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More titanic than any story ever told!

Oct 06,1960

Hollywood Movies | Drama | Action | History

Ratings: 7 / 10 from

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Length: 197 Minute(s)
Spartacus is a 1960 American historical drama film directed by Stanley Kubrick and based on the novel of the same name by Howard Fast about the historical life of Spartacus and the Third Servile War. The film stars Kirk Douglas as the rebellious slave Spartacus who leads a violent revolt against the decadent Roman empire. The film was awarded four Oscars and stands today as one of the greatest classics of the Sword and Sandal genre.
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nudity Suggested MPAA rating: PG-13 for Battle Sequences and Sensuality including Nudity Sex and Nudity: 4/10 A woman strips naked for a man, and he looks her body over with pleasure. We only see her shoulders and up. A woman goes skinny dipping, and we see her bare buttocks and her breasts. Her husband then arrives, he looks her over, and she gets out of the lake. They start kissing and hugging, and sex is implied. It is implied that a man is homosexual, but nothing is shown A scene at the Roman bathhouses where Roman men are swimming and bathing. A woman becomes pregnant out of wedlock, but the sex is not shown.
violence Violence: 7/10 Surprisingly brutal for 1960. A major battle scene in which soldiers are stabbed, decapitated and have limbs hacked off. Many are set on fire, and several are stabbed in close up shots with blood splurting out. We see bloodied swords, and an arm is hacked off on center screen. We later see the aftermath of the battle, with many dead and bloodied bodies. A slave kills his oppressor by drowning him in boiling water--disturbing. A battle where the slaves revolt, and many on both sides are killed with blood. Several gladiator fights. Combatants are stabbed and sliced repeatedly, with bloody results. The bloodiest scenes in the film are not battle scenes, but tracking shots of the bloody aftermath.
profanity Profanity: 2/10 Infrequent mild language is used.
alcohol Some drinking.
frightening An intense battle, plus numerous intense gladiatorial fights.

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