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Alexander

Country: USA, Language: English, 175 mins

  • Director: Oliver Stone
  • Writer: Oliver Stone; Christopher Kyle
  • Producer: Moritz Borman; Hans De Weers

CGiii Comment

It really is that terrible.

$150 million - spent on make-up, really bad wigs and a trainload of old sheets.

And, it still looks cheap.

Lusty stares at nubile boys - seemingly, this alone satisfies Alexanders' gay appetite, there is the odd wee kiss and cuddle...nothing to raise an eyebrow.

Everyone is Irish - except for Jolie...who sounds Russian.

A bomb in every respect.


Trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

Alexander, the King of Macedonia, leads his legions against the giant Persian Empire. After defeating the Persians he leads his Army across the then known world venturing further than any Westerner had ever gone all the way to India.

Cast & Characters

Colin Farrell as Alexander;
Angelina Jolie as Olympias;
Val Kilmer as Philip;
Anthony Hopkins as Old Ptolemy;
Jared Leto as Hephaistion;
Rosario Dawson as Roxane;
Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Cassander;
Rory McCann as Crateros;
Gary Stretch as Cleitus;
Ian Beattie as Antigonus;
Neil Jackson as Perdiccas;
Raz Degan as Darius III;
Christopher Plummer as Aristotle;
John Kavanagh as Parmenion;
Annelise Hesme as Stateira