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8/10
The Classic Story Without The Fairy Godmother
4 August 1998
There are no pumpkin carriages, or even mice. No fairy godmother to deliver Cinderella from the clutches of her evil step-mother. What you do get is a pleasant, enjoyable, and real story. Good fun.
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10/10
The Greatest War Movie Ever Made
29 July 1998
It gives a million reason why no one should go to war and one very powerful reason to go to war. It is a soul numbing realistic depiction of what our grandfathers, fathers, uncles, brothers and sons have faced in humanities darkest moments. Not just in WWII but in any war. No one can see this movies without being altered in some way. No one should miss it with the EXCEPTION of those war veterans that have already been there. The surround sound puts the audience in the middle of the battle.

Steven Spielberg has out done himself and effectively held up a mirror to civilization for events to which we should all be ashamed of, rather than appalled at the movie for its real life depictions. I suggest that this movie be made standard view for congress as well as the President each and every time the question of war comes up. This movie would not stop future wars but I would hope the objectives would be much more clearly defined. I say this as a US Marine.
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10/10
This movie reminds us what going to the movies is all about.
29 July 1998
This is the first movie I have given a 10 in a very long time. The story is classic and well written, drawing elements from the past movies of similar/same names as well as real Early California lore. Well done and enjoyable for the who family. Highly recommend.
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