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Plot: In 140 AD, twenty years after the unexplained disappearance of the entire Ninth Legion in the mountains of Scotland, young centurion Marcus Aquila (Tatum) arrives from Rome to solve the mystery and restore the reputation of his father, the commander of the Ninth. Accompanied only by his British… Runtime: 114 min Release Date: 11 Feb 2011
Excellent adaption from Sutcliff's novel (by rick7475)
I thoroughly enjoyed Rosemary Sutcliff's adventure novel and I felt this movie was true to the book, with a few changes that actually made the story better.First off, Sutcliff wrote a book for teen readers and the movie was done in such a way that I felt comfortable bringing my teenage son to see it. There was violence, owing to the times, but not graphic like most movies these days. In fact, people were killed or executed with most of the gory parts off screen or to the side so you didn't see the actual act. There was no sex or nudity, which for me is a nice change when I want to see <more>
a feature film for the story and not have these scenes thrown in for that type of audience.The story is an intelligent historical adventure bringing the viewer into an unknown world in Northern Scotland. It depicts accurately the relation between the conquering Romans and their subjugated Brittons and Celts. We see Roman period soldiers accurately represented and native Picts as they may have been without many historical records to verify their way of life .The movie is also about a friendship that builds between two men from opposite sides of the conflict and the bonds that build despite their differences in culture. There are lots of battles, beautiful scenery, and excitement.The movie follows Sutcliff's hunt for the 9th Legion Eagle, lost beyond Hadrian's Wall in the the mysterious land of the Picts, ruthless tribes of barbarians in present day Scotland. Despite some recent evidence that the 9th Legion was never destroyed in Scotland, the story is captivating and despite being fiction has a real authentic feel.I loved this movie and hope for more like it. 10/10
I caught this one yesterday. I really loved it. As a previous reviewer stated it is definitely an ancient story that really is about Amercian history as much as Roman. They delve into the questions of imperialism, and White/ native history. Other reviews cover this better than I do so, I will not go into it.This film also has the feel of a John Ford western. At times watching it I felt as if I was watching the Searchers with John Wayne.The basic premise is right out of ancient mythology, the father quest, or saving the father. In this case it is about redeeming the father and family name. The <more>
writers must have read their Joseph Campbell.What I like is that this film as the courage to be ambiguous. Who are the good guys, who are the bad guys? Especially well written is the sidekick character of Esca. Esca is equal to Marcus and and some ways better than he is. It took lots of guts to write him that way.I also love the unpredictability of the plot. We are never quite sure how things are going resolve themselves. In other words, how will they hero get out of this one? When they do the results are never hooky and are realistic.I definitely have to give this one 10 out of 10. Adventurous yet realistic. Confronts moral issues without being preachy. Certainly worth it in every way.
Where can I start, this film was great from start to finish the cast is great and did a excellent job in keeping me entertained throughout the movie, the fight/battle scenes are well thought out. I do not want to right a massive review with tuns & tuns of lines, my point is you have to watch this film to really appreciate it. Kevin Macdonald, Channing Tatum & Jamie Bell should be up for awards if the world has sense. In fact this film should be up for awards. All I can say it has great storyline and the camera-work spot on, Just watch it there will be no regrets! A true movie for men. <more>
AT THE MOMENT THERE IS A LOT OF FILMS OUT THERE GETTING PUSHED BY MEDIA WHICH HAVE SENSELESS PLOTS AND NO SUBSTANCE, ALL CGI BASED EFFECTS NO EMOTION INVOLVED.IF YOU WANT TO SEE A GENUINE FILM WATCH THIS YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT.
The Eagle wasn't desperate or overly ambitious— it was exactly what you'd want from a tale of friendship and adventure! I'd been prepared for a ten minute opening montage educating us on the socio-political climate of Roman-occupied Britain, but I was pleasantly surprised with the character focused introduction. I know it's a little unaware, but I didn't go see this movie for historical accuracy, or to be being preached to about the triumphs of the human spirit. It's a very simple story, but epic in its presentation. You get swept into their journey to find the lost <more>
Eagle and restore honor to Marcus's family. There are several graphic but never gory battles, and a memorable relationship evolving through the movie. The casting was on the money; it was a treat to see O'Hare Russell Edgington from True Blood , and Sutherland as Marcus's caring uncle. This is undoubtedly Channing's best work— he is completely believable as a leader but not infallible as we find out early in the movie when he is injured. Jamie Bell was brilliant as Esca; he has a lovely tortured look about him, with just a hint of unpredictability that makes him seem dangerous. I won't give it away but he has multiple reasons to want Marcus dead, which makes their friendship so compelling. As for the apparently huge Bromance issue, it's made even more obvious by the absence of a female lead, which I'm fine with. If there isn't a well developed female character, then I'm grateful we were spared the token hot-girl who contributes absolutely nothing to the plot other than to offset any male bonding that goes down later in the movie . The Eagle didn't need that; sexuality was never a character driving theme. There's definitely love and respect between Marcus and Esca, but don't expect them to have any chick flick moments. I only say this because some of the more clumsy interviewers have been harping on it, and it's tacky. Obviously if Channing and Bell ever did do a gay themed movie, I'd be thrilled/elated/first in line, but I'm not calling gay every time I see two guys next to each other having emotions. I guess people are going to see what they want to see— they're both really good looking guys risking their lives for each other, I get it. At the end of the day, the only thing I found lacking were parts of the dialogue, especially in the beginning. That's just nit-picking though. The Eagle was leagues above movies like Troy and Alexander in terms of heart, however don't go in expecting Gladiator-esque material. It may as well have been a classic sports flick, and the Eagle their Superbowl trophy— there's something distinctly American about it. You will however end up caring about the characters, which to me, makes a movie worth watching.
