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Apparently we have to watch schindler's list in history to show how horrible the holocaust was. Can anyone tell me if it's a good film.
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Thought it was the most boring film ever, though i didnt last more than about 30 mins. Have a total adversion to that film. Without wanting to sound anti-semetic, but how come its ok for a film to portray the atrocities of a race's ancestors in Schindlers List, but racist to portray the atrocities of a race's ancestors in Passion of Christ.
Not being anti-semetic, but the Jewish Lobby really do grind my gears on that point.
Also the films about as accurate as Sajid Mahmoods bowling.
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Heard its a good film, but hardly a great one, Speilberg directed it too. Usually enjoy his work.
Never seen it, probably a bit naughty of me, considering I've only ever heard great things about it.
It's a good film, but I've seen it once, won't be seeing it again unless there's nothing else on or someone forces me to.
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It is rather boring (unless you're really into history lessons) but it tells the story exactly as it should, and in that regard it's brilliant.
So, if it makes sense: Very good film, but still boring.
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TBH, really into history, but i'd rather spend 2 weeks reading a factual book on the subject than 3 hours of incredibly boring dramatisation on it.
If you can detach yourself from that, and look at its representation of the concentration camps and the holocaust only, then it probably is the best out there. Though absolutely nothing will prepare you for actually visiting the places. THATS the only way to really hit the message home.
I heard it was crap from a lot of people so skipped it. I'm hoping to see Shoot 'Em Up soon, though.
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Saw Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas yesterday. What an awesome movie. I can see why it has a cult following and not wider following though. Many people could just end up hating the movie but where I am concerned, it is perfect. A great cinematic experience. 10/10.
BTW I have a few other movies with me right now. Can you please rate them for me?
28 Days Later
Cidade de Deus
Ghost in the Shell
Glengarry Glenn Ross
Good German, The
Gwoenmul (The Host)
Perfume - The Story of a Murderer
Road to Perdition
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Winnie the Pooh - The Trigger Movie
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