How Hearts Go On – Titanic, a Film Review

Titanic is a phenomenal, timeless classics that would tell you how each hearts go on. This is my own views and opinions on the movie Titanic, Marxist criticism.

“I Can Only Imagine” Movie Review

The song, “I Can Only Imagine”, written by Bart Millard of Mercy Me has been made into a movie sharing the personal story that inspired it. It tackles the issue of child abuse and restoring broken relationships later in life.

Salim-Javed and the Angry Young Man

Amitabh Bachchan created the persona of angry young man in 1970s with the screenplay and dialogue written by Salim-Javed. Here is something about the noir period of Indian cinema.

Gaps Between Two Classes Shown in the Titanic Movie by James Cameron: A Marxist Criticism Approach

Titanic became one of the all-time favorite movies since its release in 1997. It evidently depicted different social issues that includes poverty and social classes. The movie showed how a fancy voyage ship was divided into classes leading to an unfair ending.

Titanic: A Floating City of Social Classes

Do you fancy an elegant dinner with the elite? How about a cheap party with the hoi polloi? The 1997 film Titanic is written, directed, co-produced, and co-edited by James Cameron. The RMS Titanic is a floating city; and along with a city is a social ranking: the bourgeoisie, or the upper class, and the proletariat, the lower class. This entire review points out the display of contrast between the social classes in the movie.

Titanic, the Ship of Dreams: A Marxist Criticism Approach

Have you ever had a dream of being aboard? Or do your dreams had the chance to go aboard? Well, that’s quite confusing, like how confusing the life of the people in Titanic. Many people’s life has been wrecked like how the ship descended on the ocean floor together with the dreams of thousands of people including the upper class, bourgeoisie, and the proletariats. The setting of the movie revolves obviously in the ship – the R.M.S Titanic. It sank after it collided with an iceberg during its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York. This review focuses on the gap between social classes that was noticeably seen in one of the highest-grossing movies of all time written and directed by the multi-awarded James Cameron, the Titanic.

A Nightmare in the Ship of Dreams: A Titanic Movie Review (Marxism)

“I’ll never let go, I promise”, almost every person who got to watch the movie “Titanic” experienced on how it is to be Rose because no one seemed to be able to let go of this very wonderful movie. “Titanic” is made in the year 1997 by the golden hands of James Cameron, which has shown the real-life story behind the sinking of the Titanic, a beautiful Olympic-class passenger line. The maiden is divided into 3 parts based on the class, where 1500 people died on its first voyage in 1912, the movie magnificently showed a great love story that rose…

Titanic, the Unsinkable Ship of Dreams Built on Class: A Marxist Criticism

Based on the doomed vessel of 1912 comes the highest grossing film of all time, Titanic written and directed by James Cameron. It follows the epic love story of an elite young woman who fell in love with a drifter young man while aboard the largest ship in history. Generally, this article talks about the discrepancy and inequality between the upper and lower class present on the film.

The Ship of Dead Dreams: A Marxist Review of Titanic

Titanic, a 1997 film based on a 1912 tragedy, is a film depicting social stratification and exposed the effects of that system. The viewers follow the romance of Rose DeWitt Bukater and Jack Dawson, who are varying in social class, as the tragedy is narrated.

Cameron’s Genius: A Formalist Approach to Titanic (1997)

This article aims to review and critique what made Titanic a great film by inspecting its elements along with its creators’ methods and strategies. As well as, seeing how it all came together in one three-hour long blockbuster masterpiece.

Titanic: A Cruise of Classes

This article provides a personal view of the film Titanic. It judged and criticized by means of using Marxism as the main purpose of writing the review.

Titanic, a Cry for a Classless Society: Marxist Criticism

“First class passengers only!” A sentence enough to describe the social injustice between the two classes, the exploiting and the exploited, in the 1997 film by James Cameron, Titanic. Titanic is a film generally seen for its iconic touch of romanticism from the love of two passengers of different social classes. Little did this creative narrative of social class struggle is too loud and too similar of the inequality happening in reality it can easily be bypassed by viewers for its normality. This review is here to face the inequality that happened between first class passengers and third class passengers in the said film.