History • PG-13 • 1960 • 3 hr 17 min
this film really angered me i cant believe he was actually morbius in the end
Classic film for sure, still very solid action sequences and all around a solid film
Not a kubrickian movie more kirk douglas movie
Kubrick has never made a bad movie. That being said this is pretty cut and dry, pretty “safe” for him but pretty great regardless.
The most non-Kubrick film of Stanley Kubrick, which combines Kubrick's special look and popular epic films of the fifties.
One of the better sword-and-sandal epics
Classic movie. It was the Gladiator before there was a Gladiator movie that revitalized the genre
It’s very Ben-Hur inspired, but Douglas is great & the production quality & scale is still impressive to this day. Heartbreaking ending.
Classic Roman empire epic with a brilliant performance by Kirk Douglas as Spartacus
Iconic. Has one of the best endings in the history of cinema. I AM SPARTACUS
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