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It's fair to say that Spartacus is a show that isn't shy about killing off its cast, no matter how well-liked or famous they might be. The impressive thing is that whenever it happens, you're still surprised. Having Naevia fight Ashur made perfect sense, because unlike Crixus, Naevia isn't historically bullet-proof. The stakes meant that every swing of the sword could be her last. Richly deserved, and not a moment too soon. I admit, I was expecting Lucretia to be the one doing that particular deed, but she got a better fate: going completely mental at the final moment.
Vesuvius by Gaius Claudius Glaber. Unfortunately, this makes the episode a bit confined, and rests the tension solely on who from the cast will die. One scarcely sees action that involving in film, let alone on cable TV, so bravo to Starz and the entire crew for making this all work as well as it does. For relatively simple and purpose-driven characters, Spartacus: Vengeance manages to wring some incredibly complex, and realistic emotions from historical truth. I questioned a few of the music choices over the course of the episode, but the final minutes prove nigh operatic in their tragic unfolding, a real testament to how easily Spartacus moves between pulp action and theatrical drama.
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Sign in. For his latest role in Don't Let Go David Oyelowo goes to a dark place and embraces fear in the latest Blumhouse film. Watch now. Title: Wrath of the Gods 30 Mar Glaber is confident that Spartacus' band can be starved on Mount Vesuvius after a daring attempt to break out fails.
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