Rezension des Films "Gladiator" von Regisseur Ridley Scott und von dass Proximo dereinst selbst Gladiator war und von Kaiser Marcus Aurelius persönlich. Gladiator - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Sklave an den Gladiatorentrupp des Ex-Kämpfers Proximo (Oliver Reed) verkauft wird. als Sklaven an die Gladiatorenschule von Antonius Proximo, einem ehemaligen Gladiator. Als Gladiator ist Maximus ähnlich erfolgreich wie einst als Feldherr.
7 Schauspieler, die fürs Kino digital wiederbelebt wurdenRezension des Films "Gladiator" von Regisseur Ridley Scott und von dass Proximo dereinst selbst Gladiator war und von Kaiser Marcus Aurelius persönlich. Oliver Reeds letzte Rolle war die des ehemaligen Gladiators Antonius Proximo in Ridley Scotts Kassenschlager Gladiator aus dem Jahr Gladiator Schauspieler, Cast & Crew. Liste der Besetung: Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix, Gladiator - Cast & Crew Proximo | 22 Fans. Bekannt für. Die Brut.
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Shadows and dust, Maximus! Proximo : Ultimately, we're all dead men. Sadly, we cannot choose how but, what we can decide is how we meet that end, in order that we are remembered, as men.
Proximo : Congratulations, you have very persuasive friends. Lucilla : My brother's had Gracchus arrested. We daren't wait any longer. We must leave tonight.
Proximo will be here t midnight and take you to the gate. Your servant, Cicero will be waiting there with horses. Maximus : You have done all this?
Lucilla : Yes. Lucilla : I have much to pay for. Maximus : You have nothing to pay for. You love your son, you are strong for him. Lucilla : I am tired of being strong.
Maximus : Because your father chose me. Lucilla : No because my father loved you Maximus : A long time ago.
Maximus : shakes his head, touches her face with his finger You laughed more. Instead, he walked across the courtyard in full view of the soldiers, and set the gladiators free.
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Rate This. Reed returned to Hammer for The Brigand of Kandahar , playing a villainous Indian in an imperial action film for Gilling. He later called it the worst film he ever made for Hammer.
He had a regular role in the TV series R3 Reed's career stepped up another level when he starred in the popular comedy film The Jokers , his second film with Winner, alongside Michael Crawford.
NPR , 27 March Reed's star rose further as a result of playing Bill Sikes in Oliver! It was a huge hit, winning the Academy Award for Best Picture , with Reed receiving praise for his villainous performance.
More successful than either was his fourth film with Russell, a film version of Women in Love , in which he wrestled naked with Alan Bates in front of a log fire.
An anecdote holds that Reed could have been chosen to play James Bond. In , Bond franchise producers Albert R.
Broccoli and Harry Saltzman were looking for a replacement for Sean Connery and Reed who had recently played a resourceful killer in The Assassination Bureau was mentioned as a possible choice for the role, with Timothy Dalton and Roger Moore as the other choices.
After Reed's death, the Guardian Unlimited called the casting decision, "One of the great missed opportunities of post-war British movie history.
In March he said he would make a film, The Offering , which he would co-write and produce, but it was not made. His next project with Ken Russell was Tommy where he plays Tommy's cruel stepfather, based on The Who 's concept album Tommy and starring its lead singer Roger Daltrey.
He had a cameo in Russell's Lisztomania Reed returned to the horror genre as Dr. From the s onwards Reed's films had less success.
He did a comedy for Charles B. Griffith , Dr. Heckyl and Mr. Hype and played Gen. Rodolfo Graziani in Lion of the Desert , which co-starred Anthony Quinn and chronicled the resistance to Italy 's occupation of Libya.
Reed was a villain in Disney's Condorman and did the horror film Venom Clash of Loyalties , which dealt with Leachman's exploits during the revolution in Mesopotamia modern-day Iraq.
He says he was contemplating quitting acting when Nicolas Roeg cast him in Castaway as the middle aged Gerald Kingsland , who advertises for a "wife" played by Amanda Donohoe to live on a desert island with him for a year.
Most of these were exploitation films produced by the impresario Harry Alan Towers filmed in South Africa at the time of apartheid and released straight to video in the United States and UK.
His final role was the elderly slave dealer Proximo in Ridley Scott 's Gladiator , in which he played alongside Richard Harris ,  an actor whom Reed admired greatly both on and off the screen.
The film is loosely based on real events that occurred within the Roman Empire in the latter half of the 2nd century AD.
As Ridley Scott wanted to portray Roman culture more accurately than in any previous film, he hired several historians as advisors.
Nevertheless, some deviations from historical fact were made to increase interest, maintain narrative continuity, and for practical or safety reasons.
Scott also stated that due to the influence of previous films affecting the public perception of what ancient Rome was like, some historical facts were "too unbelievable" to include.
For instance in an early version of the script, gladiators would have been carrying out product endorsements in the arena; while this would have been historically accurate, it was not filmed for fear that audiences would think it anachronistic.
At least one historical advisor resigned due to these changes. Another asked not to be mentioned in the credits though it was stated in the director's commentary that he constantly asked, "where is the proof that certain things were exactly like they say?
