Schindler's List Reviews
Everyone must see this.
My review based on the fact that its a true story, then the movie is very sad and an emotional story that is depicted brilliantly through Spielburgs fanastic direction and through Neesons and Fiennes fantastic performances, also everyone that acted in this movie were brilliant!
This movie displays a very moving, inspirational and touching story of the horrors the jews had to go through during the war and shows the wondering and truly amazing individuals quest to trying to save as many jews as possible. You watch this movie and you won't control yourself enough to not start crying.
Spielburg did a fantastic job of this movie and so thoroughly deserving of the 10 nominations and 7 awards that this movie recieved!
I loved the way it was in black and white and that near the beginning of the movie your introduced; or spielburg draws your attention to one little girl in particular who is wearing a red coat the only colour within the movie, i guess its a way of making you ore aware of that little girl so that through the movie your wondering what happended to her which you do find out!
A truly lovely movie.
Fiennes does a brilliant performance as psychotic german who will shoot anyone that he pleases and he is also quite amusing in this movie as well.
I dont know whether he is ment to actually be funny in this emotional movie but that is the way i understood it as.
Avery lovely and brilliant all round movie that shouldnt be missed! A classic movie that will just blow you away.!
Every scene was breathtaking. What made it even more exemplary is that you can feel the emotions seeping through you. Even though it was just a reenactment of what happened during World War II, I felt like I was living in that moment, witnessing the terrifying scene and reality of what was going on that time. It scared the hell out of me but at the same time, it made me defiant on the harsh treatment of the Nazis with the Jews. Hands down to the actors, especially to Liam Neeson. They did a "more than excellent" job in portraying their roles. And who would forget the eminent director, Steven Spielberg. I've been a big fan of Steven Spielberg ever since I was a child but this movie has catapulted him to becoming one of the best directors of all time or if I may say, the best director of all time. The cinematography was infallible. When I watched the movie, it was my first time to see a black-and-white film and I actually thought it would be "boring". A thought of Charlie Chaplin crossed my mind which was not-so-good for me. But the truth is, it really worked well and went along with the message the movie was trying to convey.
The film wasn't just about Oskar Schindler. It was about people who struggled to live amidst all the adversaries that wanted to crush them. It is a story of a race that faced near extinction. It is a story of a man who proved that in times of despondency, there could still be hope. I tried my best not to cry, but a movie like this was worth every drop of my tear. Some may say that my review was exaggerated, but actually, I even think I must apologize to the readers for limiting into words the awesomeness of Schindler's List. Believe me, I wouldn't be writing like this if it wasn't so good. I've watched it for so many times, and let me tell you, it never gets old.