Gladiators of Rome

Gladiators of Rome

It is the age of Imperial Rome.Young Timo is an orphan of Pompeii's terrible eruption, adopted be general Chirone and raised in the famous Gladiator's Academy in Rome. Is this the beginning of a new legend? The legend of a great hero? Not so much! Timo is not exactly gladiator material! He just wants to hang out with his friends, Ciccius and Mauritius, and avoid his stepfather's bizarre training sessions at all costs! However, when Timo meets the lovely Lucilla, he decides to change his life and bring out the valour inside himself - valour that has never shown itself before. Through spells, crazy raids in the woods and terrible trainings of a very personal lady trainer, Timo has to transform himself into the greatest gladiator of all time. And as they say, if "fortune favours the bold" in Rome ... hard times are awaiting Timo!

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Brandon K (jp) wrote: great killing movie and lots off ass in this movie all so a plus lol

Alex W (ca) wrote: There are a few good moments in this alternate history drama shot like a documentary. The problem is you have to really pull off the film to not make it seem like you are just using the premise for shock value. The way this goes is ultimately a letdown. Despite all the amateurs it had some good acting though.

Darren C (us) wrote: If you've been a part of nearly any drumline, or marching band experience, you have to see this film. Maybe not for the plot, but certainly for the battles (and yes that is the word for them) between rival bands, rival drumlines and rival band members. Just a great film of percussion.

Stuart K (fr) wrote: Before Moulin Rouge (2001) would reignite the stale old Hollywood musical, Woody Allen had a go at it, buzzing with music since using a Greek Chorus in Mighty Aphrodite (1995). He succeeded with this one, which has an all star cast, and it's a much more affectionate and magical film than Baz Luhrmann's musical would be. The plot is basic, but it's fun nontheless using songs to carry the story along, it follows a family of liberals from the upper East Side of Manhattan, the Dandridges, father Bob (Alan Alda), wife Steffi (Goldie Hawn), their daughters DJ (Natasha Lyonne), Laura (Natalie Portman), Lane (Gaby Hoffmann), their conservative son Scott (Lukas Haas), their weird Grandpa (Patrick Cranshaw) and daughter Skylar (Drew Barrymore), who is engaged to Holden Spence (Edward Norton). Steffi's first husband, Joe Berlin (Woody) who lives in Paris, falls for Von Sidell (Julia Roberts) through a bit of serendipity from DJ, while Skylar ends up falling for paroled criminal Charles Ferry (Tim Roth). It uses old songs from the 1930's, but it works, and the musical numbers are beautifully staged, including one in a hospital, a Groucho Marx themed one and Goldie Hawn flying above the banks of the Seine in Paris. Woody got there first Baz!!

(ru) wrote: At some point the result is not that matter, It's about whether you take the chance and try your best to earn it.

Silvia T (us) wrote: My mom made me watch this one not on the movie theaters for a while not all of it Toy Story it didn't make me laugh a few thing made me grin but the aliens were cute :)