If the coming centennial of the sinking of the RMS Titanic has got you feeling nostalgic, perhaps you might consider taking in the ultra-blockbuster 1997 version of the movie. In that case, Paramount wants to make sure you head to a theater to see the re-released 3D version. The movie is tough to find at home, and nearly cost-prohibitive if you can manage to dig up a copy.
As NPR reports, the movie isn’t available at iTunes, popular streaming services or many video rental stores that have somehow managed to stay open.
Amazon has got it available new via a third party for $49.99, with used copies starting just below $30. Netflix has slapped the film with the dreaded “very long wait” distinction and isn’t offering the movie via streaming.
If you’re desperate to see the movie and still have a VHS player, that’s definitely your cheapest route. Amazon has several copies available via third parties for a penny, plus shipping.