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Amazons and Gladiators (2001)

A slave dancer is freed from her Roman masters by an Amazon warrior and is trained as an Amazon warrior and seeks vengeance on the ambitious corrupt Roman general who attacked her village and slain her family.

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Crassius
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Ione
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Lucius
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Serena
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Gwyned
Melanie Gutteridge ...
Briana
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Zenobia
Janina Matekonyte ...
B'Shara
Darius Miniotas ...
Dance Master
Rona Waddington ...
Lead Dancer (as Rona Wadington)
Tomas Ereminas ...
Gallo
Gabija Danileviciute ...
Young Serena
Lauren Wilcox ...
Young Briana
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Storyline

During the Roman Empire, General Crassius ruled a small province with an Iron fist. Serena, a young girl in a village, watches Crassius kill her parents. Crassius and Serena's destiny would lead them to the Gladiator ring; the Amazons Warrior vs the Roman General. Written by Zachary Weintraub

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The fight is just beginning.


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Rated R for sexuality and violence | See all certifications »

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28 April 2011 (India)  »

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Amazonas y gladiadores  »

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Melanie Gutteridge (Briana) would later go on to star as PC Emma Keane in "The Bill". See more »

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Crassius (or more correctly Crassus) makes reference to the Colosseum in Rome. He was killed in 53 BCE and the building of the Colosseum (Amphitheatrum Flavium) did not start until 72 CE. See more »

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[A slave discovers Serena and Briana disguised as dancing girls:]
Briana: "It's okay: we're Amazons!"
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References Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) See more »

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Sometimes Breasts Aren't Enough
15 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Thank the gods I didn't pay to rent this. Obviously intended as a cheap T&A knockoff of GLADIATOR, this flick is lamer than your average episode of Xena.

A bunch of Amazonian warriors hide in the woods outside Rome, intent on battling the mighty Roman army. They revel in their sisterhood, which would be fine if this was a woman's rights movie instead of a sexploitation flick. The only things viewers are asked to revel in are fur covered push-up bras and midriff bearing outfits (hardly the best protection against the brutal weather). But this isn't a skin flick, my friends. It's a badly scripted, badly acted, B movie. Cleavage is a secondary consideration.

My favorite piece of cheesy dialog, and it's difficult to single out one exchange in a movie rife with it, occurs between the Amazon leader and the newest arrival.

Leader: "Your training begins tomorrow." New arrival: "What training?" Leader: "Amazon training." Need I say more?


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