Top 40 Titanic Quotes

Here we have the best Titanic Quotes from famous authors such as Florence Pugh, Lily James, Kristen Soltis Anderson, Celia Imrie, Garth Risk Hallberg. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.

The Kate Winslet thing has been a shocker. I was like,
The Kate Winslet thing has been a shocker. I was like, that is the most ridiculous claim. Amazing, obviously. She’s been my idol since I re-enacted ‘Titanic’ and fell in love with Leo. And it’s a privilege to be called the next anything. But I suppose to be the next you is all you can do.

To be honest, when I was growing up – I think it’s because of Kate Winslet and ‘Titanic’ – I always wanted to do period.

As a member of the oldest slice of the Millennial generation, my teenage years spanned the late 1990s through the start of the new millennium. I spent that time watching a lot of MTV‘s ‘Total Request Live’, ‘Dawson’s Creek‘, and wearing out a dual VHS tape of ‘Titanic’.

I know if I had the chance of going aboard the Titanic in those days, I would have gone – I know I would have. I adore going on the Queen Mary – I think it’s the only way to travel from New York.

I’m not confident in my own ability to resist the titanic force of my own ego.

I just think Brian d’Arcy James is a dream come true. I’ve known of him ever since I saw him in ‘Titanic,’ and I fell crazy in love with him at that moment.

Failure saves lives. In the airline industry, every time a plane crashes the probability of the next crash is lowered by that. The Titanic saved lives because we’re building bigger and bigger ships. So these people died, but we have effectively improved the safety of the system, and nothing failed in vain.

‘Titanic’ made me want to tell stories… To have all these characters and costumes and have ambition and think big and have dreams… It came at a very troubled period of my life.

Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack in ‘Titanic’ was my childhood crush!

Christa B Allen
I think when I was 12, when, like, ‘Titanic’ and ‘Romeo + Juliet’ came out, my friends and I made our own Leonardo DiCaprio fan club. I definitely had a thing for him.

I never saw ‘Titanic’ as a springboard for bigger films or bigger pay cheques. I knew it could have been that, but I knew it would have destroyed me.

When I was 15, I came downstairs one morning, picked up mother‘s newspaper and, oh, what a shock! The Titanic had gone. The ‘unsinkable’ ship – but it had gone down so simple.

Henry Allingham
You know, I auditioned for ‘Titanic.’ Sometimes I muse on what would have happened. That would have been such a different life.

There was one titanic guiding light on the film set, and I was in the presence of a true Mahatma, in the deepest and most profound sense of the word.

I like money but I love performance art and it goes hand in hand. I’m not the ‘Titanic,’ I’m ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show.’ I’m not a blockbuster, I’m a cult classic. I think my strong but cult-like fanbase expects me to challenge norms.

I used to reenact ‘Titanic’ all the time.

One thing I’m doing on the new Titanic recording is actually bringing in different acoustic spaces.

Gavin Bryars
I think I’ve definitely found a niche working in comedy, but dramatic films are what brought me here. After I saw ‘Titanic’ in the theater, I got the bug.

Carly Craig
Well, ‘Titanic’ is probably my second favorite movie.

I got into history when I was 11 years old, and it all started with the Titanic. I’d read books in the library about it. Of course I’ve seen the movie, too – I don’t think I’ve ever cried that much.

When I was at drama school, I remember going to Amsterdam for new year and sitting with friends on the front of a P&O ferry in the wind, having some sort of ‘Titanic’ moment, declaring ourselves to be the new kings of theatre.

If I had done ‘Titanic,’ it would have made, probably, $200,000 – worldwide. So I think my life would have been very, very similar.

We call the fates of the Titanic and the Concordia – as well as those of the space shuttles Challenger and Columbia – ‘accidents.’ Foreseeing such undesirable events is what engineers are expected to do. However, design trade-offs leave technological systems open to failings once predicted, but later forgotten.

Tragedy is a great storytelling form. It worked extremely well for Shakespeare. It worked extremely well for Jim Cameron with ‘Titanic.’

I can’t watch ‘Titanic’ without breaking down within the first 10 minutes. You know, when it got re-released in 3D, I went to see it again. My mom came to pick me up from the cinema, and I was just bawling my eyes out.

People are always saying they loved me in ‘Titanic.’

I’ve heard from the movie marketplace that James Cameron did such a killer job with ‘Titanic’ that it’s almost impossible to do anything better.

A lot of people say to me, ‘Is this good, to do to a Shakespeare piece?’ And I think, ‘You know, ‘West Side Story’ did it very cleverly, in a different way.’ But if you look at ‘Bonnie and Clyde,’ ‘Titanic,’ ‘Avatar,’ ‘Grease,’ ‘Brokeback Mountain‘… they’re all ‘Romeo and Juliet’ stories.

I love ‘Titanic’ and the idea that you’re kind of rooting for Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet to survive despite the fact that you know that they’re not going to.

When you look at movies like ‘Titanic,’ they make money because of women. They go to see it and bring their men, too.

David Ramsey
I worked at a movie theater in Tempe, Arizona, when I went to community college there. And I got fired because a sorority had rented out a theater to watch ‘Titanic,’ and they were being really rude to me while they were waiting for the movie. So as I tore their tickets, I told them the end of the movie.

When I was young, my parents were these titanic, infallible figures. But Mum‘s illness and Dad‘s battles with diabetes and heart attacks had a ripple effect on me – reminding me of my own mortality and that these illnesses are genetic.

Before ‘Titanic,’ yes, I had done some things and, yes, I had been nominated for an Academy Award, but I had never been sort of world-famous. And I suppose, yes, I am really famous now. But I feel embarrassed to say that because it’s just a bit daft for me.

I read a book called ‘Transatlantic’, which is a history of the great shipping lines. Also, of course, I had read about the Titanic and saw Leo drowning at the end of the ‘Titanic’ movie and all that stuff.

I’m really – there’s more of a chance that I stay on the Titanic than – than I go on, you know, on a Donald Trump boat.

Don’t you think you’re just rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic?

William Vickrey
My biggest crush when I was 13 was Leonardo DiCaprio. After I watched ‘Titanic’ I was completely in love with him.

I always knew that it was going to be an uphill climb to replace Letterman from complete obscurity with no experience, but I think I had to go through it to know exactly what a titanic effort that was going to be.

I would love to say something really cool, because I did film studies. So, like, a Jean-Luc Goddard film – something like that. But I genuinely would love to be in ‘Titanic.’ I’m such a loser. That’s, like, my childhood film. Like, I love it.

I was maybe 10 or 11 when I saw ‘Titanic.’ And, yes, I was a fan. I loved it.