Historian Allen Ward of the University of Connecticut believed that historical accuracy would not have made Gladiator less interesting or exciting, stating, "creative artists need to be granted some poetic license, but that should not be a permit for the wholesale disregard of facts in historical fiction".
Costumes in the film are rarely historically correct. Some of the soldiers wear fantasy helmets.
The bands wrapped around their lower arms were rarely worn. Their appearance is the product of a filmic stereotype whereby historical films depict peoples of antiquity wearing such bands.
Although the film is set within the 2nd century AD, the Imperial Gallic armor and the helmets worn by the legionaries are from AD 75, a century earlier.
This was superseded by new designs in AD The legions' standard bearers Aquilifer , centurions , mounted forces , and auxiliaries would have worn scale armour, lorica squamata.
The Roman cavalry are shown using stirrups. This is anachronistic in that the horse-mounted forces of the Roman army used a two-horned saddle, without stirrups.
Stirrups were only employed in filming for safety reasons because of the additional training and skill required to ride with a Roman saddle.
They were reserved primarily for sieges and were rarely used in open battles. Fire arrows and canisters fired from catapults were not used at any point in ancient history.
The Praetorian Guards seen in the film are all wearing purple uniforms. No historical evidence supports this.
On campaign they usually wore standard legionary equipment with some unique decorative elements. In the bird's eye view of Rome when the city is introduced for the first time there are several buildings that did not exist at the time of Gladiator.
For example, the Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine is quite prominent, though it was not completed until AD Early in the story, Commodus regards a statue in his father's tent; the statue has no pupils, a trait commonly seen in fiction about the Roman Empire.
In fact, most statues were thought to have painted eyes and pupils at the time when they were created; it was only through the passage of time that the paint would have worn off, leaving the statues with their blank stares.
The film's plot was influenced by two s Hollywood films of the sword-and-sandal genre, The Fall of the Roman Empire and Spartacus ,  and shares several plot points with The Fall of the Roman Empire , which tells the story of Livius, who, like Maximus in Gladiator , is Marcus Aurelius's intended successor.
Livius is in love with Lucilla and seeks to marry her while Maximus, who is happily married, was formerly in love with her. Both films portray the death of Marcus Aurelius as an assassination.
In Fall of the Roman Empire a group of conspirators independent of Commodus, hoping to profit from Commodus's accession, arrange for Marcus Aurelius to be poisoned; in Gladiator Commodus himself murders his father by smothering him.
In the course of Fall of the Roman Empire Commodus unsuccessfully seeks to win Livius over to his vision of empire in contrast to that of his father, but continues to employ him notwithstanding; in Gladiator , when Commodus fails to secure Maximus's allegiance, he executes Maximus's wife and son and tries unsuccessfully to execute him.
Livius in Fall of the Roman Empire and Maximus in Gladiator kill Commodus in single combat, Livius to save Lucilla and Maximus to avenge the murder of his wife and son, and both do it for the greater good of Rome.
Scott cited Spartacus and Ben-Hur as influences on the film: "These movies were part of my cinema-going youth. Both films also share a specific set piece, wherein a gladiator Maximus here, Woody Strode 's Draba in Spartacus throws his weapon into a spectator box at the end of a match, as well as at least one line of dialogue: "Rome is the mob", said here by Gracchus and by Julius Caesar John Gavin in Spartacus.
The film's depiction of Commodus's entry into Rome borrows imagery from Leni Riefenstahl 's Nazi propaganda film Triumph of the Will , although Scott has pointed out that the iconography of Nazi rallies was itself inspired by the Roman Empire.
Gladiator reflects back on the film by duplicating similar events that occurred in Adolf Hitler 's procession. The Nazi film opens with an aerial view of Hitler arriving in a plane, while Scott shows an aerial view of Rome, quickly followed by a shot of the large crowd of people watching Commodus pass them in a procession with his chariot.
At one point in the Nazi film, a little girl gives flowers to Hitler, while Commodus is met by several girls who all give him bundles of flowers.
Zimmer was originally planning to use Israeli vocalist Ofra Haza for the score, after his work with her in The Prince of Egypt. However, Haza died in late February , before she was able to record, and so Gerrard was chosen instead.
Lisa Gerrard's vocals are similar to her own work on The Insider score. Some of the music from the film was featured in the NFL playoffs in January before commercial breaks and before and after half-time.
The website's critical consensus reads, "Ridley Scott and an excellent cast successfully convey the intensity of Roman gladiatorial combat as well as the political intrigue brewing beneath.
The Battle of Germania was cited by CNN as one of their "favorite on-screen battle scenes",  while Entertainment Weekly named Maximus as their sixth favorite action hero, because of "Crowe's steely, soulful performance",  and named it as their third favorite revenge film.
Conversely, Roger Ebert gave the film 2 out of 4 stars, criticizing the look of the film as "muddy, fuzzy, and indistinct. Of award nominations, the film won 48 prizes.
It was the first movie to win Best Picture without winning either a directing or screenwriting award since All the King's Men at the 22nd Academy Awards in Osprey Publishing.
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