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Current Rating: 3.94

Current Rating: 3.94

based on 636 votes and 76 reviews

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  • 3 stars interesting look at the inside of germany during world war 2
  • 3 stars Better than I expected.
  • 2 stars I waited a long time to see this film....I wish I waited longer - BBBOOORRRIIIINNNGGG!!!!
  • Really liked this movie
  • Not worth the time - interesting story, but overall, limiting in it's delivery. I understand the part in the beginning allows us to 'believe' everything's happening in German, but that every actor had his/her own accent took away from the presentation. Strangely enough, I'd have preferred they subtitle it. Cruise doesn't deliver in this film, as his portrayal is like every one of his previous characters - only this one is German.
  • Very intense film. Well done! Tom was great...as usual!
  • Tom Cruise might be as crazy as a Scientologist in the real world, but his portrayal in this movie was spectacular. This film is well acted and gripping to the end.
  • I've held my tongue too long. This is a truly wondeful movie. I've seen it twice in 4 days. Riveting. Amazing actors, terrific music, stuck to the truth of the story, and more suspense then I think I've seen in about 5 years in any theatre. Don't miss it. I'd give it 6 stars if I could.
  • Compelling historical event makes this a worthwhile movie. There were many German Nationals who had the courage to stand against Hilter. Strong support cast but Cruise didn't fit the role of a Nazi Officer.
  • a good suspensful movie. tom cruise actually acted well. i would recomend this movie, even though it shoud've had more acton

Valkyrie

Genre:  Thriller | Running Time:  120 min.
Release date:  December 25, 2008 | On DVD/VOD:  May 19, 2009

Current rating: Rating: 3.94
based on 636 votes and 76 reviews
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Cast: Tom Cruise, Kenneth Branagh, Bill Nighy, Tom Wilkinson, Carice van Houten, Thomas Kretschmann, Terence Stamp, Eddie Izzard

Inspiration: Claus von Stauffenberg