SPOILER: A memorable moment of the movie Titanic was Jack's death. But was this a critical plot point? Did Jack really have to die to save Rose? Does this really make sense for the storyline?
Jack's death was a necessary artistic choice
Jack would have died of hypothermia before implementing any solution
The door would sink under the weight of 2 people
The stressful situation meant that they couldn't think of a solution
The door was big enough for 2 people
Rose could have given him her lifejacket
The door would hold both of them if they tied a life jacket to the bottom
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