Special Titanic 3-D Sneak Preview Screening!

Oh, wait - http://detroit.cbslocal.com/2012/04/01/titanic-in-reald-3d-sneak-preview-movie-events-set-for-this-week/">that was yesterday. Sorry 'bout that. A day late and a dollar short - story of my life. But hey, at least you can see it http://www.sandiegoreader.com/movies/titanic-3-d/">today, with no sneaking! You just won't be able to get the free Titanic 3-D glasses, which let you feel Jack and Rose's love so powerfully that it's like it's coming right out of the screen and stabbing you in the heart.

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Nor will you be able to obtain the special lithograph from artist James Flames; instead, you'll have to settle for this digital version:

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by Matthew Lickona

You do have to admire the way they managed to place Kate Winslet's face almost entirely in shadow, the better to hide her B-listness. (http://www.theatlanticwire.com/entertainment/2012/04/kate-thinks-leo-fat/50626/">Amazing retaliatory quote here.)

So alas. BUT, because you are a loyal Big Screen reader, you WILL get this special sneak preview of what was in this lucky New Yorker's head as he waited in line outside the Regal Union Square theater...

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by Matthew Lickona

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by Matthew Lickona


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