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  • Genre: Action | War
  • Release Date: 28 February 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 131 min
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  • Rate: 5.3/10 total 3,978 votes 
  • Genre: Action | War
  • Release Date: 28 February 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 131 min
  • Filming Location: St. Stalingrad 2013 Petersburg, Russia
  • Budget: $30,000,000 (estimated)
  • Director: Fedor Bondarchuk
  • Stars: Thomas Kretschmann, Yanina Studilina, Philippe Reinhardt | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Angelo Badalamenti   

Stalingrad (2013) Writing Credits By:

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  • Sergey Snezhkin 
  • Ilya Tilkin 

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  • The house in the movie is based on the legendary Pavlov’s House in Stalingrad and its history. Stalingrad 2013 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Til Schweiger denied a role in the film as he didn’t want to play a Nazi officer. Stalingrad 2013 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
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  • Fedor Bondarchuk, Andrey Smolyakov, and Thomas Kretschmann have already acted in films named Stalingrad: Thomas starred in the German movie Stalingrad (1993), Fedor and Andrey had roles in the Soviet movie Stalingrad (1989). Stalingrad 2013 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Stalingrad (2013) Plot: The Battle of Stalingrad, the turning point of the European Theater of World War II. Stalingrad 2013 Full summary » |  »

Stalingrad (2013) Story: Stalingrad has become hell and paradise for those who were worthy of awards, but the only reward they managed to get was love. Stalingrad 2013 How they won, and how they were not defeated, who they were and who was on the other side of the street, what secret they have taken away with them – the movie will tell this story. Stalingrad 2013 Written byIliya Tilkin

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  • Sergey Melkumov known as producer
  • Alexander Rodnyansky known as producer (as Aleksandr Rodnyanskiy)
  • Dmitriy Rudovskiy known as producer
  • Steve Schklair known as 3D producer

Watch Stalingrad (2013) Free Full Movie Watch Online FullCast & Crew:

  • Thomas Kretschmann known as Hauptmann Kahn
  • Yanina Studilina known as Masha
  • Philippe Reinhardt known as Gottfried Scheumann
  • Mariya Smolnikova known as Katya
  • Heiner Lauterbach
  • Pyotr Fyodorov known as Kapitan Gromov
  • Andrey Smolyakov
  • Dmitriy Lysenkov known as Serzhant Chvanov
  • Aleksey Barabash
  • Georges Devdariani known as Klose
  • Oleg Volku



Supporting Department

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  • Martin Astles known as makeup designer
  • Stephen Bettles known as prosthetic make up artist
  • Joe Colwell known as makeup supervisor
  • Richard Redlefsen known as key prosthetic makeup artist
  • Crystal Ro known as special makeup effects coordinator
  • Todd Tucker known as makeup designer
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  • Chad Washam known as makeup designer




Watch Stalingrad (2013) Free Full Movie Watch Online Production Companies:

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Stalingrad (2013) Distributors:

  • ACME Film (2013) (Estonia) (theatrical)
  • Acme Film (2013) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
  • B&H Film Distribution (2013) (Ukraine) (theatrical)
  • China Film Co. Stalingrad 2013 (2013) (China) (theatrical)
  • Huaxia Film Distribution Company (2013) (China) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Sony Pictures Releasing (WDSSPR) (2013) (Russia) (theatrical)
  • Columbia Pictures (2014) (USA) (all media)



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  • Igor Tretyakov known as visual effects artist: Main Road Post
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MPAA: Rated R for sequences of war violence



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  1. mikhus
    24 Jan 2014, 11:33 pm

    Actually, this film MUST not have its name. There is nothing aboutStalingrad battle… Yes, cute pictures how burned Soviet soldiersattacking German positions and slow-motion hand-to-hand battles looksnice, but that is nothing related to real history of this battle.

    In terms of scale the film does not give the answer at least about onelocal engagement in Stalingrad in WW2, especially if take into accountthat there were a lot of such events. Heroes behaves really strange andillogical sometimes. Very messy scene where commander made hystericabout killed German soldier who came for water. "Even animals do notdevour each other at the watering!" he says. What? Hey, director,haven't you seen "Animal planet"?..

    So the good name for this film is "Saving girl Katya", but not"Stalingrad". It's just a director's fantasies about THE WAR, and howdoes he see it, but there is nothing related to Stalingrad battle atall. Now we can easily change decorations and make film with samemental content named "Berlin" or "Kiev", because we could simplyimagine the same "war story" anywhere. So, why Stalingrad?..

  2. arriva from -
    24 Jan 2014, 11:33 pm

    This is probably the worst movie about the decisive and bloodiestbattle during the course of the second world war – the battle whichactually allowed the Russians (in 1943 Allied forces were nowhere to beseen yet) to stop and reverse the German offensive.

    Is this a movie really about that deafening battle? No, absolutely not,it's a about a group of Russian soldiers who fought for some house inthe center of Stalingrad, but they were not fighting for theirmotherland or peace, but for a single surviving woman who inhabitedthat house (other inhabitants of the city lived in basements as thecity was was under constant bombing and it was crammed with snipers).

