Wednesday, September 22, 2010

AFI Top 100 Film Quotes: King of the World

American Film Institute Top Quote #100:
I'm king of the world!


Have You Seen It?
I saw Titanic four times in theaters and I don't know how many times on DVD. I was so impressed with the film's technical and artistic achievements.


Cubby said...

I loved Titanic too. I had such a crush on Fabrizio, but after the first few scenes he pretty much disappeared :-(

Breenlantern said...

OK, so here's a glimpse into my freaky side: Jeffrey and I never saw this film. We didn't intentionally avoid it at first, but more and more people started pressuring us to see it, insisting it was a major cinematic event and we must see it and what started out as playful refusal just to irk people off became a "thing" with us and our friends and, eventually, we vowed never to see the film because so many people insisted we had to. To this day, we have never seen it and try to avoid any music or clips from it on principle. So, never saw it, never will. Yeah I'm a rebel like that.

MJ said...

I am convinced that I'm the only one who's never seen Titanic.

But I like that it has the word "Tit" in the title. does title.

Bob said...

I've never seen it.
I don't really have a desire to see it.
I know people go crazy, went crazy, over it, and that probably fed into my mile-wide stubborn streak which kept me away.
And now I just don't care to see it.
I mean, the ship sank, right?

Betty Manousos @ CUT AND DRY said...

Good morning, Michael!
I adore that film! I love anything in it.

Anonymous said...

love the movie...still one I go to when I want a good cry ;)

robertga99 said...

I have seen it maybe once all the way through. I liked it but didn't love it.

Julia, the Thanksgiving Girl said...

I guess it's hard to find someohe who hasn't seen Titanic!!!

Julia, the Thanksgiving Girl said...

Hahahaha, reading above comments now :))))) lol

Bobbie's Babbles said...

Me too, me too, me too. Loved this movie!!!

Brahm (alfred lives here) said...

Saw it in a theatre and loved it; after all the hype lost my taste for it, and that damn Celine Dion song that played endlessly on the radio.

Was on TV recently and enjoyed it again - enough time has passed I guess.

And technically amazing!

SteveA said...

I saw it but was not a huge fan! Sorry! Maybe because it was so talked about but I did cry a few times at the end!

Ray's Cowboy said...

Love the movie. but I thought she wasstupid for throwing that wonderful piece of jewlery away.

Raybeard said...

In 'Titanic' can anyone tell me if it was intended as a joke, when the DiCaprio character is captured by the dastardly David Warner (hisssss!) and is secured to a pipe in the ship's lower decks, when Kate Winslet discovers him and goes to try to find something to help him escape, he calls after her "I'll wait here!"? Was that James Horner or Leo having a laugh'? Just wondering.

Raybeard said...

Oops! In my comment above, James Horner (composer) should, of course, have read James Cameron.