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Country: Italy, USA
Runtime: 115 minutes
Theatrical Release: 02/01/1980
US DVD Release: 11/30/1999
may very well be the most controversial film in history. Only one
movie dares to show the perversion behind Imperial Rome, and that
movie is "Caligula," the epic story of Rome's mad emperor.
All the details of his cruel, bizarre reign are revealed right here:
his unholy sexual passion for his sister, his marriage to Rome's most
infamous prostitute, his fiendishly inventive means of disposing of
those who would oppose him, and more. The combined talents of cinematic
giants Malcolm McDowell, Peter O'Toole, John Gielgud and Shakespearean
actress Helen Mirren, along with an acclaimed international cast and
a bevy of beautiful Penthouse Pets, make this unique historical drama
a masterwork of the screen. Not for the squeamish, not for the prudish,
"Caligula" will shock and arouse you as it reveals the deviance
and decadence beneath the surface of the grandeur that once was Rome.
wanted anything to do with Caligula: Gore Vidal didn't want his name
on it, producer Bob Guccione of Penthouse didn't want the Italian
director to finish it (then didn't want reviewers to see it), the
stars didn't want to be associated with it. The appealing idea of
a raging loony who has the power to pursue his little whims has attracted
and sunk better talents than these. Indeed, dotted throughout there
are glimpses of what might have been: Caligula enquiring of an ebbing
Gielgud what it's like to die, a death machine that operates like
a combine harvester, some exotic sets in Italo-barbaric style. But
all in all it's a dreary shambles, directed by Brass toto drosso
by Time Out
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This is probably the most unappealing erotic scene ever filmed. Blech!
But, it is included here for historic value. Film critic Roger Ebert
pretty much sums it up by saying ""Caligula" is sickening,
utterly worthless, shameful trash. If it is not the worst film I have
ever seen, that makes it all the more shameful: People with talent
allowed themselves to participate in this travesty." Buff Rating:
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