e of Pi0 should be seen on the movie screen to fully appreciate its majesty in 3-D, but in the end it is the story that matters most.
It might not feature a lot of modern special effects, but it has a good story to tell.
The 3D version looks incredible, as does the 2D version. Two new documentaries add depth to this terrific release.
Hang on, New York; it's going to be a bumpier ride than sitting in a roller coaster car on the Cyclone at Coney Island.
Pop described watching the great ship come in and at first being totally in awe of something "bigger than Ebbetts Field in the sky."
Seau is dead by his own hand, but the NFL must be held complicit in that it needs to do more for former players to help them cope with life after football.
Made in 1958, A Night to Remember remains the finest, most accurate account of the sinking of the Titanic.
This particular Titanic film is worth seeing, especially in this release.
Social class is one of humanity's most important constructs, but what is it? And why bring up the Titanic?
An enticing novel about a talented woman who survived the sinking of the Titanic.