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Saving Private Ryan The introduction of this movie starts with a fast-forward of the events to come An elderly man steps into a graveyard this gravesite is dedicated to the soldiers who have died at or have started their missions on Omaha beach in Normandy France The elderly man walking through an endless amount of white crosses comes to a certain grave and falls to his knees and starts weeping the elderly mans son comes to aid his father in his time of grief The man looks up at his son and all you can see is his eyes fixed slowly moving towards his eyes the movie transports into one of the best war movies ever made It is June 6 1944 The location is Omaha beach the American army is set to land there to start their missions led by Captain John MillerTom Hanks The scene starts out as an army of Americans are sailing on landing ships ready to get dropped off on the shores of France some of the men are praying some are vomiting because of sea sickness or fear The first man steps on the beach and shots are fired rapidly nothing happens at first a split second later you see the same man getting shot in the forehead as fast as the men are stepping off of the boats they are dying some men drown in the water jumping off their boats so they wont be shot men are being shot and blown up portrayed very graphically and realistically Captain John Miller trying to survive on his own makes it to the checkpoint he gathers some of his men Eventually they will overcome the Germans at Omaha beach and secure the area After seeing an endless amount of dead bodies on the beach with waves of blood breaking on some of the bodies your eyes get fixed on a backpack which has the name Ryan written on its
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