Yes, Jemma I bet you did. I had made my opinions known about the movie. The ship did it for me. I have been interested in the interior first class areas of the ship like the smoking room, grand staircase, etc. And then to see those like the would have looked in 1912 was awesome. Not to mention the engine room, outside parts of the ship ,whole sinking scene etc. I consider ANTR a documentery more than a movie. I've said it before and I'll sau it again, Cameron's movie was entertainment.
I have nothing better to do..so I'll rank the ones I've seen
1) A Night To Remember
2) Cameron's Titanic
3) S. O. S. Titanic (unedited version)
4) 1953 Film
7) ANTR on tv
8) Propoganda Film
9) The Danielle Steel One (Definitely turned that one off the second the Titanic went under!)
1) Death of a Dream (THE UNDISPUTED KING OF ALL TITANIC DOCUMENTARIES!)
So far - my favorite movie about Titanic is James Camerons Titanic (1997). All these years that I have been intereted in Titanic - I have never seen A Night To Remember. I have read the book though. I think I will have to rent it soon!
I agree with A&E's Titanic: Death of a Dream is the best documentary I have seen, so far.
Cameron's Titanic because of his beautiful depiction of the ship as he portrayed it. With the interiors and exteriors, beautiful. The great thing is that once people saw his movie and saw the ship, thats how alot of people will today remember the Titanic. And I am glad that it is an accurate representation (ie. the ship), because that is a lasting impression most of the world will have on the luxury and horrific demise of the R.M.S Titanic. That's what most people will think about Titanic, the way Cameron potrayed the ship. And boy, did he give a great impression on how beautiful the ship was in her day, now I don't hear any more crapy comments about: " Why do you study, an old crappy disgusting ship!" Cameron gave a great impression, and thats how most people see the ship now, the way Cameron depicted it. And what a great depiction it was. That's why I rank this film number one for me.