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A warrior and not a politician, Coriolanus found the citizens of Rome turning against him. As he sought to wreak his anger on the city, it was left to his mother to prevent a bloody battle. A compelling study of family, loyalty, war and politics, and an acclaimed production well-served by an experienced cast. Being from the BBC stable it can be relied on as a top notch and faithful version of the play. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

In an attempt to anchor King Arthur's existence in some kind of historical reality, the filmmakers behind this update of the Arthurian legend have focused on the politics of the time (set roughly around the time the Romans were leaving our sceptred isle) and left alone the more traditional, supernatural elements associated with the legend. The result is a bewildering affair mixing Braveheart-esque realism (lots of gristle and gore in the Directors Cut, and subtitles enforcing the story's hypothe find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Mixing Roman history with ancient British mythology, "The Last Legion" takes place as the Roman empire is crumbling and the Emperor Romulus is fleeing for his life across Britannia, where his fate depends on an enigmatic Byzantine warrior and a mythical sword called Excalibur. Despite the presence of veterans like Colin Firth and Ben Kingsley "The Last Legion" is let down by some very shoddy production, when the battlements of a Roman stronghold look like they are made of MDF and poster paint it find out more...