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Yesterday evening I went to Inox J.P. Nagar, Central Mall, Bangalore to watch 300: Rise of an Empire. I wanted to experience the show in theater. Finally my dream fulfilled quite accidentally. Yesterday 17th of March, it was Holi festival in India. As usual, I left my office at 7:00 P.M. at the evening and reached to the movie hall just before five minutes of the show.

300 : Rise of an Empire is a strong sequel of 300, based on the Persian-Greco war. While legendary Spartan King Leonidas and his 300 soldiers into battle against the invading Persian army during the Battle of Thermopylae. According to legend, their valor and sacrifice inspired all of Greece to unite against the Persian foe, leading to the origins of democracy.

300: Rise of an Empire : A Review

300: Rise of an Empire : A Review

Rise of an Empire, is circulated on two major characters, Artemisia I of of Caria and Themistocles of Athens. The film shows Artemisia, a Greek country girl was captured and suffer ravish torture by Greek navy. Anyways she managed to escape and found by a noble Persian warrior. She learned how to fight in battlefield, and proved her generosity as a Persian woman navy commander. She wanted a revenge against her past hellish life experience with the Greek army. She led at the naval battle of Artemisium and the naval battle of Salamis.

During the battle of Salamis, she died fighting one and one against Themistocles.

300 : Rise of an Empire  : Review

300 : Rise of an Empire : Review

On the other side Themistocles of Athens, who is a politician and visionary to build united Greeks. Queen Gorgo was leading Sparta after her husband King Leonidas’s glorious death at the Battle of Thermopylae. Nobel by birth, Themistocles managed to convince Queen Gorgo to continue the battle against Xerxes I of Persia, who declared himself the God king. At the naval Battle of Salamis, Themistocles with his leadership ability, united the Greeks. Followed by his command and the Greeks managed to defeat the Persians.

The graphic-novel art was highly extraordinary. Slow motion, 3D effects, navy battle scenes at the middle of the sea, and the legendary history emerged new heights as well as in the history of the motion picture. I am not gonna rate the film based on its story and characters development, as I think 300: Rise of an Empire (2014) is a highly creative work.

Always love,




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3 responses »

  1. Nice poster! They aren’t using the same marketing out here in Hawaii. Not as artsy. More abs and swords. Thanks for the review. I’ll see it after Divergent Tuesday Night.

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