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    Werewolf

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    The Movie "The White Tiger" russian movie about WW2 German Tiger...

    Post  Werewolf on 22/03/14, 07:55 pm

    English Subtitles and a good movie


    The Promo to the movie.




    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0By7I2IIHlQQjeDIyRTBsRndjVFk/edit?pli=1
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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  George1 on 06/01/15, 08:58 pm



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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  DTA on 25/04/15, 08:37 pm

    Mosfilm ' YT channel has a lot of war movies with eng subs
    for example
    They Fought for Their Land



    The Hot Snow


    White Tiger(2013) (also french, spanish and german subs )


    The Star (2002)


    Ballad of a Soldier (also hungarian subs )


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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  Akula971 on 29/04/15, 05:25 am

    5 days of war ?? I have the PERFECT review for you guys Very Happy

    JOIN TO THE RUSSIAN ARMY !!


    And here is a 2 part review by a Russian film critique, with cc english subs


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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  Akula971 on 29/04/15, 05:30 am

    Афганский излом



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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  kap-the-head on 03/05/15, 04:56 pm

    I can't wait for "Panfilov's 28 men"... Some of the Russian audience got sick and tired of watching "hollywood" style war movies, therefore, they organized a filming of a Panfilov's heroic deed by ensuring that the movie will have the most authentic and accurate weaponry represented with no love story and drunk and evil NKVD officers. Gaijin (War Thunder guys) has joined the funding as well.

    Can't post youtube links yet... Too new of a member...
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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  TheArmenian on 07/06/15, 12:29 pm

    I am enjoying the "The Caravan Hunters" movie.

    Mi-24s, Stingers etc.

    Lots of good action

    English subtitles

    Here is the first episode. The rest is on the channel.

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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  George1 on 10/11/15, 07:37 pm

    Battle for Sevastopol is a 2015 biographical film about Lyudmila Pavlichenko, a young Soviet woman who joined the Red Army to fight the Nazi invasion of the USSR and became one of the deadliest snipers in World War II.



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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  kap-the-head on 16/11/15, 12:19 am

    Official trailer for Panfilov's 28 is out...
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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  KoTeMoRe on 16/11/15, 12:44 am

    That looks nice.
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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  Cyberspec on 16/11/15, 02:06 am

    I'm waiting for the Panfilov 28 to come out on DVD...hopefully soon
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    Post  kap-the-head on 16/11/15, 02:21 am

    Cyberspec wrote:I'm waiting for the Panfilov 28 to come out on DVD...hopefully soon

    They have not released the opening day in theaters yet, as they are still negotiating with promoters. I also heard that because this movie is not made for profit, but from people's donations, it will be available online. Not sure how true that is.
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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  Cyberspec on 20/11/15, 06:06 am

    kap-the-head wrote:
    Cyberspec wrote:I'm waiting for the Panfilov 28 to come out on DVD...hopefully soon

    They have not released the opening day in theaters yet, as they are still negotiating with promoters. I also heard that because this movie is not made for profit, but from people's donations, it will be available online. Not sure how true that is.

    I doubt it will be available for free straight away but I don't mind paying for the DVD
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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  TheGeorgian on 14/12/15, 10:21 am

    George1 wrote:Battle for Sevastopol is a 2015 biographical film about Lyudmila Pavlichenko, a young Soviet woman who joined the Red Army to fight the Nazi invasion of the USSR and became one of the deadliest snipers in World War II.

    Mm nice, looks like worth a watch - wonder if she meets Adamia in this. That would be interesting.

    Speaking of WW2. Yes this is a Russian movies thread, but since a Georgian movie got rolled up here anyway and the following one is GPW related I think it ain't necessary to open a completly new thread for foreign movies.

    This is the first Georgian WW2 TV-series called "Kerch - Lost Heroes" and as the title implies it's about the battles on the Kerch Peninsula, primarily the Kerch–Eltigen Operation. Not the most decicive of engagements on the Eastern Front but it succeeds one of the bloodiest and decicive battles / rather massacres because the majority of  Georgian casualties was suffered there allready in the first battle of Kerch. It is not Hollywood material ( which isn't necessarily bad ^^ ) but for TV show standarts, it's pretty good imo.

