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Director: Doug Lefler     Starring: Ben Kingsley Colin Firth
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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 219575881
UPC: 883476031705
UPC 14: 00883476031705
Category Keywords: Action  Adventure  Adventurers  Theatrical Release
Rating: Game Rating Code
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A war epic with amazing action. A legendary warrior arises to unite a group of clans against an onslaught of besieging enemy hordes.
Editor's Note
THE LAST LEGION is a reason to rejoice for action fans who prefer their battle scenes to be composed of flesh and blood rather than megabytes. Based on the novel by Valerio Manfredi, this is a sword-and-sandal epic that deftly weaves a tale of the fall of the Roman Empire with myth and magic, giving us plenty of swordplay and liberal doses of knowingly corny humor. In Rome of 476 A.D., 12-year-old Romulus Augustus (Thomas Sangster) is to be crowned emperor at the same time that barbarian king Odoacer (Peter Mullan) arrives with his fierce warriors--led by brutish Wulfila (Kevin McKidd)--to slaughter everyone in sight. With his family dead, young Romulus is captured and taken, along with his teacher--the wise mystic Ambrosinus (Ben Kingsley)--to the island of Capri. Learning that the Byzantine Empire has offered a safe haven for Romulus, surviving Roman soldier Aurelius (Colin Firth) teams up with fierce female warrior Mira (Aishwarya Rai) and sets out to retrieve the boy. Deceit on the part of the Byzantines, however, necessitates that Aurelius change direction for Britannia, home of the last safe outpost for Romans.

In an era where every thrill-ride film strives to be louder, bloodier, and more boundary-stretching than the next, THE LAST LEGION shows a charming, family-friendly restraint. The cast, led by two veteran English actors (Kingsley and Firth, the good guys), two fine Scottish actors (Mullan and McKidd, the baddies), and a Bollywood superstar (Rai, grand in her action sequence), is clearly having a blast. With rousing, elaborate (and bloodless) battle scenes, liberal humor, and a neat twist at its conclusion, this is old-fashioned B-movie making in the best sense of the word.


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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Universal (Music)
Video Release Date Release Date: 11/18/2014
Video Play Time Running Time: 102 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2007
Video UPC UPC: 00883476031705
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Ben Kingsley
Video Cast Info Aishwarya Rai
Video Cast Info Iain Glen
Video Cast Info John Hannah
Video Cast Info Thomas Sangster
Video Cast Info Peter Mullan
Video Cast Info Rupert Friend
Video Cast Info Kevin McKidd
Video Cast Info Colin Firth
Video Cast Info Patrick Doyle - Composer
Video Cast Info Raffaella De Laurentiis - Producer
Video Cast Info Tom Butterworth - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Marco Pontecorvo - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Carlo Carlei - Story
Video Cast Info Peter Rader - Story
Video Cast Info Valerio Manfredi - Story
Video Cast Info Tarak Ben Ammar - Producer
Video Cast Info Martha De Laurentiis - Producer
Video Cast Info Valerio Manfredi - Source Writer
Video Cast Info Jez Butterworth - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Doug Lefler - Director

Professional Reviews

Sight and Sound
"THE LAST LEGION replaces sheer spectacle with a densely written stream of political intrigue, attacks, chases and escapes..." 01/01/2008 p.78-80

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