Thursday, February 6, 2014

Raise the Titanic movie Blu-ray Review

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Join the underwater race to salvage the Titanic and its vital defense cargo with the Cold War thriller Raise the Titanic now available on Blu-ray from Shout! Factory. The Blu-ray/DVD combo boasts an all-new high definition transfer as well as a new featurette The Making of RAISE THE TITANIC.

Adapted from Clive Cussler's International best-seller, Raise the Titanic follows the exploits of American special agent Dirk Pitt as he sets out to recover critical material from the Titanic which could make the US impregnable to atomic attack. The ship is down too deep for divers and the only solution is to raise it. The incredible project must be managed in absolute secrecy  due to the threat of deadly interference from a rival nation. When the Titanic is finally, and majestically, brought to the surface, it's discovered that the vital, rare material is missing!

A breathtaking adventure from beginning to end, Raise the Titanic stars Jason Robards, Richard Jordan, David Selby, Anne Archer and Alec Guinness. Raise the Titanic was originally released in 1980 and has a run time of 114 minutes.

My husband and I watched this movie. At first based on the movie title and cover - I thought it was a documentary but I was wrong!  We enjoyed this movie - the imagery....and the soundtrack was amazing! I read the book years ago and the movie doesn't stick with the book but it was still enjoyable to watch!

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1 comment:

  1. I remember watching this movie years ago when it first came out - we loved it!