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The Last Legion (Colin Firth) DVD Only £1.99 Delivered Play.com
The Last Legion (Colin Firth) DVD Only £1.99 Delivered Play.com

The Last Legion (Colin Firth) DVD Only £1.99 Delivered Play.com

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A Bargain Stocking Filler For Colin Firth Fans, Next Cheapest Is Amazon At £5.48

This epic, thrilling and action-packed film is in the great tradition of epic adventures such as 300, Gladiator and King Arthur. It tells the story of how the legend of the Sword in the Stone began, with stirring, heart-stopping battle scenes, great enduring friendship and the love of father and son.

AD 476. The Roman Empire is crumbling and the last Emperor is fleeing for his life. His only safety is to be found in his mystic father figure and in the hands of his bodyguard and an enigmatic Byzantine warrior. His only sanctuary lies in the far-flung Western outpost of Britannia with the Last Legion - and a myth.

The Empire is being held to ransom by the Barbarians. On the eve of the coronation of the 12-year-old Romulus Augustus, his mentor, the shaman Ambrosinus (Ben Kingsley), predicts disaster. His worst fears are realised as the Goths sack the once-great city of Rome and capture the last Emperor and his protector. They are imprisoned on the historic island of Capri, where Romulus is destined to discover the mythical sword of C?r that holds the prophecy -

'One edge to defend, one to defeat; In Britannia
was I forged... to fit the hand of he... who is destined to rule.'

One legionnaire survives to escort his Emperor to safety - the boy's loyal bodyguard, Aurelius (Colin Firth). Aided by a mysterious black-clad Byzantine warrior (Aishwarya Rai) and Ambrosinus' strategic cunning, Aurelius frees Romulus only to face betrayal and a fight for their lives. With the world against them, their only course of action is to reach the one legion loyal to Rome. They face a perilous trek across a continent to Britain in search of The Last Legion. There, a new myth - destined to span the centuries - is waiting to rise.

8 Comments

there is a perfectly good reason why this has gone down to such a low price,the films was pants,Colin firth must've had a massive pay cheque just thrown at him,don't think he even looked at the script to be honest,a perfectly good waste of £1.99 i'm afraid .

I have to agree, this film was awful, everything from the acting to the way the film is presented and cut. I wouldn't waste a quid on it.

It plays out like Hercules the series........except alot worse....avoid like the plague!

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The film may have mixed reviews, but the 1.99 price is the thing your supposed to vote on (and only play have it for anywhere near this price) and I know one Colin Firth fan that loved him in it and its now in there stocking for xmas for a measly 1.99

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Cheers zeroHour2, I saw this at the cinema and enjoyed it.

A really good price find, especially after a bad day.

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The film may have mixed reviews, but the 1.99 price is the thing your … The film may have mixed reviews, but the 1.99 price is the thing your supposed to vote on (and only play have it for anywhere near this price) and I know one Colin Firth fan that loved him in it and its now in there stocking for xmas for a measly 1.99Film reviews can be left here]http://www.imdb.com/


Ditto.

This isn't "Hot Uk Film reviews".

Heat adde for a good price and find.

its ok and at under 2 quid its a bargain

It's worth £1.99 for Aishwarya Rai alone!

Hot hot hot

Now £5.99!
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