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July 22, 2008
THIS MOVIE SHOULD BE "R"...WHEN I THINK OF ALL THE Rs THAT SHOULD BE PG OR PG 13, SUCH AS "GLORY" & "THE PATRIOT", ONE SHOULD THINK THAT THE PRODUCERS PAID OFF THE RATING PEOPLE ON THIS ONE!!!
July 10, 2008
so so stupid
June 28, 2008
All you people who thinks meet the spartans sucks you are all WRONG.Meet the spartans is amazing. I could watch meet the spartans for the rest of my life and i would spend my money to see meet the spartans.you people who think meet the spartans is a gay movie dont know a shity from the best movie ever made.sean maguire is the best actor of all times no mader what you people this is the best movie
June 05, 2008
I saw 300 like 2 weeks ago, This movie was terrible, not even worth watching, There was a time when I loved spoof movies but it seems the spoofs are going downhill and simply made for the sake of making a movie. It was really bad. It wouldn't be so bad if it was a clip here or there, but I just thought altogether it was a waste of time and money.
May 22, 2008
Whoever made this movie should be fined by the Department of Consumer Protection, because it was a sham designed to steal our money. Screw these Hollywood millionaires who are just "jacking" us up for our $9.00, and putting out such bullcrap.
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Witless, tasteless, formless spoof. Full Review
Less classic Mel Brooks than middling "Best Week Ever." Full Review
The Hollywood Reporter
Writer-directors Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer basically reprise the tired formula from their earlier efforts, which is to throw in as many pop culture references as possible to cover up the lack of any real wit. Full Review
The New York Times
Overkill is what Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer do best: as the uncontested titans of the parody genre (with fingers in everything from the "Scary Movie" franchise to the more recent "Epic Movie") they continue to prove that ridiculing other movies is much easier than making your own. Full Review
Lazy, lame and painfully unfunny, Meet the Spartans is yet another scrambled-genre parody. Full Review