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SPARTANS!! TONIGHT WE DINE IN HELL!!!!!!
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post Mar 8 2007, 01:17 PM
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Damn it I can't wait for this flick! I'm ready to punch someone!

Who's going????????


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Dine in Hell? I've heard mixed reviews of Hell's Kitchen.

The promos for 300 look like a testosterone festival, but it looks like in may be cinematically interesting.

Not anxious to see it myself, would be interested to read a review from anyone on this site, though.

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post Mar 8 2007, 01:47 PM
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Do I wanna see 300 or Zodiac? Hmmm... Time will tell.
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post Mar 8 2007, 01:54 PM
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my floor's been raving about 300 since the trailer debuted back in october. We're taking a 15 man field trip in 2 cars.....even though everyone already knows how te movie ends.


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QUOTE(imdave0182 @ Mar 8 2007, 01:47 PM) [snapback]353830[/snapback]

Do I wanna see 300 or Zodiac? Hmmm... Time will tell.


Both.


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I am going to see it, I am pumped!


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Eh
Not as good as it should have been


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post Mar 10 2007, 03:17 PM
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Now those are real men. Good movie. Certainly not on the level of Gladiator but still enjoyable.
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Not as good as Gladiator, but 10x harder.
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post Mar 10 2007, 09:54 PM
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I've yet to see this, but i have to. My guess is my family was Spartan in Ancient times.


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post Mar 11 2007, 08:44 AM
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I absolutely loved it. Great flick. I dont see why you guys are comparing it to Gladiator though, two totally different movies.


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QUOTE(DaMook @ Mar 11 2007, 08:44 AM) [snapback]354073[/snapback]

I absolutely loved it. Great flick. I dont see why you guys are comparing it to Gladiator though, two totally different movies.


I found it to be somewhat similar. And someone mentioned to me that 300 was better than Gladiatior. I disagree.
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I didn't think this movie was that great, it had some pretty good battle scenes, but it had the WORST story I had ever seen in a movie besides Napolean Dynomite.


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QUOTE(metswonin69 @ Mar 11 2007, 07:18 PM) [snapback]354095[/snapback]

I didn't think this movie was that great, it had some pretty good battle scenes, but it had the WORST story I had ever seen in a movie besides Napolean Dynomite.


Napolean Dynamite was a great flick. The great story wasn't an obvious one.

As for 300, it was strongly based on actual history. 300 Spartans held off a massive persian army for days, how is that not a compelling story?


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QUOTE(imdave0182 @ Mar 11 2007, 05:40 PM) [snapback]354092[/snapback]

I found it to be somewhat similar. And someone mentioned to me that 300 was better than Gladiatior. I disagree.


Well they both had strong half nude men killing each other with swords so I guess they are similar in that sense but in terms of story then aren't at all.


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QUOTE(DaMook @ Mar 11 2007, 07:47 PM) [snapback]354097[/snapback]

Napolean Dynamite was a great flick. The great story wasn't an obvious one.


And that of course was Uncle Rico's football comeback. What an arm on that guy.


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QUOTE(metswonin69 @ Mar 11 2007, 07:18 PM) [snapback]354095[/snapback]

I didn't think this movie was that great, it had some pretty good battle scenes, but it had the WORST story I had ever seen in a movie besides Napolean Dynomite.

I don't think the story was interesting in either movie, it's the way the story was told that made each movie good.
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am I the only one who found the history channels presentation of this event more insightful and interesting then the movie?

I'm not going to overkill the movie, it was still good, but it certainly could have been a ton better and I was excepting more from it.

Still worth the money.


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QUOTE(BreakingBnj @ Mar 12 2007, 10:19 PM) [snapback]354206[/snapback]
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Saw this movie last night. The movie touched me. It really did. I mean I left the theater feeling like I want to fight in the army. Then I realized it's the 21st century. Any movie that can get me thinking about that though has to be pretty damn good. Those Spartans were some really kick ass people. As for those Pursians, well all I can say is that that king of theirs was a bit too out there. The lesbian orgy he had though was pretty awesome.


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QUOTE(BreakingBnj @ Mar 12 2007, 10:19 PM) [snapback]354206[/snapback]

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ROFL! That's so great.


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Saw this movie with a bunch of friends tonight. It was pretty enjoyable (although I agree that it wasn't very educational, and it certainly could have been better). I love the way it was presented, and I agree that it's worth seeing. P.S. one of my friends on leaving the theater shouted the big line quite loud and got everybody's attention... I've never been so embarrassed to be his friend lol.


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bad movie.
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saw this on hd dvd yesterday. enjoyed it a lot.


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- "In today's regulatory environment, it's virtually impossible to violate rules." - Bernard Madoff, 10/20/07
The Washington Post decided not to cover Ralph Nader's presidential campaign because he had no chance of winning. Nader's response: "Then why are you covering the Nationals?"
- Asked by the Post about the younger Wilpon's job performance, Fred Wilpon said: "Excellent. Everybody knows ...that."
- "The word 'autonomy' is sometimes misused." - Jeff Wilpon
- "Let’s give Jeff Wilpon the benefit of the doubt here for a moment. Let’s say he is not short-tempered. Tone deaf. A credit seeker. An accountability deflector. A micro-manager. A second-guesser. A less-than-deep thinker. And bad at self-awareness. Fine, he’s none of these things. But here is the problem: This is his perception in the industry." - Joel Sherman
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- "The only person with a worse reputation than Jeff Wilpon in the game is David Samson." - Anonymous AL executive
- "[Mets GM Omar Minaya] isn’t the General Manager. Jeff Wilpon is. Omar’s the one out there to take the heat.” - Peter Gammons
- [Jeff Wilpon's] role in management, according to one official who worked for him, "is to act as president and CEO of second-guessing."
- "I always want Mets fans on my juries," said one noted defense attorney friend, a rabid Yankees fan. "They love losers, even three-time losers like some of my clients. And if Mets fans believe anything the Mets front office says, I can convince them to acquit anybody." - Denis Hamill
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QUOTE(Cactus @ Dec 27 2007, 10:59 PM) [snapback]388836[/snapback]

saw this on hd dvd yesterday. enjoyed it a lot.


