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The film depicts an emotional affair on the fiery battle at Stalingrad. When the German Army march and gain the other side of Volga River, the Red Army are ordered to withdraw. However, a small group of six soldiers seek to stay and hide at the house of a woman who is Masha. The tenacious struggle to the Nazi army begins from here and they determines to protect Masha to the end.
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Globe and Mail
Overall, Stalingrad is a bizarre concoction, part Putin-era patriotic chest-thumping and part creaky war melodrama, all set in a superbly recreated ruined city.
February 28, 2014
Q Network Film Desk
while the narrative encourages a sense of philosophical reflection about the horrors of war, the film's video-game-inspired look constantly puts us at a distance by overly aestheticizing the violence with extreme slow motion and bullet time effects
June 04, 2014
New York Magazine/Vulture
If you thought Saving Private Ryan needed to be more like 300, then Stalingrad is the movie for you.
February 28, 2014
Philadelphia Inquirer
Stalingrad is long and operatic, but its message is simple enough: War is hell, but hell, it makes for good cinema.
February 28, 2014
Newark Star-Ledger
To wave a flag, sing a song and celebrate it as the uncomplicated and inevitable victory of good over evil is the sort of easy message only an old propagandist - or a president for life - could really cheer.
February 28, 2014
Examiner.com
Stalingrad is a film that is completely lacking in substance, not only on the basic storytelling level, but also on the human level.
May 22, 2014
Screen-Space
Fedor Bondarchuk's bloody battle epic celebrates the excesses of war cinema far more effectively than it does the heroism of his countrymen.
November 06, 2014
AV Club
Too often does [Bondarchuk] goad his characters to brim over with righteous bloodlust-and, despite the occasional obligatory misgiving about the barbarism of war, goads the audience to lust right along with them.
February 28, 2014
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