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Director 导 演：雷德利-斯考特(Ridley Scott)
Starring主 演：卢塞尔-克劳(Russell Crowe)
Genre:类 型：类型：动作 冒险 历史Action / Adventure / Drama
Plot Outline: In Gladiator, victorious general Maximus Decimus Meridias has been named keeper of Rome and its empire by dying emperor Marcus Aurelius, so that rule might pass from the Caesars back to the people and Senate. Marcus' neglected and power-hungry son, Commodus, has other ideas, however. Escaping an ordered execution, Maximus hurries back to his home in Spain, too late to save his wife and son from the same order. Taken into slavery and trained as a gladiator by Proximo, Maximus lives only that he might someday take his revenge and fulfill the dying wish of his emperor. The time soon comes when Proximo's troupe is called to Rome to participate in a marathon of gladiator games held at the behest of the new emperor, Commodus.
Awards: Won 5 Oscars：Best Picture；Best Actor in a Leading Role；Best Effects, Visual Effects；Best Costume Design；Best Sound.
1.Cicero : Sometimes I do what I want to do. The rest of the time, I do what I have to.
2.Commodus : All I've ever wanted was to live up to you. Ceasar. Father.
3.Commodus : AM I NOT MERCIFUL?
4.Commodus : And again.
5.Commodus : And as for you, you will love me as I loved you. You will provide me with an heir of pure blood, so that Commodus and his progeny will rule for a thousand years. Am I not merciful?
6.Commodus : Give me your sword!
7.Commodus : He sleeps so well because he is loved.
8.Commodus : I call it love, Gracchus. The people are my children, I am their father. I shall hold them to my bosom and embrace them tightly...
9.Commodus : I doubt if any of the people eat so well as you, Gracchus. Or have such splendid mistresses, Gaius.
10.Commodus : I searched the faces of the gods for ways to please you, to make you proud. One kind word, one full hug while you pressed me to your chest and held me tight, would've been like the sun on my heart for a thousand years. What is in me that you hate so much?
11.Commodus : I think I understand my own people.
12.Commodus : I wonder, did your friend smile at his own death?
13.Commodus : If you're very good, tomorrow night I'll tell you the story of emperor Claudius who was betrayed by those closest to him, by his own blood. They whispered in dark corners and went out late at night and conspired and conspired but the emperor Claudius knew they were up to something. He knew they were busy little bees. And one night he sat down with one of them and he looked at her and he said, "Tell me what you've been doing busy little bee or I shall strike down those dearest to you. You shall watch as I bathe in their blood." And the emperor was heartbroken. The little bee had wounded him more deeply than anyone else could ever have done. And what do you think happened then, Lucius?
14.Commodus : It vexes me. I'm terribly vexed.
15.Commodus : No, but if you interrupt me again, I assure you that you will.
16.Commodus : Quintus, sword!
17.Commodus : The general who became a slave. The slave who became a gladiator. The gladiator who defied an emperor. Striking story! But now, the people want to know how the story ends. Only a famous death will do. And what could be more glorious than to challenge the Emperor himself in the great arena?
18.Commodus : The little bee told him everything.
19.Commodus : Why not? Do you think I am afraid?
20.Commodus : You and I are not much different. You take life when you have to, as I do.
21.Commodus : You loved my father, I know. But so did I. That makes us brothers, doesn't it? Smile for me now, brother.
22.Commodus : You wrote to me once, listing the four chief virtues. Wisdom, Justice, Fortitude and Temperance. As I read the list I knew I had none of them. But i have other virtues, father. Ambition, that can be a virtue when it drives us to excel. Resourcefulness. Courage. Perhaps not on the battlefield but there are many forms of courage. Devotion, to my family, to you. But none of my virtues were on your list. Even then, it was as if you didn't want me for your son.
23.Commodus : Your Emperor asks for your loyalty, Maximus. Take my hand, I only offer it once.
24.Commodus : [to Falco] Lucius will stay with me now. And if his mother so much as looks at me in a manner that displeases me, he will die. If she decides to be noble and takes her own life, he will die.
25.Commodus : [to his guards] Sword, give me a sword!
26.Commodus : [to Maximus] They tell me that your boy squealed like a girl, when they nailed him to the cross. And that your wife moaned like a whore, when they ravished her. Again. And again.
27.Falco : Give him time, Gracchus. He's young, he may do very well.
28.Falco : You really think people are going to be seduced by that?
29.Gracchus : And after you glorious coup, what then? You take you five thousand and... leave?
30.Gracchus : But the Senate IS the people, sire. Chosen from AMONG the people. To speak FOR the people.
31.Gracchus : Fear and wonder, a powerful combination.
32.Gracchus : For Rome, Falco? Or for you?
33.Gracchus : Have you ever embraced someone dying of plague, sire?
34.Gracchus : He enters Rome like a conquering hero. But what has he conquered?
35.Gracchus : He will bring them death, and they will love him for it.
36.Gracchus : I don't pretend to be a man of the people. But I do try to be a man for the people.
37.Gracchus : I think he knows what Rome is. Rome is the mob. Conjure magic for them and they'll be distracted. Take away their freedom and still they'll roar. The beating heart of Rome is not the marble of the senate, it's the sand of the coliseum. He'll bring them death - and they will love him for it.
38.Gracchus : Marcus Aurelius trusted you. His daughter trusts you. I will trust you. Give me two days, and I will purchase your freedom. And you, stay alive, while I'll be dead.
39.Gracchus : So, after Rome's all yours you just give it back to the people. Tell me why.
40.Gracchus : The beating heart of Rome is not the marble of the Senate. It is the sand of the Colosseum.
41.Gracchus : Then perhaps Caeser will be so good as to teach us, out of his own extensive experience?
42.Juba : And now we are Free.
43.Juba : Can they hear you?
44.Juba : I didn't know men could build such things.
45.Juba : I will see you again... but not yet. Not yet!
46.Juba : What do you say to them?
47.Juba : You have a great name. He must kill your name before he kills you.
48.Juba : Your family. In the afterlife.
49.Lucilla : I am tired of being strong.(sighs) My brother hates all the world and you most of all.
50.Lucilla : I have felt alone all my life, except with you. I must go.
51.Lucilla : I have much to pay for.
52.Lucilla : I want to help you.
53.Lucilla : Is Rome worth one good man's life? We believed it once. Make us believe it again. He was a soldier of Rome. Honor him.
54.Lucilla : My brother hates all the world and you most of all.
55.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.
56.Lucilla : No because my father loved you... and because I loved you.
57.Lucilla : No. Because my father loved you. And because I loved you.
58.Lucilla : Please be quiet, brother! Your constant scheming gives me even more of a headache!
59.Lucilla : This is a pleasant fiction, is it not?
60.Lucilla : This man wants what you want.
61.Lucilla : Today I saw a slave become more powerful than the Emperor of Rome.
62.Lucilla : True, but then you never had to, life is more simple for a soldier. Or do you think me heartless?
63.Lucilla : What did my father want with you?
64.Lucilla : Yes.
65.Lucilla : You're lying, I could always tell when you were lying because you were never any good at it.
(未经允许 严禁转载) （张馨月 编）
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