300: Rise Of An Empire

300: Rise Of An Empire

Based on Frank Miller's latest graphic novel Xerxes and told in the breathtaking visual style of the blockbuster "300," this new chapter of the epic saga takes the action to a fresh battlefield--on the sea--as Greek general Themistokles attempts to unite all of Greece by leading the charge that will change the course of the war. "300: Rise of an Empire" pits Themistokles against the massive invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes and Artemesia, the vengeful commander of the Persian navy.

300: Rise of an Empire is a war film directed by Noam Murro. While King Leonidas and 300 Spartans Warriors have peaceful days at Thermopylae, the Persians pulled to sea. Themistocles (Sullivan Stapleton), a Greek general perceived the threat from the king of Persia - Xerxes. He known that Greek need to unite to repell the invading Persians. Failed to persuade the king, Themistocles with warriors fought against the Persian army under the leadership of Artemisia (Eva Green) - an extremely cruel and cunning general. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


300: Rise Of An Empire torrent reviews

Jeff C (it) wrote: Sadly this ambitious film does not really catch the rhythm of a great film until it's half way over... Good acting... It would have been a masterpiece with better camera work... Editing...the writing was all over the place, unless you are going to have a intermission like Lawrence of Arabia then you must cut down on some dialogue. This film is still worth watching...

KARLA E (kr) wrote: Don't remember this story from the news. Wish I did so I could have appreciated a lil bit more

Jake B (de) wrote: I expected a funny move with Chris Rock, but instead I got a documentary about African American hair.

Floss W (fr) wrote: really bad, read the book...its much better.

Ronald R (gb) wrote: Rules of engagement.

Kim S (de) wrote: I'm not a fan of political films, but the sarcasm was right up my alley. THAT and the fact that ALAN RICKMAN delivered the goods (as always).

Stephen F (mx) wrote: A real tearjerker with a few twists and turns. Besides the great performance by Jessica Tandy, the other three main actresses create an astounding ensemble of woman.

Terri H (ca) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Pierluigi P (fr) wrote: An underrated bittersweet comedy sparklingly written by the master of cynicism. Tailor made for the antics of the marvelous odd couple Matthau-Lemmon.

Milo C (jp) wrote: The movie represents the book poorly. If you want to see an adaptation for this novel, watch the classic 1963 version. This one is just garbage.

Mitchell N (es) wrote: Has its moment, but relies on silly faces and voices too much.

bill s (ru) wrote: A little bit of everything but at the end we just want to see Bronson kicking arse and while not death wish it's passable.

Nathan M (it) wrote: Bodybuilder combined with experimental drug and large amounts of turkey meat = half man half turkey creature who drinks women's blood????.... This is such an awful movie it automatically deserves 5 stars.

David W (br) wrote: Action-packed, shocking, and riveting make Collateral so good thanks to Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, and Michael Mann's style of action

Facebook U (de) wrote: Very funny right from the start but the story is a bit strange. This is not your regular love story, not linear at all. It is actually getting quite difficult mid-film. You can throw romantism through the window. The english teacher still ends up a bit selfless and delusional in a nice kind of way, with some sexual appetite rather unfulfilled.