Walking With The Enemy
Walking With The Enemy (2014)

Inspired by a true story, WALKING WITH THE ENEMY is an unforgettable film of love, courage, and sacrifice. Set in Hungary during the final months of World War ll, a young man sets out to find his displaced family by stealing a Nazi uniform… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: April 25, 2014
DVD Release Date: April 11, 2017
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Critic Score: 46% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: While Walking With the Enemy tells a stirring and little-known true story, it's ultimately too heavy-handed to fully resonate.

Ella Taylor

An old-school drama so sincere, yet so ham-fisted, it borders on parody.

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Peter Rainer
Christian Science Monitor

The film is as dramatically inert as its origins are inspirational.

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Sr. Rose Pacatte
National Catholic Reporter

Walking with the Enemy is an intense and stirring war film that reveals several heroes heretofore unknown to most of us, and this is a good thing.

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Justin Chang

A little-known tale of Jewish resistance during the final days of WWII gets tackled with appreciable ambition and blunt, sporadic emotional force in "Walking With the Enemy."

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Richard Roeper
Richard Roeper.com

A plodding and clunky drama that never misses an opportunity to embrace a cliché.

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Todd Jorgenson

An unheralded tale of true-life World War II heroism is given standard melodramatic treatment in this earnest epic.

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Cary Darling
Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.com

Sometimes awkward and melodramatic, the debut film from director Mark Schmidt nevertheless derives strength from its little-known true-life story of Holocaust heroism.

David Hiltbrand
Philadelphia Inquirer

A badly written, poorly acted, bathetic pageant of bad wigs and worse accents, rendered with production values on a par with NBC's recent Sound of Music mummery.

Philip Martin
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

...perhaps a little overreaching in that it strains for epicness.

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