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    Windtalkers Movie Analysis

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    Marine Stg. Joe Enders (Nicolas Cage), during the mission on Soloman Islands, loses all his troops. He receives the medal but still suffers from emotional problems and he feels guilty. There are two Native American characters: Private Ben Yahzee (Adam Beach) and Private Charles Whitehorse (Roger Willie). They are sent with others Navajo tribesmen directly from Indian reservations to military academy in order to become code talkers. Navajo language is so unique that it was used during WW II to…

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    Saving Private Ryan Critical Analysis Saving Private Ryan is a story about a group of American soldiers during World War ll overcoming obstacles to accomplish a signal mission. One of the biggest obstacles they had to face was keeping everyone focused on the mission at hand. I think the book did an excellent job at making that obstacle clear to the audience. Saving Private ryan is a story of a small group of American soldiers on a mission to find and bring home a soldier named…

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    Bridge Of Spies Cold War

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    is the new film, Bridge of Spies – but these three elements come together to be so much more than your simple, run of the mill drama. And, if you’ve had the pleasure of witnessing the cinematic brilliance of Spielberg’s Schindler’s List or Saving Private Ryan, you might have an inkling of what you’re in for… In Bridge of Spies, Tom Hanks stars as James B. Donovan, an insurance lawyer with a prominent law firm that’s tapped to defend an alleged Russian spy, Rudolf Abel (Mark Rylance). To…

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    never truly know how it feels to be in war, unless they’ve been in one. Even if someone who’s seen war tells them about it, they can’t understand. Movie’s rarely portray it how it’s suppose to be or they can’t catch the feeling of it. Although, Saving Private Ryan is one of the movies that show a piece of the struggle of war. With the many strong events that happened, it shows the war that only those who serve in it experience. It wasn’t just the main squad that showed what war is, but also all…

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    physical action against the group persecuting others? This is a question that many have sought to answer. Many specific instances of ethically questionable leadership and scenarios can be found in the film “Saving Private Ryan” which chronicles the journey of a unit to save a one Private Ryan. One of the largest ethical questions found in the film is whether the killing of German Soldiers justified given their actions against the Jews. In other words, does killing justify being killed. If so,…

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    The speech I read was from the movie “Saving Private Ryan” (Movie Speech, 1998). General George C. Marshall read aloud a letter that Abraham Lincoln wrote to a Mrs. Bixby in Boston. I believe the goal of the speech was to inform his officers that there was a mission for them, which was to do whatever they had to to bring that boy home alive (Movie Speech, 1998). The goal of the speech/letter was not clearly stated until after he was done reading it to his officers. Based on the contents of…

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    Tom Hanks is Steven Spielberg’s great stoic hero. In Saving Private Ryan, he’s the schoolteacher soldier, trying to maintain a semblance of sense in the chaos of World War II; in Catch Me If You Can, he’s the befuddled Fed, blustering through every airy caper to drag the conman hero back down to earth. And in Bridge of Spies, Hanks plays James B. Donovan, a lawyer who defended the Soviet spy Rudolf Abel after his arrest in 1957, performing the vital duty of representing American fairness, and…

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    Worth-watching historical movie If anybody thinks historical films are all about boring and wasting time, this movie would change their mind. Bridge of Spy was based on a true story of U-2 incident in 1960. A Soviet spy, Rudoft Abel, was arrested, and James Donovan, an insurrance lawyer at that time, was chosen to be his defender. Francis Gary Power, a pilot of US army, was arrested by the Soviet Union after failing his misson. In the meantime, the young Frederic Pryor, an American college…

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    Desmond Doss: A True Hero

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    surprise. Instead of fleeing. He would lower them one-by-one with a rope and after he lowered one he would pray “Lord, please help me get one more”(http://www militarytimes.com). He would lower them from a 30-50 foot cliff (http://www militarytimes.com). Saving 75 people’s lives especially in extremely in danger situation proves that you are a hero. After the war he was given the highest medal of war. Another time that shows that Doss show he is a hero…

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    This movie tells us a lot, it taught us about fighting and war in general It told us what soldiers had to go through at the young age they were, they had to drop out of school and give up their careers in their normal lives. The movie focuses on the main character whose name is Paul he's a German soldier and it shows us what does soldiers had to go through on a normal basis it showed us how many soldiers died from the most silly mistakes and how many could've survived if they would just follow…

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