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Movies in Russian

Anyone knows where can I find movies in Russian?

November 5, 2015



Well, youtube is surely the easiest way

For intance, this one for classical soviet movies https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEK3tT7DcfWGWJpNEDBdWog

And this for some modern TV series and awesome historical documentaries https://www.youtube.com/user/starmedia

Most of the content is completely free)


https://RussianFilmHub.com! It's an online library of Russian and Soviet movies with English subtitles. You can filter and explore movies much easier there than on YouTube


This Russian film is good: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2649128/ I am not sure where you can watch it online, I started watching it somewhere but it then started buffering so slowly so I had to give up, but it is a good film if you can find it.


Here you can find almost any film in Russian to watch online, including this one: https://my-hit.org/film/22092/


Ronny, if you like "gangster" dramas (i'm not really sure how to categorize this show:) then in youtube there is a playlist with my absolute favorite Russian tv show (15 episodes) and they are with English subtitles . The show is called Brigada




Mosfilm's uploaded most of their films on Youtube. If you're into animation, Multfilmi's channel has a lot of stuff as well.


I've seen a couple on Turner Classic Movies every once in a while. "The Cranes Are Flying" is the last one I caught. Russian movies aren't on too often, but you can request films and check their very thorough showtimes schedule for others on their website: http://www.tcm.com/


My favorite Russian movie is "Ivan Vasilivich Changes Occupation":


very funny and engaging.


Rutracker.org anything and everything you'd ever want


any way to get Russian subtitles for disney movies?


If we're talking about legal ways, your best bet is subtitles sites like http://www.opensubtitles.org, but it would be a pain... You need the original DVD, readable on a computer with a player like vlc that can load external subtitles; you'll also probably need to delay subtitles or video to synchronize them (vlc can do this too).


I like Ororo.tv - you can add subtitles (Russian or English) to any film there, even change speed of the film, if you want.



They have movies, cartoons, tv shows, and other junk. Bonus: you can also get it in Turkish


Dear friend , use youtube , just simply type in your search engine Russian movie or Russian movie with English subtitle, you are home run. enjoy it


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