History Film / ThreeHundred

23rd Sep '16 3:31:02 PM MarqFJA
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* IsThatTheBastYouCanDo: Stelios (Creator/MichaelFassbender) shouts "IS THAT THE BEST YOU CAN DO?!" at the first wave of Persian footmen as they hopelessly try to break the Spartan phalanx.

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* IsThatTheBastYouCanDo: IsThatTheBestYouCanDo: Stelios (Creator/MichaelFassbender) shouts "IS THAT THE BEST YOU CAN DO?!" at the first wave of Persian footmen as they hopelessly try to break the Spartan phalanx.
9th Sep '16 5:00:47 AM Saveelich
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* IsThatTheBastYouCanDo: Stelios (Creator/MichaelFassbender) shouts "IS THAT THE BEST YOU CAN DO?!" at the first wave of Persian footmen as they hopelessly try to break the Spartan phalanx.
2nd Sep '16 11:59:06 PM EvilKid
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%%%%* ArmorIsUseless:

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%%%%* * ArmorIsUseless:



%% Yes, the real Spartans had armor; what's that worthwhile adding to an article about 300?

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%% ** Yes, the real Spartans had armor; what's that worthwhile adding to an article about 300?300?
** Played straight with Persian troops. They wear light armor that serves them well where they come from but utterly useless against wall of phalanx and spears in real life, although here is 300 half naked men with shields and mostly sword, some spears.


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* EasyLogistics: Each of 300 Spartans only bring cape, loincloth, spear, shield and some helm in them. There's no mention of incoming and delivering foods, tents or blankets to them. Yet, they fight for more than a week with high spirits.
10th Aug '16 1:42:18 PM luisedgarf
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** The Japanese dub during the famous ''This is Sparta!'' line says this line ''literally'', courtesy of his [[Creator/JojiNakata voice actor]].
6th Jul '16 8:57:40 AM eroock
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* NoOSHACompliance: Sparta's careless well design is asking for trouble.

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* NoOSHACompliance: The missing safety railing around Sparta's careless well design is asking for trouble.
30th Jun '16 6:29:13 AM Willbyr
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* PullYourselfDownTheSpear: [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep The Captain]] is impaled by a Persian spearman and a couple of [[DualWield sword-wielding]] [[EliteMook Immortals]], but he hacks at the Immortals then pulls himself up the spear to finish off its (at this point terrified) wielder.
30th Jun '16 5:11:08 AM generalzod39
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-->'''Leonidas:''' "Never retreat, never surrender…" ''That'' is Spartan Law. And '''by'' Spartan Law, we will stand and '''''fight''''! …and die…

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-->'''Leonidas:''' "Never "No retreat, never no surrender…" ''That'' is Spartan Law. And '''by'' Spartan Law, we will stand and '''''fight''''! …and die…
21st Jun '16 9:07:24 AM DoctorCooper
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* {{Badass}}: The story's goal is to essentially portray the Spartans as the biggest badasses of all human history.
21st Jun '16 8:59:34 AM DoctorCooper
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* ShirtlessScene: To put it mildly. Shirts are apparently outlawed for Spartan men. Shirtless Movie would be more accurate. The film actually tones this down from the comic, where Spartans can be seen casually chilling out in the buff. [[TruthInTelevision Which is accurate to real life.]]



* WalkingShirtlessScene: None of the Spartans are wearing very much for the entire movie.

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* WalkingShirtlessScene: None of Shirts are apparently outlawed for Spartan men. The film actually tones this down from the comic, where Spartans are wearing very much for can be seen casually chilling out in the entire movie.buff. [[TruthInTelevision Which is accurate to real life.]]
6th Jun '16 4:33:09 AM Morgenthaler
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The film version of ''300'' is heavily stylized thanks to both its comic book roots and the story itself presented as a [[UnreliableNarrator morale-boosting story told by Dilios]]. While accurate in some historical aspects (mostly quotes), it is presented first and foremost as a visual Greek epic tale of glory, death, and [[RuleOfCool how battling half naked is strategically superior]]. Trying to justify or explain it is as futile as explaining why [[Film/{{Commando}} Matrix]] [[MST3KMantra should face a court-martial for property damage]]. Think of this as ''SinCity'' (also by FrankMiller) with gold and red instead of white and black… and with far fewer prostitutes.

A sequel film, ''[[Film/ThreeHundredRiseOfAnEmpire 300: Rise of an Empire]]'', was released in March 2014.

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The film version of ''300'' is heavily stylized thanks to both its comic book roots and the story itself presented as a [[UnreliableNarrator morale-boosting story told by Dilios]]. While accurate in some historical aspects (mostly quotes), it is presented first and foremost as a visual Greek epic tale of glory, death, and [[RuleOfCool how battling half naked is strategically superior]]. Trying to justify or explain it is as futile as explaining why [[Film/{{Commando}} Matrix]] [[MST3KMantra should face a court-martial for property damage]]. Think of this as ''SinCity'' ''Film/SinCity'' (also by FrankMiller) Creator/FrankMiller) with gold and red instead of white and black… and with far fewer prostitutes.

A sequel film, ''[[Film/ThreeHundredRiseOfAnEmpire 300: Rise of an Empire]]'', ''Film/ThreeHundredRiseOfAnEmpire'', was released in March 2014.
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