T-34 (2018) - Action, War

Hohum Score

18

Watchable

In 1944, a courageous group of Russian soldiers managed to escape from German captivity in a half-destroyed legendary T-34 tank. Those were the times of unforgettable bravery, fierce fighting, unbreakable love, and legendary miracles.

IMDB: 6.4
Director: Aleksey Sidorov
Stars: Alexander Petrov, Irina Starshenbaum
Length: 139 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-14
Reviews: 9 out of 90 found boring (10%)

One-line Reviews (37)

An enjoyable film that will blast your views of Russian films and give you a Hollywood style escape from reality

In addition, it's exciting all the time.

On the edge of my seat.

Had potential but propaganda ruined it.

Paphos, narcissism, special effects and a waste of time.

The personal battle between Jäger and Ivushkin as well as the intrepid bravery of the Soviet tank crew under fire fuels the dramatic momentum of "T-34" and makes it compelling to see how the Soviet tankers will triumph over the Germans.

But the action kept me on the edge of my seat, and the main story arc of the complex relationship between the Russian and the Nazi officers is genius, I thought.

Thank's to people who make this tank wars exciting again !

For those who are saying that this is russian propaganda, they are right...

Waste of time and money.

That said, I found the film fresh and highly enjoyable.

On the edge of your seat enjoyment from start to finish with some nice humour thrown in which adds to the overall quality and enjoyment of this (in my opinion) masterpiece.

Waste of time.

I've been waching american movies for 30+ years and i'm sick an tierd of their propaganda.

Very far from war reality, but entertaining.

Urging American audiences to watch what clearly constitutes an example of Soviet propaganda is probably going to not set right with most people.

The film's first 35 minutes is an incredible cat and mouse game between tanks, with stunning action and suspense.

Very Good Entertaining from Start to Finish.

A few reviews have complained about the CGI and the Russian propaganda lol I think these reviewers; and I use the term loosely, just read the first review and went on to spout the propaganda nonsense.

and it's worth watching such stories made by many countries and not just one.

The battle scenes are detailed, cruel, and exciting.

Watching Russian writer & director Aleksey Sidorov's preposterous but entertaining World War II tank thriller "T-34" reminded me of vintage American wartime propaganda films, such as "Desperate Journey" (1942) with Errol Flynn and "Sahara" (1943) with Humphrey Bogart.

If you are a fan of films such as "Das Boot" or "The Beast" then I would highly recommend it.

The close-up images in the T-34 with its limited movement space, are breathtaking and have a claustrophobic effect.

Yes, the story has its corny points, but I love the slow mo shell hits.

Omg Russian propaganda movie.

T-34 was a super cool movie, which features plenty of tank action, a good story, and some great slow mo shots.

Its entertaining based on action, character, ideas, and visuals, not on getting the message of "war is hell" across.

By the same token, every war movie is propaganda...

Really enjoyable.

It stinks of propaganda material.

The Special Effects keeps you on the edge of your seat.

Performances are amazing, production design is amazing, cinematography is amazing, editing, effects, and story is uber compelling.

At last 40 minutes the movie also adds stunning aerial views of the battlefield which make it look like a strategy game.

Absolutely brilliant film, story, action, acting but by far the brilliant cinematography, truly stunning!

It's thoroughly entertaining.

This was a thoroughly enjoyable WW II movie, with excellent acting, direction and special effects.