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Sura, since further details about Spartacus prophetess wifelover are unknown in historical records.Lucretia and Ilithiya are possibly this since deeper details about their respective husbands are unknown.Heracleo, since the pirates that allied and betrayed Spartacus are all unnamed in historical records.NoHoldsBarred BeatdownNo Name Given : Spartacus himself, whose Thracian name is never revealed. Batiatus labels him Spartacus, after a legendary Thracian king, because Glaber never bothered to learn his name. Afterwards, he refuses to go by any other name. His real name is occasionally subject to an unreveal .Official Couple Ordeal Syndrome : Love is as painful as everything else on the show. Not everyone makes it out alive either.Once a Season : Someonell sing MyHis Cock Rages On!Only One Name : Married Roman women are only referred to by their given names both inuniverse and in promotional materials for the show in stark contrast to their husbands .note Truth in Television : Roman naming conventions can be confusing to modern people. Especially since Romans of notable birth had both clan and family names (the former often being mistaken by modern people for a middle name). Many of the important male Romans on the show are heads of their families (pater familias) and are thus referred to by their family name. Gaius Julius Caesar is often called Julius Caesar, omitting his actual first name entirely, as he is the pater familias of Caesar family in the Julii clan. This coincides with the One Steve Limit , as it was fairly common for children to be named after their parents or other ancestors. Note that the show changes Marcus Crassus eldest sons name to Tiberius to avoid confusion because in real life it was also Marcus, and as they were of the same clan and family, both had the same full name: Marcus Licinius Crassus.Plenty of Blondes : Many of the Roman noblewomen favour blonde hair. Ilithyia is a natural blonde while Lucretia sometimes wears blonde wigs.Plot Armour : Literally. Whether a sword will bounce off your helmet or go straight through and impale your head depends on how important a character you are. Especially blatant when on other occasions you see Roman soldiers take a sword slash on their breastplates and still go down in a spray of blood .Precision FStrike : Majority of the fucking lines are uttered this way.Previously On : With the exception of the inaugural season.Promotion to Opening Titles :Viva Bianca (Illithiya) got the fastest promotion as she was immediately included by episode 3.Dan Feuerriegel (Agron) and Craig Parker (Glaber) in Vengeance. Naevia is an odd example, as Cynthia AddaiRobinson ( her second actress ) is the one who received this treatment, not LesleyAnn Brandt (her original).Pana HemaTaylor (Nasir), Ditch Davey (Nemetes) and Ellen Hollman (Saxa) in War of the Damned.Phrase Catcher : Spartacus and Gannicus are both on the receiving end of you mad fuck several times.Poirot Speak : Characters do not drop into Latin at random or with any frequency, but the English dialogue is often interrupted by a few specific Latin nouns related to the military, political office or gladiatory games and training (See also Shown Their Work below)Pride : Ends up causing a lot of the drama in the story.The Queens Latin : Most characters, particularly the Romans, speak in a vaguely British accent, though a lot of the cast is from Australia, which comes through.Rape and Revenge : Comes up occasionally.In the first season, Spartacus kills Gnaeus after he rapes Pietros, though unfortunately its too late for Pietros . In the same season, Aurelia mentions that she castrated andor killed the man who raped her after he tried it again.In the second season, Crixus and the rebels go on a very bloody rampage around the Roman countryside, torturing and killing various dominus who raped and abused Naevia, culminating in Naevia herself fighting, castrating and then decapitating Ashur, who first raped her and kickstarted her ordeal. For extra karma, Ashur gets delivered to the rebels by the machinations of Lucretia, whom he had also raped. Unfortunately, Naevia and Crixus later decide that all Romans must pay for her rape .In the third season, Caesar gets Tiberius captured by Spartacus, and Kore then proceeds to fatally stab him, after he raped both of them.Rape as Drama : Tons. Especially in the early seasons while the slave characters are still enslaved, for obvious