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  • Film Review: '300: Rise of an Empire'

    Few recent tentpoles have lent themselves less naturally to a sequel than Zack Snyder's "300," a movie in which nearly all the major characters died, while a brief coda showed a unified Greek army about to lay waste to the remnants of Persia. But Snyder and co-writer Kurt Johnstad handily surmount that problem in "300: Rise of an Empire," which offers a "meanwhile, back in Athens" story to complement the Spartan narrative of the first film, along with an even higher quotient of impaled torsos, severed limbs and rippling Mediterranean musculature. Anchored by Eva Green's fearsome performance as a Persian naval commander whose vengeful bloodlust makes glowering King Xerxes seem a mere poseur, this highly entertaining time-filler lacks the mythic resonances that made "300" feel like an instant classic, but works surprisingly well on its own terms. Arriving in theaters on the box office fumes of "The Legend of Hercules" and "Pompeii," it should prove to be the ancient epic auds have been waiting for.
  • '300: Rise of an Empire' review: Spears duller than Britney

    '300: Rise of an Empire' review: Spears duller than Britney
    * (out of four) Once upon a time, apparently before the invention of chest hair, Themistocles (Sullivan Stapleton of Cinemax's "Strike Back") led the Greeks against the Persians. The latter were commanded by Artemisia (Eva Green of "Dark Shadows"), a...

    ’300: Rise of an Empire’ director Noam Murro talks operatic approach

     
    Noam Murro had one question when he was asked to direct the follow-up to 2007′s bloody swords-and-sandals action film “300″: […]

    Movie Projector: 3-D version of 'Lion King' to reign at box office

     
    Four new films are debuting this weekend at the box office: a 3-D version of the 1994 cartoon "The Lion King," a remake of the thriller "Straw Dogs," the crime drama "Drive" and "I Don't Know How She Does It," a romantic comedy starring Sarah Jessica...

    Dennis Quaid takes a run at horror -- and Bill Clinton -- in new films

    Dennis Quaid takes a run at horror -- and Bill Clinton -- in new films
    When the going's good, even potential bad news can seem a blessing. And things are going swimmingly for Dennis Quaid these days. His last film, G.I. Joe: The Rise of COBRA, had some of the worst advance press of any movie this year. "It's fun to be a...