Great Images from Great Movies #14 – “Gladiator”

Great Images Gladiator

Truly great movies can leave indelible marks. It may be through an emotional connection to the story. It may be through a remarkable performance or a signature scene. But it can also be through the brilliant imagery a film can carve into your mind. That’s what this feature is all about – highlighting great images from great movies. Today we look at a brilliant Ridley Scott historical epic.

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So what are your thoughts on “Gladiator”? Which of these great images sticks with you the most? Let me know in the comments section below.

21 thoughts on “Great Images from Great Movies #14 – “Gladiator”

  1. Scott always has the knack for unique imagery and Gladiator doesn’t disappoint. I think the image that always lingers in my mind is the scene where he enters into his “heaven” to reunite with his wife a son. Bringing the hero’s quest for justice and vengeance to a satisfying ending with his family being whole again. That always gets me a bit misty-eyed, to be honest. One of my all-time favs, great movie,

  2. I’d really like to watch this again, it’s been so long. I saw it for the first time in my 10th grade English class and it was much better the second time getting to see it on a TV that wasn’t across a classroom.

    • I’m due a rewatch too. I really want to show it to my kids so hopefully soon. It’s funny, if I’m not mistaken this movie was the first DVD I ever bought.

  3. I am surprsied to hear many bloggers in recent years not liking this blockbuster. I absolutely love everything about it. Your shots are the ones that stay with me. Nice job, Keith. His floating on his back as he approaches death’s door is fantastic.

    • Some of the more recent reactions to it have been kinda weird. A LOT of people (including me) really loved it when it first came out. I still do and really don’t get this dismissal from some.

  4. Wow… I’m probably in that crowd of people that didn’t like this film. I don’t hate it but I just don’t think it is a great film. It had its moments but I found myself bored by it.

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