You just saw it?


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yea, when do i have time to watch movies?


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- "In today's regulatory environment, it's virtually impossible to violate rules." - Bernard Madoff, 10/20/07
The Washington Post decided not to cover Ralph Nader's presidential campaign because he had no chance of winning. Nader's response: "Then why are you covering the Nationals?"
- Asked by the Post about the younger Wilpon's job performance, Fred Wilpon said: "Excellent. Everybody knows ...that."
- "The word 'autonomy' is sometimes misused." - Jeff Wilpon
- "Let’s give Jeff Wilpon the benefit of the doubt here for a moment. Let’s say he is not short-tempered. Tone deaf. A credit seeker. An accountability deflector. A micro-manager. A second-guesser. A less-than-deep thinker. And bad at self-awareness. Fine, he’s none of these things. But here is the problem: This is his perception in the industry." - Joel Sherman
- “Jeff is the problem with the organization, and he is never going to realize that. He cannot help himself. He has to be involved. He will never hire anyone who will not let him have major input. He will not hire anyone who does not run every personnel decision through him.” - Anonymous NL Executive
- "The only person with a worse reputation than Jeff Wilpon in the game is David Samson." - Anonymous AL executive
- "[Mets GM Omar Minaya] isn’t the General Manager. Jeff Wilpon is. Omar’s the one out there to take the heat.” - Peter Gammons
- [Jeff Wilpon's] role in management, according to one official who worked for him, "is to act as president and CEO of second-guessing."
- "I always want Mets fans on my juries," said one noted defense attorney friend, a rabid Yankees fan. "They love losers, even three-time losers like some of my clients. And if Mets fans believe anything the Mets front office says, I can convince them to acquit anybody." - Denis Hamill
- I got a call the other day. They noted I had been a long term season ticket holder and asked if I was interested. I immediately exclaimed "I'm so sorry for the Wilpon Family". He asked what I meant. I told the guy if he looked in my file, he'd see a note to call me after both Fred and Jeff dropped dead, and not a day before. - Meanballer
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QUOTE(Cactus @ Dec 27 2007, 11:12 PM) [snapback]388839[/snapback]

yea, when do i have time to watch movies?


I don't know... it's just weird that it took a man this long to see 300!

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QUOTE(Metsfan980 @ Dec 27 2007, 11:26 PM) [snapback]388844[/snapback]

I don't know... it's just weird that it took a man this long to see 300!
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- "Mr. Jeff Wilpon has decided that he’s going to learn how to run a baseball team and take over at the end of the year… Run for the hills, boys. I think probably all those baseball people will bail… Jeff sits there by himself like he’s King Tut waiting for his camel.” - Nelson Doubleday
- "In today's regulatory environment, it's virtually impossible to violate rules." - Bernard Madoff, 10/20/07
The Washington Post decided not to cover Ralph Nader's presidential campaign because he had no chance of winning. Nader's response: "Then why are you covering the Nationals?"
- Asked by the Post about the younger Wilpon's job performance, Fred Wilpon said: "Excellent. Everybody knows ...that."
- "The word 'autonomy' is sometimes misused." - Jeff Wilpon
- "Let’s give Jeff Wilpon the benefit of the doubt here for a moment. Let’s say he is not short-tempered. Tone deaf. A credit seeker. An accountability deflector. A micro-manager. A second-guesser. A less-than-deep thinker. And bad at self-awareness. Fine, he’s none of these things. But here is the problem: This is his perception in the industry." - Joel Sherman
- “Jeff is the problem with the organization, and he is never going to realize that. He cannot help himself. He has to be involved. He will never hire anyone who will not let him have major input. He will not hire anyone who does not run every personnel decision through him.” - Anonymous NL Executive
- "The only person with a worse reputation than Jeff Wilpon in the game is David Samson." - Anonymous AL executive
- "[Mets GM Omar Minaya] isn’t the General Manager. Jeff Wilpon is. Omar’s the one out there to take the heat.” - Peter Gammons
- [Jeff Wilpon's] role in management, according to one official who worked for him, "is to act as president and CEO of second-guessing."
- "I always want Mets fans on my juries," said one noted defense attorney friend, a rabid Yankees fan. "They love losers, even three-time losers like some of my clients. And if Mets fans believe anything the Mets front office says, I can convince them to acquit anybody." - Denis Hamill
- I got a call the other day. They noted I had been a long term season ticket holder and asked if I was interested. I immediately exclaimed "I'm so sorry for the Wilpon Family". He asked what I meant. I told the guy if he looked in my file, he'd see a note to call me after both Fred and Jeff dropped dead, and not a day before. - Meanballer
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