Roccia and a band of fellow gladiators join forces with a patrician named Glaucus Valerius to replace Nero, (and his evil henchman, Tigelinus), with a new emperor: Servius Galba. During the... See full summary »
a film like many others from period. heroic, childish, far from historical facts, a basket with too many fruits and a few drops of romance as spice. so, it is not exactly a bad film but only result of a fashion and exercise to conquer a large public. the acting is insignificant, the fight scenes - almost nice, the slices from Captaine Fracasse - decent. nothing memorable. only the old story about good guy and his fellows against the bad guy and the shining of final victory. so, it is difficult to blame it. crumb from a golden age , piece from a chain, it is only a film for fun, without great ambitions or a lot of expectations.
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