The 300 Spartans
Essentially true story of how Spartan king Leonidas led an extremely small army of Greek Soldiers (300 of his personal body guards from Sparta) to hold off an invading Persian army now thought to have numbered 250,000.
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Tushar K (es) wrote: so good and so accurate....
Charles S (es) wrote: stupid funny.... stereotopical dark romance
Matthew R (gb) wrote: Penelope Cruz was alright, film was uninteresting though and I'm doubtful her relationship in the future won't end up like it was at the beginning of the film once again.
Soleil D (nl) wrote: I can't quite explain it, but--wow.
Robin F (it) wrote: An awesome movie. Everything about it is good. The sound is amazing as well as the cinematography.
Lisa N (br) wrote: This is a good film about bad arse girls. A bit dated in some ways. Linda Blair did a good performance. The rape scene is shocking. No mushy happy endings here.
Christy P (it) wrote: This movie is actually very misleading about the Aborigine lifestyle. It suggests that Australian citizens in general are living a stupid, futile life and the the Aborigines are enlightened in comparison. This is false, as we know everyone is really looking for more than we can find in this life, we are looking for God. Anyone's life can seem like an idiotic spree of endless and pointless junk, but that is the wrong perception for anyone to have of anyone else. It is wrong for anyone to act as though that perception truly applies to some and not others based on the logical observance of their lifestyle. Aborigine, or not, we all need God and are looking for Him always, in all that we do.
jay n (kr) wrote: Very colorful nonsense is a fun ride but completely ridiculous. One of five films Rock did the year before he broke through to the top flight of stars and left this sort of fodder behind. Piper Laurie is beautiful and her clothes amazing, the fact that she was able to move beyond this kind of cinematic junk food and become an esteemed actress is a testament to her talent.