Julius Caesar

Synopsis: Brutus, Cassius, and other high-ranking Romans murder Caesar, because they believe his ambition will lead to tyranny. The people of Rome are on their side until Antony, Caesar's right-hand man, makes a moving speech. The conspirators are driven from Rome, and two armies are formed: one side following the conspirators; the other, Antony. Antony has the superior force, and surrounds Brutus and Cassius, but they kill themselves to avoid capture.
Production: MGM Home Entertainment
  Won 1 Oscar. Another 6 wins & 7 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.4
Rotten Tomatoes:
95%
NOT RATED
Year:
1953
120 min
203 Views


him or strangle him.

I think we should let him go.

- What?

His uncle Marius

was my greatest enemy.

He's got ten Marius inside him.

Look at his eyes.

You want to let him go?

It's the ones who smile and flatter

you should worry about.

He speaks plainly.

You speak plainly don't you?

Always.

Tell me...

Would you kill me if you could?

In an instant.

You can go.

I said you are free to go.

What a big heart that boy has.

Bring it to me in the morning.

Was this Sulla's plan to slaughter me outside

so I wouldnt foul the carpet with my blood?

I came to warn you.

- Why?

Because if you don't leave Rome

I'll have to do as he asks.

And?

And I don't want to see men like

you die young..

What do you know about me?

- You refuse Sulla.

I'll tell you more some day

when there is time.

But now you must leave Rome.

Your family will be safe,

here take this.

Go east to Bythinia. Show this ring to

Nicomedias, it will keep you safe in his service.

How do I know I can trust you?

- You don't.

I'll not hand my fate over to that man.

So you'd let him kill you?

He can try if he wants,

I'm not leaving Rome.

Why must you be so stubborn!

Pompey himself offers you help.

Why don't you accept it?

He's Sulla's man,

it could be a trick.

Don't you trust anybody at all?

- yes.

I trust you.

- Then listen to me.

You're not the heaven and the earth.

You're just a man.

And some things are bigger

than you are.

When you were in jail...

...I thought you were dead.

I started to grieve your death.

I'm asking you to spare me that, Caesar.

How can I live with myself if I knew

I had one chance to save your life.

And I failed

Is this pig for sale?

- How much will you give me for it?

Ten dinars.

- That's good money for a swine.

He requires carving.

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