Mel Gibson plays Benjamin Martin, a pacifist widower in South Carolina during the American Revolution. Son Gabriel (Heath Ledger) enlists in the Continental Army against his father's wishes, but not surprisingly, Benjamin eventually chooses to participate as well. An epic picture that delves into the classic war dilemmas of sacrifice, glory, honor, survival, and revenge.
Just a portion of Steven Spielberg's remarkable Omaha Beach landing sequence from Saving Private Ryan, 1998, with Tom Hanks as 'Captain Miller,' cinematography by Janusz Kaminski.
Saving Private Ryan -- Featurette: Training for the film
Saving Private Ryan -- Clip: I was here
Saving Private Ryan -- Featurette: The men who served in the war
Saving Private Ryan -- Clip: Action montage
Saving Private Ryan -- Interview: The Cast 'On World War II'
Saving Private Ryan -- Trailer for this wartime drama
Saving Private Ryan -- Interview: Tom Hanks And Steven Spielberg 'On the plot of the film'
Saving Private Ryan -- Clip: That's my mission
Based on a World War II drama. US soldiers try to save their comrade, paratrooper Private Ryan, who's stationed behind enemy lines.
Jenny, a musical prodigy, finds herself behinds bars for murder, but one person wants to help her out Traude, the 80-year-old piano instructor who has taught at the prison for years. Traude plans to enter Jenny in prestigious competition but will the headstrong Jenny waste her one chance for redemption? (Film is in German Dialect, English Subtitles)
In 1776 South Carolina, widower and legendary war hero Benjamin Martin (Mel Gibson) finds himself thrust into the midst of the American Revolutionary War as he helplessly watches his family torn apart by the savage forces of the British Redcoats. Unable to remain silent, he recruits a band of reluctant volunteers, including his idealistic patriot son, Gabriel (Heath Ledger), to take up arms against the British. Fighting to protect his family's freedom and his country's independence, Martin discovers the pain of betrayal, the redemption of revenge and the passion of love.
A family man reluctantly joins the American Revolution, aiming to avenge his son - murdered by a sadistic British officer. With Heath Ledger, Chris Cooper.
A reluctant South Carolina farmer (Mel Gibson) is forced to fight the British in this epic adventure of the American Revolution. Directed by Roland Emmerich (Independence Day). Screenplay by Robert Rodat (Saving Private Ryan).
In 1776 South Carolina, Benjamin Martin finds himself thrust into the midst of the American Revolutionary War. Fighting to protect his family and his country, Martin discovers the pain of betrayal, the redemption of revenge and the passion of love.
Steven Spielberg directed this powerful, realistic re-creation of WWII's D-day invasion and the immediate aftermath. The story opens with a prologue in which a veteran brings his family to the American cemetery at Normandy, and a flashback then joins Capt. John Miller (Tom Hanks) and GIs in a landing craft making the June 6, 1944, approach to Omaha Beach to face devastating German artillery fire. This mass slaughter of American soldiers is depicted in a compelling, unforgettable 24-minute sequence. Miller's men slowly move forward to finally take a concrete pillbox. On the beach littered with bodies is one with the name "Ryan" stenciled on his backpack. Army Chief of Staff Gen. George C. Marshall (Harve Presnell), learning that three Ryan brothers from the same family have all been killed in a single week, requests that the surviving brother, Pvt. James Ryan (Matt Damon), be located and brought back to the United States. Capt. Miller gets the assignment, and he chooses a translator, Cpl. Upham (Jeremy Davis), skilled in language but not in combat, to join his squad of right-hand man Sgt. Horvath (Tom Sizemore), plus privates Mellish (Adam Goldberg), Medic Wade (Giovanni Ribisi), cynical Reiben (Edward Burns) from Brooklyn, Italian-American Caparzo (Vin Diesel), and religious Southerner Jackson (Barry Pepper), an ace sharpshooter who calls on the Lord while taking aim. Having previously experienced action in Italy and North Africa, the close-knit squad sets out through areas still thick with Nazis. After they lose one man in a skirmish at a bombed village, some in the group begin to question the logic of losing more lives to save a single soldier. The film's historical consultant is Stephen E. Ambrose, and the incident is based on a true occurance in Ambrose's 1994 bestseller D-Day: June 6, 1944.
The SRU team is called in to stop a sniper who's been setting booby traps and shooting citizens near a city landmark set to be demolished.
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While unraveling a mystery involving a dead computer genius and his ultimate invention, Doe wonders if he might have been part of the genius' experiments.
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