Box Office Democracy: “300: Rise of an Empire”

Arthur Martinez-Tebbel

Art Martinez-Tebbel is a writer/actor living in Los Angeles. For two years he saw the #1 movie in America every week and reviewed it for a project called Box Office Democracy. He can occasionally be seen doing improv comedy at a variety of independent venues. He is also a frequent guest at

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  1. Reinmar says:

    Rise of an empire negates the ending of the first movie? In hat way? The epilogue of the first movie takes place during the battle of Plataea, which took place one year after the battle of Salamis, or in other words the epilogue of the first movie takes place well after the end of the second one. Thus at the time of Salamis Greeks may not be united yet, or better still this movie shows how they become united in the aftermath of Thermopylae.
    Also some of your comments about the fiction in the movie (color of the sun during the battle (sic!)) clearly show that your an idiot.