Research Log – Steven Speilberg – Film Reviews

Source: IMDb

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Short description: A list of all of Speilberg’s directed films, ratings, and the reviews of his most loved films.

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A list of all of Speilberg’s directed films, and the ratings:

Firelight: 6.0

The Sugarland Express: 6.8

Jaws: 8.0

Close Encounters of the Third Kind: 7.7

1941: 5.9

Raiders of the Lost Ark: 8.5

E.T: the Extra-Terrestrial: 7.9

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom: 7.6

The Colour Purple: 7.8

Empire of the Sun: 7.8

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: 8.3

Always: 6.4

Hook: 6.7

Jurassic Park: 8.1

Schindler’s List: 8.9

The Lost World: Jurassic Park: 6.5

Amistad: 7.2

Saving Private Ryan: 8.6

A.I Artificial Intelligence: 7.1

Minority Report: 7.7

Catch Me if You Can: 8.0

The Terminal: 7.3

War of the Worlds: 6.5

Munich: 7.6

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull: 6.2

The Adventures of Tintin: 7.4

War Horse: 7.2

Lincoln: 7.4

The Bridge of Spies: 7.6

The BFG: 6.4

From this we can see that Speilberg’s highest rated and most loved directed films are Schindler’s List, Saving Private Ryan, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jurassic Park, Jaws and Catch Me if You Can.

The top review for Speilberg’s most loved film, Schindler’s List is:

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The top review for Speilberg’s second best loved film, Saving Private Ryan is:

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The top review for Speilberg’s third best loved film, Raiders of the Lost Ark is:

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The top review for Speilberg’s fourth best loved film, Jurassic Park is:

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The top review for Speilberg’s fifth best loved film, Jaws is:

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The top review for Speilberg’s sixth best loved film Catch Me if You Can is:

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