Originally Posted by BrutalBodyShots
I watched the trailer (both actually) and both involve slow motion during virtually every action sequence. Not my idea of a good movie, while it may appeal to others.
I agree with you. The movie looks good to me though, from the trailer, if it isn't all slow motion. There are many cases where trailers contain shots that aren't even in the theatrical release. I hope the slow motion is just done to show off the sfx.
In regard to the dialog, , it's hard for for a few snippets of patriotic fervor to have much impact without the knowledge of what transpired before. Knowing Frank Miller, I'm sure it's a bit "over the top"; but this is an action movie, not Terms of Endearment.
Looking forward to a little Spartan justice!