Titanic Script

Director:James Cameron
Written by:James Cameron (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:84 years later, a 101-year-old woman named Rose DeWitt Bukater tells the story to her granddaughter Lizzy Calvert, Brock Lovett, Lewis Bodine, Bobby Buell and Anatoly Mikailavich on the Keldysh about her life set in April 10th 1912, on a ship called Titanic when young Rose boards the departing ship with the upper-class passengers and her mother, Ruth DeWitt Bukater, and her fiancé, Caledon Hockley. Meanwhile, a drifter and artist named Jack Dawson and his best friend Fabrizio De Rossi win third-class tickets to the ship in a game. And she explains the whole story from departure until the death of Titanic on its first and last voyage April 15th, 1912 at 2:20 in the morning.

“Love Never Fails” Scripts

One of the most desirable traits that can be attributed to a person is their ability to love unconditionally. In this world of fast paced divorces, serial killers and apathy, it is hard to find one person that truly holds on to that idea. However, a person that does is quite attractive.

This character trait is so attractive, in fact, that the movie industry has been able to make a multi-million dollar business off of it! With films like Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, people are able to see a side of love that is not often seen today. Instead of attraction based on physical appearance, there is such a thing as attraction based on kindness and a loving nature.

Without love, many people would live without motivation or hope. With it, some people can be spurred towards moving mountains. Because of this, it is important for the movie industry to continue making romantic films, although many of the films can come off as sappy or trite. We all need to see that love can win, even if it is only on the movie screen.


  1. (1939) Wuthering Heights Script [Transcript]
  2. (1994) Forrest Gump Script
  3. (1996) Romeo and Juliet Script
  4. (1997) Titanic Script
  5. (2004) The Very Long Engagement Script  [Transcript]
  6. (2007) Love in the Time of Cholera Script  [Transcript]
  7. (2007) The Nines Script

Inspirational Film Scripts

An inspirational film is not something easily made. Writing a script that is attractive without being sappy is something that takes a lot of practice, experience and revision. When dialogue is able to bring an audience to tears, it shows a deep understanding of the emotional triggers of other human beings.

These film scripts are like solid gold. With just a pen and paper (or sometimes a computer), these writers have been able to change the lives of other people. Their scripts were enough to encourage people to be kind, to live life to the fullest, or to be brave in a time of danger.

There is not much that can be said about technique. Each person’s strategy is unique and should not be emulated by others, lest the technique might lose its power. However, these scripts show how a person’s life experiences, education and determination can wrap together a story into a coherent and touching film.

The only advice that they give to future film makers, writers and actors is to find something that they believe in and work to express that to the best of their ability. This may take years and years of practice and revision but in the end, everything will hopefully tie together and create something that not only the individual believes in, but that the world believes in as well.

Good luck.

  1. (1995) Braveheart Script
  2. (1996) Independence Day Script
  3. (1997) Titanic Script
  4. (2000) Dancer in the Dark [Transcript]
  5. (2000) Requiem for a Dream Script
  6. (2001) Amelie Transcript
  7. (2004) Crash Script
  8. (2007) Love in the Time of Cholera [Transcript]

James Cameron Movie Scripts

Ever since the release of Titanic (1997), James Cameron has been recognized as a filmmaker whose thirst for innovation and authenticity has challenged the physical and technical boundaries of Hollywood. And with the release of his most recent work, Avatar (2009), James Cameron once again proved that he still has what it takes to wow the box-office.

Check out the collection of his written and directorial feature length scripts below:

1. Avatar Script (2009)
2. Titanic Script (1997)
3. Strange Days Script (1995)
4. True Lies Script (1994)
5. Terminator 2: Judgement Day Script (1991)
6. The Abyss Script (1989)
7. Aliens Script (1986)
8. Rambo: First Blood Part II Script (1985)
9. The Terminator Script (1984)