Gladiator

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Director Ridley Scott’s triumphant Gladiator is an unparalleled combination of vivid action and extraordinary storytelling that earned five Oscars® including Best Picture. The Blu-ray presentation will include both the original theatrical version of the film as well as the extended version in 1080p High Definition with English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, French 5.1 Dolby Digital and Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital, as well as English, English SDH, French, Spanish and Korean subti… More >>

Gladiator

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  1. I thought this was the most boring movie I had ever seen. I fell asleep to it twice. It seemed to move at the pace of 2 miles per hour. I defintely do not recommend this film.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Gladitar is my most hated movie. Especially the fact that it is over 3 hours long. The DVD features are good the movie isnt and even with the features it isnt worth the money avoid this one!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. I don’t understand why this won Oscars, or why people think this is good. It had one great scene: the chariot battle in the Colleseum. That’s really the only thing worth seeing in this entire film. Russel Crowe’s “character”, Maximus screams Braveheart in a Roman guise. It was overmelodramatic, the music was bad, and the cinematics was worse.

    Russel Crowe is no actor, he reminds me of Marlon Brando in Street Car Named Desire. All he does is bellow….yay. He was not even close to Heroic. Though, he’s a little bit better than Mel Gibson or Brando in those chosen films.

    It really would have been Braveheart, had they forced Russel Crowe to speak Spanish….. If they changed the “acting” for Crowe, why not change the character into an Englishman, or something….calling him “The Spaniard” all the time made me laugh when I watched the movie.

    This film reeked and I’m glad I never had the urge to buy the DVD, or see ANY Crowe’s movies; although I was forced to watch Master And Commander as rental…and it was all right, if you liked sea-faring movies with big special effects.

    ‘-20 on the Rating Scale of Pukedom.

    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. I just got to tell you that I was just bored to tears watching this long and stupid movie. This one doesn’t earn the rights for an Academy Award 🙁
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. In one scene early in the movie, General Maximus (Russell Crowe) is a prisoner who is about to be executed. He is kneeling, with his hands securely bound. His executioner stands behind him with his sword-point on his neck, about to sever his spine. The next instant Crowe is on his feet, sword in-hand and with both hands free. What utter nonsense!!! The only reality in Hollywood today is that today’s movies have none. This movie, like most today, is annoyingly unrealistic. How can one possibly be “entertained” by such mindless garbage?

    In another scene, the Emperor (Joaquin Phoenix) tells Maximus that before his soldiers murdered his wife they raped her repeatedly, and she begged them for more. Today’s Hollywood loves to wallow in such filth! I do not, and I sincerely hope you don’t either.

    In short, this movie insulted my intelligence and assaulted my conscience, which is why I am giving it one star. Frankly, much of it doesn’t deserve that.

    BTW, I fully expect the negative responses to this review to outnumber positive responses seven to one, which is yet another indication of the serious trouble our culture, and our country, are in today.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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