YMMV / The Legend of the Titanic

Both films:

  • Audience-Alienating Premise: Easily one of the most egregious and unforgivable examples in all of film.
  • Bile Fascination: If you were to watch one or both of these movies, you will be entranced by how bad they are.
  • Critical Research Failure: You have no idea. Historically inaccurate doesn't even begin to describe these two catastrophes. If the cartoonish premise and talking mice didn't already drive it home for you, the film claiming from the very beginning that nobody died aboard the Titanic will certainly do it.

First film:

Second film:

  • Angst? What Angst?: Our heroes seem to care very little about the fact that they're stuck in Atlantis forever, even though on the surface Don Juan has his gypsy brothers, Elizabeth has her father, Connors has a wife, and Ronnie has a sister and family.
  • Designated Hero:
    • Taken to the extreme with Re. He is depicted as the Big Good. However, he looks and acts like a Big Bad.
    • Don Juan acts bossy and condescending to the other protagonists whenever they show any doubt or fear and is a total Yes-Man in favor of everything the Atlantians force on them.
  • Esoteric Happy Ending: The film has Elizabeth, Don Juan, Connors, Ronnie, and the dog happy living on a desert island despite the fact that they were giving immortality without their consent and won't be able to see their friends and relatives forever.
  • Fridge Horror:
    • Where did Razor-Teeth get that captain's uniform he wears?
    • Living in Atlantis had unintentionally turned into a terrible place to live. The fact that you're never allowed to leave and forced to drink an elixir that gives you eternal life. Your only way of contact of the outside world was a magic mirror that would allow you to see your loved ones grow old and die.
  • "Funny Aneurysm" Moment: "This liquid looks pretty! Let's drink it.". The said liquid is colored green. In these days, one of the more well-known drug detectors will turn the drink green when it discovers a date rape drug.
  • Narm: Oddy's attempt at a threat.
    If something bad happens to my friends, I'll rip every tooth out of that shark and I'll make them into the most beautiful necklace you've ever seen!
    • Mr. Ice's rap.
    "Yo yo yo! Look at my teeth!"
    • When Connors (the non-Brazilian mouse) suspects the sharks are attacking, his "worried" statement about it is hard to take seriously due to the actor sounding far too happy and the animation showing the character smiling. Try reading the below statement in a happy voice.
    "There's something definitely wrong here. And we're in trouble. Trust me! It's really big!"
  • Nightmare Fuel:
    • The highly inappropriate comment Smiley makes about being taken to "Doggy Hell". Imagine how many children were struck with the thought of their beloved pets being sent to Hell.
    • The scene at the end, when the escaped rats are all seen in an insane asylum. Especially the nurse giggling madly while the doctor talks about how there's no hope of them recovering and makes a horrifying face. The protagonists all laugh when they see this.
    • And the Big Bad rat, who's the only sane one (and who did nothing wrong) is also condemned to stay there.
  • The Scrappy: Pingo has that reputation.
  • Sequelitis: Even though the first movie was one of the worst adaptations of the Titanic sinking, this movie was even worse than its predecessor.
  • Suspiciously Similar Song: The melody of the song that Pingo sings in Atlantis is vaguely similar to the melody of Northern Irish band Divine Comedy's cover of Noel Coward's "Marvelous Party".
  • Take That, Scrappy!: The red dolphin seems to have been aware of how annoying Pingo was, as she points out to the queen that Pingo will become even more annoying if he keeps on getting spoiled.
    Your highness, if you carry on encouraging him like this, Pingo will become so vain he'll end up being totally unbearable!
  • Unintentionally Unsympathetic: The King of Atlantis is a good example. He's intended to be a good guy, yet he does not allow Elizabeth, Don Juan, or the others to return to the surface, makes them immortal without telling them, and forces them to live in Atlantis forever.