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MongolThe movie traces the early and tumultuous years of legendary warrior Genghis Khan, then known as Temudgin, who was a slave before going on to conquer half the world including Russia in 1206.
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Directors of "Mongol"Sergei BodrovBirthdate: 28 June 1948, Khabarovsk, Khabarovskiy kray, RSFSR, USSR [now Russia]
Creators of "Mongol"Arif AlievBirthdate: 28 July 1960, Moscow, RSFSR, USSR [now Russia]Sergei BodrovBirthdate: 28 June 1948, Khabarovsk, Khabarovskiy kray, RSFSR, USSR [now Russia]
Critic Reviews of "Mongol"Film.comJuly 11, 2008
When we think of the fearsome Genghis Khan, we don't picture him as ever having been a little boy. But he must have been, and that is where this grand throwback to the sweeping historical epics of yesteryear takes up the Great Khan's story.The New RepublicJune 29, 2008
Mongol has just enough characterization to sustain its own reason for being -- cinematic fullness.Houston ChronicleJune 27, 2008
A thoroughly rousing hunk of celluloid, a war saga that blends the sturdiest conventions of old-fashioned heroic storytelling with a few pixilated battle enhancements - check out the soaring blood globs - of the kind that spattered across 300.Miami HeraldJune 27, 2008
The battle sequences are tremendous, and the performances are captivating, making for the sort of rousing, giant-scale entertainment that a figure as towering as Genghis Khan deserves.Orlando SentinelJune 26, 2008
Mongol, from its thrilling battles to its intimate romance, has the look, scale, story and feel of an old-fashioned epic in the best and biggest sense of the word.Ebert & RoeperJune 23, 2008
The action sequences here are first-rate, the performances are uniformly excellent, the cinematography as good as I've seen in any film this year.Fayetteville Free WeeklyFebruary 01, 2009
A movie in which acting still prevails is Mongol. People often say, 'They don't make movies like they used to.' Maybe the Russians make movies like Hollywood used to. Mongol, photographed beautifully in Kazakhstan and the Chinese province ofSin MagazineOctober 17, 2008
This would have been one of the greatest all time epics, but there were some major gaps in the story.Movie MetropolisOctober 10, 2008
...probably not the movie most audiences expected.Aisle SeatOctober 08, 2008
Visually stunning, historically interesting, and very entertaining.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsJuly 19, 2008
It's a lumbering, emotionally cold, slow-going old-fashioned escapist sweeping biopic on the early years of Genghis Khan.Atlantic City WeeklyJuly 10, 2008
... Bodrov's engaging vision of Genghis Khan in several moments almost feels like the silent movie epics by the Russian cinematic pioneer Sergei Eisenstein.
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