Titanic (movie, 1997)

Titanic is an American drama romance written, produced and directed by James Cameron , released in 1997 .

It tells the story of two young passengers of the liner Titanic in. One, Rose, is a first-class passenger who tries to commit suicide to free herself from the constraints imposed by her entourage, and the second, Jack, is a tramp on the third-class board to return to the United States . They meet by chance during the suicide attempt of Rose and live a love story quickly troubled by the sinking of the ship .

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Blade Background (movie, 1996)

White Squall ( White Squall ) is an American film from Ridley Scott released in 1996 . The film is adapted from the book The Last Voyage of the Albatross of Charles Gieg Jr. andFelix Sutton . Based on real facts, this book tells the tragedy of the Albatross sailboat : in 1961 , this ship sank abruptly off Florida , taking with it 6 of the 19 crew members. According to survivors’ testimonies, they were caught in an incredible storm, while the weather was excellent and calm. This weather phenomenon is called a white grain.

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Independence Day (movie, 1996)

Independence Day or the day of independence in Quebec (sometimes abbreviated ID4 ) is a science fiction film American directed by Roland Emmerich and released in 1996 . It tells the story of the invasion of aliens who plundered the Earth’s resources, before which groups of individuals and families flee and converge on the Nevada desert. With the rest of the American population, they hope to participate in a battle of last chance for the survival of the human species. Symbolically this battle takes place on July 4th, the day of the American National Day .

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The Survivors (movie, 1993)

The Survivors ( Alive ) is an American film directed by Frank Marshall and produced by Kathleen Kennedy , released in theaters in 1993 .

Adapted from the bestseller namesake Piers Paul Read Survivors , he tells the crash of Flight 571 Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya relying on the testimony of survivors of the plane crash that killed 29 people and has known only 16 survivors.

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The Last Secret of Poseidon

Beyond the Poseidon Adventure ( Beyond The Poseidon Adventure ) is a disaster film American directed by Irwin Allen , released in 1979 . This is the sequel to The Adventure of Poseidon ( 1972 ). This film has a huge commercial and critical failure. This is Allen’s only disaster movie that has not had any Academy Award nominations .

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Atlantic, latitude 41 °

Atlantic, Latitude 41 ° ( A Night to Remember ) is a British film directed by Roy Ward Baker and released in 1958 . This adaptation of the book The Night of Titanic , written in1955 by the American historian Walter Lord , relates the sinking of the Titanic in 1912 . It is a reference film on this shipwreck, being based on the testimonies of about fifty survivors.

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Titanic (movie, 1953)

Titanic is an American film directed by Jean Negulesco and released in 1953 . It tells the stories of various fictional characters during the sinking of the ship Titanic occurred on. This Hollywood blockbuster has bold special effects for the time, and won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay . It is however little faithful to the reality, especially in comparison with Atlantic, latitude 41 ° , another film devoted to the subject , which leaves five years later.

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Titanic (movie, 1943)

Titanic is a German film by Herbert Selpin and Werner Klingler, released in 1943 .

This propaganda film , commissioned by Joseph Goebbels , depicts the sinking of the Titanic , a British transatlantic liner that struck an iceberg in April 1912. Behind the tragedy, the film aims to condemn the greed of the British owners of the ship through the character of Joseph Bruce Ismay who does not hesitate to launch his ship at full speed in the Atlantic Ocean in defiance of security. Conversely, Lieutenant Petersen, a German officer , opposes these methods and saves the owner of the ship in order to make him pay for his crimes in court.

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King Kong (movie, 1933)

King Kong is a fantastic film American in black and white and produced by Merian Caldwell Cooper and Ernest Schoedsack Beaumont on the screenplay by James Ashmore Creelman and Ruth Rose from an idea of Merian C. Cooper and Edgar Wallace , starring Fay Wray in the role of an actress engaged by director Robert Armstrong and protected by sailor Bruce Cabot . Produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures , this film was released onin the United States , after a premiere at Radio City Music Hall in New York on March 7 , which was a huge success and launched the myth of King Kong in popular culture.

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The Ark of Noah (movie, 1928)

Noah’s Ark ( Noah’s Ark ) is an American film directed by Michael Curtiz , released in 1928 .

Probably the most spectacular film ever produced by Hollywood, with an epic staging on behalf of the Warner, which produces here one of the most gigantic films in its history. Some scenes are still today some of the most incredible ever projected on a screen.

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