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The story follows a group of German soldiers, from their Italian R&R in the summer of 1942 to the frozen steppes of Soviet Russia and ending with the battle for Stalingrad.... (Full plot summary below)

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The story follows a group of German soldiers, from their Italian R&R in the summer of 1942 to the frozen steppes of Soviet Russia and ending with the battle for Stalingrad.

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San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Mick LaSalle After a devastating opening, the movie gets sluggish here and there, but it remains interesting throughout, not just culturally, but as a piece of drama.
The Hollywood Reporter - 7/10 by Deborah Young It is a strange cross-breed between an old-fashioned WWII epic full of genre cliches and a modern update whose meticulous historical recreation is frighteningly real.
Entertainment Weekly - 7/10 by Chris Nashawaty Stalingrad is a 3-D epic that's one-dimensional.
Village Voice - 7/10 by Stephanie Zacharek Lush with feeling that could easily be mistaken for sentimentality, Stalingrad is more like a 19th-century novel than a 21st-century blockbuster. It's theatrical and intense, sometimes in an overbearing way, but it's never boring.
Los Angeles Times - 6/10 by Robert Abele Though plenty of road-tested war truths about sacrifice, honor, grit and intimacy get trotted out, "Stalingrad" is deep down a spectacle campaign forged in operatic violence and a siege of the senses, and on those terms it has its moments.
Total Film - 6/10 by Stephen Kelly A solid enough war flick, but Spielberg doesn’t have too much to worry about yet.
NPR - 6/10 by Mark Jenkins If you're only going to see one film about the Battle of Stalingrad — and there are many — Stalingrad would be the wrong choice. Russian director Fedor Bondarchuk's treatment of the World War II turning point is shallow and contrived, if sometimes impressively staged.
McClatchy-Tribune News Service - 6/10 by Roger Moore In detail and combat spectacle, Stalingrad is hard to beat. And whatever its failings, one can’t help but be curious about a story as connected to national identity as this one, a film that like today’s Russia, feels more Soviet than Russian.
Time Out New York - 6/10 by Joshua Rothkopf Hollywood does this too; truth be told, Russia’s high-tech whitewash goes down smooth like vodka. - 6/10 by Glenn Kenny It's a mixed bag overall — hence my star rating — but it's worth seeing nonetheless, largely because of the explicitly Russian qualities its sustains.
New York Post - 5/10 by Lou Lumenick Unfortunately, as in Bay’s “Pearl Harbor,’’ much of the sometimes draggy 2 1/4 hours is given to clichéd inspirational drama.
The A.V. Club - 5/10 by Jesse Hassenger The film calms down a bit in its second half, leaving more room for Bondarchuk’s striking wartime tableaux, making occasional use of its native 3-D cinematography. (The movie, a massive success in Russia last year, will screen primarily in IMAX 3D venues in the U.S.)

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