Enemy At The Gates

Enemy At The Gates

Enemy at the Gates is a war film from Jean-Jacques Annaud from 2001 that takes place during the battle of Stalingard in World War II between the Russians and the Germans.

A Russian sniper and a German sniper play a game of cat-and-mouse during the Battle of Stalingrad. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Enemy At The Gates torrent reviews

Kavian U (fr) wrote: Strong performances in an interesting movie suffering from a lackluster climax.

Camille L (es) wrote: Il semblerait qu'Enferms Dehors soit un de ces films qui partagent leurs spectateurs entre l'adoration et le dgot. Facile de comprendre pourquoi certains n'aiment pas le troisime film d'Albert Dupontel tant celui-ci est hystrique, bruyant, boursoufl de gags loups et surtout totalement vide de tout ce qui faisaient de Bernie et Le Crateur des films sympathiques. On reste sur du slapstick reintant cause de choix de plans particulirement vomitifs alors que Dupontel n'a rellement aucune scne o il doit s'expliquer avec des gens qui ne le comprennent pas, ce qui est tout de mme ce qu'il fait le mieux. Alors bien sr, Nicolas Mari est encore une fois franchement drle, mais il doit composer avec Claude Perron, Hlne Vincent et surtout Yolande Moreau qui a rarement t aussi agaante. C'tait trop dur pour cette fois. Interminable et pathtique, Enferms Dehors n'est clairement pas au niveau du reste de la filmographie d'Albert Dupontel.

Jonathan C (au) wrote: Pure, out of this world, fun. Watch this every October as Halloween approaches. Set against the backdrop of the old War of the Worlds broadcast from the Mercury Theatre with Orson Welles, the adventures of these inept invaders will leave you laughing each time you watch it.

tp b (nl) wrote: Just for sentimental reasons :)

Jocey D (fr) wrote: It's complicated and sleazy, as is expected from the high and mighty of NYC. Lies, fraud, double crosses and in the end the bad guys still win.

Gavin S (ru) wrote: The Director's Cut takes the Original and the Special Edition and fuses them together into a hybrid which is the film that Spielberg wants people to see. He tells us in a short interview that he never wanted to show the inside of the spaceship, yet was pressured to by the studio (can you imagine a studio telling Spielberg what to do?? My how time changes.) in exchange for more $$ to shoot some extra things he wanted to add (the ship in the desert particularly, and the shadow of the UFO over the truck on the road).

Eric H (br) wrote: The Sunset Limited shows how two opposites are used to create a complete balance of life. In the same way that there needs to be depression to realize happiness. Black and white, performed exceptionally well by the acting talents of Samuel L. Jackson and Tommy Lee Jones, form the harmonious balance that is our life.

Dann M (mx) wrote: "It's asking for the taking..." From director Mike Nichols comes the satirical office comedy Working Girl. When a skiing accident hospitalizes her boss, ambitious secretary Tess McGill takes her shot at the big time by posing as a broker in order to put together a business deal that her boss had tried to steal from her. Unfortunately the script is rather weak and unfocused, unsure of what kind of comedy it wants to be; romantic, fish-out-of water, etc. Yet enough of it works to make the film entertaining, and the performance by Melanie Griffith, Harrison Ford, and Sigourney Weaver are especially good. Additionally, Carly Simon provides an excellent soundtrack that's quite soulful, and includes the pop hit "Let the River Run" (which is a perfect anthem for the lead character). It's a bit uneven, but Working Girl is fun and has a positive message about following one's dreams.