Worst scene from a Titanic film ever

Hello all!
This is my very first posting (so bear with me!).
I chose to write here first because funnily enough i was watching a copy of the 1980 film Raise the Titanic only this morning.
I cant really fault this film, but one film that really bugged me? Titanic starring Catherine Zeta-Jones and Tim Currey. I think its the one on American CBS Some members have alreasy reffered to. In all scenes this was a horrid attempt at a Titanic movie, the cast especially the supposed theif and hero,and Tim Curreys awfully bad acting in this film make it THE worst ive ever seen.
The movie "No greater Love" based on Danelle Steel novel.In the sinking scene (jumping off the stern of the Queen Mary) the mother asks the father where there son is , he replies i saw him go over the side , but dont worry he went over with Charles (son in law) , the mother then just smiles at her husband and says thank god there safe.This cracks me up because he just jumped 100ft into icy water and she didnt even look over to see if he made it , the whole movie was bad.
i still think that the renault scene was the worst.
and I have a question did something like that really happen on the Titanic :-( i mean come on! Sorry if this is a little harsh but this is my opinion if anyone would like to differ please do i would like to start a conversation! Well thank you for listening to my opinion. Bye and have a nice day!
Assuming you mean the location rather than the activity, the answer is no. Passengers had no access to the holds and the only car on board was shipped inside a crate.
>>i still think that the renault scene was the worst.<<

I don't know about that. That "Wormie on the hookie." thing spoken by Anne Archer was really corny IMO, and about the only thing redeeming about the production with Catherine Zeta-Jones was....


Hmmmmm....Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Is she as good as everyone really thinks? I reckon she was better in Chicago. I saw it on the plane to New Zealand, and they had to restart the film 4 times after half an hour before they gave up. That half an hour repeated over and over was better than the entire miniseries, which coincidentely I saw that same day of departure.
Just have to see Jemma and Christine's version now.
My best,

>>Is she as good as everyone really thinks?<<

The people who gave her an Acadamy Award seem to think so. Naturally, you're results may vary on this, but I've seen far worse. There are any number of so-called supermodels out there who are great on the eyes, but who's performances grate on the nerves.
I'll give her the fact that she is a very good actress. I actually read your post wrong this morning - I was tired, so I apologise for that. I've only seen her in Titanic and Chicago, and I think she is a fine actress and is extremely talented.
At least, she is a lot better than some of those singer/actresses who seem to pop up now and then. Can anyone say Brittany Spears?
Sorry about the mix up,

No, I'm sorry, Alex, there's a rule here that if you say Britney Spears in a posting you get banned for life, and spelling variations are no excuse. Hang on. Did I just say Britney Spears? Oops, I did it again. Where are we going to post now?
>>I actually read your post wrong this morning - I was tired, so I apologise for that.<<

No problem. I have some less then steller moments when I'm wiped out too. Brittney Spears? Uhhhhhh...not going to go there. I don't know her, don't follow her and the only music I've heard from her is that canned stuff playing over the speakers where I work for the benefit of the customers.
I seem to remember in the miniseries that... just before the break up there were these (third class I suppose... it's been ages)sitting on this bench like the whole world's a picnic...la-ti-da and then the decking starts splitting. I think it was after the planks got up to like... two feet in the air was when they did anything.

And for anyone who likes to make fun of Cameron's Titanic... here's a fun link:


Also in SOS Titanic... which was the first Titanic movie that I saw.. starting around four. We watched it regularly and I guess it was that that started my interest in ships... although it's strange saying that. Anyways...

Cloris Leachman talking about her "Legitimate stage debut." makes me wonder what she was implying...

The girl who played Madeline Astor... St. Something saying, "I'm not beautiful." was funny enough that it started an inside joke between my brother and I.

The Barbara Stanwick Titanic rates as one of my least liked films of all time. "NORMAN! NORMAN! NORMAN!!!!!" gets annoying after what seems to be a full twenty minutes of redundant screaming. It would have topped it all off if she had started banging her head against the lifeboat as she screamed.

The "Nearer My God To Thee" is cheesier than a deep dish pizza. Not to mention the idea that the ship "exploded" just before it went down... powerful enough to discombobulate one of the walls of the set. The sets weren't really that good. And Barbara Stanwick and what's-his-face playing her husband - their "I'll snipe you and you snipe me" attitude isn't that interesting.

But of course... when you're watching a Barbara Stanwick movie, you can expect her to shoot her lover/boyfriend/husband near or at the end. It only happens in %80 of her movies. lol.

I haven't seen Cameron's one... but I don't think I like the sound of the "I want you to draw me in this and only in this." scene. Seems unnecessary and one of those things that you look at and say "Why did they write this in?" Just like the Renault scene.

One other thing I remember from the mini series. In a scene in the Grand Staircase or somewhere nearby... in the background Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker is playing. I always thought that was the most inappropriate music on a ship.