Caligula is one of only three films that Ebert ever walked out of.
He looks like a cross between Caligula and an evil Bratz doll.
Hedonistic distractions have existed from Caligula and Nero to Andreotti and Berlusconi.
Caligula drank “pearls of great price dissolved in vinegar.”
But that faith was dashed when I saw that someone had raided the Caligula set and planted the old columns at Invesco Field.
Occupied with their Dead, their feeling towards common flesh and blood is the feeling of Caligula.
Soon after, the mighty menaces of Caligula against them ended in mockery and derision.
But before Petronius' letter was in the hands of the emperor, Caligula's intentions had been frustrated by Agrippa.
Compared with this little fairy, a Nero, a Caligula was a veritable philanthropist.
Not far off, between Puteoli and Baiae, Caligula performed some foolish stunt of his on a bridge of boats.
cognomen of the third Roman emperor (12 C.E.-41 C.E.), born Gaius Caesar. The nickname is Latin, literally "little boot," given when he joined his father on military campaigns when still a toddler, in full, child-sized military gear; diminutive of caliga "heavy military shoe," of unknown origin.