Saving Private Ryan – Tamara’s Never Seen

Considered one of Spielberg’s best movies, Tamara finally watches the epic war movie, Saving Private Ryan.

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  1. Yep. Just like practically every Tamara’s Never Seen comment I make, I’ve never seen this movie either. Then again, I could barely handle that Kingsman movie. I felt sick. Also, (SPOILER?) TOM HANKS DIES?! WHAT? O.O

  2. Silly newbie question: how many “Tamara’s Never Seen” video are about movies that, legitimately, Tamara had never previously seen?

  3. Saving Private Ryan is very a good movie and love it.But it a movie you can only watch ones as it so dark i can not go back and watch again.It the same for Grave of the Fireflies I don’t not cry in that movie when that characters die.no it was the cardboard boxes that got me to cry in the end of movie.

  4. I don’t think you’re a war expert, much less a World War II expert all over the world from 1939 to 1945.

  5. There are some things in this God’s good world that is not meant for female eyes, just because you’re a Tomboy (who may or may not be) doesn’t mean you’re not still a real woman inside, so be a female because this is a purely red-blooded, purely straight, man’s movie from Steven Spielberg. Watch some more movies where us Soviet Russians duking out or battling against Nazi German invaders upon our Motherland, or at least watch them too alongside American or British armed forces sides against Italian or Japanese as well German ones and Holocaust films if you dare. And yes long movies are very long (like The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 200 minutes) and modern ones have no musical overtures and entr’actes like the ones even non-musical ones from the 1960’s. Anyway look into Enemy At The Gates (2001 Paramount Pictures, Directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud) and Stalingrad (2013 Art Pictures Studio and Non-Stop Production in the Russian Federation and Sony/Columbia Pictures Directed by Fedor Bondarchuk). Also learn some Russian and German, but mostly Russian. Also look into 1970’s Patton and 1969’s Battle of Britain and 1965’s Battle of the Bulge to see what I mean. I’m sure you’ve seen Michael Bay’s Pearl Harbor (2001) right?

  6. I’m pretty sure I’ve never seen this movie either. I don’t particularly want to; war movies aren’t my thing.

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