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“1917” co-writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns@WeWriteAtDawn ) grew up on war movies. She shared her top five with #AFrame : Saving Private Ryan The Dirty Dozen The Great Escape The Thin Red Line Paths of Glory

I thought I was watching CNBC but it turned out to be the opening scene of "Saving Private Ryan."

Top Five Tom Hanks movies” 5. Saving Private Ryan 4. Apollo 13 3. Big 2. A League of Their Own 1. CAST-A-FUCKIN-WAY

A list of the greatest war movies ever made, from Saving Private Ryan to #1917Movie 

"The encounters are treacherous and the gunfire is so loud that you’re never in danger of dozing off." Our review of '1917' -- "the best war movie since 'Saving Private Ryan'"

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25 most embarrassing #Oscar  moments: from 'We Saw Your Boobs' to the Saving Private Ryan dance

My assessment of @1917  is that it was awesome. Such a cool looking movie. And while it does owe a little debt to Saving Private Ryan poor wise. I didn’t look at my cell phone once. Which means it held my attention throughout. A rating.

Tom Hanks: His 10 greatest films ranked, from Saving Private Ryan to Big.

A list of the greatest war movies ever made, from Saving Private Ryan to #1917Movie 

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From 'Saving Private Ryan' to 'Apocalypse Now,' here's a look back at our favorite memorable moments in military films. What's your favorite?

The first reactions to the upcoming WWI film, 1917 are tremendously positive, with some viewers calling it "the best war film since Saving Private Ryan."

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watching saving private ryan, happy 4th of July

“Saving Private Ryan” will return to more than 600 theaters in the U.S. for the 75th anniversary of the June 6 D-Day landing

Hollywood is nuts. And for about half the country, with the exception of a small number of movies (Saving Private Ryan, Forest Gump) it stopped playing a meaningful role in our lives a couple decades ago.

“Who do you think the bad guys were in Saving Private Ryan” might a good debate question for 2020.

I can watch Saving Private Ryan over and over and over, it never gets old.

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