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9th Nov 2005, 15:25
Just had to laugh at the new Titanic dvd with alternative endings. How the bloody hell can you have a different ending she lies at the botom of the Atlantic.

Darth Nigel
9th Nov 2005, 15:30
They'r working on a prequel, to show how the ship was built. I hear it's riveting!!!

And as long as Leo DeCrapio dies in all the endings, I'll be a happy camper.

9th Nov 2005, 15:34
This got anything to do with Timmcat's caption thread?

Onan the Clumsy
9th Nov 2005, 17:14
How the bloody hell can you have a different ending she lies at the botom of the Atlantic. Well, that's wot you say. How do we know some enterprising bloke didn't just SAY it sunk and meanwhile flogged it off to the Arabs or something?

You probably think th US actually WENT to the moon :rolleyes:

9th Nov 2005, 17:27
What a load of spoilers you are !

No point in my going to see the film now I know the ending.

9th Nov 2005, 17:32
Titanic dvd
I can only take 12 cm. :(

.......which quashes those Lara Croft rumours, BTW. :*

9th Nov 2005, 17:57
Ah, well you see it wasn't really the Titanic that sank that night at all....


9th Nov 2005, 18:19
>I can only take 12 cm.

I've only got 12 cm. You ARE talking of floppy dics?

9th Nov 2005, 19:13

Hey, you speak for yourself! :E

Buster Hyman
9th Nov 2005, 19:52
Has no one seen Raise the Titanic? (Gawd! It was only me!):uhoh:

9th Nov 2005, 21:27
Maybe the ending had nothing to do with the ship?

Just a thought!

9th Nov 2005, 21:31
I hope they've ammended the fact that wossisname Di Caprio SANK. He should have floated, he was frozen was he not? Ice floats, human bodies are mainly water, ergo he should have floated about in a mildly comic manner.

I was also hoping for a comedy-tongue/lips stuck to ice trick with Ms. Winslet kissing said FLOATING corpse.

Hopefully find room for this (http://www.notthesneeze.com/art/loose_art/trombone2.wav) noise when they hit the iceberg?

10th Nov 2005, 04:56
Yeh, but she turned out frigid.

Nick Riviera
10th Nov 2005, 11:57

On hearing how much money his company lost on producing that wonderful flop, Raise the Titanic, Lew Grade commented that it would have been cheaper to lower the Atlantic!