reasons. Unlike most media depictions of Ancient Grome , this show does not shy away from depicting exactly how pervasively and casually abusive slaverybased societies really were. Almost every major character on the slave side gets victimized onscreen at least once, even most of the male lead characters.noteThe only major gladiator characters who are never forced to have sex against their will or with people they would never have wanted to have sex with if theyd known who they were (rape by fraud) are Oenomaus (though we can pretty safely assume some sexual abuse in the place he originally was enslaved in as a teenager) and Agron (because the gladiators break out of their ludus not long after he was first captured as a prisoner of war, judging by the fact that he still has his Germanic tribal hairstyle and a totally unbroken spirit when he arrives at the ludus). (Though in the mens cases, its always nonviolent and with an attractive woman. The showrunners chickened out of showing the maleonadultmale rape that would have been historically common until cancellation was no longer a threat.)Rated M for ManlyReal Life Writes the Plot : Main star Andy Whitfield has been diagnosed with nonHodgkin lymphoma. While waiting for him to recover, Starz made up for the gap with a prequel miniseries. Whitfield has since bowed out of the series to continue treatment. Sadly, he lost the battle on September 11, 2011.Real Men Hate Affection : Especially unusual given the period this is set in, but even when parting for what they expect to be the last time, most of the guys go for the forearm clasp version of the Handshake Substitute , rather than hug. Even Agron is not very touchyfeely with anyone except Nasir. Oddly averted by the boisterous Germans, who seem big on the Man Hug , at least initially.Rebel Leader : One of the most famous in history.Relationship Upgrade : Crixus and Naevia start off as StarCrossed Lovers , kept apart by their status as slaves and their domina Lucretia, but once the gladiators rebel ...In the final season, Spartacus and Laeta start out as enemies with some Unresolved Sexual Tension ...and end up becoming Friends with Benefits by the end of the season.Reluctant Fanservice Girl : Widespread, and applied to both genders. Slaves are often forced to go partially or completely naked for the entertainment of their Roman masters either for erotic reasons, especially with household slaves and prostitutes, or simply because in some jobs, such as mining, they see no reason to provide them with clothes.Revolving Door Casting : Due to the extreme frequency of character death, the only actor to appear regularly in all four seasons is Manu Bennett as Crixus.The character Naevia also appears in all four seasons, but was played by LesleyAnn Brandt in Blood and Sand and Gods of the Arena, and Cynthia AddaiRobinson in Vengeance and War of the Damned, due to contractual issues.This even applies to Spartacus himself due to Andy Whitfields death from cancer Gods of the Arena was made as a prequel with no Spartacus, and Liam McIntyre had to take over for Vengeance and War of the Damned.The Revolution Will Not Be Civilized : Its more of a rebellion than a revolution, but this trope still applies. The rebels can be just as brutal as the Romans, especially by War of the Damned, though they do have some moral high ground in that they are opposed to slavery and are responding to the cruelty and injustices inflicted upon them by the Romans first.Rule of Cool :The fight scenes. Popping someones head off with a chain, for example.Gladiators tended to have a layer of kevlard to protect themselves from the bloody, slashing wounds that fans loved without serious internal injury. In the show , however, most gladiators have bodybuilder physiques with washboard abs.Scary Black Man : Oenomaus. Scarred, bullwhipwielding, bald and badass.Scenery Porn : Inverted. Okay, the series tries to follow in the wake of 300 , which would explain why Italy (one of the most beautiful countries in Europe) arguably looks only slightly more pleasant than the Moon.Screaming Warrior : Screaming when you fight is absolutely necessary.Second Episode Introduction : A new character is usually introduced this way every season.Oenomaus, Naevia, Ashur, Varro, Rhaskos, Gnaeus, Pietros and the rest of the named gladiators all played this straight.Quinctilius Varus in Gods of the Arena.Nasir and Chadara in Vengeance. Also, Ashur in Vengeance, who isnt a new character but might have