The Cinematic Style of Steven Spielberg
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In this paper, the author compares Steven Spielberg's films "Saving Private Ryan" and "Munich." The basis for the comparison is Spielberg's personal cinematic style as a director. Spielberg is able to integrate the visual setting in both films as realistic, but not necessarily for sheer visual impact. Instead, he lets the scene tell the story. Additionally, the conclusions of both films allowed the viewer to resolve the themes of the movies themselves, another trademark of Spielberg.
From the Paper:" It was easier to immediately reject Saving Private Ryan because of its category than it was to reject Munich. At least Munich was interesting. Upon hearing the titles of both films, Munich (at least in this reviewer's case) was far more intriguing than Private Ryan. This critic's automatic rejection scenario was immediately initiated upon hearing of Private Ryan, while being intrigued by hearing of Munich."
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