101 years after a tragedy that shook the world, an elderly Rose Calvert finds herself telling her granddaughter and some gold-digging explorers who have their heart's set on finding the Heart of the Ocean, a necklace of the late King Louis XVI that supposedly is at the bottom of the Atlantic, about her experience on the greatest ocean liner of her time, the Titanic. Boarding with her insensitive mother and controlling fiancee, Caledon Hockley,, she finds herself wanting to break free of the chains they placed on her. And after meeting the artistic steerage passenger Jack Dawson, she finds that the fantasy can become a reality. However, one faithful evening on the ship's maiden voyage, it strikes trouble. Follow Jack and Rose as they fight for survival and love in one of the all-time biggest romance films, sure to bring tears of joy and sadness to eyes for generations to come. I honestly cannot find a real flaw in the story. It's heartwarming and sure to become a classic. I suppose for those of you who think love at first sight isn't real, this won't be a favorite. However, it is still an amazing film of survival and instincts to stay alive in the icy Atlantic. A must-watch!