been assumed to be dead or Put on a Bus .Caesar, Laeta, Sibyl and Attius in War of the Damned.Sexy Backless Outfit : Women in all social classes tend to wear these.Shameless Fanservice Girl :Lucretia and Ilithyia are often working this trope, especially when they are trying to be persuasive . Gaia in Gods of the Arena makes them look modest.Among the slave and rebel characters, Chadara stands out for her utterly cynical attitude to using her beauty and sexual abilities as her main tool of survival.Other minor characters and extras display this as well. There is always at least one topless woman in the arena stands, for example.ShoutOut : The constant references to Crixus as the undefeated Gaul will remind european viewers of a certain group of indomitable gauls .Shown Their Work :In the match between Crixus and Spartacus in episode three both men are armed according to their gladiator types: Crixus, a Gaul, is a murmillo, and Spartacus is armed as a thraex, which is a stereotypical Thracian. The matchup of these sets is one that was actually used in the real arenas, though the murmillo wasnt actually used until several decades later.Though the language itself is entirely in English , all titles and positions are referred to with their proper Latin terms, and even correct gender and tense declension. The dialogue also omits the definite and indefinite articles to match Latins lack of them.Slave Brand : The gladiators are branded with the mark of the house. Slaves from the house of Batiatus all have a B on the inside of their forearms. Body slaves get a tattoo.Slave Collar : All regular slaves wear a collar.Slave Liberation : Season two and beyond.Soldier vs. Warrior : The difference is shown greatly between the individual combat skills of the Gladiators, whore especially trained to fight oneonone, and the Roman soldiers, who function best as a unit. Any time the gladiators catch the Romans unawares, or if they break ranks , the gladiators go through them a hot knife through butter. If the Romans hold firm, however, things become much more difficult.Best exemplified in the finale, where the Romans tightly ordered ranks eventually win out, by not allowing even warriors like Gannicus to break them. Perhaps even more greatly symbolised with the manner of Spartacus death. Is he killed as a result of his climactic duel with Crassus? No. He dies because three unnamed Roman soldiers throw spears in his back.Sophisticated as Hell : Flowery language delivered in The Queens Latin is frequently combined with the Cluster FBomb .Agron in particular stands out here. Most of the time he sounds awfully cultured for a backwoods barbarian. But he also uses profanity very frequently.Batiatus, despite (or perhaps because of) his Large Ham tendencies, often combines the the virtues of a Roman orator with lengthy explosions of extremely graphic profanity.Stripperiffic : Apparently there was a clothing shortage in ancient Rome. The gladiators walk around in loincloths all the time, and their arena armor is also very revealing as is historically accurate. Even after escaping bondage, they still tend to fight in loincloths. Other slaves are also often displayed with very little clothing. Its very common to see barebreasted slave woman wandering around Roman houses. Even common Roman citizens are prone to standing around street corners and attending the games halfnaked. Women in the stands are constantly flashing the gladiators.Training Montage : The first season and prequel sometimes have these.True Blue Femininity : Apparently, Lucretia enforces this to her body slaves.Underestimating Badassery : The Romans generally underestimate Spartacus and his followers, thinking them common slaves and mere savages. Completely ignoring the fact that this fighting force is made primarily of slaves who were trained day in and day out on nothing more than how to fight and kill. It comes to a head in Vengeances Chosen Path after Ashur tries to desperately point out, for the thousandth time, how dangerous the gladiators are compared to the average Roman mook. Glabers response is to throw Ashur into a dogpile of soldiers and tell them to go nuts. Ashur kicks the crap out them.Ashur: And I was considered lowest among the Brotherhood.Underwear of Power : The rebel slaves, particularly the males, fights wearing nothing but loincloth.Very Loosely Based on a True Story : In spite of the obvious stylization of the story, a surprising amount of details in the show are actually