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The Eagle (Unrated) 2011

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4.7 out of 5 stars (3) IMDb 6.2/10

In 2nd-century Britain, a Roman soldier (Channing Tatum) embarks on a dangerous quest to restore the reputation of his father in this thrilling Unrated version not seen in theaters!

Starring:
Channing Tatum, István Göz
Runtime:
1 hour, 54 minutes

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Genres Drama, Adventure, Action
Director Kevin Macdonald
Starring Channing Tatum, István Göz
Supporting actors Bence Gerö, Denis O'Hare, Paul Ritter, Zsolt László, Julian Lewis Jones, Aladár Laklóth, Marcell Miklós, Bálint Magyar, Ferenc Pataki, Bálint Antal, Lukács Bicskey, Douglas Henshall, James Hayes, Donald Sutherland, András Faragó, Jamie Bell, Simon Paisley Day, Dakin Matthews
Studio NBCU
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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I am always interested in period movies, based in historical fact, add points for Roman movies. This story is rooted in historical fact - to a point - but so fictionalized it leaves the realm of history pretty quickly. Still it's a good story with a well-done production. I liked it. I'll watch it again!
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THE EAGLE (a/k/a THE EAGLE OF THE NINTH, 2011) is a simple film to review, appreciate, critique - but the sadly difficult part is exposing its faults. Here I find those faults to be the director's.

Marcus Flavius Aquila (Channing Tatum with a particularly silly, obvious name) is a tormented commander in the Roman Army in Britain. His father Flavius (Aladár Laklóth, seen only in GLADIATOR-type flashbacks), who commanded the 9th Legion in northern Britain, has been missing in action, along with the legion, for years. Presumed dead and disgraced for losing the golden Roman eagle standard, Flavius' only son Marcus is determined to somehow find and return the eagle.

It is the reason Marcus is in Britannia instead of Rome.

Here enters Celtic slave Esca of the Brigantii Tribe (Jamie Bell, a big hero of mine and last seen in 2008's DEFIANCE, vid. my review). Now a slave to Marcus' uncle (Donald Sutherland in a role far too small), Esca is given to Marcus and devotes himself after Marcus saves his life. This is Jamie's 13th film as it happens, and a somewhat lucky 13 it is for him. His portrayal is sensitive and intense. You can't help but fall in love with Jamie Bell - and I certainly did, a long time ago.

The "big gosh-darned quest" begins - with Marcus determined to somehow find the eagle and return it to Rome. He decides he and Esca will cross Hadrian's Wall to find the thing. Esca, as a good Celt, has pledged his life to Marcus and what the film naturally will not show in any real way is that Esca has also determined to give his heart to Marcus as well - it was the Celtic way. This film is, in fact, about the love that blossoms between Esca and Marcus.
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By KerriN on February 16, 2016
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Good story. I happen to love historical movies and Channing Tatum played his role in a believing way.
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