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300: Rise of an Empire

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  • Posted July 14, 2014

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    I love the way this sequel overlaps with the original, in both s

    I love the way this sequel overlaps with the original, in both story and characters. Poetic License for sure, with the true history, but that is not good enough a reason to complain. Every few years the CGI multiplies in resolution and number of elements, and on my 75 inch watched at 10 feet, the realism is breathtaking. I have one of those friends who yelps and jumps up and down when the battles explode, and other violent evens happen, and he was on the edge of his seat all the way through. I had to try hard to ignore him, since beheadings of The Bad Buys are not to be missed. Now I wonder what will happen when I watch this again alone. It will be my turn to cheer. And I am happy with the gorgeous women NOT looking like muscle-bound weight-room freaks. If we wanted to see Reality, we could put in a disc from The Great Courses. These actors do well enough for me, especially in the slam-every-surface sex. The Triumph of Democracy has not looked so perfect since the original 300. Bravo!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2014

    Great follow- up to 300. The only criticism I can proffer here

    Great follow- up to 300. The only criticism I can proffer here is that 110 lb women like Lena Headey and Eva Green are not gonna mix it up with jacked up Immortals and Spartans/Athenians and come out in one piece. They should have hit the weight room before filming started Ahhh Wooooo!!

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