5 King of the 3D Worlduncleaddyb | 24/09/2012 | See all uncleaddyb's reviews (54)Top 100 Reviewer Top 10 Music Reviewer When released back in 1997, Titanic was the most expensive film ever made. Looking back, it's easy to see why. The special effects, for the most part still look as fresh as they did originally and the 3D conversion (the best I've seen so far) adds a whole new level of depth and clarity to the film.The story, while familiar now, still managed to keep me hooked all the way through, although I was glad that it was split over 2 discs as that gave me a good excuse for a 5 minute break (it's a long film).If you're one of the few people who has yet to see Titanic this would be the best place to start. The 3D (as said above) is breath-taking and the surround sound is amazing and also adds to the experience. This is how films should be converted and bought to blu-ray.