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For many of us, seeing Titanic in the movie theater when it came out in 1997 was a rite of passage. Some of us (not naming any names) saw it multiple times in the theater before buying it on VHS to watch it many (and I do mean many) more times at home. Now we have streaming sites to watch favorite movies, but back then it was just a Titanic buff and their VCR.
Seriously, what’s not to love? A rich girl engaged to the wrong man. A handsome, not-so-rich boy. A gorgeous ship on a doomed voyage. It doesn’t get any more dramatic (and perfect) than that. The classic film celebrated its 25th anniversary in December 2022. To commemorate the occasion, select theaters will have limited-time showtimes beginning this month.
Releasing one of the most beloved love stories of all time just before Valentine’s and Galentine’s Day is a pro move if you ask us. Round up your girlfriends for Galentine’s Day and have a good cry over one of Hollywood’s best romances. We’ll even hook you up with some tissue coupons so you can stock up before the release. Oh and don’t forget to download The Krazy Coupon Lady app for more news and money-saving tips.
The Titanic movie will be in Cinemark theaters beginning Feb. 9.
Cinemark theaters will begin showtimes in select locations on Feb. 9, 2023, with a wider release on Friday, Feb. 10, 2023. The Titanic movie stars Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio as the memorable Rose and Jack. They meet on the ship, fall in love, and the rest is (somewhat factual) history! This isn’t the first time Titanic has been re-released since its debut in December 1997. We also saw it hit theaters in 2012 for a record-breaking opening week and again in 2017 to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
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This time around watch Titanic in 3D 4K HDR (really awesome quality, in layman’s terms).
Even if you’ve seen it a million times, this go-round Titanic will be shown in 3D 4K HDR and high-frame-rate, so you’ll be able to see all the minute details. For reference, movies are typically shown at 24 frames per second. At this increased 48 frames per second speed, the movie will appear more realistic. So we might finally learn the answer to whether or not there was room for Jack on the door. (There was.)
Ticket prices will vary by location but are between $12 and $18.
If you’re dying to watch this movie again in the theater, know that ticket prices are going to look a little different than they did in 1997. Ticket prices in the zip codes we checked started at $12 for adults and $9.25 for kids. This was for a regular 3D showing in a normal theater setting. Prices increase if you see it in XD and happen to get lucky enough to have luxury lounger chairs, in which case tickets are around $17.75 for adults and $13.75 for kids. It’s also worth noting that since this is a 3D movie, we didn’t find any matinee pricing, but you should call and check with your local theater to see if they offer promotions or deals.
Tickets are already on sale for Feb. 9 showings. To see local showtimes and purchase tickets or just to see ticket prices in your area, visit the Cinemark website to view your local theater.