    The movie is rife with meaningless stupid dialogs, similarlymeaningless voice over (which revealed that the budget was … scarce),actions which defied common sense and any logic, especially the laws ofwar.

    For reasons which are beyond any logic, the movie tries hard tovindicate the Germans, to show them as people who are similar to theRussians, even though the former started the bloodiest war in thehistory of mankind, and the latter were its victims. Who cares that theGermans employed genocide and ethnic purges? This movie is above that.

    In short almost everything that is shown about the war is eitherabsurd, grotesque, factually wrong or egregious.

    The CGI in the movie is excellent, and that's its only redeemingquality. The script is awful, the acting is pretentious, and theportrayal of the war is beyond anything you've ever known.

  3. scorpion22-1 from Bulgaria
    24 Jan 2014, 11:33 pm

    I liked the movie! It shows ordinary people that became heroes withinextraordinary circumstances. The battle scenes are astonishing andprofessionally shot. I watched many documentaries about Stalingraddefense and even the German veterans admitted that the Russian soldierscrashed them in combats. Kretschmann was perfect in his decadent rolealso. Movies about Russian heroic resistance could be made only byRussians themselves. As a total I don't think that this movie deservesworse rating than "Saving private Ryan" or "Enemy at the gates". Infact, the movie shows the Russian perception of the war. Some couldfind it propaganda, but having experienced in documentary literatureand movies about Stalingrad siege and defense, for me the movie showsthe real status of the war with modern cinema weapons!

  4. s-agafonov91 from Lithuania
    24 Jan 2014, 11:33 pm

    Oh dear, I expected to see some war actions like how the city wasattacked on first days, more changes of battle place, more focused ontime line of the greatest Stalingrad events. More passion in peacefulmoments or some cross-story in nowadays would make this film even moredramatic. But this movie disappointed me. And this is why.

    This is a Russian film, so expect to see much of unnecessary talks andquite a bit shots that tells you nothing at all. Russian acting isRussian acting – nothing new in this case, except actors from abroad.So you have to deal with this funny and sometimes even irritatingacting.

    The Story. Well, movie starts from very strange actions in Japan andends like that, too. I didn't feel necessity of these Intros andOutros. Main action starts somewhere in the middle of the battle in thecity of Stalingrad. Ban, bang, bang. Some awesome burning shots andthen boom – action went away. And from there a love and revenge takesplace. No big tragedies of starving or cold. I really missed thereality of Stalingrad. Instead you're given audioflashbacks/flash-forwards of main characters told by narrator. Blah,blah, blah. For what? Is it supposed to be documentary? I barely cansay it's a movie about Stalingrad as the whole War Action. More likeabout one place particularly – House of Pavlov, which in my opinion hadtoo be the MAIN TITLE and not Stalingrad. But then you may think moredeeply – as it goes around one girl – maybe it could be „Saving civilKatya" :) ? Oh, by the way, you get even two love stories in thismovie, but none contains a lap-dance or passion, so it ruins theromantic side of the movie. The whole war strategy is a real mess hereon both sides. I couldn't get it. It's not realistic to me somehow.

    Characters. Well, their actions are mostly illogical as they fight forthe love. They get outside without any commands given. Walking like abosses in their own yard. Killing comrade from OTHER division for histhoughts about taking some action instead of sitting was also verystrange behavior as it would get the killer to war court. And reactionof those folks after this non-sense just killed me. It was sounrealistic. There were other problems with logic in dialogs, too.

    Technical side of the movie is done very very well. CGI effects andbackground are brilliant and I really enjoyed some of the action liketanks and mines scenes, but it lacks of really fast intense actionscenes of soldier fight seen in Band of Brothers, The Pacific etc.Scenes that thrills you and makes you say – „Oh, man. War is a such aterrible thing". Slow-mo scenes were… they were nice to see, butthere was way too much of it. And not in particular scenes, in whichslow-mo would really make you to feel for the character. Like the mainhero is looking around and feels confused, scared in slow-mo. No, youwon't get it here. Audio quality is outstanding, BUT as always and thisdrives me crazy as hell – some dialogs are very quiet (mainlyproblematic for Russian people).

  5. klukvindom from Uae
    24 Jan 2014, 11:33 pm

    Admire the ambition, but this version of Bondarchuk fails to back upits camera work, special effects and editing with enough of substanceto anchor the spectator.

    Cant say i was convinced with the plot or the dialogs, neither myfeelings were really touched. Thomas Kretschmann actually is the onlyone who's character seems to be convincing. Great actor who saved thisfilm…

    Descent piece of work, but not anything i would choose to watch onemore time. Would have expected Fedor Bondarchuk to come up withsomething much more substantial, taking into consideration the topic…

  6. Paul Papadopoulos from Athens Greece
    24 Jan 2014, 11:33 pm

    Excellent, rather similar to 'Enemy at the Gates' but more believable -except for the kamikaze Soviet troops charging the Germans whilecompletely ablaze, surely is a more folkloric event then a truthfulone. Otherwise, 'Stalingrad' is a more convincing work , though perhapsless entertaining and more shocking, than 'Enemy at the Gates' whosetheme was "Shoot Ed Harris the Nazi Sniper" whereas the 'Stalingrad'theme is "hold the building at any cost to stall Nazi advance".

