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Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix, Connie Nielsen, Oliver Reed View All


Ridley Scott (Director), David Franzoni (Screenplay), John Logan (Screenplay), William Nicholson (Screenplay) View All

Release: May 1st, 2000
Runtime: 2 hours, 35 minutes
General Maximus' success in battle earns the favour of the Roman Empire's elderly Emperor at the expense of the Emperor's son. In a fit of jealous rage the son slays his father before turning his anger towards Maximus. Now reduced to a slave, and his family dead, Maximus must fight as a gladiator to gain his freedom and his revenge.
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A truly epic film, Gladiator is a testament to the type of incredible and still emotionally meaningful spectacle film can create that is unique to the medium.
The Rodent
What Gladiator revels in though, is sheer scope of the story, breathtaking scenery and incredibly exciting battles.
It's too inconsistent a film to truly be considered a classic, Best Picture win be damned (did the Academy want another Braveheart or what?).
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