Motivated by an earnest need to inspire, Schmidt's debut suffers from stiffness but improves as it goes, the tension of its plot overcoming many dramatic failings. show more
Walking With the Enemy is a powerful piece of filmmaking that examines history and heroism with big-screen artistry, imagination and thrills. show more
Walking with the Enemy may not be another “Schindler’s List” (Ben Kingsley has a small but important role as Hungary’s deposed regent) but it’s handsomely photographed (A-list vet Dean Cundey) in Romania and a compelling addition to the Shoah canon. show more
not a stephen spielberg production. shoukd have been in black and white. acting not great eichman came across as stiff, the one with rhe scar was believable. girlfriend wore many different outfits for a war torn country.
Excellent movie and true to history. The film was based on a true story and it is well portrayed. A little bit of too much violence but that is the way it was during the war. Very good and engaging movie, well worth to see and has a good ending.
Mirian Bale of th New York Daily News gave this movie one star saying, &********* a story of a Jew trying to escape Hungry in a Nazi disguise. I would suggest that if Ms. Bale wants to be a movie critic, she should go see the movie before reviewing it.