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Could Jack Have Fit on the Titanic Door? Let’s Examine the Modern Cinema Debate of Our Time Through the Years http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/time/topstories/~3/fbT4hLnFWZc/ Jul 16th 2019, 19:32
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It’s been more than two decades since James Cameron’s Titanic hit theaters and the love story of Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet) took the world by storm. But even 22 years after the movie’s release, audiences are still debating is whether or not Jack could have fit on the door that saved Rose from dying in the icy waters of the northern Atlantic. As anyone who has seen Titanic knows, the scene in which Jack freezes to death in the ocean after getting Rose safely on top of the door is one of the movie’s saddest. But there are some Titanic fans who feel that that there was plenty of room for Jack to wait to be rescued right alongside Rose.
The question of whether Jack could have fit on the door has sparked an intense debate that continues to this day. During a recent video interview with MTV News to promote his new movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, DiCaprio himself was asked to weigh in on the “biggest movie controversy of all time.” But before we wade into DiCaprio’s response, let’s take a look back at the modern cinema debate of our time through the years. December 1997: Titanic hits theaters 發表於