“Titanic was called the ship of dreams and it was, it really was.” I am deeply, madly and head-over-heels in love with the TITANIC that I even considered taking up any Marine course just to have the opportunity to go down in a submarine and see the wreck of this ship. It’s really a ship of dreams eh!?
I’m a fan, BIG FAN of TITANIC way before the rise and fame of Jack and Rose. I’ve watched two older film versions of the Titanic tragedy, including the Zeta-Jones-Gallagher starrer. However, it’s only after the release of James Cameron’s masterpiece in 1997, that I became more interested and fascinated by its story and history. I researched libraries after libraries and encyclopedia after encyclopedia. I used to watch the VHS version of the movie Titanic everyday and that is without any exaggeration, to the point of memorizing the whole script, dreaming that someday there’ll be a ‘script-contest’ for the movie. Ack! Nowadays, with the bang of the ‘www-dot-era’, I download every possible downloadable which relates to Titanic. I also scout every BookSale I know just to find books and gratefully, they haven’t failed me. I now have several collection of Titanic books up to this date, both fiction and non-fiction, hard-bound and paperback.
Just to show how staple Titanic is in my persona, the following are the links of my previous entries which relate to my most-loved ship!
All these drama and reminiscing is because of this, the commemoration of TITANIC’s 100th year:
Re-release of J.Cameron’s TITANIC in 3D Cinemas, April 2012
I am now booking my husband and friends for a movie date, a MONTH-LONG movie date. Seriously, I intend to watch the movie in 3D cinemas AT LEAST every week. J And again, I’m dead-serious about it. I’m that crazy, stupid and OA when it comes to her!
And look at my new baby,
Awesomeness, this book brings me back to my reading mojo!
Are you also fond of Titanic? Are you as excited as I am? It’s a nice feeling to look forward to something in the coming year, don’t you think so too?