Saving Private Ryan


Drama / War

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 93%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 95%
IMDb Rating 8.6 10 1,092,274


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Matt Damon as Extra
Ryan Hurst as Lump Hudson
Tom Hanks as Captain Krause
Vin Diesel as Jackie DiNorscio
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978.44 MB
23.976 fps
169 min
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23.976 fps
169 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Alyssa-the-Critic 10 / 10 / 10

Most important film in this genre!

Book-ended so deftly with genuine and heart felt honesty, this film is one of Spielberg's most important. And is definitely, in my view, the most important and impacting War genre film ever put to celluloid. From the gritty, in your face representation of what the Normandy landing was like -to which veterans in theaters often had to clear out for that harrowing opening, such that the depiction struck too real- to trudging into the unknown throughout war-torn France that Hank's character and his band of brothers face; this movie hits a combination of humanity and the brutality of War that everyone should see in their lifetime. Not for the violence of it but to honour the men who laid so costly a sacrifice. A technical feat of filmmaking, as well as respecting the lives and the bravery of young men in battle against a threatening foe (Hitler's Germany), this tributes their legacy in a truly human way. Without cliche, without glorification, nor a hint of faux emotion. John Williams score drives this humanity throughout every scene, especially in the transitions to the next sequence of events. And Spielberg guides these performances with precision to deliver unforgettable, and harrowing moments throughout. Thoroughly deserved Sound Design, Editing, and Director Oscars for Saving Private Ryan! A masterpiece. Enthralling. Engaging. Relentless in bursts, but will give you a handful of breathers and close on a tragic, if not reflective ending that shows the cost of War.

Reviewed by phil-91059 10 / 10 / 10

Saving Private Ryan

1> It's a movie. It does not have to be historically accurate down to the buttons on someone's pants. 2> It was as good a war movie as ever made.

Reviewed by artjomsholmanovs 10 / 10 / 10

Historically Accurate and really Pacifist

Saving Private Ryan Saving Private Ryan is a good World War 2 movie based on a true story. The movie was directed by Steven Spielberg. The movie tells the story of a squad of men who where ordered to look for a soldier named private Ryan. The film is set in a war-torn France on June 1944. The main characters are played by Tom Hanks,Edward Burns,Matt Damon,Tom Sizemore. The movie starts when a world war 2 veteran walks into the cemetery and sees a grave of his comrade. He falls to his feet and then a flashback happens. Then the set changes and you see Omaha Beach for a few minutes before the assault begins. Then we see a landing craft on which the main character Ranger Captain John.H.Miller is getting ready for disembarkment. Then many of the men who landed on the beach were shot and killed and some got shot in their legs and had their hands torn off, but they got into the Nazi position and won the battle. Later in the movie captain Miller was issued an order to save a private from behind the enemy lines. I think film succeeded in showing its pacifist massage. I don't think the movie has any faults. I want to say that I like the movie and would recommend it to any one who wants to learn more about World War 2.

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