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    Re: MY REVIEW OF 300, THE MOVIE.

    "Nephilim" wrote:
    300 was digitally enhanced...and a awesome movie...I hope my movie does that good...with all the money itll make this weekend
    what is your movie? is it any good?
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    Re: MY REVIEW OF 300, THE MOVIE.

    http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/300/

    Consensus- 61%
    Cream of the Crop- 53%

    Consensus- "A simple-minded but visually exciting experience."


    Really doesnt sound as bad as you would have us think.


    Chuch.

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    Re: MY REVIEW OF 300, THE MOVIE.

    "mr.woo" wrote:
    "Nephilim" wrote:
    300 was digitally enhanced...and a awesome movie...I hope my movie does that good...with all the money itll make this weekend
    what is your movie? is it any good?
    I happen to be in the writing and screenplay field, friend...lol ;D

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    Re: MY REVIEW OF 300, THE MOVIE.

    "Nephilim" wrote:
    "mr.woo" wrote:
    "Nephilim" wrote:
    300 was digitally enhanced...and a awesome movie...I hope my movie does that good...with all the money itll make this weekend
    what is your movie? is it any good?
    I happen to be in the writing and screenplay field, friend...lol ;D
    didnt you write a book?

    on another note sign up to be on my side in the war!
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    Re: MY REVIEW OF 300, THE MOVIE.

    LOL...starting to recruit already eh lol

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    Re: MY REVIEW OF 300, THE MOVIE.

    he needs all the help he can get


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    Re: MY REVIEW OF 300, THE MOVIE.

    a smart general takes help were ever he can get it.

    a foolish ones arrogance maes him think he already has enough.
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    Re: MY REVIEW OF 300, THE MOVIE.

    I guess it also depends on how old you are also. I am 31 but I am sure I would have loved it if I was 15

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    Re: MY REVIEW OF 300, THE MOVIE.

    "michaelmazid" wrote:
    I guess it also depends on how old you are also. I am 31 but I am sure I would have loved it if I was 15
    Age is overrated.

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    Re: MY REVIEW OF 300, THE MOVIE.

    "michaelmazid" wrote:
    To all my fellow purplepriders,

    PLEASE DO NOT GO SEE 300!!!

    If you must go see it, buy a ticket for a different movie and go watch 300. This movie is garbage. It seems like the director watched gladiator and braveheart and decided ok, I make one just like that using the same lines.
    The movie is historically very inaccurate and the dialoge is just a disaster.
    I was very dissapointed and I am thinking about never going back to the movies again.

    Thats how bad it was.
    Like the others have said, it wasn't intended to be historically accurate, they based off of Frank Millers novel. It is Hollywood making this, right? Besides, the directors weren't trying to have you involved in the characters love stories, they were trying to convey what the grime and harshness of war in that time period would look like.

    Also, for you to say that this movie blew is nonsense. There were several articles in nationally syndicated magazines describing how this movie revolutionized how movies are going to be made from now on. Maybe you shouldn't go to the movies anymore? IDK, good luck with that...

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