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An item that is used but still in very good condition. No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. The cover art and liner notes are included. The VHS or DVD box is included. The video game instructions and box are included. The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. No skipping on CD/DVD. No fuzzy/snowy frames on VHS tape. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
|Seller Notes:||“Very good but used.”|
|Genre:||Drama||Movie/TV Title:||Saving Private Ryan|
|Director:||Steven Spielberg, Steven Allan Spielberg||Region Code:||DVD: 1 (US, Canada...)|
|Modified Item:||No||Special Features:||Behind The Scenes Featurette|
|Country/Region of Manufacture:||United States||Brand:||Dreamworks|
|Former Rental:||No||DVD Edition Year:||1999|
|Release Year:||1999||Leading Role:||Tom Hanks|
|"Saving Private Ryan" is the realistic and emotional story of a World War II Army captain who lands on Omaha Beach on D-Day and is given the task of finding a missing paratrooper whose three brothers have already died in combat. Suspecting that Private Ryan is behind enemy lines, the captain leads his band of men through difficult territory and harsh conditions in this war DVD. Directed by Steven Spielberg, this historical drama features Tom Hanks as the always-practical Army captain, along with Giovanni Ribisi, Matt Damon, Edward Burns, Tom Sizemore, Barry Pepper, Adam Goldberg, Jeremy Davies, and Nathan Fillion. "Saving Private Ryan" won its director an Academy Award and first came to DVD in 1999. The historical drama is 169 minutes long and is rated R. Moreover, "Saving Private Ryan" is formatted for enhanced widescreen and features English Dolby Digital 5.1, as well as closed-captioning for the hearing impaired. Special features include behind the scenes documentaries, biographies, and theatrical trailers.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||3277997|
|Product Key Features|
|Director||Steven Spielberg, Steven Allan Spielberg|
|Rating||R, R (MPAA)|
|Additional Product Features|
|Leading Role||Tom Hanks|
|Display Format||Special Limited Edition|
|Region Code||Region 1|
|Number of Discs||1|
|Edition||Special Limited Edition|
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War is ugly, yet necessary For True Freedom Then & Now!
On June 6th, 1944, The Marines stormed the beaches of Normandy for one reason, to take back the strongholds that the Germans had on the coastline. We had to stamp out this sore on land and we had to do it hard and fast. I couldn't even imagine that this had to be done then, as well as I didn't imagine 19 years before I was born that I might not have had that chance of being born, but I did. My own grandfather served in the Army in the Alaskan chain of islands for a tour and was soon to be shipped out to fight for the battle of the bulge as well. My grandfather became ill with a kidney infection and just missed his company getting shipped out. Thusly, my mother had a father at home after the war ended, and I actually did get born. Saving Private Ryan is a very powerful film depicting a true to life situation to save a young Private who has to bare the burden of perhaps returning from the war and make some sense out of why he survived and his brothers all died in the call of duty. Private Ryan (Matt Damon) is first unaware of his brother's demise, but soon learns of the news about them all. Director Steven Spielberg depicts a larger than life size story about the means to an end to lead a squad of men into a dangerous zone behind enemy lines, just to rescue this Ryan and get him back to his home. Captain John Miller (Tom Hanks) leads the unit whose orders are to track down Private Ryan return home where his mother is grieving the unimaginable loss of her three other sons to different battles of the war. The first unforgettable 20 minutes of SAVING PRIVATE RYAN realistically and horrifically depicts the Normandy invasion as Miller. his second-in-command, Sergeant Horvath (Tom Sizemore), and the others in the unit land at Omaha Beach. Casting was probably the easiest part for the pre-production team, yet making the movie appear realistic was a definite challenge. Spielberg would have it no other way than true-to-life. That's why the film won so many academy awards. I'll give this a 5/5 or 100% for its valiant men who died at the orders of their superiors for such an important cause they all finally related to in the end. IF YOU LIKE MY REVIEWS, PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO LET ME KNOW BY VOTING. THANKS.
Although based on a true incident of World War II, SAVING PRIVATE RYAN must add some fictional dramatic touches - one of which, if thought about too much, throws the whole story into a cocked hat. More, in spite of good technical advice, the rescue squad commits many errors: carrying on loud conversations behind enemy lines; skylining themselves on a ridge (though it does make for a dramatic visual). Is it the best war movie ever? It is, in the first twenty minutes, probably the most realistic. And there is a good (for the most part) narrative and even a moral. But two things have always bothered me: the cowardice of the pacifist clerk and equating the death of the Jewish soldier with making love. Serious flaws, but still a darned good movie. Best ever? No. By the standards of the day (no movie ratings, so everything had to be "G")I'd still have to pick THE LONGEST DAY.
Saving Private Ryan (1999, DVD)
Director Steven Spielberg's World War II tour de force chronicles the journey of a GI squad on a dangerous mission behind enemy lines. Led by Captain John Miller (Tom Hanks), the unit is under orders to track down a soldier, Private Ryan (Matt Damon), so he might return home to his mother in America, where she is grieving the unimaginable loss of her three other sons to the war. The first unforgettable 20 minutes of SAVING PRIVATE RYAN realistically and horrifically depicts the Normandy invasion as Miller. his second-in-command, Sergeant Horvath (Tom Sizemore), and the others in the unit land at Omaha Beach. Before the film began shooting, Hanks and the actors in his squad went through a one-week boot camp in the woods. All the actors, except Hanks, wanted to quit, but Hanks rallied their spirits by reminding them of the incredible tribulations endured by the real veterans of World War II. Production designer Tom Sanders found a beach in Ireland that perfectly matched the landscape of Normandy’s. Spielberg gave great credit to the Irish army who helped re-create the Omaha Beach scenes.
Theres nothing to say except it was a great purchace. Thumbs up WAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYY Up for me on this film and the purchase of this DVD.
No Complaints at all for me no this movie or the purchase of the film on this dvd great movie great characters great movie great buy,Best war film I have ever seen Sad But Based On True Events that happened During Word War II, Tom Hanks played a good role, Matt Damon was unbelievable in this movie.
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Excellent detail, realism, story line and actors.
Excellent movie, great detail, realism, story line and actors. A piece of history very well presented. June 6th 1944 is when the forces of good pushed back the forces of evil. Everyone needs to see that freedom is NOT free, it takes courage, strength and sacrifice to destroy those that would enslave..
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: athenschris