Alexander, Revisited – The Final Cut

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Now available is an all new and completely unrated version of Oliver Stone’s incredible epic film, loaded with nearly 40 minutes of additional never-before-seen footage, that takes the film to a new level of realism and intensity. Restructured and expanded into two acts with one intermission, Oliver Stone’s vision is delivered the way he originally conceived and intended. With the new, unrated and graphic battle scenes and unadulterated sensuality, it’s the movie you couldn… More >>

Alexander, Revisited – The Final Cut

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  1. Troy came out in mid may and now set for winter this year, another Historical movie brought to 2004, i wonder if they’ll make a hitler movie next. Well i’m ok with the cast and the trailer seems fantastic so it’ll be a great release i hope, but don’t be too interested in this, the aim of this movie is not educational and it doesn’t focus in the historical events that happened, it just mostly shows us sex scenes with Cleopathra, what do you expect from Collin Farrell. This movie is great but don’t think it’ll win an oscar.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. with all the big names and big money, (a lot of extras, fancy props and sets gone to waste) I was shocked at the terrible result. The movie was biased more towards making sure every one knew that homosexuality existed in the ranks than it was with portraying historical accuracy and detail. It was more a political statement enforcing the mass acceptance of this practice in the modern world. The fact is that there is no ancient document that clearly attests that this was the way of things (at least in the “universal” degree portrayed in this film), therefore to included it so heavily in this film is an attempt to bias history in an unwarranted fashion. Unprofessional and unsuccessful, a sad reflection of our times – demoralized and disintegrating into darkness.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. This movie started out perfect. Alexander the Great is well known and should have been a perfect movie to depict the life and times of one so popular in his realm, but the amount of homosexual innuendos suggested in this movie made me sick. It ruined the entire movie for me and my family. YUCK YUCK YUCK

    If you are sickened by extreme presentation of homosexuality, disregard this movie.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. Its one of the worst historical based movie I have ever seen. The implication that Alexander was a homosexual or bisexual does not cut it in terms of Macedonian society of the time period. There were strong friendships between men, which persist today, that have no sexual connotations. As a matter of fact men who dressed, painted themselves and acted as women were shunned by society and made fun of from Assirya in the east to Carthage in the west.The actress chosen for the part of Roxanne has no physical characteristics similar to her historical predecesor, except maybe her great body. But maybe casting a more ravishing woman in that part would have downgraded the supposedly homosexual relationship that Alexander is shown to have. The only good casting made was that of Alexander`s mother. I do not want to rehash other areas of criticism except to say that this is not a movie about Alexander The Great but rather of Alexander The Gay.

    Maybe the director`s next movie will be making Richard The Lionhearted into Richard The Gayhearted, in which case he would again be sadly mistaken.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. The rating is based on the trailer. Hitler would be happy reading Hadi’s review. Nevertheless so many not’s, he gives 5 stars. It seems paranoic. And sex is part of our life.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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