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Alexander (5-Nov-2004)

Director: Oliver Stone

Writers: Laeta Kalogridis; Christopher Kyle; Oliver Stone

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Biography

Historical epic presents a dramatized account of the life and times of Alexander the Great.

ABSTRACT
Part of a number of "swords-and-sandals" epics from acclaimed directors dotting the Hollywood landscape in the 2000s, Alexander presents viewers with a dramatized depiction of the life and storied career of Macedonian monarch and conqueror Alexander the Great. Nary a stone is left unturned in this glitzy, battle-heavy biopic, following the famed territorial expansionist from his earliest days as an embattled Macedonian royal through to his invasion of the Persian Empire and ultimate downfall.

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Rosario Dawson
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Anthony Hopkins
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Angelina Jolie
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Val Kilmer
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Jared Leto
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Tim Pigott-Smith
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Christopher Plummer
Actor
13-Dec-1929   A Beautiful Mind
Jonathan Rhys-Meyers
Actor
27-Jul-1977   Velvet Goldmine

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