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4 ENEMY AT THE GATES (2001) JUDE Law and Ed Harris play rival World War One snipers on opposite sides during the tense action at the Battle Of Stalingrad.
He played Soviet hero Nikita Khrushchev in Enemy At The Gates (2001), the titular Italian dictator in Mussolini And I (1985) and even US President J Edgar Hoover alongside Anthony Hopkins in 1995's Nixon.
TUESDAY ENEMY AT THE GATES FILM4 9PM Jude Law and Ed Harris star in this tense drama set during the Battle of Stalingrad in the Second World War as a pair of snipers on opposing sides, each trying to kill the other.
That's mostly because of some spotty follow-up films like Enemy at the Gates, Killing Me Softly, and The Great Raid.
An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and he carries his banners openly against the city.
Movies like The Thin Red Line, The Patriot, Gladiator, Enemy at the Gates, and Pearl Harbor have given audiences a bullet's-eye view of war's butchery, stripping us of the buffer of our imagination and leaving us no place to run or hide.
Writing about Enemy at the Gates, Moses mentions that due to the Cold War's end the movie reflects a more positive attitude toward Russia.
Today our reader reviewers check out Enemy At The Gates (15) at the Odeon.