Ever wonder what makes James Cameron's 1997 Hollywood epic "Titanic" one of the most commercially and critically successful films of all time? Titanic superfan Brittany Butler and movie buff Ethan Brehm are here to take a deeper look into what makes this movie work so well by analyzing it... Scene by scene. Are you a fan of the movie? Awesome! This podcast is for you. Not a fan? Consider listening to hopefully gain a new perspective!
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This is our last scene before the official "Death of Titanic." We're truly closing in on the end now as Jack and Rose make it to the stern of the ship, where they'll spend their final moments together on Titanic. more
Some technical difficulties, a few scheduling conflicts and two sicknesses later... We bring you Scene 33! more
In this episode we break down the incredible sequence that is the "Nearer My God To Thee" montage -- with special guest Raf Avila, a.k.a. The Titanic Guy! It was so great speaking with Raf about this emotional, stand-out moment. He also shares his Ti... more
Watch the titanic movie and I’m captain of the ship and don’t watch the sad part it really 😢and can you please have leo on the your podcast
And I love Brittany’s impressions, you have a real ear for it. The Rose impression especially is perfect! Please don’t go back and take out them out, you can never please everyone but this podcast the success it is because of your genuine love for the movie and the impressions are a part of that. more
The inconsistency with releasing episodes is unreal. Also, it appears that the one host has never seen Titanic before.
I’ve been a big fan of the ship, Cameron’s movie, and now, this podcast. Funny but insightful plenty of times too. And don’t be discouraged by the haters, I love the impressions!
Y’all need to post.I love this podcast to much for you going silent.🤍🤍🤍
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James Cameron's Titanic: Scene by Scene launched 5 years ago and published 38 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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