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Titanic Full Movie Tagalog Version

Titanic Full Movie Tagalog Version

Titanic is a 1997 American epic romance and disaster film directed by James Cameron. It tells the story of Jack Dawson and Rose DeWitt Bukater, two young lovers from different social classes who meet and fall in love on board the RMS Titanic, the largest and most luxurious ship in the world. However, their romance is doomed when the ship collides with an iceberg and sinks in the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912.

The film was a huge commercial and critical success, becoming the highest-grossing film of all time until Avatar (also directed by Cameron) surpassed it in 2009. It won 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. It also became a cultural phenomenon, inspiring many parodies, references, and adaptations in various media.

Titanic Full Movie Tagalog Version

One of the adaptations is the Tagalog dubbed version of Titanic, which was released in the Philippines in 1998. Tagalog is the national language of the Philippines and one of the most widely spoken languages in Southeast Asia. The Tagalog dubbed version of Titanic features Filipino voice actors who translated the original English dialogue into Tagalog, adding some local humor, slang, and expressions to make it more relatable to the Filipino audience.

The Tagalog dubbed version of Titanic was well-received by Filipino fans, who enjoyed the familiar voices and the humorous twists to the original script. Some of the memorable lines from the Tagalog dubbed version are:

  • When Jack asks Rose to dance with him at the third-class party, he says: "Tara, sayaw tayo. Libre ito!" (Come on, let's dance. This is free!)

  • When Rose asks Jack to draw her like one of his French girls, he says: "Sige na nga, pero huwag kang magalit kung hindi kita magawang maganda." (Okay, fine, but don't get mad if I can't make you beautiful.)

  • When Jack and Rose are at the bow of the ship and he helps her spread her arms, he says: "I'm flying!" and she replies: "Ako rin!" (Me too!)

  • When Jack tells Rose that he loves her as they are about to drown in the freezing water, he says: "Mahal kita, Rose." (I love you, Rose.) and she says: "Mahal din kita, Jack." (I love you too, Jack.)

The Tagalog dubbed version of Titanic can be watched online on various streaming platforms, such as DooStream, Facebook, and YouTube. It is a great way to enjoy this classic film with a Filipino twist.


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