What was his name again?
I kid, as pretty much everyone knows the “I am Spartacus!” moment — when, to a man, the slaves stand up and tell Roman general Laurence Olivier to shove it up his pampered ass.
They’re protecting Kirk Douglas, the man with the majestic chin dimple.
A tale of life and death writ large, the Stanley Kubrick-directed sword and sandal epic hasn’t lost any of its impact in the 60+ years since its debut.
Made in a time before CGI, when a cast of thousands really was a cast of thousands, it still roars with life.