🎦 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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wanted to watch the film but couldn't find time until today, and I think this film is overrated, couldn't say something good about it, if you have enough time to spend for nothing than watch it, but cant ignore the story,must respect to story and I believe that other people is watching the film for the story.
I do not like the film, UNFORTUNATELY
This will probably shock many people but a movie that has never really been done for me is one of us love Spielberg allegedly best movies namely Schindler's list. Schindler's list is really a movie the upload has not triggered at me has Lust tell me that I have already told you that the most important thing about a movie for me is that he touched you somehow emotionally or that has her something says there were a lot of bad movies I've seen there were a lot of unnecessary films I saw and also a lot of boring Movies to Aldi in I could say something because they have triggered something in me and even boredom disgust to vote these are all feelings but if the film does nothing triggers with me then this is just the biggest you can send a movie can do if I have two Hours sitting close not feeling this is just sad. I prefer a bad movie that bores me offended and offended as a movie that is simply empty and does not taste good. What does the girl do the list? Well, I've seen a lot of second world war films watching metal messages is all possible perspectives and a possible feelings though Gin the list the only one of not one of these feelings drive even boredom anger or grief and I find a pity because I want this movie really really made great great music he is super filmed and so and I can not say to you actors what not even a thousand times was said, unfortunately, this is really the only movie that is just not for me and I was really shocked that that was the case. I always say that the miserable is the worst movie he has seen you or find one that I hate the most Varel who just pushed the wrong buttons with me, however, Steven Spielberg Schindler's list has absolutely no button pressed with me. So I'm sorry to say that I find this is really a pity because the food was very big and important film of the since was made but I do not find the film tasteless tasteless but I simply do not taste anything.
The best film I have ever seen
I have to admit, I'm a bit of a history geek. I love Historical movies and Schindler's list is not only the best historical movie I've ever seen, but one of the best movies I've ever seen. This is the best Liam Neeson movie and he, paired with the tremendous Ralph Fiennes as Oskar Schindler and Amon Goeth respectively, lead the line in what is a superb cast. Ben Kingsley is superb in his supporting role as Itzhak Stern. However, at the helm of this movie, is the almost immortal Steven Spielberg who utilises his directorial skills to create an atmosphere that makes you feel as if you're right there at that moment. The movie is jam-packed with symbolism, particularly the use of the girl in the red coat. For me, there is no other war movie that portrays the struggle of the Jews as effectively as this one. One thing separates this from every other war movie, the decision to film it in black and white. This Black and White tone creates an automatically dull tone for the movie, but it also helps to create an historical tone, almost as if you are actually in the 1940's. To conclude, everything about this movie is perfect, the actors, directors and overall tone of the movie. It is a film that will, and I repeat just to emphasise, will stand the test of time. People will look at this movie in years to come, and they shall know not only the brilliance of the movie, but how Oskar Schindler helped to save all of those people during the war.
Representation misused
This is just another film like Amistad that Steven Spielberg thought might be important to put to film. But, after seeing a film like United 93, I feel that, going back to this film, I see it as exploitation. That it is exploiting the pain of the entire holocaust and the tragedy that it really was, and exploiting that for emotional reasons but worse, to give Oskar Shindler an opposite, and something to purify him from a narrative character perspective. It's not that I hate the film, it's well made in every aspect, but it is basically a Frank Capra picture set within a really huge tragedy. One character is not the hero or villain here, there is no black and white. Since it chooses to display the Holocaust so graphically, do it in a better way. But watching the film and contrasting it to what actually did happen, I have to wonder, is there a really truthful way of representing the Holocaust? It's such a monstrous tragedy, the big abomination of the 20th century, should it really be put onto film, and are the words now used to describe it, "Never Again", really a truthful representation? Is this how we want people to remember the Holocaust? Through a film that presents a hero struggling to be a capitalist and struggling to be a good man by Western standards by saving as many people as possible. If he had saved "one more" person, it wouldn't have mattered. The film is permanent, and the Holocaust itself is as well. I firmly believe this is not the appropriate way to depict something that actually happened and was so important. It's the singular voice of the director here, this film might as well by "It's A Wonderful Life", because that is essentially what it is. The same story, the same character arc for Shindler. It's just not appropriate and I think that the time has not come yet for us to truly be able to grasp the atrocity of the Holocaust. I believe the means of representation are not available for us or at our disposal.
Superior Masterpiece!!
Schindler's List is possibly the best film ever made, every part of this film is amazing, it is even better than the original, I was very surprised by this. The story is amazing, everything makes perfect sense. The Oscar winning screenplay is amazing, the dialogue is some of the most original, and realistic ever putt on screen, the characters are flawless, and it's in every way perfectly written. The acting is just as fantastic, Liam neeson acting is superb as oskar schindler, The scene in this movie is very lifelike. A history was caught on screen! Since the Director was Steven spielberg. One of the best films ever, a must see. Flawless.
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
One of the best Film
Just in case you didn't learn from the first 4000 holocaust films that the holocaust was really bad........Spielberg goes out on a limb and hits you over the head with the fact that the holocaust was really bad. He also did it in a very exploitative pandering manner...to the point of being grotesque. If you didn't learn from those 4001 holocaust films that the Nazis also exterminated gypsies, gays etc.... Well the Nazis wiped out a lot of other groups beside Jews too. This sort of thing tows a very dangerous line...that it was more significant not that 6 million plus people were exterminated but that it was 6 million Jews....according to the majority of these films and various holocaust memorials the gypsies and gays etc. do not count.
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.
My list
Here is Barbara's List of all the reasons why Schindler's List is the most annoyingly overpraised film of all time. 1.Overlong 2.Spielberg's most self-indulgent film, which is pretty pathetic, considering that he also made Saving Private Ryan 3.self-consciously arty 4.overabundance of cheesy filmmaking gimmicks.

