Saving Private Ryan (1998)
Director: Steven Spielberg
Screenwriter: Robert Rodarte
Cast: Tom Hanks, Tom Sizemore, Edward Burns, Barry Pepper, Adam Goldberg, Vin Diesel, Giovanni Ribisi, Jeremy Davis / Matt Damon / Ted Danson / Paul Giamatti / Dennis Farina / Max Martini / Danlan Bruno / Daniel Cerqueira / Demeter Lee Gritsas/ Steve Griffin/ Peter Miles/ Adam Shaw/ Rolf Saxon/ Kerry Johnson/ Rockland Aiken/ Shane Johnson/ Lyle De Mancintos / Andrew Scott / Matthew Sharp / Vincent Walsh / John Sharian / Martin Harbor / Ruffalo Digtole / Enrich Ray De Man / Michelle Evans / Nathan Fillion / Leland Orser / David Vig / Ryan Hurst / Harvey Presnell / Dale Day / Bryan Cranston / David Wall / Eric Rowland / Harrison Young / Kathleen Byron / John de Lancey / James Embry / Derek Lee / João Costa Menezes/Mark Steinmeier/…
Region: United States
Languages: English / French / German / Czech
Released: 1998-11-13 (Mainland China) / 1998-07-24 (USA)
Length: 169 minutes
Also known as: Rescue Thunder (Hong Kong) / Saving Private Ryan (Taiwan) / Saving Private Ryan
Rating: IMDB 8.6 / Rotten Tomatoes 94%
Ryan (Matt Damon) is an American paratrooper trapped behind enemy lines during World War II. What is even more unfortunate is that all three of his brothers died in the war. If he also died, the old mother at home would be helpless.
Knowing the situation, the U.S. combat command decided to organize a team to go to the rescue, including captain miller (Tom Hanks) and translator urben (Jererry Davies). . However, the enemy is dangerous, and they deal with death at any time along the way. They doubted very much whether it was worth risking the lives of eight people to save one person.
Everyone searched for Ryan all the way. Some people were dissatisfied with this rescue operation, some were enthusiastic, and some were curious. Everyone smelled the breath of death again and again, Ryan’s rescue paid a heavy price.
“Saving Private Ryan” is a war drama film released in 1998, directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, and Tom Sizemore. The film follows a group of soldiers led by Captain John Miller (Tom Hanks) as they are sent on a mission to find and rescue Private James Ryan (Matt Damon), whose three brothers have been killed in action during World War II.
As the group makes their way through war-torn France, they face intense battles and grapple with the morality of risking their lives to save one man. Along the way, they confront the horrors of war and the toll it takes on both the soldiers and the civilians caught in the crossfire.
“Saving Private Ryan” was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $481 million worldwide and receiving positive reviews for its realistic portrayal of war, its emotional depth, and its impressive technical achievements. The film won five Academy Awards, including Best Director for Steven Spielberg, and has been widely praised for its opening 27-minute D-Day beach landing sequence, which is considered one of the most realistic and harrowing depictions of combat ever filmed.
The film’s themes of sacrifice, brotherhood, and the cost of war have resonated with audiences and have made it a classic in the war film genre. It has been praised for its historical accuracy and its depiction of the bravery and heroism of the soldiers who fought in World War II, while also acknowledging the brutal reality of war and its impact on the human psyche.