Posted on 2/22/10 10:53 AM
Schindler's List is one of the most the most touching movies that anyone would ever watch in a motion picture. It was a heart warming film even when some parts were like completely violent, but that happens in movies sometimes, when the movie is a touching movie but it can get very violent or intense, and I thought that was a great thing, and knowing this was based on a true story also made you even more emotional from knowing that it happened like in Titanic or United 93, but this is way better than both of those movies.
This movie is the best movie that Steven Spielberg has ever directed. He always tries to do something different every single one of his movies he does, step by step. That is why Steven Spielberg is my favorite director and his movies are loved by many people because when he directs he will say a whole different thing like he did in a picture before. He can direct almost any movie about anything and make the movie an american cult classic masterpiece almost every time. He is really great.
Liam Neeson delivers his best performance by a mile. In this movie you mainly knew him in a action flick most of the time before he did this, and when he played as the lead role in Schindler's List he just changed his personality in his acting. He was nominated for best actor but he didn't win which was was probably one of the biggest scandals in the Academy Award history. I thought he was unbeatable. It was shocking, but we all know that he was fantastic.
But overall this movie is great and you have to see this movie no matter how long it is.