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Schindler's List
Drama, Biography, History, War
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Steven Spielberg
Liam Neeson as Oskar Schindler
Ben Kingsley as Itzhak Stern
Ralph Fiennes as Amon Goeth
Caroline Goodall as Emilie Schindler
Jonathan Sagall as Poldek Pfefferberg (as Jonathan Sagalle)
Embeth Davidtz as Helen Hirsch
Malgoscha Gebel as Wiktoria Klonowska
Shmuel Levy as Wilek Chilowicz (as Shmulik Levy)
Mark Ivanir as Marcel Goldberg
Andrzej Seweryn as Julian Scherner
Friedrich von Thun as Rolf Czurda
Krzysztof Luft as Herman Toffel
Harry Nehring as Leo John
Storyline: Oskar Schindler is a vainglorious and greedy German businessman who becomes an unlikely humanitarian amid the barbaric Nazi reign when he feels compelled to turn his factory into a refuge for Jews. Based on the true story of Oskar Schindler who managed to save about 1100 Jews from being gassed at the Auschwitz concentration camp, it is a testament for the good in all of us.
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An Amazing view on a good man in the evil ranks
This film is an amazing representation of what Shindler did for a small percentage of the Jewish population. Some would not like this film due to the fact that it is black and white for the majority of the film. There is one point where there is colour among the black, white and grey which is a very heart wrenching scene (im not going to spoil it). Although sometimes it seems that the film drags on it makes a statement that will never be forgotten and will possibly make you love one Nazi who tried to do the best for the hunted. Even though this film is 20 years old it still remains my favourite even though I did watch it in 9th grade and it almost seems much to graphic for that age but I am very glad that I did watch it. This is a very amazing film that should be watched by everyone.
A powerful film must see
The film Schindler's List is a powerfully film, its one that give back so much more than just a film would. The actor Liam Neeson as Oskar Schindler gives a performance of his life. Playing the role, as Oskar Schindler can be not small task, this film plays a big part in telling his story behind the man that saved so many lives. World War II was a very important part of history it took a brave to save all those people with the help of Itzhak Stern played by Ben Kingsley. Schindler had made it so the Jews were put on a train and taken to his factory to work in order to save their lives.

Schindler's List is set in the time of Would War II at the time when German Nazis soldiers under the command of Hitler. Oskar Schindler was a pretentious and materialistic German businessman who had becomes an unbelievable humanitarian amongst the brutal Nazi reign. When he feels compelled to turn his factory into a save haven for Jews. This is where he saved about 1100 Jews from being gassed at the Auschwitz concentration camp or being gunned down.

The film is done were tastefully in the black and white style except for one little girl that you see twice in this film. She is wearing a red coat the first time she is running down the road and then the second time in a wheelbarrow. This make a very large impact to the film in the way the meaning behind it being that she is alive in one scene and the next dead because she is a Jew. At this point Schindler knows that he most do something and something big. He had started off small and then wanted more. He felt that he never did enough he felt that he could have saved more.

This film is done as tastefully as can be with the film showing what would happen to Jews in the time of World War II. With girls be raped and forced to do things that is wrong on so many different levels. Children being ripped away from there parents and forced in to slave labor, whose who were not able to work killed. Then so much more if the Jews would hide or try to run away being killed on the spot. That this time so many people wanted to do something but would not in fear of being killed, Schindler was the man who saved the most and wanted to help in the vastest way. This is a must see film and should be shown in school while teaching about World War II.
Schindler's List
Steven Spielberg's meticulous, passionate direction; John Williams' haunting, uplifting score, highlighted by violin solos by Itzhak Perlman; Janusz Kaminski's stunning black-and-white photography; Steven Zaillian's award-winning screenplay; and the acting brilliance of Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, and Ralph Fiennes coalesce to render, ironically, one of the most beautiful films ever made, based on actual events that took place during one of the ugliest chapters in modern history. Neeson's screen presence as Oskar Schindler, the unlikely savior of hundreds of Polish Jews during the Holocaust, is commanding and magnetic. Kingsley's performance as Schindler's accountant and eventual friend is neurotic and tender. Fiennes plays Amon Goeth, a cold, sadistic Nazi officer, with startling range and subtlety. Williams' score and Spielberg's camera are characters in their own right, narrating and observing with unnerving honesty and pathos. From the perspective of the captive Jews and their plight, Schindler's List is frightening beyond imagination, thrilling, and unbearably sad. From Schindler's perspective, the initial prospect of profiting from a slave-wage workforce and an economic climate that only war could engender is opportunistically exciting. But when the plan changes from profit to protection, the excitement takes on a different form, as Schindler faces the danger of the Nazis discovering his altruistic motives at every turn. From the perspective of the Nazis, the unconstrained license to kill, at justifiably remorseless will, is liberating. Murder is easy, especially when the victims have been dehumanized in a much more savage way than any real wartime enemy. In one scene, a Nazi is firing rounds into a burning hill of murdered Jews, and he is screaming jubilantly and laughing. In another, Amon Goeth picks off random workers from his bird's eye "villa" as if he is shooting at clay pigeons. It's target practice; it's a free game, a joke. That feeling of irresponsible liberation is eventually supplanted by true liberation as the clandestinely moral acts of Oskar Schindler overtake the immorality of the Nazis and as Schindler assumes the weighty responsibility for more and more human lives. Schindler's List is not a movie about the Holocaust, any more than it is a movie about World War II. It is about a man—a magnanimous profiteer—living in a time and place of unspeakable acts. It's about a forbidden friendship that flourishes amidst the failure of humanity and the prevalence of hatred. And it's about the hope for—not the triumph of—Good over Evil.
Schindler's List, or How I Learned to Stop Profiteering and Love the Jews
Schindler's List is one of the most overrated films of all time: It won seven Oscars. It is the 6th highest rated film on IMDb. The critics loved it, and the Internet is flooded with reviews where people rave about being "deeply moved" or "touched."

