Ecellect film...all action, when its over, you want to stay in your sit and watch it again.....Tommyd
Now this is a movie that when it is over...you want to see it again
No real plot, so so acting, and lots of computer animated blood
AMAZING MOVIE...Breathtaking and Excellent Battle scences...What a long battle..but ull always enjoy every gory sec. of this Historical AMAZING Hollywood Prodoction LOL!!!! EVEN BETTER THAN THE LORD OF THE RINGS...More epic battle scences..and thankgod no fake mosters with eyes popping out...lol...Umm...Wicked movie GO SEE IT! 4.5. /5
300 6-packs that`s all I have to say! Beautifully written, phenomenal movie. Beats Troy and Gladiator.
What an energy! Had a definite out of body experience when Gerard Butler was on screen! Overall - a blockbuster masterpiece compared to `Sin City`. Found myself moving towards the big screen throughout the movie as if by simple absorption I could become a part of that world. Wish I`d been in Montreal to hang on the set when they filmed it. Alas here`s to hoping a crew with the gorgeous Gerry Butler will appear in my Prairie City someday soon. Can`t wait to see his next projects.
O.K. Hot Women:D:D Action-Packed Battles Breathtaking Visuals! Better Than Lord Of The Rings 300 ROCKS! EXCELLENT MOVIE! PERFECT ACTING! 90% TRUE! ~LOL~ Umm...Amzing Moive,i was BLOWN AWAY! It was actually true i cnat believe 300 men went up genst like 1,000,000 Persian soldiers and won their battle! An amazing historic event! Excellent movie 4.5./6 lol.
The Film`s Director Zack Snyder stated in an MTV interview that "The events are 90 percent accurate. It`s just in the visualization that it`s crazy.... I`ve shown this movie to world-class historians who have said it`s amazing. They can`t believe it`s as accurate as it is." He continues that the film is "an opera, not a documentary. That`s what I say when people say it`s historically inaccurate". Quoted in a BBC news story, Snyder stated that the film is, at its core "a fantasy film". He also describes the film`s narrator, Dilios, as "a guy who knows how not to wreck a good story with truth." Paul Cartledge, Professor of Greek History at C