Titanic the great movie but few mistakes.
May 6, 2007 7:26am CST
I love this film and watched several times.A greatest movie ever made by Hollywood. Hollywood is known for its perfection.I am going to point out some mistakes in the movie TITANIC. The information is collected from different sites.Following are some mistakes: 1)When Rose goes to save hadciffed Jack she meets with a man and asks him for help.But the man runs and Rose gives him a punch.You can see clearly blood in his hand before the incidence.After the puch he raises his hand and smears it on his face. 2)After Jack draws pictures of Rose,Jack writes the date 14 April 1912 at the bottom of the drawing.If the ship sank on April 14 at 2:00,the ship would have sank already.And if it could not have been after 12:00 because later the clock said it was 11:30. 3)The car where Jack and rose hide in is a 1914 car.The movie took place in 1912. 4)If you watch closely for the part where Jack is preparing to meet Rose's family at the party.In front of the room is a glass door.If you look closely at the glass door you can see a cameraman and his camera. 5)In the scene where jack is getting ready to draw Rose,Rose hands him a Dime.The dime has John.F.Kennedy's head on it.When JFK was born? 6)In a scene Rose and her fiance(Billy Zane)look at the painting of picasso.This particular painting is now in museum.If it really sank with Titanic how it reached in museum?
• United States
6 May 07
I hadn't caught those but you do have a point with them. The only thing I can think of with the date that it could have been set at the time the Titanic hit the iceberg and not the time it actually went under, however I doubt that was the case. I'm just saying that is one way to explain the confusion on the dates. Of course the fact that someone from third class eating up on first class deck would not have happened, no matter what the first class passengers stated. The same with her going below. It would not have been allowed. There would have been no way for them to interact. However it does make for a good story doesn't it?
• United States
7 May 07
Actually at 11:30pm it was the 14th. That was when it hit the iceberg. It sank on the 15th: "Titanic was an Olympic class passenger liner that became infamous for her collision with an iceberg on 14 April 1912 and dramatic sinking on 15 April 1912." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RMS_Titanic So yes that one they actually didn't goof on. As to the church services I'm not sure. Most things on the Titanic at that time would not have allowed first and third classes to mix. They would more then likely have had 2 separate masses.
12 May 07
Manvick or DR. MANVICK!! I am confused buddy. What a research. Hey can u send me some more information about the Institute from where you got all such good stuff. It's cool buddy and I am really happy that you went such further. Great and much appreciated. I wana be a DOC to.. I wana do further research on it. So by the next time you respond to any of my disucssion you can use DR. instead of Mr. in front of my NAME... Awesome...