based on historical accounts of Spartacus and the Third Servile War:Spartacus was believed to be a member of the Thracian auxiliary before being taken a slave. He was familiar with Roman strategy and used unconventional tactics.In some accounts, Spartacus had a prophetess wife who was also enslaved.Spartacus led a rebellion along with Oenomaus and Crixus from the ludus in Capua owned by Batiatus.Spartacuss followers won a number of victories before being chased by Glaber into Mount Vesuvius. The rebel slaves rappelled down the mountain with ropes made of vines to surprise Glabers forces and destroy them.Oenomaus was killed early in the rebellion, and Gannicus became a general toward the end.Gannicus was a free man who joined the slave rebellion for his own reasons.Crassus was selected by Rome to deal with Spartacus. He enforced brutal discipline on his men and reinstated decimation.Spartacus made a deal with Cilician pirates, who betrayed him.Crixus led a large splinter of the rebel army, possibly with the intention of attacking Rome, but was defeated and killed.Spartacus executed Roman soldiers in gladiatorial games in honor of CrixusSome of Spartacuss forces fled and were killed by Pompey, while the rest were annihilated by Crassus in a final battle. Pompey and Crassus vied for credit for the defeat of Spartacus.The details of Spartacuss death in the show are based on a variety of conflicting reports, including his attempt to kill Crassus personally, his mortal wounding on the battlefield, and the fact that his body was not recovered.The Voiceless : The Egyptian is never heard speaking. Only a single scene actually shows that he has the ability, when he delivers a decapitated head and some news to Ashur. Ashur excuses himself to speak with the Egyptian, so we never hear the Egyptians voice.Walking Shirtless Scene : A lot. This gets particularly ridiculous in the pilot, where Spactacus is shirtless and barelegged in the snow (which also doubles as a ShoutOut to 300 , where the Greek soldiers are similarly dressed). Also, it isnt restricted to the men, not by a longshot . Its easier to list the cast members who dont get a shirtless scene.War Arc : The last two seasons, especially War of the Damned.World of Badass : Seriously, even the most feminine characters (e.g. Seppia) are not above taking a crack at killing people.World of Muscle Men : Other than the occasional child, halfstarved slave or petty bureaucrat, nearly every male from gladiators to Roman Senators is totally buff, and shown partially or completely naked to prove it. Batiatus is a notable exception.Would Hit a Girl : Being Ancient Rome though, a handsoff attitude towards women was by no means a social standard.You All Look Familiar : You might spot familiar faces from timetotime.Spartacus: Blood and SandBlood and Sand provides examples of:Affably Evil : Batiatus loves his wife, dreams of being a father, and does some pretty awful things to his peers and slaves alike.Anyone Can Die : The list as of the end of Season 1: Sura, Varro, Batiatus, Barca, Pietros, Duro, Good Solonius, Calavius, Numerius, Ovidius and too many minor characters to count.ArchEnemy : Spartacus and Glaber, Batiatus and Good Solonius, Crixus and Ashur, and for a while Spartacus and Crixus.Arc Words : Tend to the wound in episode 11. Kill em All pretty much for the entire series , but its specially relevant in the season finale.Barca: Myrmex has the advantage.Batiatus: Thank you for the fucking obvious.Bad Boss : Batiatus and Lucretia toward their slaves when it suits their purposes, though they often try to make it seem like theyre Benevolent Bosses .BaitandSwitch Gunshot : Kill Them All has a prefirearm example. When Crixus is trying to persuade Doctore to join the rebellion, Doctore suddenly throws his sword towards Crixus... and kills the guard who was about to strike Crixus from behind.Bash Brothers : Agron and Duro, the German Brothers.Batman Gambit : Illithiyas Evil Plan in Party Favors. She had Numerius switch Crixus with Varro in his exhibition match with Spartacus. If Varro wins, her and her husbands hated enemy dies. If Spartacus wins (which happened), he will be emotionally and psychologically damaged for killing his best friend.Beautiful Slave Girl :Most of the slaves, obviously. Batiatus and Lucretia are fond of having slaves act as fluffers before they get down to business with each other. Invoked with Mira who is (repeatedly) sent to Spartacus to act as this. She is implied