Mel Gibson's bloody Apocalypto argues some empires are better than others. 

Leave it to Mel Gibson, that musclebound papist, to make a history flick in which the conquistadores are the good guys. I don't want to ruin the end of Apocalypto, Gibson's blood-drenched, two-hour-plus epic, so I won't tell you how the…

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