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Enemy at the Gates

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Exciting Fighting

    In the worst theater war imaginable between the Soviets and the Nazis, there also happens to be lust, jealousy, love and several other modicums of the human experience. Who knew that could happen in a Communist paradise? I loved the subplot fight of wits between Jude Law and Ed Harris. Ed Harris was deceivingly complex, as I have come to expect.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ENTERTAING STRAIGHT FROM THE START

    This movie had me hooked by the first five minutes of it. The action in this movie is very exciting and Jude Law is just awesome. The only reason I gave this movie 4 stars is because it's not the best war movie out there just simply because there was some boring parts in it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2003

    Good Entertainment, realistic storyline

    Wholesome entertainment as you get grasped into the horrors of the second world war manifested in Stalingrad. The portrayal of the soviet ace sniper(played by Jude Law), who is young and well groomed by his father is good. But probably the most matured character in the movie is played by Ed Harris, the character of a crack nazi marksman, cold and calculating, and constantly trying to assess the strategy of his opponent. The movie provides a good clash of two thinking minds each trying to outwit the other. But the gravity of the movie tends to get light when a love triangle between three soviet soldiers emerges. Its a redundant and meaningless episode in an otherwise intense movie. It could have done without the passion and desire of Rachael Weisz coming into prominence.But as a whole, the movie is worth watching and is an excellent portrayal of the absolute cut-throat life of a soviet sniper of the times of second world war.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Another one for your collection

    Whether you know the story or not this is a great movie to own. For those that don't know the story line the movie beings in Russia during WWII at the battle of Stalingrad, the movie's main focus is a premier Russian sniper. The conflict begins when the Germans send in their own special sniper. Throughout the movie the two snipers come into many confrontations eventually leading to a final showdown. This is a very dramatic movie filled with lot's, and I mean lots, of action. If you enjoy action movies having to do with WWII or any war for that matter this is the movie for you. This is definaly one for your collection.

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