that park out of principle though, but I hope you have a blast.Why is watching actors pretending to be 1500 dying people offensive, but watching the same thing recorded on film not offensive?
There really wasn`t a single human error left undone that night, was there.So sad it is, there never will another Titanic and we'll never have the chance to meet the ghost of Murdoch on the boatdeck saying "Sorry for hard a starboad order!"