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There is a lot of good action with a very good story line.
After watching, I can only think that I was not entertained by this movie and I truly feel like I wasted almost two hours I can never get back.
The Roman Empire is attempting to complete the conquest of Britain, but is facing fierce resistance from the northern tribes, the Picts.
Pretty adventure film set in Roman-era Britain. Compares favorably with "The Last Legion", also set in that era.Published 9 days ago by Neil OCONNOR
Watchable because it is well acted (especially by Dominic West), starkly beautiful in its cinematography and grittily realistic in its depiction of warfare, this account of the... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Edmund Marlowe
I really liked this movie. Colin Firth and Sir Ben Kingsley are very good. Set in the time of the collapse of the Roman empire.
An entertaining movie.
This was an interesting movie. It had a good plot line. It was "enthusiastically gory" as the back cover touts. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Hawken
A movie of action, passed in northern Britain in AD 117. It shows us an imaginary fight between the picts, a people who lived there before the romans come, and the ninth legion of... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Luiz Antonio Silva de Luna Dias
What a brilliant film! Sort of `Gladiator' meets `Last of the Mohicans', superbly acted by plenty of well known faces (Jimmy McNulty from `The Wire' was a bit of a surprise! Read morePublished 17 days ago by Willy Eckerslike
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|What really happened to the 9th legion?||
The 9th legion existed after the period of the film. It was last recorded on the Rhine. Incidently when three whole legions were ambushed and annihilated in Germany earlier in 9AD, unlike the end of the fictious film, no effort was made to hide the fact, but the numbers were retired.
Feb 15, 2011 by Brianuspugnatus | See all 2 posts