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In a time when competitors were releasing "comedic," derivative coming-of-age films, Empire of the Sun stands out as an epic in the classic David Lean sense--despite confusion or perceived competition with the equally excellent The Last Emperor (also released in 1987, and also a coming-of-age in a similar setting). It is also a remarkable testament to, yes, the human spirit. And despite its disappointing box-office returns, Empire of the Sun helped to further establish Spielberg as more than a commercial director and set the standard, tone, and look for future efforts Schindler's List and Saving Private Ryan. --N.F. Mendoza --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
loved it when it came out. just needed to upgrade from vhs to dvdPublished 6 months ago by toymaker
It took years of me trying to find this film, i could never remember the name but i loved it since the first time i watched it.Published 6 months ago by M. Legare
I was disappointed because it does not work on my DVD player, so it was a waste of money Sorry.Published 12 months ago by Anne Garforth
Great movie and based on true facts which adds to the enjoyment of it. The young Christian Bale played a great starring role and one can appreciate why he turned out to be such a... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Doyle Bray