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In ancient Scotland, a Roman officer named Quintus Dias (Michael Fassbender) is liberated from his Pictish captors by the Ninth Legion. The soldiers are in pursuit of the Picts' leader, and Quintus joins their quest. Soon after, the Romans' Pictish guide betrays them, resulting in the slaughter of all but a handful of men. Quintus and his fellow survivors try desperately to reach safety as enemy warriors pick them off one by one.
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    Movies, Action, Adventure, Thriller, Swords And Sandals


    CastDominic West, David Morrissey, Michael Fassbender, Olga Kurylenko, Noel Clarke
    DirectorNeil Marshall
    Genre:  Action, Adventure
    Release Date:  August 27, 2010
    MPAA Rating:  R
    Runtime:  1 hr. 37 min.
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    review by . August 30, 2010
    posted in Movie Hype
    Neil Marshall Incorporates Blood, Violent, Gore and Substance in This Epic-Adventure!
    The name Neil Marshall is enough to draw me in seeing a film since I was real impressed with “Dog Soldiers” and I liked “The Descent” for its "girls who fight back" overtones; also, despite my disappointments with “Doomsday”, I didn’t hate that one at all. This time, Marshall goes for the swordplay-historical epic theme with his film “CENTURION” that he wrote and directed himself. The film is based on the story of the Ninth …
    review by . December 23, 2011
    posted in Movie Hype
    A lance arcs down and hits an eyeball; gobs of blood arc out. Wow!
    Centurion, a Roman empire epic set in Britain in 117 AD, has many of those qualities we see in the best of this genre: A plot line as empty as Gladiator’s; self-polishing abs breast plates for all officers; The Life of Brian’s historical attention to accuracy. It adds blood arcing for some distance into the sky when a lance meets an eyeball. And there are two feral lady barbarians, one blond with what looks like bad teeth (Aeron, played by Axelle Carolyn) and one brunette, whose teeth …
    review by . January 17, 2011
    posted in Movie Hype
    ** out of ****     It took "Doomsday" for me to realize just how strange Neil Marshall's "The Descent" looks on his entire filmography. "The Descent" is a great horror film and always will be, but Marshall seems more content with B-Movies than he is with actual masterpieces. Still, I have always expressed interest in his work. I think he is talented at what he does, although little by little, he might be loosing my support. While "Centurion" ultimately fails to be the first "bad" …
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