7/18/2006 10:17am, #21
Anyone know if this is out on video yet?
7/18/2006 10:40am, #22Originally Posted by GoJu - JoeOriginally Posted by Osiris
7/18/2006 11:00am, #23
Hey - you're right, Samfoo.
Snooped a bit more and found this:
Can't wait for season 2: "early 2007"!!
Still, I felt like Caeser might have been the best acted character on the show - There was something very compelling about the way Ciarán Hinds made the character work. I wonder how they'll fill his shoes.-Jordan
7/18/2006 12:38pm, #24Originally Posted by Dai Tenshi ^_^
You're kidding right? It was like the last episode was being scripted and the crew was like, "Oh snap, we have a million different plot threads going on here. What do we do? Oh I know, we tie this one with this one, this one with this one, and this one with this one. It doesn't make sense, but who cares? It's the last episode of Rome, everyone will be watching anyway.""Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
7/18/2006 2:24pm, #25
Fall on your sword, hethen.
7/18/2006 2:31pm, #26
Anyone else see the BBC version of I Claudius with Derek Jacobi?
A little dated but awesome nevertheless
7/18/2006 2:33pm, #27Originally Posted by GoJu - Joe"Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin to slit throats." H.L. Mencken
7/18/2006 3:05pm, #28
Loved the books, but I saw the TV show first and thought the casting was brilliant.
As far as adaptaions go I think it is one of best I have ever seen.
that's benefit of TV is that it gives you time to tell the story
7/18/2006 3:09pm, #29
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Never liked I, Claudius on TV. The book was classic-awesome though.
I wonder why they never made a TV-series about Sinuhe the Egyptian? That book was excellent, both deep and intriguing and had enough bloodshed and T&A to make entertaining television.
7/18/2006 7:23pm, #30Originally Posted by GoJu - Joe
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