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A piece of my comment on <Titanic> in China:
It was in 1997 when <Titanic> arrived in China's movie theaters. The movie was a big hit, and soon swept the whole nation. It brought an eye-opening experience. For many, it was their first taste of an authentic expensive Hollywood movie with big scences, actions, and special effects. It's like going to a high-end classic western restaurant for a visual feast.
***** NOT A TEACHER *****
As Tarheel implied, American English does not use angle brackets ( < > ) to indicate a motion picture. To do so seems very strange to American readers.
Americans use a variety of punctuation:
I enjoyed "Titanic" very much.
I enjoyed Titanic very much.
I enjoyed Titanic very much. (If you are not able to use italics -- as in the second sentence.)