Okay... I am about 40 minutes into this flick and FINALLY someone actually is "doing" a Russian accent.
I feel like I am watching a study in monotones. You know a bunch of actors playing "being serious" as they act out a significant piece of literature.
Poor Henry Fonda is so constricted in this role that he might as well be wearing a straight jacket.
Audrey Hepburn bounces in for another scene, and the pace picks up significantly only to be dragged down again by the battle scene.
Yes... the battle scene... where the "good guys" slowly march in front of the enemy line and drop without fighting back... well... at least that is how it looks.
Yes, well.... back to the movie.
Time for a coffee refill.... this movie can' t get worse... can it?