If I had more time, I could go on forever....
Can we criticize this movie now?
I mean, has enough time passed? Or has the release of *Schindler's List* on DVD fueled a new hushed awe towards the picture?

Spielberg's critic-proof Holocaust film has several problems, the biggest of which is the way it turns a horrible real-life tragedy into a three-hanky melodrama. I continue to maintain that the Holocaust is generally unfilmable, in terms of what we might call a standard movie. Generally unfilmable, but not inevitably unfilmable. Off the top of my head, I can recommend two recent films on this subject: Francesco Rosi's *The Truce*, and Costa-Gavras' *Amen". Both films approach this material with far more nuance than Spielberg's film, which, I repeat, is weepy melodrama. (And as such, treads a fine line between reverence and tastelessness.) For that matter, Polanski's *The Pianist* gives us a more unique approach than what we get here, which is a movie that features a hero whom your average American multiplex popcorn-tub-muncher can easily identify with: a gregarious capitalist named Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson) who, despite all the war-profiteering (read: "initiative"), turns out to have a heart of gold. Or marshmallow mush. Please don't bother pointing out that this is a "true story": those who've read the actual book by Thomas Kenneally on which the movie is based will be rather shocked by the movie's willingness to sacrifice verisimilitude for "dramatic license". The biggest example of this is the "villain" of the piece, SS-Kommandant Amon Goeth (Ralph Fiennes in a career-making performance). The screenplay ladles all sorts of Freudian syrup over this character, meaning: he's crazy as a loon. So much for the "banality of evil": instead, we get, via Fiennes' Method-y performance, a study in mere neurosis instead of a rigorous examination of the murderous pathology that's inherent in humanity. Spielberg can't resist having Herr Goeth develop a crush on one of his Jewish housemaids, and we get the requisite "Hath not a Jew eyes" speech, delivered with what is supposed to be irony by Fiennes. Then he beats the crap out of her. Change the plot particulars, and you've got your standard "Lifetime Channel" movie about an abusive husband.

Don't get me wrong, the film is not a total waste of time: even melodrama has cumulative virtues, and many of the scenes in *Schindler's List* are quite affecting, particularly the very last sequence in which the surviving "Schindler Jews" appear (in color), accompanied by the actors who portrayed them. They pay tribute to Schindler by laying stones on his grave. Moving stuff. Ben Kingsley, who portrays the worry-wart Itzhak Stern, must also receive special mention. And Spielberg's technical mastery is never open to question: this is one beautifully mounted film, impeccably photographed. The set-design, which is called upon to perform the daunting task of replicating Nazi labor camps and so forth, is beyond reproach. Proving that he's still the same guy who directed *Jaws*, Spielberg is able to send chills up our spines when a train full of Jewish women & girls is accidentally routed to Auschwitz: it's a night-scene, replete with a light-tower that approximates a beacon from Hell.

But, all-in-all, the movie remains an elementary approach to the Holocaust genre. It's tailor-made for desultory viewings by 12th-graders: "Hey mom, we learned about the Holocaust in class today." Nothing wrong with that, but aren't the kids better served by a FACTUAL documentary about this subject, rather than an Oscar-baited exercise in self-importance? You decide.
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