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The Gladiator Rough Draft Humanities Rasmussen College Sunday, July 17, 2011 Natalie C. Ringer
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The Gladiator Page 2 In the film The Gladiator , the viewer realizes that even in the face of injustice and adversity the good can triumph over the evil of others. As we walk along on the journey with Maximus in his search for redemption and revenge against those who wronged him we see how to overcome desperation and deceit from the people who were supposed to be in control of his land. As we approach the end of his path he starts to realize that he is doomed but, he continues to go on and received the outcome and glory that he deserves. Maximus leads the Roman army to victory and earns the love, honor, and respect of the Emperor, Marcus Aurelius. When the Emperor decides to give the leadership to Maximus rather than his son Commodus, Marcus is murdered by his corrupt son. The dishonorable Commodus then takes over control and wants to have Maximus killed. Maximus’ family is also killed by Commodus the corrupt son which enrages Maximus and he is able to escape from his execution. In Rome, there are people who are loyal to Maximus but the city itself is unfriendly because of the evil intentions of Commodus. Everyone is afraid of the wrath that could fall on them if they defy the emperor but, the people begin to praise Maximus for his heroic actions and this starts to worry the evil emperor. A battle ensues and Maximus comes out victorious over the evil emperor but, in the process Maximus is fatally wounded. In the last scenes of the movie we find
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2012 for the course HUM HUM taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '11 term at Rasmussen College.

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