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So I was not expecting much from this movie and you won't either. The animation transitions between 3D for the ship and 2D for the characters and the rest of the environment. The plot is loosely based on the Titanicmovie with some animal and fish cartoon characters thrown in but that can't save you from the boring pacing of the movie leading up to the time when the ship finally gets hits by an iceberg. The way it sinks is worth it which is why I am going to give this 2 stars.
Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2020
This 'film' really isn't worthy of any sort of promotion. It's extremely offensive in the fact that it not only ignores, but completely denies the deaths of over 1500 people. Not a single person who was actually on that ship is ever mentioned or shown, the 'love story' is creepy as all get out if you think about it in any depth - not to mention ridiculously unrealistic and rushed. A lot of the plot points are just asinine - magical talking orcas and tears that can make one able to talk to animals (and others, if they SHARE a part of your SOUL - except for the bad guys; all they need is a whistle and the prison sharks will hold complete conversations). It's sickeningly dumbed down, to the point I wouldn't show it to an infant.
Also, the transitions between 3D BLATANTLY EMPTY SHIP and POPULATED 2D characters, is utter dog crap.
Once upon a time, there was a massive ship called the Titanic where true love bloomed. It sank because of the machinations of evil sharks and a whaling magnate. But nobody died because whales rescued everyone. The end.
Or so "The Legend of the Titanic" would have you believe. This Italian animated movie was apparently made by people who believe that the historical wreck of the Titanic was actually some kind of modern fairy tale. So we have the "family-friendly" version of the story, with talking animals, magic, and a soppy happy ending that ignores the haunting tragedy of over fifteen hundred people's horrible icy deaths. All that.... and it's not even good.
The story follows a mouse named Connors (Sean Patrick Lovett) who is serving on board the RMS Titanic in 1912. He takes an interest in the love life of Elizabeth (Jane Alexander), a vacuous blonde who has been forcibly engaged to the eyepatch-of-evil-wearing Maltravers (Gregory Snegoff), who only wants to marry her in order to get "worldwide whaling rights." Because yeah, one man on the planet had those.
But after the dashing gypsy prince Don Juan (Francis Pardeihan) sniffs her glove, Elizabeth falls madly in love with him, and he with her. They've never spoken to each other, but the anthropomorphic mice and the floating dolphins have given their blessing, so they MUST be in love. However, Maltravers is scheming to sink the Titanic for... some reason that I don't entirely understand. How? By hiring a bunch of prison sharks (seriously, they have striped hats and everything) to trick a cutesy giant octopus named Tentacles into throwing an iceberg at the ship.
"The Legend of the Titanic" may be one of the most offensive children's movies in history. Oh, I've seen plenty of movies that are sexist, racist, or have problematic moral messages that you don't really want kids to be exposed to. But this movie... this movie is different. This is not only a movie that uses the deaths of over 1,500 innocent men, women and children as set dressing for a tepid pseudo-Disney romance, much as James Cameron did.
This is a movie that outright DENIES that they died.
Let me explain: in 1912, more than 1,500 people slowly froze to death in the north Atlantis. Some were trapped in the ship as it slowly sank under the icy waves, and some slowly froze to death in the open water when there weren't enough lifeboats for everyone. Within an hour, the ocean floor was littered with the frozen bodies of the dead. In just a few years, their bodies had been reduced to nothing but dust. It was a senseless, horrifying tragedy, and even today no one knows how many died.
But this movie... this movie explicitly tells us that there was not a SINGLE fatality on the Titanic, because magical talking whales turned up to rescue everybody. It doesn't seem terribly offensive, mainly because it's been more than a century since the ship sank. So... consider: wouldn't it be offensive if someone made a movie saying, "9/11? Oh, don't worry, nobody died on that day! Pterodactyls showed up and rescued everyone from the planes and towers!"? Of course it would. It's denying the deaths of real people.
With a plot this disgusting, it almost seems superfluous to mention that the actual movie is a grotesquely bad mashup of James Cameron's "Titanic" (the central love story) and third-rate Disney knockoffs (dancing singing mice and other animals). The dialogue is mesmerizingly bad ("I would like to draw to your attention the fact that she's a woman, and you're a mouse!" "Well, there's one thing I'm not, and that's a racist"), and it constantly assaults viewers with mesmerizingly awful ideas.
For instance, there is an anti-whaling message in this movie. Fine. Good. Whaling is bad. But not in a movie about the Titanic, where we have a VILLAIN who sinks the ship and (doesn't) kill people in order to victimize the poor whales. We also have a mustache being used as a telegraph wire, an orca talking about magic moonbeams, and random pee jokes.
And the animation is... pretty awful. It has that odd quality of cheap animation where the characters move too quickly and fluidly, then switch over to stiff and awkward. They also all have doll faces that barely ever change emotions, and Elizabeth is particularly creepy-looking when you realize that she looks like a little boy with a wig.
"The Legend of the Titanic" may be one of the most offensive -- if not THE most offensive -- animated movies of all time. Not only does it rewrite a historical tragedy as a happy-ending fairy-tale-with-a-message, but it's just a wretchedly piece of work.
First off, The Titanic sank in 4/15/1912, and 1,517 out of 2,223 people saddly lost their lives during the tragedy. In this film, It claims that those 1,517 people who died never really died, but went missing. What!? What is it trying to tell kids? Of course the history books at school wouldn't agree to that statement. In fact, It claims that Captain Edward John Smith made it to New York thanks to the whales, when of course, he actually died in the sinking. Not only that, but they have this big fat mouse that seemingly dies from wires connected to his mustache, but ends up fine by the end of the film without any explamation whatsoever. Even the Giant talking Octopus seems to die from putting the ship back together at first, but by the end of the film, he seems alright without any explamation as well. 2nd of all, The movie makes a claim that there was room for everyone on the lifeboats, when of course there weren't enough life boats in the real event. What is this trying to show kids. is it trying to tell them that theres no need to face reality? 3rd, Nothing in this film makes sense. For instance, this black haired mouse dreams about this woman, and then his friend says "She's a woman and you're a mouse." His then reply "If there is one thing I'm not and that's a racist." Two things, 1, What were you being racist about? You never said anything racist! 2, Isn't it illogical for a mouse to fantasize about a human being? 4. This film claims that a giant talking octopus tried to put the ship back together, which never happened in real life. Not only that, but It claims that these sharks tricked him into an iceberg throwing contest just so they can sink the ship. what are the chances of an iceberg being thrown by an octopus? 5. The film claims that an evil human being planned to sink the titanic is contradicting to history. What were the chances of a human being doing so when he'd parish along with the other people onboard who died?
For the fact that this film contradicts many facts about the sinking of the Titanic such as claiming that the people that died on board the titanic actually went missing makes this a mystery on why and how it was even made or even exists. Sure, it seems kid friendly, but let's be honest! Would we really want to make stuff up like this to kids? Make this whole history story up? Who wants to brainwash children to thinking that the people who died aboard the titanic didn't really die? Thats Stupid, and Disrespectful! This film is disrespectful to history, disrespectful to children's inteligence, disrespectful to the people that died, and is uneducational to where it has disrespectful and brainwashing written all over it. If you're a Parent, or a Teacher, If I were you, I'd know what's right and best for your children, and don't forget to keep this as far away from your children as possible. Just watch the history channel or the Film made James Cameron, read the books, tell your kids stay in school, make sure they get a proper education, and don't let this film educate them into the events of the titanic. If you're going to make a film about a ship sinking, thats fine. Just leave the Titanic and the people who died onboard out of it! Let this be forgotten for what it has in it and let it disappear!