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    Default Stalingrad

    I like this movie a lot because most of the movies are on the allies perspective, this movie is kind of refreshing. Plus because german is on the evil side, it is good because you dont know the director would choose a good ending or bad ending for the german, which makes the story unpredictable. Although it is only a 20 million dollars budget, they manage to have good sound and video effect, especially the tank fight and the war in the beginning scene is just perfect and exactly what i want. the only flaw is the ending, it seems to be a little strange

    in the total of five stars, i give it 4 stars out of 5 stars
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    Im not going to vote coz i havent seen it all but the parts I did see looked really good. So if i were going to I would at least give it "Its okay"

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    I liked it. Long but good.

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    I loved this (need to get it on DVD).

    Some of those action scenes are really chaotic and quite confronting. It seems accurate enough (to my own perception of course).

    With regards to the ending, it left me with a "What the..?" as well. But in hindsight, I reckon it resembles the haziness of Apocalypse Now's ending.

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    I loved this movie.

    A fantastic look at life on the other side and the whole futile buisness of war. The ending is perfect too, very downbeat and definately not rosy.

    Three thumbs up....

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    A worthwhile movie from a different point of view.

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    is this the 1993 movie you've been talking about?

    Its just an OK movie to me. I felt the characterization was too sterotypical and boring, with average acting. The action scenes are a bit dated, and the villian is incredible stereotypical. However, the movie depicts the chaos that erruptted among the 6th army as the high command pulled out with the officers and specialists (sturmpioneer combat enjineers) and left the regular line infantry to die.

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    @Hosenfield

    The 2nd half is filled with too much German self-angst. Self-guilt and self-hate is all too much prevalent. But still, it is an excellent movie.

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    I saw this movie about 2 years ago and I liked it as well. The thing about this movie that really made it awesome was that you saw the Germans point of view. Despite what a lot of people thought about the Germans, most Germans werent evil war mongers that wanted to rape and pilage. Most wanted to just get the invasion of the USSR overwith as fast as they can and then go back home. They were just doing their jobs like every soldier is supposed to. The Wehrmatch Army were however fanatical war mongers, but thats a different story altogether. :P Anyhow back to the movie, it was done very well, and I loved it. Ive been meaning to get my hands on a copy of Das Boot, which was made by the same people that made Stalingrad.

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    I think you mean elements of the W-SS were fanatical? Most German soldiers were part of the Wehrmacht.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt Panzer Meyer
    I think you mean elements of the W-SS were fanatical? Most German soldiers were part of the Wehrmacht.
    I always thought that there was the regular German Army and then there was the Wehrmacht Army..........kind of like the regular U.S. Army and the U.S.M.C. If im mistaken then Ill slap myself on the wrist for being incompetent in WWII knowledge. Anyhow Stalingrad was a great movie. :P

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    wrong. the Wehrmacht of World War 2 was comprised of the army (das Heer), the navy (die Kriegsmarine), the air force (die Luftwaffe).

    The german army (heer) and the Waffen-SS(technically not part of the Wermarct) were ground forces.

    The Waffen-SS is probably what you are thinking about. They were slightly better then Heer in average combat ability and have very excellent elite units mixed in with above average and below average units.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FW-190 Pilot
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPQ9iOzXn9k&search=ww2

    preview of stalingrad
    Dam I must get this dvd!


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