🎦 Schindler's List full movie HD download (Steven Spielberg) - Drama, Biography, History, War. 🎬
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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Holocaust as Family Drama, Awful Junk
This film is very empty, for not only does it portray the Germans as "evil, lop-sided, devil worshippers" but it shows the Jews as being "promising, alluring, good guys". If one is to question morality, then do so, but do not give us the black vs white issue found in this film. Speilberg, immature since day one as director, tells us what to think, he strips away our humanity by overdosing us on excessive amounts of guilt and sentimentality. In effect, the film lacks any moral basis except to denounce all evil men and with that, we learn absolutely nothing.....
Ugly but Great
This movie was ugly and grotesque, in other words, perfect for what the film was trying to achieve.

The movie depicted vividly and well the dehumanization of the Jews at the hands of Nazis during World War 2. The ugly scenes, massacres, and killings helped at least give you a feel of the terror and fear these people must have felt at the time.

Usually, I don't find movies based on true events to be as interesting, but this was an exception. The final scenes where they show the real life Schindler Jews visiting his grave was touching and helps solidify the realities of what happened.

One issue I had was the movie being in black in white - I felt it was unnecessary and the same feelings could have been achieved with a color movie. Related to this, I felt the red dress girl was overkill and also unnecessary. Finally, the final scene of him crying didn't seem to be that realistic - perhaps a bit overdone to me.

Other than those issues, I felt the movie was great and done well.
The color of the film isn't the only thing that's black and white.
The Nazis in Schindler's List are portrayed as evil heartless demons who seem to lack any kind of soul (well, Amon Goeth was pretty evil), while Schindler and other "goodies" are portrayed as saints with hearts of butter; It's time to wake up people! My grandfather who is now 85 served in the war verses the Germans. I've had many talks with him and his war buddys and I can promise you that what you see in this film (and many others that are "based on truth") is purely fictional and shouldn't be allowed to even claim it is based on truth. And if it must it should have to give us a percentage of truth that it is based on, eg: based on 6% truth. Honestly, just take a look at the war on Iraq to see a current example of how the victors completely turn the truth on its head and sell it to the masses; who readily accept it as fact.

Schindler at the end of the film is seen giving away his watch and a few rings (last of his possessions) as to save a few more Jews. Well, truth is Schindler made off with A LOT of money in reality. He profited from the Jews slave labor just as much as they profited off his humanity. I'm not saying that Schindler wasn't a good man for saving the many Jews that he did, I'm just saying lets not go overboard with the exaggeration. And this is just one of the many liberties the director took with this story to spice it up a bit. Some of the scenes which were designed to shock the audience with brutality from the Nazis towards the Jews were so over dramatized and fake they made me want to blow chunks in my popcorn. I don't mind fantasy but for gods sake don't mix it with truth, especially when you have an audience which sadly seem to often refer to this film when they are in a debate about world war 2 or the holocaust, as if it was some kind of historical reference with any credibility.

