|Cast: Liam Neeson,
Director(s): Steven Spielberg
Genre: Historical Drama
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1) The first movie I saw in the theatre by myself.
2) The first movie I openly wept in a theatre.
What else can I say? Both horrific and visually stunning. A must see.
I still remember the unflinching scenes headshots. Egads! Powerful stuff.
Crybabies! This was the funniest movie I'd seen in a while!
Okay, okay, kidding.
It was Hitler-rific!
"We both made shells for the Nazis, but mine worked Dammit!"
Someone caught me making out with my girlfriend in the theater when we saw this and I never heard the end of it from my family!
Ah, Mitch. The only person who can make light the horrifying conditions of the Nazi extermination of the Jews.
The little girl in the red coat. Hit me so hard I had to pause the film.
Some extermination! I'M still walking around!
la de da de da.....come and get me bastards!
(Bad Col. Klink imitation) Zere he iz! Get him! Ach du wienerschnitzel!
I heard Hitler LOVED the watermelon!
Upon second look, it appears he's saying, "Crazy delicious"!!!
A brilliant film in terms of cinematography, acting, dialog, production design, etc.
However, Spielberg pulls a few punches on the reality of the holocaust. The shower scene, although based in fact, was exploitative and an exception in the holocaust. It was a very false note designed to merely pull at our expectations of death.
However, the best scene in the film is at the very end when the actors and the real people walk side by side to Schindler's grave, and the mass of "Schindler survivors" are shown. That was quite the emotional whollop!
I LOVED the shower scene!
Definitely pulled at the ol' heartstrings.
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