300: Rise of an Empire Passes

Greek General Themistokles (Sullivan Stapleton) leads the charge to fight invading Persian forces led by the god Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro) — once a mortal — and Artemisia (Eva Green). (courtesy of GOFOBO)

300

The Movie Scene Queen has 30 extra tickets for the Pittsburgh premiere of 300: Rise of an Empire. The special screening will occur on Monday, March 3rd at the AMC Loews Waterfront at 7:30 PM.

If you’d like your chance to attend, please comment below with the last movie you watched. I’ll start with mine: This morning I watched Hollywood Shuffle (1987) for the first time, a Robert Townsend classic where he sheds light on the fact that African American actors play the same stereotypical roles.

Winners will be announced on Friday, February 28th at 12 PM noon via email. Good Luck!

Much Love,

The Movie Scene Queen

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99 thoughts on “300: Rise of an Empire Passes

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  1. Ron says;

    Last movie we watched was Pompeii. All the fight scenes were great, and the special effect were good. At least we all know there won’t be a sequel !

  2. The Paperboy-this movie was great! Lots of twists and turns. Where was this movie when it came out? This is one of Zac Efron’;s better movies.

  3. looks like my comment didn’t submit the other day! last movie I watched was After Earth. Will & Jaden are two of my favorite actors!

  4. The last movie I watched was Warm Bodies. An interesting movie about a zombie who comes to love a human. It’s double-sided in that it has comedy, but also action packed.

  5. ust saw pompeii last two days ago. I was hoping for a little more action but was told before entering that it was a mostly a love story. I still enjoyed the movie however, as they mixed the love story and action together almost perfectly. It was a nice balance. I enjoyed the movie but I would really love to see 300 as it will give me that Spartan adventure I was looking for in Pompeii.

  6. Over the weekend I watched Monsters University and I must say, I was rather pleased with the film. It was funny, uplifting and full of heart; a great prequel to Monsters, Inc.!

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