    'Stalingrad' is also more realistic because the audio is in Russian andGerman rather than an odd mixture of Brooklyn and Home CountiesEnglish. The same war-damaged Fountain of Youth Dancing around acrocodile (the Barmaley fountain) appears for the battle site in 'Enemyat the Gates' as well. I was interested to notice in a TV video clip ofthe recent Volgograd( Stalingrad) railway terminal bombing that therestored fountain appeared. 'Stalingrad' has a non-Hollywood ending,high quality graphics and computerization, and a good musical track.The cast is excellent and the script focuses as much on people on bothsides as on action. It has many more horrific scenes than in 'Enemy atthe Gates'. Thus, it is not for the faint hearted (worst the part wherepeople are burnt alive in a bus by the Nazi with appalling screams andimages). An advantage for foreigners like myself is the provision ofclear but unobtrusive English sub-titles and thankfully no dubbing,although the translation is a bit odd at times. Both movies are rated Rand last about 130 minutes, although the 'Stalingrad' movie creditsseem to go on for ever.

  7. Fenia Goudi from Greece
    24 Jan 2014, 11:33 pm

    First of all, the movie has brilliant picture. I've never seen anythinglike this before and I was really thrilled as it was my first time!Don't expect to see very good battles, but the scenes, the guns andgenerally everything were just great! I was a little annoyed whensomeone was talking in the German language, a Russian guy wastranslating above their voices, but as I said I was so thrilled fromthe movie that I didn't mind at all. Some people may find itpropagandistic, but I'd say it's just patriotic. I really liked how theactors played. Last but not least, the movie passes a very importantmessage and that makes it even more wonderful.

    To conclude, I can't understand why the movie is so low rated. It's(just so unfair)! I guess a lot of people who have Transformers, IronMan, The Wolverine and movies like these as an example to vote thisone, voted. To me it's a clear 8/10, but just because I'm really angrywith the current rating (5.1), I'm going to give that movie a 10! :)

  8. Naveed Malekafzali from United States
    24 Jan 2014, 11:33 pm

    To preface this, I am not a Russian. I cannot relate to the mainstreamRussian opinions about this film. What follows is an Americanperspective.

    Stalingrad is by far one of the most enjoyable war flicks out theirtoday, but it definitely requires you to turn your brain off.

    The character development is severely biased in favor of the Germans.You will find yourself caring little about the main protagonists untilthe very end, but you will definitely care for the main antagonist, whohappens to be a Nazi. The screenwriters did not drive home thepatriotism this film was obviously meant to propagate.

    The overarching subplot is also unnecessary. The narrator ofteninterjects what would otherwise be powerful scenes with informationthat we could easily watch the film without. It doesn't help that thenarrator's voice drones like Ben Stein would.

    Now that the bad aspects are out of the way, I'd like to focus on thegood ones.

    The acting among the top billers is definitely A-Grade. Verybelievable, very powerful. Kretschmann and Fyodorov deliver greatperformances in their respective roles, Kretschmann especially.

    The screen writing, although subpar in many places, manages to delivergreatly at the most important aspects. Kahn's inner conflict, althoughflawed, is sympathetic and the final exchange between soldiers at theending siege is exceptionally powerful.

    The visuals are by far the most exceptional aspect of this entire film.Incredibly beautiful, cinematic, and stylized, the $30 million budgetthis film was made on spent its money well. The fight scenes arechoreographed amazingly and are extremely memorable. The CGI isrealistic. The battles are glorified in the style that 300 was laudedfor.

    All in all, this film has its faults, but makes up for them for themost part in the end. From a foreigner's perspective I give this an 8out of 10.

  9. markvanwasbeek from Netherlands
    24 Jan 2014, 11:33 pm

    I've seen this film last weekend and I was pleasantly surprised.

    Honestly I've never seen a Russian film, so I can not compare it to anyother Russian productions.

    Stalingrad is of course a movie about the most brutal city combat theworld has seen to date, but from a Russian perspective (unlike the 1993film which was German, and Enemy at the Gates)

    First of all, the setting looks plain AWESOME. Considering there wasonly a 30 million dollar budget it really, really looks top-notch!Furthermore I found the pacing quite good (yet sometimes it drags on alittle bit, but not so much that you will get bored very soon). Theacting was good, with special credits to Thomas Kretschmann and YaninaStudilina. Their story was believable and human. I will also credit theother lesser known Russian actors who played their part quite good.

    What I disliked is the sometimes unbelievable courage and patriotism inthis flick.


    I mean come on: Soldiers burning alive, but still manage to overrun theGerman positions shooting at everything. The well equipped army on theRussian side, whilst they in fact had serious problems with theirsupply chain at that time of the war.


    This patriotism was to be expected of course, because Russians see thisas their greatest victory (and in fact it was a turning point in thewar). It is however less disturbing than a general Hollywood movie, sodon't let this scare you off!

    In general I would say it is a decent war movie, of which there are sofew lately. If you like this kind of genre, it is definitelyrecommended.


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