Spielberg's most powerful film
Phil from Dublin, 19 Jun 2007
Schindler's List is a long and tough movie to watch. But it pays dividends.
We're all pretty familiar with the story - a German businessman enlists Jews to work in his factory. At first, I believe, as an opportunist, for the Jews are cheap, readily available labour. He does, however, become gradually aware that his factory means the difference between life and death.
And so his 'list' is born. A list of Jews that he requires to 'work' for him. It is, in reality, a list of life and Schindle
Everyone Should See This Film
Les from Dublin, 20 Apr 2008
A second world war film, shot in black and white? Doesn't sound particularly like the sort of thing you can become involved in - that is until you start to watch it, and realise that it's not a fictional story at all but a documentary. If you can watch it to the end without getting at least a lump in your throat, then you don't comprehend humanity, because that's what it's about. If you've never seen this film before - then you'd better have a good reason!
Colin from Dublin, 20 Feb 2011
Eye opening account of the second world war. Liam Neeson excells in the lead role, excellent film.