Credit: © 2012 Paramount Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox/Merie Weismiller Wallace



Two additional looks at a fateful voyage, Snow White, and a new Spartacus; get a peek at this week's new and notable releases.
Titanic
Snow White and the Huntsman
Ghosts of the Abyss 3D
Spartacus: Vengeance
Killer Klowns From Outer Space
The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Fifth Season
What To Expect When You're Expecting
  
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Titanic

You heart may not go on for Celine Dion’s theme song, but it’s sort of difficult to dismiss James Cameron’s epic blockbuster. Sure it gets a little mushy in some spots, but it’s one of the biggest movies of all-time about one of the biggest tragedies of all-time. Also, just in case you didn’t cry and gasp enough the first time, this one is in high-def—with the option to go 3D.

This is Titanic’s first voyage in Blu-ray, as well as its first in 3D. The 3D version comes with two 3D Blu-ray discs and two 2D Blu-rays, while the 2D set has two Blu-rays and two standard-def DVDs. The 2D disc has a stunning 2.35:1 aspect ratio, with the 3D delivering eye-popping imagery in 1.78:1. Both have the same DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 track and a ton (!) of extras. None of the bonus features are in 3D, but it doesn’t discount the sheer number of goodies here, which includes a total of three commentary tracks, two documentaries, tons of deleted scenes, multiple featurettes, a Digital Copy, and more.

Rating: PG-13
Runtime: 194 minutes
Total Number of Discs: 4 (3D version), 4 (2D version)
Studio: Paramount

Read more: Blu-ray Picks for the Week of September 11, 2012