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Warrior Queen (2003)
"Boudica" (original title)

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Boudica, the Warrior Queen on Britain, leads her tribe into rebellion against the Roman Empire and the mad Emperor of Rome Nero.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Magior the Shaman
Alex Hassell ...
Roman Officer
James Clyde ...
Roman Sergeant
Angus Wright ...


It's the first century, and Rome rules the world. After her husband's death, it's left to Boudica -fierce Iceni warrior, wife of a king, and proud mother of two daughters- to unite the fractious tribes of Briton and stand against the oppressive Roman Empire. Written by L. Hamre

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Action | Drama | History | War

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12 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Warrior Queen  »

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1.78 : 1
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Alex Kingston (Boudica) and Frances Barber (Agrippina the Younger) both went on to play important supporting characters on Doctor Who (2005). See more »

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Definitely dud of the year. Imagine Lord of the rings done on home video by people off the street!
29 September 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

I don't want to spoil this for any future viewer but this show will probably never be shown again. There are few facts known about Boudica, except that she burned London and Colchester and that she was whipped, her daughters raped and she took her revenge. In this feeble production, London and Colchester are a set of tent encampments- which the cast ludicrously describe as a 'big city.' The actors either shout a lot or sleepwalk through their parts. Nero is made up for a silent movie and, given the script, its a pity that it wasn't. They threw in the salacious bits - Nero fumbling with his mother's dress- poisoning and threatening, but in the language of a wide boy. At every point where you would expect some dramatic and memorable words, the script degenerates into soap opera. The battle scenes were large and animated but unengaging. The story was corrupted into another 'look how beastly they're being to the Celts' whinge with the usual dreary 'Celtic' solo singer and predictable 'magical' swords and a fey Scots magician on hand to give senseless advice. In fact, no clichee was left untouched. The high and important issues about power and oppression were treated like captions in a picture story in a teen mag.

So who was it for? Historians? hardly; Adults? only for porn value; Kids, only those who have never seen 'The Mummy' or 'Lord of the Rings'- This was like Lord of the Rings done on home video with a cast off the street. There were some talented actors involved, but this was no showcase for their abilities!

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Why does everyone dislike the Romans? Scarface8890
Yikes . . . Miriam626
More dumbing-down of history... john_london
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