I haven't seen Schindler List in a long while. One scene that sticks with me is the tight shot of the black locomotive spewing black smoke and ash as it enters the camp. I felt it represented Evil incarnate. Black Hawk Down is hellishly great movie making. I have it on Blu Ray. I have watched it several times and it is no less intense with each viewing. All Quiet on the Western Front. A more "anti-war" film than even Paths of glory. Or Gallipoli. It was one of the early "talkies" and hugely ambitious and effective. It's ending will haunt you for a good long while. There's a reason I store war films between horror and science fiction.