Clocking in at just under three hours, Oliver Stone's epic biography of Alexander the Great is a $150 million-plus toga party that's nearly as megalomaniacally overreaching as its subject. While it's never boring, the film's entertainment value lies in all the wrong places: ridiculously staged grand tragedy, overblown acting and a lot of inadvertently campy humor. Alexandria, 363 B.C. Forty years after Alexander's death at the age of 32, grizzled old Ptolemy (Anthony Hopkins), the faithful general who ruled Egypt after the posthumous division of Alexander's empire, recounts the life of the Macedonian king who, by the age of 25, had conquered most of the known world. ...