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The Last Legion


Aug 16, 2007

Latest Home Video

Apr 19, 2011

MPAA Rating



Doug Lefler


Colin Firth
Ben Kingsley
Peter Mullan
Aishwarya Rai
Kevin McKidd


Weinstein Company

Still shot from the movie: The Last Legion.

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Twelve-year-old Romulus Augustus (Thomas Sangster), was only appointed Emperor of Rome for one day before everything was taken away from him. With great determination the exiled ruler sets out to reclaim his kingdom, enlisting the aid of faithful mentors (Ben Kingsley, Colin Firth and Aishwarya Rai), a legendary sword called Excaliburnus and the strength of The Last Legion.

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Why Is The Last Legion Rated PG-13?

The Last Legion is rated PG-13 for sequences of intense action violence, some language and brief sexuality.

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Violence is the biggest (and nearly only) concern in this story about a young Roman emperor who sets out to find a band of soldiers who will uphold his rule. Lots of combat and conflict ensues, with swords, spears and stones being used to overcome enemies. Many deaths and injuries are depicted, however the portrayal of blood is minimal—especially considering the massive amount of mayhem. Some bothersome moments include a man who cuts off another man’s finger as a punishment (we do not see the actual act), images of dead corpses being hauled away, as well as bloodied faces and blades of weapons. Sexual content is limited to a brief moment when an unmarried man and woman get into bed together. No profanities were noted.

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This fictitious movie attempts to tell the story of Excalibur before it fell into Arthur’s hands. That famous legend has been put to film in The Sword in the Stone, Camelot, First Knight and King Arthur.

DVD Notes: The Last Legion

Canadian Movie Ratings

PG Violence.
AB PG Violence.
MB PG Not Recommended for Young Children. Violence.
ON PG Violence.
QC 13+

Canadian Home Video Rating: PG

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Home Video Notes: The Last Legion

Blu-ray Release Date: 19 April 2011

The Last Legion releases on Blu-ray on April 19, 2011.

DVD Release Date: 17 December 2007

Roman armies, magical weapons and medieval folklore lock swords as The Last Legion comes to DVD. Director Doug Lefler adds his commentary of the movie, as well as for ten deleted scenes. Other bonus materials include a making-of featurette, a peak at the choreography behind the fight scenes and a storyboard-to-film comparison.

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