The remains of the Titanic look as if they’re literally melting into the past. Corroded and draped with ”rusticles,” the ship’s murky ruins are a majestic subject for a 3-D IMAX film, and director James Cameron does a visually splendid job, even if what he has fashioned comes down to a footnote to his primal, heart-of-the-ocean blockbuster.
Ghosts of the AbyssThe remains of the Titanic look as if they're literally melting into the past. Corroded and draped with ''rusticles,'' the ship's murky ruins are a...Ghosts of the AbyssDocumentaryPT60MGThe remains of the Titanic look as if they're literally melting into the past. Corroded and draped with ''rusticles,'' the ship's murky ruins are a...2003-05-09Buena Vista Pictures
Genre: Documentary; Starring: James Cameron, Bill Paxton; Director: James Cameron; Release Date Wide: 04/11/2003; Runtime (in minutes): 60; MPAA Rating: G; Distributor: Buena Vista Pictures
Posted May 9 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
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