The Last Legion

The Last Legion

As the Roman empire crumbles, young Romulus Augustus flees the city and embarks on a perilous voyage to Britain to track down a legion of supporters.

As the Roman empire crumbles, young Romulus Augustus flees the city and embarks on a perilous voyage to Britain to track down a legion of supporters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Larry W (it) wrote: Not a bad concept. Kind of felt like Phonebooth. But I was sorely disappointed with the lousy ending. They could have ended the movie five minutes earlier and it would have been better.

Guillaume B (jp) wrote: John Hoo Bong First Blockbuster

Sean C (gb) wrote: It is strange to watch a film that will take your breath away one moment, intrigue with fascinating ideas the next, but also bore you to tears just as fast. I'm glad I saw it once.

Toby E (es) wrote: Dark, psychological, gripping even tho a tad over done in places it comes across well.

Ameeta (gb) wrote: Technology trying to take over, same old same old.

Ryan G (au) wrote: a great movie that is not well know. A good date movie.

Grayson D (it) wrote: Not one of steve Martins better films and if you are a fan of the original tv show it would be best to avoid it.

Annie B (us) wrote: I could definately tell that this was a made for TV movie, but it was actually pretty good.

Harpreet S (jp) wrote: Rating: 3.4/5. Another, not so good film by Bresson. I think it lacks in depth and plot. It is mostly predictable, and static. Did not really like anything in this film, except Bresson's camera frequently showing the waist and below of actors, which I find interesting.

Panta O (ca) wrote: This fifth and final entry in the original Planet of the Apes science fiction series produced by Arthur P. Jacobs is directed by J. Lee Thompson and it stars Roddy McDowall, Claude Akins, Natalie Trundy, Severn Darden, Lew Ayres, Paul Williams and John Huston. I can see division between the fans and non-fans on this one! First ones will enjoy the story telling and the positive tones of this sequel, others will be bored to death! If you rely on action and you are not familiar with the previous films, please, stay away from this one!First two parts are worth watching, from a fan view of point, but the third part must be a disappointment for everyone! Battle scenes were terrible, and you could almost feel the budget cuts there. Beginning was promising, and started as a flashback in the early 21st century, with a wraparound sequence narrated by the orang-utan Lawgiver (John Huston) set in "North America - 2670 A.D." He was telling a story of the ape leader, Caesar (Roddy McDowall), at least twelve years after he led the revolution in the previous film, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes. In this post-nuclear society, Caesar tries to cultivate peace between the apes and the surviving humans. A gorilla general named Aldo (Claude Akins), however, opposes this and plots Caesar's downfall. Caesar is married to Lisa (Natalie Trundy), the female ape of the previous film, and they have a son, named Cornelius (Bobby Porter) in honour of Caesar's father...Initially writer Paul Dehn who had provided the script for every previous sequel was hired to provide a story treatment for the fifth film in the series, but he withdrew from the project without completing the screenplay due to health reasons. Screenwriters John William Corrington and Joyce Hooper Corrington were brought in after the success of their film The Omega Man - but there was a problem - neither one of them had written any science fiction films and they had never seen any of the Apes films prior to being hired to write the script for "Battle". Dehn was hired to come in and do a final polish on the script making minor changes to the script that the Corringtons had written. Dehn was given a story credit despite an appeal to the Writer's Guild of America for shared credit on the screenplay. Dehn claimed to have rewritten 90% of the dialogue and he altered the ending. The original script by the Corringtons ended on a playground with ape and human children fighting. Dehn chose to go with a close up of a statue of Caesar with a tear falling from its eye which Joyce Corrington characterized as "...stupid. It turned our stomachs when we saw it." At the end The Writer's Guild of America ruled in favour of the Corringtons for sole screenplay credit. The director J. Lee Thompson was both unhappy with the script as well as the scope of the production, which he felt could have used a bigger budget to assist in the portrayal of the "Battle". Thompson had agreed to direct without a script in place and regretted that Paul Dehn couldn't have been on the project throughout the writing process.This was a movie with good music scores composed by Leonard Rosenman... I am glad he was back for this film.Watchable, but I will suggest, go fast forward through the fighting scenes!

Stuart K (ag) wrote: Directed and co-written by Roy Boulting (The Family Way (1966)), who was one part of the Boulting brothers with John Boulting, who did the producing. This time, they wanted to do something completely different from what they'd done before. The Boulting's were known for cosy, small scale dramas and comedies, here they did a horror film, and the result is one of their best films. Martin Durnley (Hywel Bennett) is an emotionally disturbed young man who has mood swings, his mother Enid (Phyllis Calvert) henpecks him, but his new stepfather Henry (Frank Finlay) plans to ship him off to Australia. After making the acquaintance of Susan Harper (Hayley Mills), who he becomes infatuated with, but he can't be himself in front of her, and he creates a childlike alter ego called Georgie so that she'll care for him, he even cons his way into Susan's family home, winning the approval of Susan's mother Joan (Billie Whitelaw). But, Martin as Georgie uses his new found alter-ego to extract revenge on his stepfather. It's a very uncomfortable and creepy psychological horror, and there hadn't been many like this until then, but Boulting and Co. get the best out of their ensemble cast, and it has a very effective and eerie score by Bernard Hermann, whose main theme from this was used in Kill Bill: Vol 1. Oh, Quentin!! :P

Camille L (de) wrote: 10e Classique d'Animation Walt Disney, Melody Time est aussi la 5e anthologie sortir, cause de la guerre qui empchait les ttes pensantes de raliser un film complet. La tendance commence devenir fatigante et il est difficile de s'attacher un court qui ne dure que 7 ou 8 minutes. C'est d'ailleurs le problme de Melody Time qui n'a aucune unit et qui ressemble plutt une de ces compilations qui sortaient en VHS il y a 15 ans. Dommage, car certains passages sont franchement sympathiques, comme le retour de Donald Duck & Jose Carioca.

David G (gb) wrote: Michael Caine at his best, a really grand film to watch again and again !.~,

Phillip S (it) wrote: Awesome as a comedy, good action movie with kind of a bad ending.

Clara J (br) wrote: I just watch this, haven read the book as a child and it being one of my favorites, I thought I would really like it, but I didn't! The boy acted like a brat, the creatures acted like they were just insane! They weren't cute or even really funny! In the end it made very little sense and I found myself happy when it finally ended! It was boring for the most part, and disturbing the rest of the time! It seems it could have been done allot better!

Juliano K (es) wrote: Ow gosh, I miss the 80s, Dumb yet great movie!