to have been this, possibly for much of the ludus, as well. To his credit, he turns her down as she is not there willingly, though they later become willing lovers. Naevia is an interesting example, Lucretia protects her virginity, but only so that she will be worth more later.We find out in Gods of the Arena the reason for preserving Naevias virginity by Lucretia was so she would not be subjected to what her friend Diona had been.Pietros is a male example, though he and Barca genuinely love each other. Gnaeus on the other hand...Bed Trick : And how. Notably, both of them are victims of it.Benevolent Boss : Batiatus plays this straight when it suites his purposes, primarily with Ashur and Oenomaus. Ashur was granted a promotion to the villa and was given Crixus woman, and Oenomaus was slated for freedom and being hired as lanista. He averts the trope whenever he feels that he can wring more advantage to do so (See Bad Boss above)Batiatus does not like it when he is mocked and denied a higher status due to his heritage. Not at all.Ilithyia does not like being laughed at.Beware the Nice Ones :Aurelia castrates a rapist, and later stabs an adolescent boynoteTechnically he was legally an adult by the standards of roman society, though most of the main characters still considered him a child to death for having her husband killed.Sura, to a lesser extent. She is not an easy mark for a Geddi gangrape, and does not run for safety when her husband comes to her rescue. She also gives Spartacus his marching orders: Kill them all.Big Bad : Batiatus.Bigger Bad : Glaber, and the Roman Republic in general.Black Dude Dies First : In episode 8, Batiatus buys six new slaves at auction to be trained as gladiators. One of them, a black man, declares that he will train hard to become as legendary as Spartacus. Gilligan Cut to him getting thrown against a peg during training and killed instantly.Blood Knight : Every friggin male.Body Paint : A number of slaves at a party are painted white to resemble marble statues. Ironically, real Roman statues were painted to look like people. Also used for the Bed Trick mentioned above.Book Ends : The pilot and the season finale ends with the camera zooming in to focus on Spartacus. Both episodes were also done In Medias Res .Bullying a Dragon : Ovidius (the loan shark) tries to intimidate Batiatus in early episodes, but has a difficult time of it since Batiatus is usually followed by at least one famous and deadly gladiator.ButtMonkey : Spartacus at first. Pietros after Barcas death. Aurelia, well, all the time .Chained Heat : Spartacus and Varro in episode 10.Chekhovs Skill : Spartacus shieldleaping ability.Chewing the Scenery : Batiatus chews the scenery every chance he gets.Chick Magnet : Crixus has three separate women, from three separate Roman social classes, all fantasizing about him throughout the first season.Conditioned to Accept Horror : In the season finale Crixus convinces Oenomaus to join their cause arguing that all the talk about honor in the arena is a lie theyve been buying from the Romans, and they are ultimately just slaves made to die and kill for the amusement of the decadent empire.Spartacus gets his ass handed to him in his first few matches with Crixus.Spartacus battle against Good Solonius in episode 12 was explicitly designed as an execution.In the finale, Doctore vs. Ashur.The battle against Theokoles initially looks like this, as Crixus and Spartacus appear to defeat him easily in the space of a few seconds. Then he gets back up again...Cruel Mercy : Spartacus lets Glaber live in the first episode, forcing him to go back to Rome in shame. Glaber returns the favour.Dead Person Conversation : Spartacus has a few of these with Sura and Varro.Deliberate Values Dissonance : Varro chastises his wife for failing to fight off her rapist.Depraved Homosexual : Gnaeus, given that he rapes a fellow slave.Determinator : Spartacus gains a reputation as a man who defies death after surviving his execution and a long stretch of duels in the Pit.Dirty Coward : Ashur.Disproportionate Retribution : Batiatus tends to do this.The Dog Bites Back : Illithyia in episode 13. She gets the last laugh on Lucretia by escaping the massacre at the ludus and having her soldiers seal the doors behind her.Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male : Crixus looks like hes in pain while pleasing Lucretia, but it isnt fully treated as rape.Its something of a hairy situation Crixus is clearly attracted to Lucretia ( who isnt? ), but he doesnt return her romantic feelings at all, and most the fuck certainly does not want to give her a child while hes got another lover he actually cares about.Clearly attracted? Crixus is completely deadeyed (or angry) during all the sex scenes between these two in season 1, and he completely hates her guts for the way she treats Naevia. Theres nothing hairy about it: Hes a slave and thus unable to give consent, so its rape. Whether he manages to get an errection or not is irrelevant, as that is just a matter of physical stimulation. Whether the rapist is pretty is also completely irrelevant men do not only think with their dick. Also, as the prequel shows, Lucretia has been sexually abusing him for years, and he probably was a virgin when she started, so you can expect resigned acceptance getting used to it, at the point of the start of th show, even traces of Stockholm Syndrome . (He was a construction worker slave before he joined the ludus, so very unlikely to have had access to prostitutes or having been someones sex slave.noteThe Roman ideal for male sex slaves used by men was beautiful prepubescent boy or teenager, not manly man. And Roman citizen women, who did like the whole musclepacked virility thing, only ever found gladiators worth their while (who were the sports stars of their day gladiator sweat was even traded as an aphrodesiac), not random dirtcaked laborers. And before that, hed been enslaved by another Gallic tribe ever since he was maybe 6 years old (too young to hold a spear).)The closest the show ever comes to acknowledging that what Lucretia did to Crixus was not okay even before she stole his seed, is the fact that Crixus is amazingly empathetic with Naevias needs in her later rape surviver recovery (especially for a man of this time). Unlike the other good guys (even Spartacus), Crixus totally gets that she has to take her own revenge or die in the attempt, that he cant play White Knight for her. But none of the male slave characters ever talk about being sexually abused despite the fact that it is a very common experience.Spartacus being prostituted by Batiatus is handled a little better, with Batiatus at least asking in advance and Spartacus claiming to be okay with it (not that he really could say no as a slave). And when it turns out to be rape by fraud on top of forced prostitution, Spartacus does get the usual postrape bathing scene, and he clearly has tears in his eyes when he first realizes whom he just served. But the whole rape scene is still filmed in a very attractive, titillating fashion, and noone ever raises the question of how accepting of the situation Spartacus would be if the woman who bought him for the night had turned out to be anything other than young, beautiful and not (sexually) sadistic.The Dreaded : Theokoles. Crixus nearly shits himself when its announced he and Spartacus are to face him. Doctore is sure theyll both die.Driven to Suicide : Pietros.Early Installment Weirdness : The pilot episode is cruder than the rest of the series and trying much harder to be 300. The Getae look inhuman, similar to what 300 did with the Persians. This is never used in the show again. The first episode also feels rather rushed, as though there was an hour and a half of material, and rather than pad it out to two hours it was cut down to one. The pacing in all further episodes is much more fluid.Empathic Environment : When Theokoles (aka the Shadow of Death) steps into the arena, the sky clouds over.Enemy Mine : Spartacus and Crixus against Theokoles. And again at the end of the first season.Even Evil Has Standards :Ashur refuses to accept Good Soloniuss bribe, saying, I am a villain, but Im not your villain.Ilithyia is horrified when she kills Licinia in a fit of rage and shows genuine guilt for it.Batiatus is also furious with his wife for manipulating the events that lead to Ilithyia murdering Licinia, although this could be explained away as him being worried about what the costs might be. He does however apologize to Spartacus over Lucretia tricking him into sleeping with Ilithyia, and seems to genuinely mean it.Lucretia is at first pretty horrified when she realises that Batiatus was behind the massacre of Ovidiuss family. However, this is because she thinks his motive was to get out of paying his debts when he explains that Ovidius had tried to have him killed, shes fine with it. (It looks as if shed have considered killing just Ovidius to get out