Historical epic. The triumphs and tragedy of the Egyptian queen, Cleopatra.The winner of four Oscars, this epic saga of love, greed and betrayal stars Elizabeth Taylor as the passionate and ambitious Egyptian queen who's determined to hold on to the throne and seduces the Roman emperor Julius Caesar (Rex Harrison). When Caesar is murdered, she redirects her attentions to his general, Marc Antony (Richard Burton), who vows to take power -- but Caesar's successor (Roddy McDowall) has other plans.
The movie depicts historical epic. The triumphs and tragedy of the Egyptian queen, Cleopatra as Cleopatra tries to manipulate both Julius Caesar and Marc Antony in her ill-fated attempt to save the Egyptian empire. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Brian W (de) wrote: The movie ranks right up there with the others "Must see cause you've seen the rest". With that said, don't expect to walk away being completely satisfied but its better than the others except the originally one.
Z C (ca) wrote: A Hoover vacuum cleaner pales in comparison to this movie.Much like the garbage that Q. Tarantino would produce.
Yang J (kr) wrote: First it's a comedy and then it turns to be an action movie. Forget the political action. All the rest are slightly touching and family love is a side topic but still have some special meaning here. Different emotions all mixed!
Michael T (jp) wrote: Despite a charming facade, the whole film ends up feeling rather ridiculous.
Andrew O (it) wrote: A simple but gripping tale of revenge, and the first masterpiece by filmmaking genius Jeff Nichols.
Phew F (de) wrote: I just watched it and think it's mostly about not entering into or committing to an abusive relationship - mutually consenting or not. This is a terrifically observed masterpiece. Exceptionally nuanced performance from the abusive and emotionally depraved would-be boyfriend - and Morton never does anything wrong in my book. I found it excruciating and honest. Loved it - probably subjectively yet still....
Ethan R (ru) wrote: An excellent idea for a film, and executed very well. Very much worth watching.
Michelle C (ag) wrote: i bet this would be good
Allee F (us) wrote: I love this movie. A great story. I've actually read the book and it's pretty spot on with the movie.
Brett H (ag) wrote: Heartwarming love story with Michael J. Fox's winning charisma at the helm
Praveen s (ca) wrote: Good biography of a rags to riches story
Kalil H (ru) wrote: More Kubrick? YES PLEASE!
Zack B (br) wrote: So-so remake of the "Guns of Navarone." Get's the edge of being a 'fresh' movie due to the tremendous cast of Shaw, Ford, Bach, and Kiel. Shaw and Ford have tremendous chemistry together. Way too fast paced.
Naoya K (es) wrote: Among great films that Arthur Penn directed, this one seems to be heavily overlooked, but I don't think this infers to even "Bonnie & Clyde" that much. I love the title, how well Hackman fits to the character, cinematography of night scenes, and bitter but very precise and strong ending. Penn's delicate directing is masterly.
Skyler B (ag) wrote: This is a love letter to Kafka from Allen. And, for the most part, it works.