Action-packed look at the beginnings of the fall of the Roman Empire. Here is the glory, the greed and grandeur that was Rome. Here is the story of personal lust for power, and the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Fall of the Roman Empire
Drawn from the same events that later inspired Gladiator, the film charts the power-hungry greed and father-son betrayal that led to Rome's collapse at the bloody hands of the Barbarians.
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Ingmar A (jp) wrote: A slow burn tale of family violence. Beautiful cinematography adds to the growing sense of horror that permeates this film.
Matt C (us) wrote: An odd film and very difficult to summarise, did we need 2 Capote films? Is it enough for a film to be acted excellently and little else? Does either film live up to the original novel and subsequent film adaptation? I'm not sure I felt any of those questions were answered for me.
David L (nl) wrote: I think i like this one, the story is...bit mixed up, but overall it is ok, got some strong singapore style plus those chikcen rice is good...THEN it is good to see tat "wok with yan" or someting, been long time already :)
Bryan B (fr) wrote: For some reason,out of all the Ghibli films this is the one that least appealed to me. At first the film seemed like the lovable mythological journey for which we know Ghibli to be. But when that emperor cat showed up (not the hero), with the jazzy voice and the snappy fingers, I just started to feel like it was too much of an author's attempt to be funny and cool. Following that, the story was okay, but never seemed to really catch my attention the way other Ghibli films do.Still a good film, just not up to par.I'm crazy about basically all of the other Ghibli films.
Mattias E (us) wrote: Classic Cinema City-produced minimalist drama from Ringo Lam with a great unpretentious gritty feel, far from the overworked excesses of his later works. Chow Yun Fat really excels in his part, making every gradual change in character believable. Here, as in the On Fire-trilogy as a whole, there's also a strong social pathos present, in Lam's ardent critique of insufficient social institutions.
Brian S (ca) wrote: THE best killer rat movie. Loved it from the first jaguar growl sound effect from the rats...
xGary X (ca) wrote: Crowmell tells the story of the man who was the driving force behind the English civil war and the father of English democracy. Oliver Cromwell is played with great intensity by Richard Harris as an honourable and incorruptible man who stuck by his principles despite the burden of his conscience; the fact that he was also a bigoted religious zealot, bullying imperialist and war criminal are all conveniently glossed over. But it would be in a film called "Cromwell", wouldn't it. Alec Guiness juggles the arrogance and inflexibility of Charles I and his refusal to relinquish absolute power even though his life depended upon it, with his more human side as a loving father. It also has some (for the time at least) epic battle sequences but it is very stagy, and may not quicken the pulses of those without an interest in politics and history. A well made and well acted historical drama that resembles an illustrated (albeit not entirely accurate) history lesson rather than Braveheart-like popular entertainment.
Orlok W (ru) wrote: YOU Share The Viewpoint of the Crankiest Marlowe in Cinema--Film noir with a unique twist!!