March of millions

March of millions

In 1944 many Germans in Eastern Prussia believed like Lena von Mahlenberg, daughter of a local aristocrat, that Hitler would surrender and spare them from being invaded by the vengeful Russian Red Army. He didn't and they had to flee.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:snow,   servant,   bathtub,  

In 1944 many Germans in Eastern Prussia believed like Lena von Mahlenberg, daughter of a local aristocrat, that Hitler would surrender and spare them from being invaded by the vengeful Russian Red Army. He didn't and they had to flee. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Daniel P (ru) wrote: A mesmerisingly good performance from Tim Roth is chief among the reasons for watching this humane, oddly tense, and simply shot film with echoes of Michael Haneke. The supporting cast are also superb and characters and script feel naturalistic.I was expecting a controversial ending and actually got the exact one I thought was going to happen. It didn't anger me like it has other reviewers, but it does feel like it was just a way for the film to end. It doesn't feel tacked on, or nihilistic, it just *is*, which is not to say it's not disappointing. Some sort of more rational or, heck, even more cathartic resolution would likely have worked better.

Tommi W (jp) wrote: A gorgeous, plodding, old-fashioned (60s - 70s) semi-fantasy from the director of Cinema Paradiso with some of the longueur of those European movies with improbable story lines and lush sound tracks. The highly talented Rush and Crowley are the only talents worth watching but the PVs are marvelous....

Christian H (br) wrote: It was nothing like the bbc documentary. Instead of Kenneth Branagh's smooth narration, we're stuck with Justin Long & John Leguizamo. Also, the film felt the need to put bathroom humor in this, which was juvenile & unfunny, there was a beat-you-over-the-head message about family that wasn't subtle at all, they put pop & rock music in the movie instead of a majestic score, the human scenes with Karl Urban were completely useless & didn't need to be there, & the only things we actually learn are their names & what they ate. Plus, they called Edmontonia an Ankylosaur because they didn't want the audience getting confused with Edmontosaurus. That just shows me that the think we're stupid. And they didn't even attempt to call the pterosaur a Quetzalcoatlus. It is a horrible adaptation of Walking With Dinosaurs, a horrible film in general, & it might as well be called "Land Before Time: Live Action Addition". I'm not even going to give this any stars, because even the CGI is overused instead of having ANY practical effects.

Kunal M (us) wrote: Overdid the action and quadruple twists.. Abbas Mastan have lost their touch.. Keep it simple guys

Graham M (us) wrote: Its own internal logic appears to be occasionally confused, but it's an original sci-fi thriller with good performances.

Lindy L (fr) wrote: i could only wish to make a "great" first narrative feature film like this one!

Giovanni M (fr) wrote: Batshit crazy, 1941 is fucking insane. I can't give it above a 3 because of how messy it is, but dear god is it a fascinating mess. Spielberg directs this bizarre farce where explosions are punchlines. Belushi is classic Belushi and Aykroyd just spouts out technical jargon instead of jokes but it all somehow works. Nearly every line in the film is screamed; scratch that; everything in the movie is screamed. The visuals are screamed, the physical comedy is screamed, etc. 1941 is by no means a great movie, but a thoroughly interesting what-the-fuck movie that I'm still not sure I was laughing with or at, but I'm gleefully leaning towards the former.

Karsh D (gb) wrote: Whilst not being an all time classic Carry On there is enough from Howerd, James and Bresslaw to make this an enjoyable Jungle romp. The gorilla though is a real low point for me.