Top 5 Cruise Movies Of All Time

So there have been a Top Ten or Top Five Lists of everything, from Top 5 Vampire Movies, Top 5 Chick Flicks or Top 5 Comedy Movies of all time, so why not a Top 5 Cruise Movies of all time. Cruise movies are popular or critically-acclaimed movies that feature cruises or ocean liners as part of the movie theme. On television, The Love Boat is a perfect example, so does the more current, Disney's The Suite Life With Zack And Cody. But we're talking movies here, and if you love cruises, this is the next best thing, watch movies with cruises themes. And the number 1 in the list of the Top Five Cruise or Boat Movies of all-time is:

1. Titanic - of course. It is still the highest-grossing movie of all-time too with well over a billion dollars US in sales. It made Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet an international household names too. Since its showing in 1997, none have rivaled its popularity with the movie-going public. If you are bothered with what happened in the movie's ending, pls. take note it happened in 1917. Modern cruise ships are well-prepared and well-equipped for any eventualities now.

2. Diamonds are Forever - A James Bond classic movie that tackles the elegant life. The entire movie did not really happen in a cruise ship, but a key scene of Diamonds are Forever takes place on a cruise ship.
Diamonds are Forever

3. Ship of Fools - this one stars Gone With The Wind's Vivienne Leigh and it was to be Vivien Leigh's last film. Ship of Fools directed by Stanley Kramer, is a 1965 film which tells the overlapping stories of several passengers aboard an ocean liner during the 1930s.
Ship of Fools

4. Show Boat - this is a 1951 lavish style film based on the musical of the same title by Oscar Hammerstein II. It is one of MGM's most popular movie-musicals. It stars legendary Hollywood star Ava Gardner.
Show Boat

5. Pirates of the Caribbean - this franchise is one of the most successful in movie history. It may not be an actual cruise ship in the true meaning of the word but it actually does that exactly. The characters go on a journey to exciting destinations.
Pirates of the Caribbean

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