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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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Zachary Weintraub
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Patrick Bergin ... Crassius
Jennifer Rubin ... Ione
Richard Norton ... Lucius
Nichole Hiltz ... Serena
Wendi Winburn ... Gwyned
Melanie Gutteridge ... Briana
Mary Tamm ... Zenobia
Janina Matekonyte Janina Matekonyte ... B'Shara
Darius Miniotas Darius Miniotas ... Dance Master
Rona Waddington Rona Waddington ... Lead Dancer (as Rona Wadington)
Tomas Ereminas Tomas Ereminas ... Gallo
Gabija Danileviciute Gabija Danileviciute ... Young Serena
Lauren Wilcox 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.


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for sexuality and violence | See all certifications »

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Trivia

Richard Norton is 18 years older than Nichole Hiltz. See more »

Goofs

The general who defeated Spartacus was not Crassius (played by Patrick Bergin) but Marcus Licinius Crassus. See more »

Quotes

Serena: If you hurt any more slaves or Amazons, or I hear about any more women being abused, then I shall return and kill you all!"
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References Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) See more »

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Nice but...
14 December 2004 | by damien-55See all my reviews

Well, the DVD's cover does a good (but tricky) job. You think it might be a relatively nice movie shot for TV. Like Helen of Troy, Jason and the argonauts, or Odyssey.

But actually, the only reason to see this movie is for the few beautiful, and half-naked women who try to cope with a terrible director and a really bad script and story based on Ridley Scott's Gladiator. Especially the little girl in the beginning acts really bad. It was quite disappointing. I hope some of the actors get a break in the future.

The movie screams it was very low-budget. They must have used except the forest shots, 5 or 6 scenes, most of them in a dressed back-lot.

The worst mistake (except inaccuracies like amazons in the same era with romans) was that everyone is clean. In that period women didn't look like a Playboy centerfold. And people were dirty-looking. They look extremely sharp. Like they took their furs from the laundry! LOL!

Anyway, as I said, if you pass one the beautiful babes, a Xena episode is far more dramatic and action-packed.

I don't regret for my $2 for the DVD rental though. Even B-movies and first-time actors got to make a living.


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USA | Germany

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 April 2011 (India) See more »

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Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color
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