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A Beautiful Mind.... of a Gladiator

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  1. film parody

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 11, 2009
  2. a 2004 short film which is a parody of the Oscar-winning films Gladiator and A Beautiful Mind both of which star Russell Crowe

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  3. The film's cast consists of newcomer Indian actor Akshay Kapoor in a small role

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  4. The film's leading character is Maximus Nash (played by Evan Matthew Weistein) whose name is a combination of Maximus, the leading character in Gladiator and John Forbes Nash, the leading character in A Beautiful Mind

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  5. The film portrays Maximus Nash as a rude and arrogrant mathematician who hears a voice in his head telling him to be rude and beat people up

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