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  1. Raiders
  2. Schindler’s List
  3. The Last Crusade
  4. Jaws
  5. Saving Private Ryan
  6. Jurassic Park
  7. Temple of Doom
  8. Bridge of Spies
  9. Close Encounters
  10. The Sugarland Express
  11. Lincoln
  12. ET 
  13. The Color Purple
  14. AI: Artificial Intelligence
  15. Duel
  16. Empire of the Sun
  17. Amistad
  18. Minority Report
  19. Catch Me if You Can
  20. The BFG
  21. The Terminal
  22. Munich
  23. War of the Worlds
  24. The Adventures of Tintin
  25. The Lost World
  26. War Horse
  27. The Post
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My list goes like this. Won't include the ones I rated below 5.

 

  1. Schindler's List
  2. Jurassic Park
  3. Bridge of Spies
  4. Saving Private Ryan
  5. The Adventures of Tin Tin
  6. The Post
  7. Catch Me If You Can
  8. Ready Player One
  9. E.T.
  10. Lincoln

 

If I can give negative ratings

 

-1. Indiana Jones: Temple of Doom

-2. Close Encounters of Third Kind

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I watched Jurassic Park in the cinema a couple of weeks ago. The "Welcome to Jurassic Park" scene is so beautiful. Honestly like top 10 film scenes ever.

 

Raiders will obviously win this list but will be interesting to see how high up people rank some of the other stuff.

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For anyone in the UK, all these are on Netflix:

 

Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park 2: The Lost World

Ready Player One

The Terminal

Schindler's List

Bridge of Spies

The BFG

Hook

The Adventures of Tintin

 

 

No Spielberg movies on Disney+ or Amazon Prime Video.

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11 hours ago, lorddemaxus said:

Just rewatched Ready Player One and the movie deserves more credit, at least on a technical level. Spielberg experiments more with a virtual environment than any film since Avatar combined.

Ready Player One is one of my bottom 5 movies I've ever seen. 

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12 hours ago, Avatree said:

For anyone in the UK, all these are on Netflix:

 

Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park 2: The Lost World

Ready Player One

The Terminal

Schindler's List

Bridge of Spies

The BFG

Hook

The Adventures of Tintin

 

 

No Spielberg movies on Disney+ or Amazon Prime Video.

To add to this, any subscribers to NOW TV's Cinema pass can find A.I, MunichAlwaysThe Color Purple, and Amistad on there.

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Jaws

Saving Private Ryan

Raiders

Schindler's List

ET

Lincoln

Munich

Jurassia Park.

 

Thing sbout Spielberg is his contributions as a producer and studio head might be as great as his contributions as a director.

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On 10/26/2020 at 4:48 AM, lorddemaxus said:

Just rewatched Ready Player One and the movie deserves more credit, at least on a technical level. Spielberg experiments more with a virtual environment than any film since Avatar combined.

Ready Player One is impressive technically, but it's flaws as far are writing and plot drag it down.

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6 hours ago, lorddemaxus said:

War Horse - Another late Spielberg film that I think gets too much hate from the internet. Rare to see films today so unbashedly uncynical. Somewhat weak act one though.


War Horse made me bawl like a baby. I’m a sucker for horse movies. 

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1. Jurassic Park

2. Minority Report 

3. Jaws

4. A. I. Artificial Intelligence 

5. Raiders of the Lost Ark 

6. Catch Me If You Can

7. E.T 

8. Hook

9. Schindler's List 

10. Amistad 

11. Munich 

12. Saving Private Ryan  

13. Ready Player One

14. Bridge of Spies 

15. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

16. The Terminal 

17. War Horse 

18. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

19. The BFG 

20. Close Encounters of the Third Kind 

21. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade  

22. The Lost World: Jurassic Park

23. The Adventures of Tintin 

24. The Post 

25. War of the Worlds

 

still to watch:

 

1941

Lincoln 

Empire of the Sun 

Duel

Always  

The Sugarland Express

The Color Purple

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Munich - Spielberg even at his most subdued, continues to show off. Contains some of the most precise camerawork in his career. The way Spielberg moves through different perspectives through his zooms and dolly-shots is just impeccable. Some very subdued work from Williams too.

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