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It has a rapping shark, but that is not the only problem this movie has
This is not as bad as Titanic:The Animated Movie(or The Legend Goes On), but it is worse than its predecessor Legend of the Titanic, which is also really bad. In Search of the Titanic does have a rapping shark which is even more disturbing and anachronistic than the rapping dog, and it was such an embarrassing scene in every way, but that is not the only problem the film has.
The animation is sloppy with washed out colours and backgrounds, flat character designs and all-over-the-place editing, and the music is both awful and forgettable and completely took me out of the period. The dialogue is just horrid, I have actually got a headache from banging my head on the wall over 100 times, while the story is rushed(again not helped by its scant length), predictable with some insulting(to the intelligence) scenes such as everyone surviving which took away from any poignancy or accuracy. The dubbing is abysmal, the voice work is wooden once again and the characters are stereotypical and devoid of any sympathy or likability.
All in all, really poor and problematic, and like its predecessor and Titanic:The Animated Movie I had my intelligence insulted again. 1/10 Bethany Cox
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