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Lars (as Victor Fischbarg)
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Ajax
Shannon Cottrell ...
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Shaun Gomez ...
Spartan
Art Green ...
Spartan
Robert J. MacColl ...
Spartan
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Spartan
Bill Miller ...
Bald Terrorist
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1 Plane. 4 Terrorists. 300 Damn Spartans.

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30 April 2007 (USA)  »

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$1,200 (estimated)
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Jerxes: Leonidas, if you take us down now, we'll be forced to land in Ohio!
King Leonidas: [yelling] Then, tonight... we dine... in Cleveland!
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Spoofs United 93 (2006) See more »

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Everybody Loves a Muscle Boi
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Very good
10 July 2009 | by (Earth) – See all my reviews

While not as snappy(which may be partially due to the slow-motion, which is entirely fitting) as their My Little Pony one, this parody trailer from Secret Sauce TV is great. As you may have figured out from the title, it mixes United 93 and 300, with the majority of the material being from the latter of the two, and most of the humor consisting of making fun of the silly or corny moments of it(in case anyone is still unclear on the matter, no, that film was intentionally ultra-macho and soaked to the bone in testosterone, that was the point, not an accident), recreating instantly recognizable stuff from the promotions for it, spoof-style, and the juxtaposition of the mythical, ancient-time plot of the Spartans with something as modern as a commercial airplane and terrorism aboard it. At one or two points, it slows down, and that doesn't always pay off. A pun or two are cringe-inducing. The jokes and gags tend to work, and there are parts of this that are downright hilarious. Acting is quite nice, and writing is well-done. They get the look right, and the production values leave next to nothing to be desired. The effects are well-done. I recommend this to fans of send-ups who have watched at least the ads for the two movies. 7/10


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