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Saving Private Ryan 25th Anniversary

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Movie Info & Cast


Internationally acclaimed by critics and audiences alike, Saving Private Ryan, directed by Steven Spielberg, is an unforgettable film achievement that has had a profound and lasting impact throughout the world. Winner of five Academy Awards® – including Best Director (Spielberg) – Saving Private Ryan also garnered two Golden Globe Awards for Best Motion Picture (Drama) and Best Director. In the last great invasion, of the last great war, the greatest danger for eight men…was saving one. Go behind the scenes with Steven Spielberg and the cast of SAVING PRIVATE RYAN as they recount their memories of the grueling ten day boot camp they underwent to prepare for the film.


  • Tom Hanks
  • Edward Burns
  • Tom Sizemore
  • Jeremy Davies
  • Vin Diesel
  • Adam Goldberg
  • Barry Pepper
  • Giovanni Ribisi
  • Matt Damon
  • Dennis Farina

Atom User Reviews

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Verified Review

Incredible, immersive experience to better understanding what our guys went through.

Tammy B
Verified Review

Just as much a masterpiece as it was 25 years ago. Audio quality for this event was incredible, and any fan of this war epic (or war films generally) should see it in theaters like this at least once. 12/10

Sam B



Nothing that suggests an independent vision, unless you count seeing more limbs blown off than usual.

Metacritic review by Jonathan Rosenbaum
Jonathan Rosenbaum
Chicago Reader

A bitter, bloody masterpiece with adrenalized emotions and hyper-realized images, this is perhaps as close to battle as any sane human being should ever hope to tread.

Metacritic review by Marc Savlov
Marc Savlov
Austin Chronicle

The movie's greatest strength lies in phenomenal performances that reach from the leads right down to the smallest supporting roles.

Metacritic review by Maitland McDonagh
Maitland McDonagh
TV Guide Magazine