Let’s set a few things clear right now. In the late 90s – 1997 to be exact – one of the most emotional movies in the history of the world was released and it starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet; I’m of course talking about Titanic.

It also spawned the first song to ever make me cry, Celine Dion’s ‘My Heart Will Go On’, which one an Oscar (for ‘Best Original Song’), and won multiple Grammys in 1998, including Song & Record of the Year.



I don’t know a single person who hasn’t balled their eyes out watching the movie, ESPECIALLY during THAT scene in the water between ‘Jack’ and ‘Rose’.



Well, there are a few more scenes that never made the final cut of the film (but are available on Blue-Ray or DVD) like this deleted scene that takes place after the ship has sunk and soon after Rose makes her way to the Carpathia, which was one of the ships that ended up rescuing Titanic passengers.

Watch it in the video above and get ready to cry all over again!

Oh by the way, to celebrate the film’s 20th anniversary, Titanic will be re-released across 87 AMC theatres for a week beginning December 1st.

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