Sink or Swim? Twitter Reviews 'Titanic 3D' in 140 Characters or Less

Jeremy Cabalona

James Cameron's blockbuster film, Titanic, is back -- and this time you can see all of the tragic, iceberg-induced action in 3D. Titanic 3D was released April 4 and is already drawing heated reactions across Twitter.

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Some Twitter users have been overcome with a rush of nostalgia, while others were reminded how much they disliked the movie in the first place, when it was released December 1997.

Titanic held the record for highest grossing film in the world for over a decade, and cemented itself a place in popular culture.  The 3D reboot coincides with the 100th anniversary of the real Titanic, which set sail April 10, 1912.

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Check out these responses and reviews for Titanic 3D.  Are you going to see Titanic 3D, or was once enough for you?

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This story originally published on Mashable here.