Ultimately, the film is a shallow failure.

A good drama film needs several qualities. Of these, the most important is the exposition of characters and their interactions. Schindler's List flops spectacularly in this respect. We start out following the tale of Oskar Schindler, an opportunistic, profiteering businessman. But midpoint in the film, this Schindler persona has disappeared, and we have a new character clothed in the same flesh -- a self-sacrificing philanthropist who spends his entire amassed fortune to save the Jew workers. How did we get from one to the other? How did Schindler transform from the evil Mr. Hyde to the benevolent Dr. Jekyll? Steven Spielberg certainly doesn't show us -- maybe it happens via magic, like the bicycle ride in ET?

And what about Amon Göth, the representative Nazi? A "grotesque caricature" if there ever was one. He's an evil, sadistic, Jew-hating Nazi bastard -- but do we get to know why he wakes up every morning, takes a swig of booze and snipes Jew prisoners for fun? No. Spielberg thinks the answer is obvious -- he's a Nazi, and Nazis don't have reasons for the things they do. They're just rabid dogs out for blood, utterly devoid of any moral dimension. But this sort of shallow political correctness can't possibly cut any slack with intelligent viewers. We want to know why Göth hates the Jews so much that he fires his pistol into a pile of decimated corpses, but we never get to know. Apparently, he does it because he's an Evil Nazi, and that's all there is to it.

The attempt to add depth to Göth's character by dwelling on his twisted love affair with a Jewish girl is easily seen for what it is -- a cheap exposure of Nazi hypocrisy. How about trying to dwell on real issues here, Spielberg? How about trying to pass these people off as genuine (albeit twisted) human beings?

This shortcoming is not restricted to Spielberg. When will Hollywood own up to the fact that the men who ran the Third Reich were not mindless monsters? Some of them were cultivated intellectuals and scientists, others compassionate family men and devoted friends. Germany was the best educated country in Europe when the Nazis rose to power. The true intrigue of the Holocaust does not lie in the brutality, but rather in Hannah Arendt's "banality of evil". How can a man (or millions of men) arbitrarily narrow the moral sphere to exclude people seemingly no different from neighbours, friends and family? How can a man fall under the sway of a dispassionate and cruel ideology while leading a normal life of compassion?

Needless to say, none of these issues are explored by Spielberg.

Another peeve of mine: Accents. There are English-speaking films and then there are German-speaking films. Schindler's List, on the other hand, does not belong to either of these categories. Instead, Spielberg opted to have the characters speak English with a German accent. What the hell? Listening to Liam Neeson strut about trying to sound like an Anglicised German is just pathetic. : Spielberg's trying to please Hollywood audiences by making the film accessible to them (and hence, no spoken German), but for the love of God! We get the point! They're in Nazi Germany. Yes, Hitler's in charge. Yes, it's a nasty, genocidal regime. Please, no cheesy accents.

One of the truly unforgivable aspects of the film is the ending. A mildly touching speech by Schindler about being a war criminal on the run, wanted by the victors of the war, set just the right mood. It would have been perfect. But no, Spielberg couldn't resist messing it up -- he had to have Schindler break down, bawl and cry, grief-stricken and lashed by pangs of conscience. Spare me the anguish, Spielberg. The grief should have been that of the Jews, not Schindler.

When Schindler took off his gold ring and blubbers out "I could have saved one more", I experienced a feeling of mild revulsion. Look, the guy did a great job, he saved a lot of lives. No point in getting all worked up about the fact that he didn't literally sell the skin of his back to save people he didn't know.