PS: For a good film about world war 2 and the Nazis, check out "DownFall", a German film which is very, very well made.
Is Oskar Shindler a good guy or a bad guy?
In Shindler's list, Oskar is faced with many obstacles in getting workers for his factory. Oskar is an all around good guy. He helped Jews get jobs, he helped them become better people, and he saved their lives. Without Oskar many of those Jews would not have survived the Holocaust. After a train full of women arrived in Auswtiz by mistake, Oskar did everything he could to try to get them back to the factory, and he succeeded. He realized what was going on at the concentration camps and decided to make a list of people to take with him back to the factory. He kept his workers there as long as he could, even though some might be too young or be missing a limb, he gave them life. Oskar risked his own life for those who were being discriminated and killed. Oskar was one of the very few who were actually good in the saddest movie I have ever seen.
Over-hyped and not over quick enough
This is one of the worst films I have ever seen. Only Steven Speilberg could take an astonishing story of courage and determination in the face of hideous oppression and turn it into a poorly made schmaltz-fest like this. Chief in a series of tacky, amateurish filming techniques is the legendary "girl in red coat". Having decided on black and white in an attempt to show that he can be serious about something, the paucity of Spielberg's imagination is clear in that he can think of no other way to make the girl stand out and be recognised - he seems to think that his audience is incapable of recognising, say, a face, and has to hammer home the identity of the girl by presenting her in an entirely different way from everybody else in the film. The monumental cheesiness of the closing scenes with the people saved by Schindler goes way beyond the point of tackiness - just more evidence of Spielberg's extraordinarily sentimental side sabotaging what should have been a meaningful film. On the plus side, most of the acting is superb, but on the whole the film sensationalises the violence and oppression which it should have set out to attack. Oskar Schindler was such an extraordinary man that his remarkable story, which everybody should know, deserved far, far better than this.
top rated movie #6 Lol
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
Schneider's List - Terrible
Schneider's List would have to be the shittest comedy movies I have ever sceen the fact its called Schneider's List but doesn't actually feature Robert Schneider is f-cked up. The film is f--king re-tarted I went in with the zig zags and the chromosome dust thinking it was an autobiography about Robert Schneider but it ended up being about Seth Rogens f--king Jewish heritage don't waste your time or money with this film. Stay gold Adam Sandler - Owen Wilson
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.
Probably the greatest film of all time
Although the film has a long running time, every moment is worth gluing your eyes to the screen. With a age 15 guide line you can expect the usual swearing,nudity and violence but all with good meaning. I would recommend watching the film at any age, primarily because all of the world needs to learn of the events of the ww2. The use of no color other than the girl in the red coat is possibly what gives this film it authenticity. Spielberg uses his religion to bring this film it's emotion. Both Liam and Ralph play masterful parts and play them well. Defiantly watch this film, and I bet you will end up crying your heart out. Enjoy
Spielberg : The Creative Genius....Hats off !
Schindler's List (1993), directed by the most acclaimed director Steven Spielberg is the most touching and fascinating movie Hollywood ever witnessed. The movie has Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley and Ralph Fiennes playing the key roles in the film. Spielberg demonstrates his creative genius by taking the audience back into the era regarded as the worst period in the history of mankind, the Holocaust. The protagonist Oskar Schindler, played quite beautifully by Liam Neeson is a true Nazi gentleman having a taste for women, liquor and money. A sense of confidence is reflected in the eyes of Oskar as he goes on to establish an enterprise having Jews as the manual labourers. It was the time when Jew labour was considered to be the cheapest and it seemed perfect for Oskar to make a successful business. He appoints a Jew manager by the name Itzhak Stern (Ben Kingsley) who once ran a factory in the Cracow ghetto. Stern does the job of recruiting Jew labour while Schindler takes care of the flamboyance (that is what he claims he is good at). The work of running a labour camp in Paszów is entrusted to Amon Goeth, a ruthless Nazi general. The Krakow ghetto is liquidated and numerous Jews are sent to allocate in the labour camps where innocent Jews are shot in cold blood by Amon for no reason and just to fulfill his immoral satisfaction. As the film progresses, a gradual change in Oskar Schindler takes place. The person who used to think only about his enterprise and the profits associated with it starts feeling a concern and a sense of sadness for the devastated Jews. The audience can literally sense the humanitarian nature evolved in Oskar Schindler. The name 'Schindler's List' pertaining to the list which Oskar prepares to bring in thousands of Jews into his company thereby freeing them from the clutches of Amon. Spielberg creates an artistic feel as the movie is shot in black and white and the viewer gets himself time-travelled in the past. The movie ends with Schindler saving more than thousand Jews thus stopping paving a way for another world. The film has a very pertinent dialogue quoted by Stern. He says "Whoever saves one life saves the world entire". A Big salute to Spielberg and this masterpiece... Nudity: Yes Kissing: Mild Foul Language: No Blood and Gore:Yes
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