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Current Rating: 4.55

Current Rating: 4.55

based on 442 votes and 13 reviews

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  • Oh for goodness sakes!! Save your money & rent the movie!! It's been out on DVD since 1994. Why pay exhorbitant movie rates to see a 24 yr old movie. It's a fantastic movie but save your money & rent it. Showing this in big theatre on big screens is for suckers & fools.
  • It was a heartbreaking film the masterpiece of Spielberg. The 7 Oscars were well deserved, but I miss + two: The Best Actor for Liam Neeson and first of all The Best Suppoprting Actor for the charismatic Ralph Fiennes.
  • Astonishing! Schindler's List was superbly directed, acted, esp. the performance of Amon Goeth; played by Ralph Fiennes. Truly disturbing and amazing. 5 Stars!
  • it was jaw dropping reality!! Its amazing!
  • i thought it was absoloutly amazing, compared to the rest of speilburgs films (eg. toy story, ET, goonies. . .) this has to be one of his best films. Its breathtaking, and its so incredible to think thats what happend all those years ago, how lucky some of the jews were but 1000`s upon 1000`s died. Go see it!
  • schindler`s list!!! is a good movie i everwatch, it all abouth Nazi Vs. the faith of the Jewish poeple in ther God.
  • it was breathtaking,inspiring,you would think how could one person create such a beautiful story!!!!!!
  • Truly inspiring...
  • asboloutley astounding. GO SEE IT!
  • If this movie doesn`t compel you to feel compassion, not only for Jews, but for all who are targeted for slaughter because of their race, religion, etc., then you are missing a soul.

Schindler's List

Genre:  Drama, War
Running Time:  194 min.
Release Date: December 25, 1993
DVD: August 17, 1994

Current rating: Rating: 4.55
based on 442 votes and 13 reviews
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Cast: Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, Ralph Fiennes, Caroline Goodall, Jonathan Sagalle, Embeth Davidtz