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Saving Private Ryan Movie Review (1998) | Roger Ebert

Saving Private Ryan (1998) – I mean, really… in many ways Saving Private Ryan is the sort of “ultimate” war movie. It has it faults, and it has its problems (it’s sort of bizarre seeing such a realistic depiction of the carnage of war feature so many characters who are leftovers from a cornier movie from the 1950’s). But, look, none of those minor quibbles mean much when you compare it to the horrifying and all-too-real-looking D-Day sequence that begins the film. It’s a totally straightforward look at an important battle and the price that was paid to win it. Saving Private Ryan is bookended with two war sequences, each of which are photographed brilliantly by Janusz Kaminski to put the viewer as an active participant without the luxury of any sort of disconnect between the blood and guts.

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As to "Saving Private Ryan, the scenes on and under the watrer and on the beach are probably the most realistic of any dramatic production. They did get a little carried away depicting the lethality of a few bullets in deeper water? Probably. So What?

The Niland Brothers were four American brothers from Tonawanda, New York, serving in the military during World War II. Of the four, two survived the war, but for a time it was believed that only one, Frederick Niland, had survived. Frederick was sent back to the United States to complete his service, and only later learned that his brother Edward, presumed dead, was actually captive in a Japanese POW camp in Burma. Steven Spielberg's film Saving Private Ryan is loosely based on the brothers' story.