Drama • G • 1963 • 4 hr 8 min
Very long but with some good performances. Astonishing to think about the size and cost of the production.
It's a great (and long) movie but the production value on this is simply amazing. A sublime vision.
Fantastic epic of the story of Cleopatra vast sets and incredible acting ahead of its time
An over the top spectacle, a little too long but there was some good acting in it
La película más cara de la historia, hasta hoy es un gran espectáculo visual, un clásico.
Keeps your attention for 4h! No wonder it's the most expensive movie ever, it looks incredible! I was really enjoying most of the dialogs!
One of the most expensive films of all time and you definitely notice it in this monumental film. An absolute classic in Film History
My image of Liz Taylor was always more of someone from the Golden Girls than a movie star. Until I started watching these classics.
Elizabeth Taylor was absolutly gorgeous in Cleopatra. Beautiful photography but a little slow, but it's a classic.
Long and tiring movie but still pretty cool
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