Out now on Blu-ray and DVD from Millcreek Entertainment is The Titanic: The Epic Miniseries Event starring Peter Gallagher (American Beauty), George C Scott (Inherit the Wind), Catherine Zeta-Jones (Red 2), Eva Marie Saint (Superman Returns) and Tim Curry (Ribbit). The story begins in London, one a young pickpocket, Jaime Perse, steals his way on board the Titanic. The cream of high society is gathering there including society matron Hazel Foley, financier John Jacob Astor, self-made millionaire Wynn Park, and the infamous Molly Brown.
But also on board is Simon Doonan, our hard-bitten criminal determined to rob the first class passengers and simultaneously destroy Jaime’s last chance to start over. The Titanic weaves a captive mosaic of lives that will touch your heart forever. 1523 men women and children parish the night the Titanic sailed into darkness. Only 705 passengers survived. Their tragic experience will grip your imagination and their courage will capture your heart. The Titanic set sail on a collision course with destiny in the spellbinding epic adventure featuring outstanding performances by Peter Gallagher, George C Scott, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Eva Marie Saint, Tim Currie and Marilu Henner. Melding together the heart-wrenching stories of peoples whose lives, loves, in fortunes were arable quickly change the night of April 14, 1912.
My Opinion: I really enjoyed this miniseries event and although I have seen the movie this really helped me see more of the Titanic that I may have missed. This runs a total of 2 hours and 54 minutes which will have you crying and enjoying the twist and turns of the real life event Titanic.
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