I loved the film, but the final scene was CHEESY. You spend the whole film with a sense of chivalry and honor, and then the end comes across as a TV movie-shame.Other that that, and the fact Tatum should be shirtless all the time if you want the women to go see it, it's a MAN's film, with no apologies. I hate the films of the period with all the romantic subplots. Men had women for sex, kids , and work. At least this film is honest in the portrayal of women and lets the men do what they do best-kill each other and hang out.If the film had one major positive, it was the sense of beauty <more>
that every scene seemed to capture. It was filmed like a work of art, and come Academy time, no matter what you think of the acting, a cinematography award nomination is in order. Like watching poetry in motion.i may see it again just to see the visuals.
I have heard mixed reviews for this movie mostly bad but I out those aside and went to see it anyway and it was GREAT! This movie is not so much about Action like I thought it did but the storyline was awesome also! Now people say this movie is bad because they use modern English when this movie takes place in Ancient Rome but it doesn't detract from the enjoyment! When the action comes though, man is it entertaining! It's great and very fun to watch and well directed! As for the cinematography and the director it was shot very nicely and looks great! So for all the doubters of this <more>
movie, ignore the reviews and go see it! I never read reviews and usually come out of most satisfied, as with this one! Go see Channing Tatum put on a show!
I thoroughly enjoyed this film. The CGI effects seem to have been kept under control, and so the film turned out to be more human than animation. The combat scenes were done in the current style of quick cuts where you just get a vague idea of what is going on, rather than actually being able to follow the blows being struck.The film seemed mostly faithful to Roman history. It gives a vivid illustration of why Hadrian's wall was built. But I am not totally sure the Roman Senate had a "branch" in Britain.The two leads Channing Tatum and Jamie Bell were perfectly suited to their <more>
roles, kind of like Hercules and his sidekick from 60s historical adventure films. But minus the corny jokes. There were no banquets with production numbers. And there was no "love interest" written in. And no magical effects or mythical creatures. And it was very easy to follow. And hugely entertaining.It's not art but it's rather good, regardless.
Not brilliant but an entertaining way to spend an evening (by emilykrycek-1)
I went into this movie not knowing what to expect, and in the end I was rather pleased with it. Beautiful cinematography, great fight scenes, an interesting story . . . The movie also pays incredible attention to detail and is not afraid of a little dirt; one small thing that stood out to me is when they're eating dinner at the uncle's house, and it's kind of dark in there. Movies are always trying to convince us that a few candles light a house just as well as modern electric lights, but this one reminds us that no, they're candles. It's little things like that I found <more>
compelling: the characters acquire dirt and grime as they travel, the costumes and buildings are quite detailed, the Britons up in the north speak Gaelic and nothing but Gaelic. Often in movies with foreign languages, the characters will speak that foreign language for a few lines then switch into English. But the Britons keep up their Gaelic, and they speak it smoothly and fluently, too.I really liked Channing Tatum and Jamie Bell, too. Tatum seems to be trying to speak very properly and it's rather odd, but he's good as a stoic young man who wants to be honorable and is tired of spending his entire life being chastised for a mistake that he did not make. Jamie Bell is rather fantastic as the slave who has every reason to hate Rome except for his growing respect for his Roman master; he's unpredictable and tortured and terribly interesting to watch.It's not a perfect movie--sometimes I wasn't sure that it knew what message it was trying to convey--but generally I liked it. I will probably purchase it when it comes out.
Channing Tatum makes this movie revolve around him (by socrates99)
I can relate to this story, a son of a soldier tries to restore the family name by returning the figure of an eagle to its rightful place, Roman Britain. It's unknown how his father lost it north of the Hadrian Wall but it was his duty to protect it like the honor of Rome itself, and he failed.As Ebert points out, there isn't much to glean from this film as to actual tactics, but they get across the feeling of all out warfare quite well. But to me the real treat of this film is not the imagining of Roman Britain, but the steadfast attitude and resolve of the hero, Marcus, played <more>
almost effortlessly by Channing Tatum. The trick is to instill in the men in the audience the feeling of being there, seeking to restore the family name despite the odds, and Channing is quite good at that. You pick it up from him somehow and that's amazing considering how far we are from Roman times. I would quibble about the portrayal of the barbarians, but all in all quite an enjoyable film.