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23 hours ago, JoeinAR said:

Dunkirk was a major defeat but a true story, how fictionalized it becomes remains to be seen. SPR was a piece of fiction, a reworking of other event for the contrivance of this story. 

 

Isn't this film going to be about the resounding success that was the epically heroic rescue mission, then? 

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4 minutes ago, Lonnegan said:

 

Isn't this film going to be about the resounding success that was the epically heroic rescue mission, then? 

They let us go. It's the only explanation for the ease of our escape

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9 hours ago, Alexcremers said:

Personally, I would have part with your copy of Always, but hey, that's me!

 

I have never seen Always. I read a synopsis and it sounds dull as dishwater. 

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15 minutes ago, Alexcremers said:

Strange, you are all Spielberg maniacs like this world has never seen and yet I've seen more Spielbergs than you guys?

 

And you're the Snyder apologist who still hasn't seen BvS (not that I would wish that upon you)

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I have never seen:

 

A.I. Artificial Intelligence

Always (1989 film)

Amblin'

Amistad (film)

The BFG (2016 film)

Bridge of Spies (film)

The Color Purple (film)

Duel (1971 film)

Firelight (1964 film)

Lincoln (2012 film)

Minority Report (film)

Munich (film)

Ready Player One (film)

Savage (1973 film)

Schindler's List

Something Evil

The Sugarland Express

The Terminal

Twilight Zone: The Movie

War Horse (film)

 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Films_directed_by_Steven_Spielberg

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9 minutes ago, JoeinAR said:

Amistad is mixed but is important sequences as powerful as anything SS has done.

 

The Middle Passage sequence is terrific

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Not counting his pre-Duel TV work, the only Spielberg-directed theatrical movies I've never seen are The Color Purple, Always and Amistad.  Someday I'll see them all.

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When War Horse and Tintin were coming out I went on a mini-marathon catching up on all the Spielberg I hadn't seen, so I think I've just got Twilight Zone: The Movie left which I never tracked down. I suppose I'll see it at some point. Also haven't seen most of his early/TV stuff besides Amblin, Eyes, Duel, and Something Evil. 

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