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Titanic Blu-ray

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Blu-ray + DVD Paramount Pictures | 1997 | 194 min | Rated PG-13 | Sep 10, 2012

Titanic (Blu-ray)

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC (24.12 Mbps)
Resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1

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Audio 5.0 of 55.0
Extras 4.8 of 54.8
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Titanic Blu-ray truly is a masterpiece with perfect scores all around making it one of the best Blu-ray's ever

After winning a trip on the RMS Titanic during a dockside card game, American Jack Dawson spots the society girl Rose DeWitt Bukater who is on her way to Philadelphia to marry her rich snob fiance Cal Hockley. Rose feels helplessly trapped by her situation and makes her way to the aft deck and thinks of suicide until she is rescued by Jack. Cal is therefore obliged to invite Jack to dine at their first-class table where he suffers through the slights of his snobbish hosts. In return, he spirits Rose off to third class for an evening of dancing, giving her the time of her life. Deciding to forsake her intended future all together, Rose asks Jack, who has made his living making sketches on the streets of Paris, to draw her in the nude wearing the invaluable blue diamond Cal has given her. Cal finds out and has Jack locked away. Soon afterwards, the ship hits an iceberg and Rose must find Jack while both must run from Cal even as the ship sinks deeper into the freezing water.

For more about Titanic and the Titanic Blu-ray release, see Titanic Blu-ray Review published by on where this Blu-ray release scored 5.0 out of 5.

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Frances Fisher, Gloria Stuart
Director: James Cameron

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Titanic Blu-ray, Video Quality

  5.0 of 5

Titanic sails onto Blu-ray with a remarkable 1080p transfer. Certainly, "the reflection's changed a bit" since last the movie was offered on home video, and for the better. For the significantly better. Titanic looks as good as brand-new movie on Blu-ray, with every intricate little detail in its place, each color perfectly balanced and true to the film's intended appearance. Light grain remains throughout, supporting a wonderful film-like texturing. Certainly, some of the effects shots look a hair smooth, nighttime exteriors sometimes a touch pale, and unmissable banding surrounds the submersible's bright light source against the otherwise pitch-black ocean depth at film's beginning, but these merely reflect the way the movie's always looked, the way it looked in theaters, on home video, and now on Blu-ray. Though these moments may not appear as crisp and perfectly defined as the rest of the movie, there's simply no denying that Titanic's spectacle translates remarkably well to high definition, and audiences will be amazed what a strong image this really is. It's truly the best-case scenario for the film's high definition debut. Even on the ocean floor, there are some remarkable visuals that remain finely and tightly detailed. An old shoe, bent eyeglasses, a mask, a broken piano, even individual speckles of sand and disturbed and floating debris look amazing, all being seen through the lens of technology the passengers and crew of Titanic could have never imagined. The shots inside the submersible reveal stunning facial textures -- notably on Paxton's face where every line and pore is revealed with incredible lifelike accuracy -- and good, steady colors. The film remains naturally sharp throughout, and displays a crisp image that reveals everything from the elder Rose's wooden kitchen counter to her wrinkled and speckled face with detail so rich and realistic one can nearly feel the textures. Bright exteriors seen when Rose arrives at the expedition site offer brilliant colors that retain a natural, even appearance.

When the film flashes back to 1912 for the bulk of its runtime, the sheer quality of the image remains, if not strengthens. From the moment Rose first appears, the image positively dazzles with the natural purple shade that defines her hat, brilliant in sunlight and accurate even in shadow. Its intricate details dazzle, and the natural texture of Rose's delicate face and the clarity of the surroundings could not be any more impressive. The image remains sharp and focused even at a distance, capturing with startling precision the hustle and bustle of the docks prior to the ship's departure. The Titanic's regal adornments will impress even the most jaded viewer with the natural precision with which smooth wooden surfaces, golden appointments, and general aristocratic accents truly sparkle, both in texture and color reproduction. Even in the lower decks, where wood and gold and fine trim give way to plain glossy white, the transfer picks up the most subtle little touches of the surfaces that practically transport the viewer to steerage. Clothes are wonderfully detailed and intricately complex, whether the fine lines and seams on black tuxedos or the stitched decorations on the captain's hat. The above deck shots capture that same natural precision noted in the dock sequence; everything is beautifully reflective of the lighting conditions, whether a brilliant sun shining off of Rose's red hair or the ship's lights and the moon gently illuminating darkened areas. The image remains crisp and accurate even through the chaos of the collision and subsequent sinking while under the darkness of night. Some of the shots of the distant life rafts appear somewhat washed out, but this appears to be by design and how the movie has always looked in such scenes; otherwise, audiences would be staring at a predominantly black screen. This is a pure Blu-ray transfer, the very definition of an exemplary presentation. Fans will be simply astonished with Paramount's efforts on this classic film.

Titanic Blu-ray, Audio Quality

  5.0 of 5

Titanic's DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 lossless soundtrack is a match for the video and one of the finest high definition audio presentations on the market today. The track handles its wide range of sound elements with equal precision and grace, whether light ambience such as a churning hard drive heard during a scene in which Rose watches a digital recreation of the sinking in chapter seven or rushing waters tearing through the ship's lower decks as the vessel meets its doom. There are a few moments when the track seems to leave a little behind, such as on the docks before ship's departure; the din of the hustle and bustle doesn't quite stretch so far into the background so as to completely immerse the listening audience into the moment and practically place them in the location, but the effect is nonetheless a very good one. However, the majority of the track makes full use of the entire stage. A helicopter slices through the soundstage with startling efficiency and power as it brings Rose to the modern-day ship. In 1912, the sense of sheer power -- heard and felt -- as the ship shoves off and gets underway will dazzle. The raw strength as it pushes through water, moves from side to side, and powers through the Atlantic will leave listeners breathless. Counter that with the heavy churns of what are literally well-oiled machines down in the engine room and the steamy heat of the boiler room and audiences get a full sonic sense of the entire spectrum of the ship in motion. Music is balanced and naturally smooth. Whether James Horner's (Glory) epic score, live party music below decks, or the band's music that famously plays on as the ship sinks, every note enjoys crystal-clear clarity as they effortlessly float into the listening area. The track injects pleasant above deck ambience, gently inserting light winds and rolling waters to capture the sonic essence of being aboard the ship.

However, the track is defined by the second half's more energized effects. The scrapes and cracks heard during the collision penetrate the soundstage with frightening accuracy. Sloshing water; wet footsteps; and later, rushing waters exploding through the corridors -- shattering glass and sweeping away passengers -- play with startling volume, energy, and precision. Those rushing waters represent one of the best yet most terrifying sound effects ever heard on Blu-ray, and such elements all but saturate the soundstage and displace the listener and the equipment. Outside, the din of frightened passengers, the creaky sound of the lifeboats being lowered via a system of pulleys, the distant chaos from inside the ship, and the band's music altogether truly pull listeners into the chilled Atlantic night. A few scattered gunshots ring out with efficient power and presence. Dialogue plays evenly and smoothly from the center channel, never lost under music, ambient effects, or heavy sound elements. This is an extraordinary, totally immersive and genuine soundtrack that effortlessly transports listeners into the world of burgeoning romance and, later, the chaos of Titanic's final moments.

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