• Movie Filter - Enemy at the Gates - Date: 8/4/2004
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  • Parental Advisories
    Content Warnings:
    Disturbing Images

    General Themes and Other Content:
    Implied Premarital Sex,
    Some Suggestive Dialogue,
    War Themes,
    Non-Graphic Injury/Wound,
    Intense Battle Sequences,
    Alcohol Consumption,
    Bar/Club Environment,
    Intense Thematic Elements
  • Starring
    Jude Law
    Ed Harris
    Rachel Weisz
    Joseph Fiennes
    Bob Hoskins
    Ron Perlman
    Eva Mattes
    Gabriel Thomson
    Matthias Habich
    Sophie Rois

  • Enemy at the Gates

    During World War ll at the battle over Stalingrad a Russian sniper, who has earned recent popularity from his many ‘kills’, finds himself in a sniper-duel with an equally talented German sniper of superior rank.

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    My filters were set to Medium on this one and I was shielded from a sex scene and plenty of gory war violence (mostly sniper head shots). So, while you will be spared the gory blood and brain splatter (ew!) you’ll still witness a plethora of dead bodies as the whole movie is centered in the middle of a major battleground. You’ll see a few after effects of people being sniper shot as their bodies fall and you see the blood spatter on the wall behind them but you won’t see the actual spray of the blood, which is always the grossest part for me. You’ll see some kissing and one scene where a woman comes to lay down next to a man (in the middle of a room full of sleeping people) they hold hands and then the scene skips and they lay back down next to each other still fully clothed, at which point you will roll your eyes and wonder why on earth any of that unfiltered rubbish was even there. Because of the heavy war theme and major body counts this one is really only suitable for adults.

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    With Jude Law, Joseph Fiennes, Rachel Weisz and Ed Harris you’re never likely to be disappointed on levels of performance and rest assured you’ll not experience any disappointment here. Although this one has a war movie genre title there is only one big, loud war scene at the beginning. This film is about the tactics and personal feelings and experiences of individuals in this particular battle which is my kind of war movie. This is definitely worth a rental if you’re a war movie fan in all their varieties.

    Danielle’- ClearPlay Snipe Hunter

    Rated R for strong graphic war violence and some sexuality; 131 min; Directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud
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Enemy at the Gates

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