Director Noam Murro’s “300: Rise of an Empire” is a tenacious bloodbath along with visuals that are fruitful and vividly entertaining. Warriors of Greece show off their courage and gallantry in a fight for a glorified nation against Persian forces in this action-packed fantasy war film. Inspired by Frank Miller’s latest — and soon to be published — graphic novel, “Xerxes," “300: Rise of an Empire” tells the tale of an Athenian general, Themistokles (Sullivan Stapleton), who will stop at nothing
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experienced televised violence are at greatest risk, there appears to be a strong correlation between media violence and aggressive behavior within vulnerable "at risk" segments of youth. Children spend more time in front of the television every week than they do on any other activity except sleeping (Muscari 31). Exposing children to violence can desensitize them to violence and cause them to act more aggressively. To understand human attraction to violent entertainment, it is necessary to look not
them happy, but it does not really work. Money is constantly being moved, yet that is not what is unhappy. People try to change other things to make themselves happy, but by this, Adams is suggesting that people should try to change themselves, rather than everything else.