The Soviet T-34 tank had its moments of glory during the battles to drive Hitler's troops from the USSR during the Second World War. A new film, simply called "T-34", opened for the New Year holiday in Russia. It has already taken more than $20 million in box office receipts, including the best ever opening weekend for a Russian-made film.
BSRsays...

Have you tried cutting back on sugar?

wtfcaniusesaid:

Enough with the slow motion! I like tanks, I like ww2 movies I even like Russian war movies but this looks like trash.

BSRsays...

It just sounded like things weren't moving along fast enough for you. I thought it was funny. I was gonna say cocaine but figured sugar was good enough.

wtfcaniusesaid:

Have you tried making sense?

wtfcaniusesays...

I didn't mention pacing. I object to the gratuitous and excessive use of slow motion by a director who clearly plays too much sniper elite.

BSRsaid:

It just sounded like things weren't moving along fast enough for you. I thought it was funny. I was gonna say cocaine but figured sugar was good enough.

BSRsays...

I apologise. I'm sorry. Didn't mean to blow your dress up.

wtfcaniusesaid:

I didn't mention pacing. I object to the gratuitous and excessive use of slow motion by a director who clearly plays too much sniper elite.

robdotsays...

The t-34 was a piece of shit that could barely function and had to actually carry spare transmissions,on the tank itself. The Russian army was so dysfunctional they lost all the ones that did actually function.it was extremely slow to acquire targets ,and slow to reload.

wraithsays...

And still....

robdotsaid:

The t-34 was a piece of shit that could barely function and had to actually carry spare transmissions,on the tank itself. The Russian army was so dysfunctional they lost all the ones that did actually function.it was extremely slow to acquire targets ,and slow to reload.

spawnflaggerjokingly says...

I assume this 5 minute video is a supercut of all the battle scenes, spaced out over the length of the actual movie (139 minutes). If that is true, then the amount of slow-motion is acceptable.

The only problem I had with it was that Arnold Schwarzenegger didn't come out and promote World of Tanks (or Mobile Strike or whatever bs video game)

Stormsingersays...

Yet...

spawnflaggersaid:

I assume this 5 minute video is a supercut of all the battle scenes, spaced out over the length of the actual movie (139 minutes). If that is true, then the amount of slow-motion is acceptable.

The only problem I had with it was that Arnold Schwarzenegger didn't come out and promote World of Tanks (or Mobile Strike or whatever bs video game)

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