Saving Private Ryan 1998
Title: Saving Private Ryan
Release year: 1998
Country: United States
Genre: Drama, War

Following the Normandy Landings, a group of U.S. soldiers go behind enemy lines to retrieve a paratrooper whose brothers have been killed in action.

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Saving Private Ryan is a war drama film directed by Steven Spielberg, released in 1998. The movie is set during World War II and follows a group of US soldiers led by Captain John Miller (played by Tom Hanks) on a mission to find and retrieve Private James Francis Ryan (played by Matt Damon), whose three brothers have all been killed in action.

The movie opens with a graphic depiction of the D-Day landings on Omaha Beach in 1944, as Miller and his team are part of the Allied invasion force. After surviving the beach landing, Miller receives his new mission to find Ryan and bring him back to safety. Along the way, the group encounters various obstacles and enemies, and many members of the team are killed in action.

Throughout the movie, the characters grapple with the moral implications of their mission, and Miller in particular struggles with the question of whether the life of one man is worth risking the lives of many. The film culminates in a climactic battle in a small French village, as the team fights to defend a strategically important bridge against overwhelming German forces.

Saving Private Ryan was widely praised for its realistic portrayal of war and its powerful performances, especially by Tom Hanks. The movie won five Academy Awards, including Best Director for Steven Spielberg, and was a commercial and critical success.

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Director: Steven Spielberg
Actor: Abbe Muschallik,Adam Goldberg,Adam Shaw,Aiden Condron,Alan Joyce,Amanda Boxer,Andrew Scott,Anna Maguire,Barry Pepper,Brian Maynard,Bryan Cranston,Chris Hastings,Corey Johnson,Crofton Hardester,Dale Dye,Daniel Cerqueira,David Vegh,David Wohl,Declan Geraghty,Demetri Goritsas,Dennis Farina,Derek Lea,Dorothy Grumbar,Dylan Bruno,Edward Burns,Eric Loren,Erich Redman,Frank Huseyin,Gary Sefton,Giovanni Ribisi,Glenn Wrage,Grahame Wood,Harrison Young,Harve Presnell,Ian Porter,James Embree,James Innes-Smith,Jeremy Davies,João Costa Menezes,Joerg Stadler,John Barnett,John de Lancie,John Sharian,John Walters,Julian Spencer,Kathleen Byron,Laird Macintosh,Lee Aaron Rosen,Leland Orser,Leo Stransky,Loclann Aiken,Mac Steinmeier,Maclean Burke,Marc Cass,Mark Phillips,Markus Napier,Martin Beaton,Martin Hub,Martin Maloney,Martin McDougall,Matt Damon,Matthew Sharp,Max Martini,Michael Mantas,Michael P. Jahoda,Michelle Evans,Nathan Fillion,Neil Finnighan,Nick Brooks,Nigel Whitmey,Nina Muschallik,Paschal Friel,Paul Garcia,Paul Giamatti,Paul Hickey,Paul Sacks,Paul Woodadge,Peter Miles,Raffaello Degruttola,Rob Freeman,Rolf Saxon,Ronald Longridge,Ryan Hurst,Sam Ellis,Sam Scudder,Seamus McQuade,Sebastian J. Brook,Shane Hagan,Shane Johnson,Stephan Grothgar,Stephane Cornicard,Steve Griffin,Taylor Murphy,Ted Danson,Thomas Gizbert,Tilo Keiner,Tom Hanks,Tom Sizemore,Valerie Colgan,Victor Burke,Vin Diesel,Vincent Ventresca,Vincent Walsh,William Marsh