Cinema in Pictures: Steven Spielberg and Saving Private Ryan / السينما في صور: ستيفين سبيلبيرج و إنقاذ الجندي رايان

 

Steven Spielberg Saving Private Ryan

Director Steven Spielberg directs actors during the iconic opening Normandy Invasion sequence of his film Saving Private Ryan (1999) / المخرج ستيفين سبيلبيرج يرشد ممثليه اثناء تصوير مشهد هجوم نورماندي المبدع لفيلمه إنقاذ الجندي رايان من انتاج سنة 1999

 

 

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Cinema in Pictures: E.T. / السينما في صور: إي تي

 

Carl Rambaldi E.T. Steven Spielberg

E.T. helps his creator Carl Rambaldi / المخلوق إي تي يقابل مخترعه كارل رامبالدي

 

 

Minority Report (2002): An Underrated Gem

 



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Director:

 

Steven Spielberg

 

Trailer:

 

 

Synopsis:

 

In a future where a special police unit is able to arrest murderers before they commit their crimes, an officer from that unit is himself accused of a future murder.

 

My review:

 

The first decade of the 21st century has seen a remarkable number of science-fiction motion pictures that challenged and intrigued audiences, chiefly among them being Minority Report. Directed by the visionary Steven Spielberg, considered one of cinema's greatest directors of all time, the film is a thought-provoking piece that explores a world in which criminals are caught before they even think of committing the crime. Spielberg's casting of Tom Cruise as the lead character, Chief John Anderton, is spot-on with Cruise able to give one of his best performances. But, it is the film's greater look at how science will affect lives and crime that interests me the most. Spielberg uses the dynamic action and beautiful visuals to comment on a possible future in which technology plays a much bigger part than it should, resulting in disrupted and damaged lives. Working with his longtime collaborator Janusz Kaminski, Spielberg also gives the film a unique look that grips our attention from the first to last frame. Simply put, Minority Report is a smart and intelligent underrated gem of a movie that blends action, suspense, and science-fiction into a remarkable blend, giving viewers a film they will not soon forget.

 

Outstanding performances:

 

  • Tom Cruise (as Chief John Anderton)
  • Max von Sydow (as Director Lamar Burgess)

 

Runtime:

 

2 hours and 25 minutes

 

Rating:

 

PG-13

 

Genres:

 

Action / Mystery / Sci-Fi

 

Cinema in Pictures: Steven Spielberg | السينما في صور: ستيفين سبيلبيرج

 

 

Steven Spielberg Jaws 1975

Steven Spielberg takes a break from filming his iconic shark movie, Jaws (1975) | ستيفين سبيلبيرج يأخذ قسطاً من الراحة أثناء تصوير فيلمه الأسطوري الفك المفترس من انتاج سنة 1975

 

Band of Brothers (2001): A Moe’s TV Guide Classic Mini-Series review



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Jurassic Park (1993): A Great Films mini-review



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Top 10 Oscars Snubs (Best Picture) | أفضل 10 أفلام عظيمة لم ترشح للأوسكار



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Schindler’s List (1993): A Great Films review



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