After years of decline, the Roman Empire is desperate to recapture its past. Amidst war and political confusion, Urbina Prima schemes to make her son, Cassius, the next emperor. The only thing standing in their way is Maximus, a once great Roman commander with his own dreams of nobility. Can Rome reclaim its glory, or will the chaos lead to civil war?Written by
Grindstone Entertainment Group, LLC.
Would have liked more action scenes but what is present is very well done but more needed. Like the various slow mo and speed up in action sequences. Performances by all major characters is excellent. Missing some sound fx in what I saw, so is empty in places which is a shame, because it wrecks some important scenes, I find it almost distracting. Would enjoy seeing more of these characters, as they are very interesting although should have been shorter overall, it's too slow in places A TV series would be excellent idea as there are a number of intricate plots in work here that would really work into numerous segments of TV series. Michelle Lukes is especially a good villainess. Tom McKay has much appeal as the hero, and Brian Caspe is evil defined on the verge of madness, yet just holding back from that edge. Overall quite enjoyable.
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