Are you still crying
• United Kingdom
19 Mar 08
I find it very difficult to cry and I have to say that Titanic is probably the only film that has me reaching for the tissues! The fact that it's based on a true story makes it so real, you just want to warn them to slow down, they were so arrogant that it was unsinkable. All those poor people waiting to die and thrown into the icy sea. Heartbreaking. I have seen the film about six times and every time I have tears running down my face.
20 Mar 08
A guy brought to tears........ahhhhhhh........ my heart goes out to you. Most guys I know behave as if they can tough out just about everything. Since you do not cry easily I guess you may agree with me that the writer, actors, and the entire cast backed by the sensational singing of Celine was the undoing of us all.
• United States
30 May 08
I love this movie. I saw it four times in the theater before it left, and I actually have two copies of it on dvd. I didn't BUY two but somehow I have two. Anyway, I cried all four times I've seen it on the bigscreen. I love how the story is framed, and there are some great lines in it. Doesn't hurt that the main characters are a good match either.
• United States
28 May 08
I did not cry but my wife did. We saw it at the movie theater and we had just recently had our second child. My mother in law watched the kids so we could get a night out and we went to see Titanic. My wife who was still really hormonal and still recovering from a C-Section was balling. She was crying so bad I didn't think I would be able to get her to calm down. When the showed the scene where the mother was hugging her two children as the ship was going down, my wife cried out loud. She had to go out in the hall way for a couple of minutes to calm down. I am sure much of the crying was hormonal, but I know she would have cried no matter what. She is sensative enough for the both of us.