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I was actually going to write these in "Wall" section because it might be spam (it's mostly about my personal feelings and experiences.) But there was a character limitation. So I had to write as it is an article. I'm sorry for the inconvenience...

I watched Titanic in 3D two days ago. I can't say I'm a big fan of the 3D thing for this movie. But the movie itself is wonderful and that's the point. Watching Titanic again in theatre is definitely priceless! I'd go and watch it again, if it were to be released 10 years later...
My problem is, I'm thinking of Jack since I watched it two days ago....
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Caldeon Hockley:  Machiavellian malcontent or misunderstood martyr?
Caldeon Hockley: Machiavellian malcontent or misunderstood martyr?
I was nine years old when Titanic was released, and I was probably like a lot of you then. I idolized Jack Dawson and had pretty much written Cal off as just another bad guy. I'm probably the last person you'd expect to say that,right? But then I found something that completely changed my mind about him.
Billy Zane once said this of Cal: "His heart is breaking just as he's realizing he has one."
Billy Zane once said this of Cal: "His heart is breaking just as he's realizing he has one."
One day my dad brought a copy of James Cameron's Titanic home from the library, and when I was reading it, I came upon this quote from Billy Zane: "[Cal's] heart is breaking just as...
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