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Guardian
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February 16, 2007

Americanised macho-sentimental war movie about an isolated Soviet division.
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Daily Mirror (UK)
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February 16, 2007

With what's going on in Afghanistan today, 9th Company is nothing if not timely.
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London Evening Standard
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February 16, 2007

It's all beautifully photographed and lit, using a bright palette that recalls old Technicolor, and exerts a cumulative power over its 130 minutes.
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The Sun (UK)
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February 16, 2007

To a man, the movie's impressive young Russian cast cover themselves in glory with some truly top-notch turns.
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Times (UK)
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February 16, 2007

Tells a familiar story very well, thanks to a charismatic ensemble cast and boundless ambition when it comes to the scale.
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Independent (UK)
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February 16, 2007

The film has no real thematic ambition beyond restating the old "war is hell" adage.
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Time Out
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February 14, 2007

The unquestioning lionising of Russian heroism is far from comfortable viewing, especially given the Putin regime's darkening human rights record.
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thelondonpaper

February 16, 2007

It may not be a new subject but, as an update on bellicose jingoism, it's just right.
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
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February 16, 2007

It's beautifully shot and includes bravura set pieces from the front line. Unsurprisingly, it ends badly.
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Sunday Times (UK)
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February 19, 2007

The characters are given life by the script and actors, while the mountainous terrain (provided by Crimea) adds novelty to the combat scenes.
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WBAI Radio
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August 14, 2010

So is the director's beef with the barefoot belligerent fundamentalist Afghans or the beefy bungling brass of the Soviet Union? Less likely any of the above, than a battle of the blockbusters showdown with Hollywood, as to whose got the bigger bull-ets.
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