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April 08, 2011
Love this movie.
November 28, 2009
y'know im not gonna say that this was a production genius and had amazing acting or anything like that but it was a really good, fun, action movie. definitely a guy movie. if you were expecting any more than that your going to be disappointed.
March 15, 2009
This was not a movie, it's a video game, and all you fools who do not know movies fell for it like the same fools who shop for cheap things on E BAY
March 07, 2009
A visual masterpiece that is compelling and inspiring. Director Zach Snyder has taken one of the most beloved graphic novels of all time and created a movie that is almost like reading the novel itself. The acting is awesome and the action is swift and relentless. Very good film.
September 13, 2008
Definitely a guy's flick... but then my girlfriend is probably the exception to the rule since she also enjoyed watching this flick with me. A high body count, lots of snarling, grunting and man noise with enough sex, T&A and muscularity for both of us. A very stylized and graphic action flick.
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The New York Times
Another movie -- Matt Stone and Trey Parker's "Team America," whose wooden puppets were more compelling actors than most of the cast of 300 -- calculated the cost [of freedom] at $1.05. I would happily pay a nickel less, in quarters or arcade tokens, for a vigorous 10-minute session with the video game that 300 aspires to become. Full Review
The action epic 300 is so overblown, overheated and over the top that on some level, it's fun to get caught up in the operatic dizziness of it. Full Review
300 will be talked about as a technical achievement, the next blip on the increasingly blurry line between movies and video games. Full Review
300 may not offer masterful storytelling in a conventional sense, but it's hard to beat as a spectacle and that makes it worthwhile viewing for all but the most squeamish of potential audience members. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
300 presents a dual clash of civilizations. An action adventure that pits thousands of Persians against 300 brave Spartans at the Battle of Thermopylae, it also pits millions of fans of brainless violence against a gallant band, or so I choose to think of us, who still expect movies to contain detectable traces of humanity. Full Review