Saving Private Ryan (3/7) Movie CLIP – That’s My Mission (1998) HD

Saving Private Ryan (3/7) Movie CLIP – That’s My Mission (1998) HD


Mike? What’s the pool on me up to right now? What’s it up to? What is it three hundred
dollars — is that it? Three hundred? I’m a school teacher. I teach English Composition in this little town called
Addley, Pennsylvania. The last eleven years, I’ve been at Thomas Alva Edison High School. I was coach of
the baseball team in the spring time. I’ll be doggone. Back home when I tell people what I do for a living, they think, well, that, that figures. But
over here its a big, a big mystery. So I guess I’ve changed some. Sometimes I wonder if I’ve changed so much
my wife is even gonna to recognize me whenever it is I get back to her and how I’ll ever be able to tell her
about days like today. Ryan — I don’t know anything about Ryan. I don’t care. Man means nothin’ to me. It’s just a name. But if– you know– if going to Ramel and finding him so he can go home, if that earns me the right to get back to
my wife — well, then– then that’s my mission. You wanna leave? You wanna go off and fight the war? Alright. Alright, I won’t stop you. I’ll even put in the
paperwork. I just know that every man I kill the farther away from home I feel.

100 thoughts on “Saving Private Ryan (3/7) Movie CLIP – That’s My Mission (1998) HD

  1. Guess it gives new scope of 'hero' that's different sort from hero like John Basilone. That what makes Saving Private Ryan a good movie I think.

  2. "With every man I kill, the farther from home I feel." That line has always stayed with me. I know not everyone likes this film, and that's okay, but for me, it's one of the greatest pieces of cinema I've ever seen or will ever see.

  3. I thought it was weird how the Americans get so pissed off and start beating the shit out of the German soldier. Considering the Americans attack the German position and the Germans were defending themselves.

  4. You insulted him, what did you expect? Him do nothing? They beat him because he was a Nazi, I don't know if you heard this but Nazi's killed a fucking lot of people. You insult him, then you get the troll, don't whine dipshit.

  5. Ive seen this movie many times. The first 4 times I watched this movie I was like yeah kick that NAZIs ass. But, I watched the movie a few times recently and I started to realize that what the Americans do hear is wrong. I aint saying the NAZIs killing Jews isnt fubar. I was thinking how the Americans attaack the German position and they lose a man. What did they expect the german soldiers not to defend theirselves.

  6. Right I know. but the Germans were defending their position. The Americans attacked the Germans. And Im sure Americans soldiers killed german medics.

  7. well, the Academy loves "academic" movies, so Shakespeare in Love got the prize. There were tons of movies got robbed when it comes to Best Picture award, just check Brokeback

  8. How long is this movie? Ive seen most of it I think, I started watching around the part where theres a sniper in a tower or something

  9. tom hanks in this scene is so powerful u can feel the emotion and how much he misses to be home what an amazing film

  10. What is it about present day America that we feel we can't have a draft and muster a civilian population to a just war as was done in WW2,Korea,Vietnam?

    I keep thinking of Eisenhower's warning "Beware the military industrial complex"

    That fom the only second(Washington being first) five star general in the history of the United States…and NOT a bleeding heart liberal.

    We spend so damn much on the military, for wars without end. And for what?

  11. 10:07 AM 3/28/2014

    … who gives a shit what Cpt. Miller use to do.  He made it that far for a draft to take part in WW2.  A school teacher in 2nd Ranger battalion as a CO and picked a certain group of men to go on an assignment that pretty much came from OSS (CIA now).

    Im sitting here playing NTW.  No one knows the history book right in usa.  These people are lost in their own drama with the media selling all kinds of shit and new stuff coming out.

    I just crossed the British Channel.  Yes I hear these people talking.

  12. I remember when watching this movie in theatres before this scene, that Miller would make a good teacher.

  13. Anyone got a link to the scene where he's in the church talking about how he sent a whole bunch men to imminent death in order save many more?  And how he says this 'Ryan' better be worth it, because he "wouldn't trade 1 Caparzo for a 100 Ryans" or something like that. 

    Everyone uploads the most patriotic parts of this movie, but no one wants to show the horror of leading men into a deadly combat situation where you know they're going to die.

  14. This is one of my favourite war films but I think the howl premise of the film is a bit dumb. Like why would a howl squadron of soldiers go looking for one man .I find it highly unlikely that theses man would risk there lives to save one little boy even though thousand of people are dying I find it highly unlikely but a good film non the less

  15. Look at how brilliantly shot this was set up… as the group is brought back together and Miller has re-established harmony, the horizontal line is created at the 1:38 mark… film symbolic harmony… dig it.

