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    Default Saving Private Ryan

    A stalwart Tom Hanks plays Captain Miller, a soldier's soldier, who takes a small band of troops behind enemy lines to retrieve a private whose three brothers have recently been killed in action. It's a public relations move for the Army, but it has historical precedent dating back to the Civil War. Some critics of the film have labeled the central characters stereotypes. If that is so, this movie gives stereotypes a good name: Tom Sizemore as the deft sergeant, Edward Burns as the hotheaded Private Reiben, Barry Pepper as the religious sniper, Adam Goldberg as the lone Jew, Vin Diesel as the oversize Private Caparzo, Giovanni Ribisi as the soulful medic, and Jeremy Davies, who as a meek corporal gives the film its most memorable performance.

    Cast:

    * Edward Burns
    * Matt Damon
    * Jeremy Davies
    * Vin Diesel
    * Dennis Farina
    * Paul Giamatti
    * Adam Goldberg
    * Tom Hanks
    * Barry Pepper
    * Giovanni Ribisi
    * Ted Danson
    * Harve Presnell
    * Nathan Fillion

    This is a remarkable film. I really enjoied it and reccommend it to all World War 2 enthusiasts.




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    yeah!,i saw that film on dvd,it has good action,i liked it.

    but most germans soldiers are stupids and cowards in the film

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    Great war movie-unbielevable combat scenes-dont miss it!

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    when tom hanks is there,it has action,shoots and explotions 8)

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    but you dont think the battle in the beginning scene is too long and its such a pain to watch it all?
    otherwise, the rest of the movie is pretty good
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    Quote Originally Posted by FW-190 Pilot
    but you dont think the battle in the beginning scene is too long and its such a pain to watch it all?
    otherwise, the rest of the movie is pretty good
    No I thought the first scene was very good, not boring. Quite a good reenactment.

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    have it- love it

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    Hey made the poll. Please anytime you make a post about a movie try and make the poll with it. That way people that havent seen it can see if its good or not. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by South African Military
    Quote Originally Posted by FW-190 Pilot
    but you dont think the battle in the beginning scene is too long and its such a pain to watch it all?
    otherwise, the rest of the movie is pretty good
    No I thought the first scene was very good, not boring. Quite a good reenactment.
    I concur, I really thought the opening scene was well done. I can't believe that lost an oscar or whatever to Shakespeare In Love. I believe that is what it lost too.

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    I think "Saving Private Ryan" could of been a better movie, it has a good story line and all but what really captured my interest was the start of the movie on the D-day invasion on Omaha beach.
    I normally love to watch War movies at least twice. I saw "Saving Private Ryan" once and the only other time i watched a bit of it was the D-day landings.[img] [/img]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cactus
    Quote Originally Posted by South African Military
    Quote Originally Posted by FW-190 Pilot
    but you dont think the battle in the beginning scene is too long and its such a pain to watch it all?
    otherwise, the rest of the movie is pretty good
    No I thought the first scene was very good, not boring. Quite a good reenactment.
    I concur, I really thought the opening scene was well done. I can't believe that lost an oscar or whatever to Shakespeare In Love. I believe that is what it lost too.
    yeah but Shakespear in love was a good movie too!

    SPR is ok, but a little too over the top US saves the world for me, not that the US didnt help save the world mind you, just a bit cheesey. Although the special effects are amazing I have to admit.

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    I was really shocked after the Omaha beach scene.
    I saw it in a big theater screen with all the dolbies on and had to run for a couple of drinks after that just to calm down from that scene

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    Quote Originally Posted by FW-190 Pilot
    but you dont think the battle in the beginning scene is too long and its such a pain to watch it all?
    otherwise, the rest of the movie is pretty good
    I'd rather this much more than the somewhat sanitised Longest Day scene of the same theatre... for some reason, I really don't think that most of the combatants jumping into the water were yelling out joyous battle-cries.

    The first scene, for me, makes the movie.

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    SPR is a good movie, overall. it honors american ww2 combat veterans

    however, the plot itself is a bit contrived and predictable. With patrotic flag-waving and whatnot.

    The combat scenes filmed however, are probably the best ever filmed.

    the opening scene is very well filmed and intense.

    The final scene near the bridge, while exciting to watch, always bothers me because it isn't very realistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosenfield
    SPR is a good movie, overall. it honors american ww2 combat veterans

    however, the plot itself is a bit contrived and predictable. With patrotic flag-waving and whatnot.

    The combat scenes filmed however, are probably the best ever filmed.

    the opening scene is very well filmed and intense.

    The final scene near the bridge, while exciting to watch, always bothers me because it isn't very realistic.
    Yeah I agree on all aspects there. Actually, that final scene at the bridge is not very realistic as it never happened (apparently, anyhow). I had read when the film came out, that Ryan did indeed leave the area and di not stick around to fight.

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