Schindler's List Movie Review
Little can be said about Schindler's List that people do not already know - that it is one of the most stunning movies ever made. Stephen Spielberg's masterpiece will forever be remembered as one of the greatest stories ever told.
There isn't a flaw in the entire movie. The symbolism of Spielberg's use of color (or lack thereof) is perfect. The camerawork - much of which comes from handheld devices - is perfect. The script is perfect. The acting from all involved, especially the stars Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Kinglsey, is sensational.
Again, little can be said about such a movie. What is it to analyze something that is as close to perfect as any movie can be?
Review by Erik Samdahl unless otherwise indicated.