What does this film leave us after 195 minutes of running time? Let's see:

* The Nazis were *Really Evil* * There was a man called Schindler who didn't care about anything but money at first, and then for some reason he started to care about saving the Jews.

Brilliant, Spielberg. Positively brilliant.

All of the above-mentioned flaws are bad enough -- but the way the film manipulates the viewer really takes the cake. Shots of emaciated, shaved potential Holocaust victims starving and screaming, with tragic violin music to boot. It has been done in many films before, and will be done again. It doesn't take skill for a film-maker to coerce the viewer into sorrow -- It takes skill to produce the same feelings without resorting to cheap, melodramatic trickery. The Pianist is a superb counter-example. A journey of the mind is so much more satisfying than a journey of the senses...

Like most of Spielberg's films, Schindler's List is technically outstanding. It captures the mood of wartime Germany perfectly. The sets, costumes and cinematography are all top-notch, and the acting is not too bad either. However, none of these things can overcome the fact that Spielberg is a director of extremely limited vision. His moral and intellectual depth is that of a child.

Stick to making films for children, Spielberg. Stick to making children's films. You're out of your depth.
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A very good in the first 40 minutes, and it is started to misleading the truth i think, too much over reacting against the Germans, the only thing is truth about this movie that jews are sneaky even if they face the death, am not a co nazi for sure, but i am sure that there are many misleading reality on the screen
Good, but overrated.
Visually, this film is fantastic. It is very well directed, and easily deserved the acclaim for its cinematography and its direction. However, beyond that, there is really nothing spectacular.

If I'm being honest, this film felt kind of desperate to me. I watched it feeling as if I was watching a film designed to win Oscars and to cash in on a tragic event like this, and I think the fact that it's in English as opposed to Polish and German (which would be more authentic) prove this. Spielberg has made a very commercial film, and I feel like it loses a lot of its power due to this. I feel like The Pianist, by contrast, is more real, it feels very raw and fresh, whereas this almost felt gimmicky. I felt like it was trying too hard, and got lost.

Finally, Liam Neeson really ruined this film. His acting was laughable, it was actually embarrassing seeing him fluctuate between an Irish and 'German' accent. Ralph Fiennes was great as always, but Neeson was a joke.

This is a pretty good film, it's not bad, but it's certainly not worthy of a place in the top 100, let alone top 10.
Great movie
Many movies come out each year and we applaud them for their screen play, orginality and whatever else we can say about a movie. But only once in a long while does one come out and you say all those nice things, but one you will also never forget. This movie is more than just something for us to watch for 3 hours and 17 minutes, it is something for us to never forget, to teach us a lesson and to remember those who died needlessly along with those who tried to help those same people survive.
Spielberg's Sentimentality, Again
Spielberg is now the Numero Uno director of schmaltzy cinema. I thought Saving Private Ryan was the ultimate good guys save the poor soul, but this one outdoes Ryan in every conceivable heart-tugging, noble humanity fashion. Don't view this film as accurate history, if

Private Ryan is any guide. Historical accuracy is not a Spielberg characteristic. It's the heartstrings he keeps tugging. I next expect a new Pollyanna by Spielberg any day now. The problem with Spielberg's characterizations is that people are either black or white, no inbetweens are allowed. But even old Adolph can be presented in a way that makes him the human being that he was, regardless. This is what makes Shakespeare such a genius in his plays - he never failed to see all sides of a personality. Spielberg's characterizations are cartoons. This could have been a really good movie, if it had acknowledged the

humanity in every person and been realistic.
Know The History
if you're planning on watching this film id say know the history behind it before you do as you will understand and appreciate it more all in all its a classic, well written and story is fluent and well told throughout the film you really get a good understanding of what went on in real life and how people were treated and how they must of felt, i would say anyone who has or known someone who was present when this was going on agree that its true through out and not maid for entertainment value as such, so if you haven't seen it yet id say do go watch it least you may learn a bit about the history even if you don't like / enjoy the film
A great film about a real life hero
Many people would agree with me that this is one of the best films of all time.

For everyone what standout is where we differ a little.

Some will say that what makes it special is the impeccable black and white cinematography, for others it's the realistic shots of the horrors of the holocaust and for many others are the amazing performances by the three leading actors: Ralph Fiennes Liam Neeson and Ben Kingsley.

Well even tough agree that all of those aspects are just incredible what makes this film stand out for me is the great story of a real life hero who saved thousand of life in such tragic times and even better the very clever way he did it where all the Nazis realized their "betrayal " too late.

Another thing which Schindler so interesting is how he changed from being a man who just cared about himself to man who risked everything he had to save all the Jewish people on his factory.

I guess if I Siam everything I admired and loved about this film( if love is the right world for such a disturbing film) I would never end so I'll close my review saying.

Maybe this is movie that you won't be able to watch more than once but it's still a most see.
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