The Borgias 2011 123movies

The Borgias 2011 123movies

Apr. 03, 2011
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Seasons and episodes

1Season 1 Apr. 03, 2011
2Season 2 Apr. 08, 2012
3Season 3 Apr. 14, 2013

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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – The rise to power, and start of a dynasty, of the Borgia family. Rodrigo Borgia ascends within the Catholic Church, becoming Pope Alexander VI. The position brings with it many enemies, internal and state-based, and he has to use all of his abilities of diplomacy, ruthlessness, charm, and the power of the church to stay in power, and alive. Luckily, his children are equally ambitious. Plot: Set in 15th century Italy at the height of the Renaissance, The Borgias chronicles the corrupt rise of patriarch Rodrigo Borgia to the papacy, where he proceeds to commit every sin in the book to amass and retain power, influence and enormous wealth for himself and his family.
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Reviews:

Beautiful
The best word to describe this show is ‘beautiful’. The sets and costumes, like other reviewers have pointed out, are stunning. Everything flows together cohesively, and nothing feels out of place or awkward.

Going into this show, from the buzz surrounding it, I was expecting a soap opera, akin to The Tudors. Calling it a soap opera, however, really doesn’t do the show justice. From what I’ve seen thus far, I’d compare it more to HBO’s Deadwood or Rome. Sure, it shares some elements with soap operas, but it’s so much more. It’s hard to describe without giving out spoilers, though, so you’ll just have to see for yourself.

Review By: jacksondoug3 Rating: 10 Date: 2011-04-03
Historical Accuracy isn’t everything
Like many people who watch this series and others like it, I often pick out moments which are fictional or an historical event that is slightly altered. It doesn’t really matter though especially if what the writers come up with instead is still interesting and entertaining.

The first series focuses on the Borgia family’s rise to prominence and the Popes children’s gradual loss of innocence who grow into corrupt, murderous figures. The second series then follows Lucrezia’s several love interest stories and the bitter sibling rivalry between Cesare and Juan. Finally, the third series follows the Pope and his son Cesare fighting their main enemies Caterina Sforza which leads to an epic conclusion with the battle of Forli.

The good points of this series for me is the general tone and atmosphere of the show. This is created by the actors and the setting of the show. The era itself holds strong interest as during this revolutionary time which saw the rise of Da Vinci, Michaelangelo and grand architecture there are dark, viscous conspiracies going on. The whole cast are top notch, in particular David Oakes who plays Juan. His ability to jump from emotion to emotion just like that shows his talent in full flow. Sean Harris who stars as Micheletto is the underrated star of this show. Jeremy Irons is marvellous, need I say more its Jeremy Irons c’mon. I am also a huge fan of orchestral music in shows and it features prominently here and adds to the mood perfectly.

For some, this show may feature too much gore or sexual content, as there is at least one sexual scene every episode. However if you’re comfortable with this sort of thing then I can give you no negatives. If you’re an anal historical fan who purely wants fact and non-fiction drama then this probably isn’t for you but give a try anyway.

In my view its fabulous and I am one of those who was gutted to hear that it was cancelled after 3 seasons due to budget concerns despite consistently getting successful ratings. I highly recommend this show and advise you not to be put off by the fact that it was cancelled because honestly The Borgia’s Requiem Mass has come too soon.

Review By: lilguyollie Rating: 9 Date: 2013-08-15

Other Information:

Rated TV-MA
Popularity 18.39
Original Language en
Original Title The Borgias
Total Seasons 3
Released 03 Apr 2011
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Release Year 2011–2013
Genre Crime, Drama, History
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Writer Neil Jordan
Actors Jeremy Irons, François Arnaud, Holliday Grainger
Country United States, Hungary, Ireland, Canada
Awards Won 3 Primetime Emmys. 16 wins & 55 nominations total
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The Borgias 2011 123movies
The Borgias 2011 123movies
The Borgias 2011 123movies
The Borgias 2011 123movies
The Borgias 2011 123movies
The Borgias 2011 123movies
The Borgias 2011 123movies
The Borgias 2011 123movies
The Borgias 2011 123movies
Original title The Borgias
First air date Apr. 03, 2011
Last air date Jun. 16, 2013
Seasons 3
Episodes 29
Average Duration a:1:{i:0;i:50;} minutes

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