of debt perfectly ok it was the wife and child that were overkill, and killing THEM is fine once she finds out its revenge.)Evil Albino : Theokoles, the Shadow of Death.Evil Versus Evil : It is great fun watching the various Roman characters screw each other over.Evil Redhead : Lucretia, this of course when she is not a blonde.Exact Words : Twice with Batiatus.After Ovidius finds his wife dead, and his son being held hostage, Batiatus tells Ovidius that he wont kill him if he reveals who tried to assassinate him. He doesnt. Barca does.Batiatus keeps his word about reuniting Spartacus with his wife. Too bad Batiatus ordered Aulus to mortally wound her so that shed die seconds after he finally met her.Also in Whore, Lucretia sends Mira to Spartacus to prepare him for Licinia. When Spartacus refuses to sleep with her, Lucretia sends her back the next night. Spartacus still refuses to sleep with her but cuts a deal with her instead. When Lucretia asks her about the second night, Mira just says he made many demands of me.Face Death with Dignity : Good Solonius. He even goes out with a smile knowing that Batiatus will be following him soon enough.Finish Him! : An extreme example, Spartacus is forced to kill his best friend Varro at the conclusion of a playful exhibition match.

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Starz Spartacus: Blood and Sand, starring Andy Whitfield, is orgy of sex, violence and swearingSpartacus is pornographic reworking of Roman classicIn this TV publicity image released by Starz, Andy Whitfield portrays the eponymous Roman warrior in Spartacus: Blood and Sand.(Starz EntertainmentAP)Friday, January 22, 2010, 1:23 AMImagine theepic Spartacus reborn in the 21st century as softcore pornography.Oh, wait. Dont bother. Starz has done it for you.Whether you think thats good or bad is your call, and there will be an audience for the sex, cursing, allaround decadence and, mainly, the ultraviolence here.Just keep a mop handy. Spartacus: Blood and Sand is a production so saturated with body fluids, prominently including testosterone, that they may drip out of your TV set.The Pword, porn, is worth keeping in mind for viewers who get any fool notions about this orgiastic celebration being anything other than what it is.Andy Whitfield stars as Spartacus, the Michael Jordan of Roman gladiators. Kirk Douglas played him in one of the great epic movies, and while Whitfield is less majestic, hes credible both as a warrior and an inspiration.A series of betrayals separates Spartacus from both his life as a free man and his true love, Sura, played by the fetching Erin Cummings . Sura, by the way, doesnt mind driving a sword through a few bad guys herself.Spartacus is eventually purchased by Batiatus ( John Hannah ), who with his wife, Lucretia (the inevitable Lucy Lawless ), splendidly illustrates the amoral decadence of Roman aristocracy.How decadent was it? Try this. When Batiatus and Lucretia feel like a little marital fun, they dont retire to their room. They get comfortable on opposite sides of a public room and let a couple of designated slaves warm them up.Scenes like that, and there are many, make the point.Thing is, they dont make it any more effectively than a discreet Masterpiece Theatre would have done. Just more graphically.Likewise, having soldiers shout fourletter words may underscore the primal brutality of combat, and having geysers of blood gush from the bodies of the newly dead may remind the viewer that war is hell. But the violence, like the sex and language, goes so far beyond dramatic necessity, it becomes its own separate attraction.Lest anyone miss that point, every blood spurt is filmed in slow motion and stopaction, presumably to maximize the pleasure of watching someones legs severed or skull crushed.The battle scenes use the same quasianimation technology as the film 300, meaning they have just enough of a cartoon veneer so a graphic decapitation becomes a special effect, not a snuff moment.And, oh yeah, underneath all this, Spartacus: Blood and Sand tells an actual story about repression, courage, morality, freedom and defiance.It has already been renewed for a second 13episode season, and maybe along the way the story will become the important element. But the trappings up front are so over the top that to say you watch Spartacus to see a contemporary reworking of a cinema classic is like saying you go to Hooters for the food.

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