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Spartacus MMXII: The Beginning

Wicked Pictures | 2012

Lust, betrayal, survival... F-rced to fight for his life... A search for salvation...

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Starring:  Tommy Gunn  Devon Lee 

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Starring:  Marcus London  Tanya Tate 

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Starring:  Miko Lee 

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By John Bee
The best coupé movie ever

The filmmakers had heart, but the movie doesn't work

By criticalreviewer
This movie is obviously based on the Showtime series of the same name. Now, there's nothing wrong with being inspired by other source materials to make adult entertainment, but there's a fundamental misstep taken if the porno tries too hard to mirror the source material in theme, especially if that theme is utterly unsexy. Here's what I mean: the central theme of the Spartacus series can be summarized as "the tragedy of human exploitation". This tragedy comes across whether the gladiators are fighting, or being f-rced to fuck for other's entertainment, or whether other slaves are being f-rced to do things they don't want to do, or the lack of agency any of the slaves really have. The situation is not mean to be desirable, rather it's meant to showcase a kind of "hell-on-earth", which eventually justifies Spartacus leading a rebellion against it. Now, this sort of tragedy makes for great drama. But it doesn't make for good porno, if you're like my wife and me, and want your actors and scenes to portray enthusiastic consent. Almost every scene in this movie is based on some coercive element that f-rces one of the participants to joylessly go through the motions of fucking. In other words, there is no passion, no pleasure, just slave characters going through the motions and lord characters making them do so. For example, Tommy Gunn -- a true veteran of the industry -- plays the role of a beleaguered gladiator perfectly: we really buy that his character (and therefore what we the audience are supposed to connect with) would rather be doing *anything else* than fucking the various Romans he's made to fuck. He gazes into the distance, he is unsmiling, he just stands there until ordered to fuck, which he doesn't want to do. And if *he* doesn't want to fuck, why should my wife and I watch him do so? However, the most frustrating part of this whole movie is a scene that Tommy Gunn has with Gracie Glam. The lord of the house demands that Tommy put on a show for he and his guests, so tells him to fuck Gracie in front of everybody. Gracie
portrays her character's vulnerability perfectly because she is secretly in love with Tommy's character, so she's conflicted: all she's ever wanted was to be with him, and now she gets her chance, but in front of everyone. So at first it seems like this scene
will have some emotional depth, which is something my wife and I are really in to! And Gracie's performance is wonderful, starting off almost sad, but then growing in desire and passion throughout! But then, it's like the movie's director didn't believe in
his own material, and so Gracie and Tommy's scene is intercut with a threesome with Nacho Vidal, Karina O'Reilley and Melanie Rios (playing a bunch of characters we neither know nor care about), completely ruining the depth and sexiness of the scene. I bought
this movie because it came highly recommended, and I can tell that the makers of this film put their hearts and souls in it. But I'm sad to say it doesn't work. It's humourless, it's without passion, it's dry, and I cannot recommend it.

Spartacus

By Sherri L. Shaulis
Major adult studios producing epic skin flicks has become a sort of mainstay in recent years, but the fact hat Spartacus MMXII: The Beginning was created as an independent production (it is produced by Marcus London, Tommy Gunn and Miko Lee) sets it apart from other contenders. Loosely based on the Starz series,Spartacus has all the elements needed for a perfect storm of sorts: beautiful bodies, wonderfully choreographed fight scenes, amazing sets and costumes, stellar acting, a worthy plot and steamy sex scenes.
London not only wrote and stars in the movie, but also tackles directing and editing duties. His love of the project is evident throughout, from the care taken in getting just the right angle during fight scenes to the lavish debauchery of the sex scenes.

He also gets some great acting performances from the entire cast, particularly Gunn as Crixus (who seems born to play a part in this production), and Devon Lee as Lucretia Batiatus, whose delivery of dialogue is almost effortless and acting a delight to witness.

The movie also heralds the return of Miko Lee, who has not lost a step, as the Immortal Sorceress. Her acting abilities and sexual prowess are more than adequately captured.

The story is based on the tale of Spartacus, a Thracian slave brought into the House of Batiatus, a training camp for gladiators. Spartacus quickly proves himself to be a worthy adversary, and eventually leads a rebellion of the slaves alongside Crixus. The movie has the look of the Starz original series, but also has the added benefit of portraying the sex and orgies of the time.

A standout in the sex scenes comes between London and Tanya Tate as Illythia. She taunts the slave with her words, pushing him to the breaking point until he can no longer hold back his emotions and frustration and takes it out on her physically; the intensity and heat really comes through. The half-dozen sex scenes are seamlessly woven throughout the plot instead of carelessly jammed in to meet a quota, which is a bonus.

In all, there isn't one aspect of Spartacus MMXII: The Beginning that doesn't work as a fuck flick or a standout piece of entertainment.