Spot the difference: Relive the errors from the original Titanic movie

 

When Rose sets her sights on the ship for the first time, the mole on her face is on the left side. Later in the film, it has moved to the right.

BY Seyi Lawal

Last week, Titanic returned to the big screen on 3D, seems to be the trend this year- resurrecting old movies.

No doubt, Titanic is one of the best stories ever told on cinema but ever since the errors in the movie were pointed out, I wondered why anyone will want to amplify those embarrassing gaffes in in 3D.

Thankfully, they have been modified.

Moviefone has taken out time to highlight these errors and for people who have watched the movie over 20 times and cried every time, it’s probably time pick up a popcorn bag and head to the cinemas- this time to laugh your socks off if you are able to spot anymore boo-boo.

Moviefone reports that like every movie, this film is riddled with goofs: Cameras visible in scenes, props appearing and disappearing right before our eyes, facial features mysteriously moving around an actor’s face, etc.

In fact, just this week, Cameron himself admitted to making a mistake in the movie, when an astronomer pointed out that, after the ship sinks, the stars above Jack and Rose are in the wrong position. (Don’t worry, they have been correctly altered for the 3D version.

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