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Enemy At The Gates

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A Russian sniper and a German sniper play a game of cat-and-mouse during the Battle of Stalingrad.
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While it does have some solid moments of action, the film as a whole is laughable.
May 18, 2009
Time Out
Set-pieces get you so far (and Annaud delights in blowing this set to pieces), but the script's shortcomings aren't camouflaged by the decision to adopt Home Counties' accents as the film's lingua franca.
January 26, 2006
Old School Reviews
more character development and depth would vastly improve this
March 04, 2011
USA Today
The story hits and misses for more than two hours following its opening artillery bloodbath.
March 16, 2001
7M Pictures
it could have held back on the parts featuring boredom because they did tend to drag the suspense down a bit
January 09, 2010
Sacramento News & Review
There's a decent movie buried in here somewhere, but the lousy love triangle and ultimate lack of focus make this WWII drama a bit hard to take.
August 07, 2008
Enemy at the Gates won't find too many friends at the box office -- fans of war movies (and of Jude Law) will appreciate it, but there isn't much for everyone else in this mid-March downer.
November 20, 2008
Chicago Reader
There's never much risk of reality intruding--just a lot of histrionic James Horner music nd plenty of designer stubble on the soldiers' faces.
February 09, 2007
New York Magazine/Vulture
It's as if an obsessed movie nut had decided to collect every bad war-movie convention on one computer and program it to spit out a script.
September 26, 2002
Village Voice
Hackneyed material.
March 27, 2001