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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  flamming_python on 14/12/15, 03:46 pm

    TheGeorgian wrote:
    George1 wrote:Battle for Sevastopol is a 2015 biographical film about Lyudmila Pavlichenko, a young Soviet woman who joined the Red Army to fight the Nazi invasion of the USSR and became one of the deadliest snipers in World War II.

    Mm nice, looks like worth a watch - wonder if she meets Adamia in this. That would be interesting.

    Speaking of WW2. Yes this is a Russian movies thread, but since a Georgian movie got rolled up here anyway and the following one is GPW related I think it ain't necessary to open a completly new thread for foreign movies.

    This is the first Georgian WW2 TV-series called "Kerch - Lost Heroes" and as the title implies it's about the battles on the Kerch Peninsula, primarily the Kerch–Eltigen Operation. Not the most decicive of engagements on the Eastern Front but it succeeds one of the bloodiest and decicive battles / rather massacres because the majority of  Georgian casualties was suffered there allready in the first battle of Kerch. It is not Hollywood material ( which isn't necessarily bad ^^ ) but for TV show standarts, it's pretty good imo.


    Looks like Saving Private Ryan Twisted Evil

    Well I don't think it'd be worse than most of the rubbish that the Russian film and serials industry puts out.
    Seriously, sometimes I think the last good film that was made here was Brat 2; and the last of the Soviet cinematographic legacy died right after that.
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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  TheGeorgian on 14/12/15, 06:16 pm

    flamming_python wrote:
    Looks like Saving Private Ryan Twisted Evil

    Well I don't think it'd be worse than most of the rubbish that the Russian film and serials industry puts out.
    Seriously, sometimes I think the last good film that was made here was Brat 2; and the last of the Soviet cinematographic legacy died right after that.

    Well yeah, the naval landing part looks like SPR, but it's the naval landing on Kerch, it's hard doing any naval landing scenes without being reminding of SPR. But this is just one fight scene in one episode of the show.

    I don't agree that Russian movies are rubbish. In regards of realism they ain't more rubbish than Hollywood movies. I find them quite enjoyable to watch ( well except the purely propaganda ones - but I hate purely propaganda movies in general ). It's more about the overall art and entertainment value for me, less the realism. If I was nitpicking about lack of realism, I would conclude that only helmet cam / actual combat footage is worth watching. Making movies is art.


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    Russian TV series about pilots

    Post  Walther von Oldenburg on 25/01/16, 09:54 pm

    I wanted to put this in a relevant thread but could not find it... George, help.

    It's the successor to The Attackers, a TV series you can watch on StarMediaEN YT channel. This one is with Eng sub and I got no idea why Star Media English langyage channel does not have it on their page.
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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  DTA on 19/04/16, 06:14 pm

    another young company working on "321st Sibirkaya " about 321st Rifle Division
    http://321film.ru/

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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  JohninMK on 13/06/16, 08:18 pm

    George1 wrote:Battle for Sevastopol is a 2015 biographical film about Lyudmila Pavlichenko, a young Soviet woman who joined the Red Army to fight the Nazi invasion of the USSR and became one of the deadliest snipers in World War II.


    Reads like a pretty good review of the film today at Warisboring. What a woman.

    https://warisboring.com/sniper-lyudmila-pavlichenko-killed-300-men-and-now-theres-a-movie-about-her-b5b1aeefddf4#.gdddhovj3
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    For lack of a better thread, the Russian Military TV show "I Serve Russia"

    Post  franco on 13/11/16, 10:56 pm

    For lack of a better thread, the Russian Military TV show "I Serve Russia"

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/iPo390I5Lc4?rel=0&wmode=transparent
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    Re: Russian military movies

    Post  HeNeArKrXeRn_ on 09/01/17, 05:32 am

    I really want to watch Battle for Sevastopol', 28 Panfil. and Viking (in original Russian) can anyone suggest a good Russian tracker where I can download them?

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    Post  Svyatoslavich on 09/01/17, 06:13 am

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