Messalina (played by gorgeous Betty Roland) is a power-hungry nymphomaniac who will stop at nothing to become Empress of Rome. She brings herself to the attention of Caligula by battling in the gladiator arena and it is not long before she achieves her goal, upsetting the Emperor's youngest sister Agrippina, who hopes that her son Nero will eventually become ruler of Rome. Agrippina successfully plots Caligula's downfall, but Messalina rains on her parade by immediately jumping into the sack with his successor, Claudius. But naughty old Messalina can't commit herself to one man, and shags everyone in sight, including a grotesque, but well-endowed, frequenter of brothels, a randy midget, her eunuch(!?!?) and an ex-lover. When she ends up pregnant, and it is obvious that the father is not Claudius (since he has been away fighting in foreign lands), Agrippina finally sees her opportunity to be rid of her nemesis once and for all.
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Berend v (kr) wrote: Where can I buy the english version?
Christopher D (jp) wrote: One of the best endings I've seen in a movie. It had that amazing quality of letting you expect what's going to happen and surprisingly giving it to you anyway. That's really tricky territory to maneuver but the movie managed quite fine. The movie had some very cheesy moments but was full of potential.
Peter R (es) wrote: This movie is animated nicely, but it has a lot of problems that need to be fixed. It is filled with bad writing, some examples of this are the part where some of the female apes think that Tarzan shouldn't be with them as well as the part where Zugor thinks that Tarzan is not human or an ape, but some other animal and another example is where Tarzan actually believes that he is not human or ape but some other animal; these parts hurt the movie a lot. What also hurts this movie is its crappy music, its highly annoying characters and the zero amount of humor that it generates. This is a primary example of a movie that looks good but isn't. 1.5/10 - This movie was made only to appeal to retarded children by looks of it and the fact that it does nothing right other than look good.
Wendy C (br) wrote: Ha! It's an interesting and touching movie! We sometimes need to take a spicy return of our lives.
Evan K (fr) wrote: Pretty much on par with the first film in terms of quality, but you can definitely tell the increased confidence in the storytelling and acting moving forward and going on eventually to set up the following editions.
Andrew L (ag) wrote: The first of many dud sequels. Almost a step-by-step repeat of the first film
PJ E (gb) wrote: This was an interesting and dry movie. That probably doesn't make much sense but it was dense in terms of content and interesting in terms of context. I kinda figured out what was going on but it was still pretty food nonetheless. Not for all audiences though.
Timm S (gb) wrote: Very Quaint, Touching Tale With A Fantastic Ending. The Beginnings Of Mike's Talents Start To Blossom Here With Fat Bastard Clearly An Off-Shoot Of The Rude Insaciable Scotsman Seen Here, Which Is Actually Based On His Dad. Ha!
Tiana W (de) wrote: I cried my eyes out.
Gregory W (ag) wrote: good stuff 4/15/2011 rewatch: thought the story been done b4 this odd couple pairing of gable & garson works doesn't hurt to have great supporting cast includinng thomas mitchell (stagecoach).
J K (ag) wrote: All the Abbott and Costello movies had the same foruma: Have some dopey musical where a good-looking lead actor tries to win the heart of the cutie blonde in curls. These two schmucks laugh it up to make you forget the plot is pointless. They break out into silly song and dance. You don't laugh once.