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Saving Private Ryan   7/21/16
by BraedenG33
There is a scene in which we see two American soldiers have an enemy soldier who has put down his arms in surrender only to be shot down by the soldiers, and then along the same line, later in the film when the Americans do spare the life of an enemy soldier he ultimately ends up fighting against th...

Saving Private Ryan   4/12/15
by Fabulous
This movie has Spielberg's usual trademark style; the structure is all tied up and unified from beginning to end, emotional symbols alive and well, the music of John Williams swelling when he's working at your emotions, and perhaps the most remarkable feature, it stays with you for a while.

Saving Private Ryan   3/10/13
by JayDee
Film trivia It's become legend now that the film's action, and in particular that opening invasion of Omaha beach, was so realistic and vivid that men who had actually experienced it found it immensely powerful, sometimes overly so.

Saving Private Ryan   5/23/12
by The Rodent
Taking inspiration from a story written by Robert Rodat about eight siblings who died during the American Civil War, Spielberg and his team of geniuses have managed to capture almost everything about the war that people wanted to see.

Saving Private Ryan   12/17/10
by TylerDurden99
After the battle ends, Miller is ordered by his C.O to assmeble a team of soldiers and head out to find Private James Ryan, who has lost three brothers in combat.

Saving Private Ryan   9/22/08
by meatwadsprite
Miller (Tom Hanks) guides his usual group of solders through the intense battle - he and his troops are sent right back into German occupied areas to search for Private Ryan.


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