Caligula
Release: August 14, 1979
Release: August 14, 1979

Caligula follows the exploits and debauchery of the Roman Emperor Caligula and the latter stages of the Roman Empire. The movie had two releases, one "R' rated and one "X" rated (which went into more detail of the debauchery). The movie shows the immorality and decline of the Roman Empire as the people were more interested in physical pleasure than defending themselves or governing themselves.

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Tiberius: "Do you prefer nymphs to satyrs?"
Caligula: "I like both, Lord."
Tiberius: "One needs both, yes, to keep healthy."
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Caligula: "Let them hate me, so long as they fear me."
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Caligula: "[Caligula stands in front of a large pile of documents he's about to put his stamp on] I, Caligula Caesar, command in the name of the senate and the people of Rome. [stamps document, servant removes it from the pile] I, Caligula Caesar, command in the name of the... senate... and... [browses through the large pile of documents] the people of Rome. [Stamps document, servant removes it from pile] I, Caligula Caesar, [starts speaking faster] command in the name of the senate and the people of Rome."
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Caligula: "[after a man is decapitated] If only all of Rome had just one neck."
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Caligula: "I hear you have a taste for little boys. Is that not so?"
Chaerea: "No Caesar, big boys."
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Caligula: "[first lines] I have existed from the morning of the world and I shall exist until the last star falls from the night. Although I have taken the form of Gaius Caligula, I am all men as I am no man and therefore I am a God."
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