Have you watched "300" the movie?
March 27, 2007 6:29pm CST
Watching "300" last night was really a moving experience. Producer Frank Sanders of Virtual Studio proved that literature can be more immortalized and presented in moving pictures and very impressive graphics. "300" is based on the articles of Heracletus on the details of Spartans courageous King Leonidas and his 300 mighty warriors last stand against the million army of Xerxes I in the valley of Thermoplyae. They may be outnumbered to 1:1000, the movie showed the preparedness to battle, training and discipline are valuable tools in attaining glory. For Spartans, on the other hand, to fight for their country in an uncommon feat is the ultimate glory. How about you? Do you love the portrayal of the Battle of Thermoplyae in "300"?
• United States
27 Mar 07
Oh ya. Great movie. I hear people say it's hysticly inacurate, an I laugh. It's a movie, based a comic book. You don't get accuracy through that. But to get back on track, I loved "300." If not for any reason other then the beuty in the visuals. Sin City was the same way. Even if the story was horrible, I still would have loved that movie.