Stalingrad
Stalingrad

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A depiction of the brutal battle of Stalingrad, the Third Reich's 'high water mark', as seen through the eyes of German officer Hans von Witzland and his battalion. Written by Dawn M.... (Full plot summary below)

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A depiction of the brutal battle of Stalingrad, the Third Reich's 'high water mark', as seen through the eyes of German officer Hans von Witzland and his battalion. Written by Dawn M.

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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.
RogerEbert.com - 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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