  16. la mejor película de soldados que he visto
    muy bien hecha excelente historia buenos actores
    y un final triste como me gustan a mi los finales.

  17. Vote for Saving Private Ryan as the greatest war movie of all time!
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  18. Vote for Saving Private Ryan vs Full Metal Jacket during military movie madness on the military times website

  19. 1:50 PM 10/15/2015Its just a movie.  All the guys in the company couldn't figure out what their badass CO was like in civilian world?  HES A SCHOOL TEACHER FROM A SMALL AMERICAN TOWN.  Hes not into military one bit (draft).  Hes probably a jock type too and likes to coach little league sports.  Hes in 2nd Battalion 75th Rangers.  LIKE I SAID ITS JUST A MOVIE.  Hes not into the military or deploying around the world fighting wars.

  20. "Whats the pool on me up to right now, Wha Wha What its up toWhat is it..$300, is that it 300…Im a school teacher……" I love the way his speech pattern and tempo delivers that line that only Hanks can do that way. Classic Tom Hanks! I remember watching this opening weekend with some buddies and that line always stands out for some reason.

  21. Hanks is in my mind. If you want to see Hanks' head superimposed on an alien coming out of someone's stomach, check out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ph8VzBem9fQ&list=PL8M7DeIj-bMBJpstbc3ZjEH9-wZJEK1Tv&index=5
    yep.

  22. He had a normal life back home. That's why this scene is so moving because it shows you that even guys like Miller were once normal men but War changed him

  23. I love this scene. I'm a veteran of Bosnia, Kosovo, Iraq, Afghanistan, Africa and the list goes on. One of the most realistic movies about that era I've ever seen. I read the comments from those who say they understand because they experienced the same. Don't try to be someone you aren't because It really hurts those of us who really did. Nuclear Dave

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  25. Me in 2015: "At BronyCon when you tell people that you like My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, they think, well, that figures. But back home its a big, a big mystery."

    I was very much reminded of this scene when I got home from my first BronyCon to what was, at the time, a world of isolation that was hostile to my interests. Whatever part of your life that you're keeping secret, it sucks.

  26. "Every man I kill, the farther away from home I feel." It's so true. Good thing I don't want to go home.

    Source: Am a serial killer.

  27. When he said "How I'll ever be able to tell her about days like today." That right there spoke for every WWII Vet because we all always wondered what was wrong with them when they were a little more quieter than usual on some days…

  28. I first watched Private Ryan, and then The Green Mile. And I just just found out the blonde guy in ryan (the sharpshooter) Is also a guard in The Green Mile. So Tom Hanks and this guy met before. never knew that until now

  29. Fun Fact: Miller’s speech was much longer in the original script with him going into more detail about his home life. But Tom Hanks felt that his character wouldn't have said so much about himself, and he told director Steven Spielberg so. Spielberg agreed, and the speech was shortened.

  30. This was a powerful and memorable scene that was beautifully acted by Tom Hanks!

    It is meant to represent the “citizen soldier” image that we have of World War II, and although this was not always the case, there were millions who Americans who, like Captain Miller, left their civilian lives to serve their country.

    For what it does, it is a memorable scene from “Saving Private Ryan.”

    Mahalo (Thank You) for sharing this scene. 🤙🏼

  31. Mr. Firesteen …. My seventh grade history teacher…Lewis Fox Middle school…corner of Albany& Blue Hills Ave. Hartford, Conn. '77 '78😖… WWII Veteran🇺🇸RIP🇺🇸✌

  32. This scene, this scene is the best scene of the movie and the one that people don't appreciate. The squad has just lost two members, two guys I have been with them for a while all because they are on a stupid mission to save one man. Right here his squads about to breakdown, as the captain and leader he tells the truth about himself, the big mystery of his identity. Throughout the war there's been a poll to see who can guess is true backstory before the war because he's such an efficient soldier, in this scene none of them could believe he was a simple school teacher, that is what war has done to him.

  33. Highest-grossing films that starred Tom Hanks:
    1. Toy Story 3
    2. Toy Story 4
    3. The Da Vinci Code
    4. Forrest Gump
    5. Toy Story 2
    6. Angels & Demons
    7. Saving Private Ryan
    8. Cast Away
    9. Toy Story
    10. Apollo 13

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