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          Gladiator (2000)

          2:45 | Trailer
          A former Roman General sets out to exact vengeance against the corrupt emperor who murdered his family and sent him into slavery.


          Ridley Scott


          David Franzoni (story), David Franzoni (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
          127 ( 5)
          Top Rated Movies #43 | Won 5 Oscars. Another 54 wins & 102 nominations. See more awards »



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          Cast overview, first billed only:
          Russell Crowe ... Maximus
          Joaquin Phoenix ... Commodus
          Connie Nielsen ... Lucilla
          Oliver Reed ... Proximo
          Richard Harris ... Marcus Aurelius
          Derek Jacobi ... Gracchus
          Djimon Hounsou ... Juba
          David Schofield ... Falco
          John Shrapnel ... Gaius
          Tomas Arana ... Quintus
          Ralf Moeller ... Hagen
          Spencer Treat Clark ... Lucius
          David Hemmings ... Cassius
          Tommy Flanagan ... Cicero
          Sven-Ole Thorsen ... Tigris


          Maximus is a powerful Roman general, loved by the people and the aging Emperor, Marcus Aurelius. Before his death, the Emperor chooses Maximus to be his heir over his own son, Commodus, and a power struggle leaves Maximus and his family condemned to death. The powerful general is unable to save his family, and his loss of will allows him to get captured and put into the Gladiator games until he dies. The only desire that fuels him now is the chance to rise to the top so that he will be able to look into the eyes of the man who will feel his revenge. Written by Chris "Morphy" Terry

          Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


          The general who became a slave. The slave who became a gladiator. The gladiator who defied an empire. See more »


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          Release Date:

          25 May 2000 (Hong Kong) See more »

          Also Known As:

          Gladiador See more »

          Filming Locations:

          Morocco See more »


          Box Office


          $103,000,000 (estimated)

          Opening Weekend USA:

          $34,819,017, 7 May 2000

          Gross USA:


          Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

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          Technical Specs


          | (Extended Edition)

          Sound Mix:

          SDDS | DTS (Digital DTS Sound)| Dolby Digital | Dolby Atmos



          Aspect Ratio:

          2.39 : 1
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          Did You Know?


          The character of Maximus is fictional, although in some respects, he resembles the historical figures Narcissus (Commodus' real-life murderer, and the character's name in the first draft of the screenplay), Spartacus (who led a significant slave revolt), Cincinnatus (a farmer, who became dictator, saved Rome from invasion, then resigned his six-month appointment after fifteen days), and Marcus Nonius Macrinus (a trusted General, Consul in 154 A.D., and friend of Marcus Aurelius). See more »


          After the first fight in the Colosseum, Commodus refers to the battle being reenacted as "The Battle of Carthage." It was actually called "The Battle of Zama," as it took place on the plain of Zama. Carthage stood for decades after Hannibal's defeat, until the 3rd Punic War. See more »


          Lucilla: Is Rome worth one good man's life? We believed it once. Make us believe it again. He was a soldier of Rome. Honor him.
          Gracchus: Who will help me carry him?
          [Gladiators surround Maximus to carry him out of the arena]
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          Crazy Credits

          Both the Dreamworks & Universal logos are altered to appear gold in color so they match the opening theme of Maximus walking through a wheatfield. See more »

          Alternate Versions

          A 171-minute extended version incorporating formerly deleted scenes has been created specifically for DVD release. See more »


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          A nail biting, intense modern epic!
          3 May 2000 | by gregatorySee all my reviews

          Most films require that the viewer identifies with the character to truly be engrossed with the film. If you can't feel something for the character, than the audience is lost.

          Luckily, in Ridley Scott's case, Russel Crowe is so captivating and convincing as a general loved by his troops and as a slave loved by the people that the movie really works. Possibly one of the greatest actors today, Crowe carries this epic film on his very capable shoulders.

          Not to say that he is the only reason this works. The supporting cast, most notably Connie Neilsen, buoy the film to new perspectives.

          Jacquin Phoenix definitely captures the egotisitcal persona he should display, stealing every scene he's in. Phoenix will surely be put on the map with Gladiator.

          But the real shining star in this film are the incredible action sequences which jolt the viewer right in with the opening sequences, as Maximus' true worth to the Roman Empire is displayed. Scott's camera work within these completed sequences takes a modern twist that really works for the gruesome scenes.

          Crowe will now get the respect he deserves for this collosal performance. Gladiator makes the most of its 2 and a half hours, marking a triumphant comeback for the long forgotten epics of the classic days of film. ALL HAIL MAXIMUS!

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