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Saving Private Ryan

Saving Private Ryan

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Language English
Format Blu-ray
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Actor(s) Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, Tom Sizemore
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About 'Saving Private Ryan'

'Saving Private Ryan' is immensely critically acclaimed Hollywood movies directed by one of the greatest directors of all time Steven Spielberg that has won eleven Academy awards given by Academy of Motion Picture Art and Science. The original CD of this movie is exclusively available on with Dolby Digital sound and High Definition Picture of 1080p.It is written by Robert Rodat that deals with realistic graphics and prolonged struggle of war. The movie of 169 minutes running time has a breathtaking adventure of battle field in the banks of Omaha Beach against the German troops.

Brief outline of the Story:

The cast and crew include the popular actors of Hollywood- Tom Hanks, Edward Burns, Matt Damon, and Tom Sizemore. In the year 1944 that is beginning of the Normandy invasion, the American troops landed on the banks of Omaha Beach. There started the war against German Soldiers with both sides having their adequate artillery that includes grenades, machine guns, and snipers. Captain John H. Miller survived the initial war within the troops and tried to penetrate more into the German troops. On the other hand, the US department in Washington sent news that three of the brother's of the Ryan family were killed in the war but no news has been received about the fourth brother.

The fourth son named Private First Class James Francis Ryan who was a paratrooper went missing somewhere in Normandy. The Marshal had gained this knowledge by reading the letter of Abraham Lincoln's Bixby letter, orders the troops of Miller to find Ryan immediately and bring back him to America. Miller accompanies six men with him and goes in search of Ryan. His men went to Neuville where they meet their platoon from 101st Airborne division and where one of the soldiers of Miller died. They were able to locate Ryan but soon realized that it was not their man. Then they meet a soldier of Ryan's regiment who told that their drop point was at Vierville. He reveals that Ryan was defending a strategically important bridge over the Merderet River in the town of Ramelle. Whether Miller would ever be able to find Ryan and rescue him against the German troops who continued their firing on American soldiers. Find it out.

About the director:

Steven Allen Spielberg is one best applauded American director. He is a director cum producer, screenwriter and business magnate. He directs mainly adventurous and science fiction films and movies such as Schindler's List, Jaws (1975), E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), and Jurassic Park (1993) have broken all time records of Box office and earned him lot of acclaim and appreciation.

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date January 1, 2003
Theatrical Release Date July 24, 1998
Format Blu-ray
Blu-ray Regions Region Free
Genre Drama
Censor Rating A (Adults Only)
Actor(s) Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, Tom Sizemore
Director(s) Steven Spielberg
No of Discs 1
Runtime 169 minutes
Studio Big Music

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  1. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     The Best War movie ever made.. 18 December, 2013 On
    I am just going to review the bluray disc as i have no words for the movie

    Bonus features (all from previous releases) are no less remarkable, taking up an entire second 50GB Blu-ray disc. The first batch are all directly related to the feature itself, beginning with "An Introduction" (2:35) in which Spielberg discusses his history with war movies, beginning with the ones he made as a teen (including clips). "Looking into the Past" (4:40) is a bit more background, as Spielberg discusses his interest in WWII documentaries and why he was drawn to this story. "Miller and His Platoon" (8:23) features Spielberg and Hanks discussing how their collaboration on the film happened, and discussing the younger actors, many of whom are interviewed as well. "Boot Camp" (7:37) focuses on the famous "boot camp" that the actors attended as prep with technical advisor Captain Dale Dye; he is interviewed, as are the actors and Spielberg.

    "Making Saving Private Ryan" (22:05) is a less specific and more all-encompassing featurette, showing Spielberg on set and explaining the production process, including the tight production schedule that put him from The Lost World to Amistad to Saving Private Ryan, back-to-back-to-back. From there, the featurette briefly touches on production design, stunts and effects, costume design, and (most intriguingly) cinematography. "Recreating Omaha Beach" (17:58) focuses on the picture's most famous sequence--both the historical background of the battle itself, and how it was put to film so masterfully. Next is "Music and Sound" (15:59), which examines the work of composer John Williams and sound designer Gary Rydstrom. "Parting Thoughts" (3:43) wraps up the group of featurettes. Next up is "Into the Breach: Saving Private Ryan" (25:01), which becomes a bit of overkill--it's a conventional EPK-style featurette, with not much that we haven't heard elsewhere in the supplements.

    The disc also includes the full-length documentary "Shooting War" (1:28:05), written, produced, and directed by esteemed critic Richard Schickel (who has created excellent docs on Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, and Clint Eastwood). Hosted by Tom Hanks (in his terrible Cast Away beard) and introduced by Stephen Ambrose, it is a cinematic history of World War II, beginning with John Ford's recreation of the Pearl Harbor attack and going all the way through the major skirmishes of the "Great War," with interviews by the cameramen (including softcore king Russ Meyer!) and plenty of the extraordinary footage they captured. It's a first-rate extra, particularly for war buffs.

    The original Theatrical Trailer (2:16) and Re-Release Trailer (2:05) finish out the bonus features.

    Saving Private Ryan has its negligible flaws, but serious Blu-ray aficionados shouldn't hesitate for a moment to pick Paramount's "Sapphire Series" HD release--the video and audio is simply peerless, and the bonus features, while not new, are none too shabby either. It's a great movie, and the presentation more than does it justice.
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  2.  One of the best movies ever made 10 April, 2013 On
    Saving private ryan is one of the best war movies ever made.. without being macho and aggressive the movie brings out very very strong messages about utility of war, call of duty , and the greater good
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