Yesterday was the 100th anniversary of the loss of Titanic. Thinking about it, hearing about the stories, I decided to treat myself to “Titanic 3-D.” I have watched the movie numerous times and truly love it, but I was curious as to how the movie could be made into 3-D.
Before the movie started, we were reminded to wear our 3-D glasses. Placing them on my face, I was ready. Anticipating a true 3-D movie, I sat in anticipation. Just when would I react from the thrills and chills of a 3-D movie.
Never did it happen. Yes, I would go back again to see the 3-D version, although I have the DVD of Titanic in my collection. I do enjoy 3-D but Titanic was the movie I truly thought would leave me spellbound.