If you want to see the real movie, watch the Kirk Douglas movie. What's the
purpose of this remake? part 1 is ok, part 2 is terrible. I gave it a 5
out of 10 only because there were some interesting scenes, but this 4 hours
of mostly commercials will leave you in wonder as to how they somehow
hoodwinked you into watching.
Its a good movie to watch while balancing your checkbook, or getting done
other projects. The actors seemed to be thinking the whole time "geez, I am
in a made for tv mini-series."
Rhona Mitra is nice to watch, other than that, don't waste your
apage2 watch A Mighty Wind movie
Great miniseries with a lot less blood and sex than in the new spartacus show .
adamsmith watch Hard Luck movie
The legend of the seeker The Gladiators.
zner watch Ghosts Of The Abyss movie
puffypal watch End Of The Line movie
Thi movie is so amesing.
apple_a121 watch Che: Part One movie
i want to down load it where it possible.
Excellent Movie that is also true to history
I have done quite a bit of research regarding Spartacus and the slave
revolt he was part of in the century preceeding the birth of Jesus.
This version of Spartacus - made in 2004 follows the academic history
of Spartacus and the uprising to the letter. Some versions show
Spartacus being crucified, which is not true. Spartacus died in his
last battle with Marcus Crassus, which is how the 2004 version is shot.
The 2004 version also shows the fact that Pompey, a popular Roman
General called upon by the Roman Senate to help stop the slave revolt,
took credit for defeating Spartacus when in fact it was Marcus Crassus
who actually defeated Spartacus and his army.
If there is one thing I would have liked added it would be some sort of
trailer language that described the remaining years of Marcus Crassus
as he was a main character in the movie but the movie sort of left him
"hanging" in the end. In truth, Marcus Crassus never achieved the glory
he desired for himself and eventually met a very horrible end when he
battled the Persian Army years after the defeat of Spartacus. The
Persian Army captured Marcus Crassus after defeating his army and to
kill him, poured molten gold down his throat. He was then beheaded and
his head sent to the King of Persia as a trophy. I think this was a
fitting end for a man who was very vain, a glory seeker and who
despised the idea of freedom for all men, except the rich Romans..