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Meet the Spartans (2008)

  • Rate: 2.5/10 total 62,989 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | War
  • Release Date: 25 January 2008 (USA)
  • Runtime: Argentina:86 min | UK:84 min | 86 min (unrated version)
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Meet the Spartans (2008)


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  • IMDb page: Meet the Spartans (2008)
  • Rate: 2.5/10 total 62,989 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | War
  • Release Date: 25 January 2008 (USA)
  • Runtime: Argentina:86 min | UK:84 min | 86 min (unrated version)
  • Filming Location: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
  • Budget: $30,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $84,646,831(Worldwide)(15 March 2009)
  • Stars: Sean Maguire, Kevin Sorbo and Carmen Electra
  • Original Music By: Christopher Lennertz   
  • Soundtrack: Good to Go
  • Sound Mix: SDDS | DTS | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Spartan | King | Spear | Persian | Warrior

Writing Credits By:

  • Jason Friedberg (written by) &
  • Aaron Seltzer (written by)

Known Trivia

  • Not screened for critics.
  • WILHELM SCREAM: Persian warrior falling off a cliff.
  • To date (2011), one of two movies written and directed by both Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, not to have the word “movie” in the title. The other is Vampires Suck.

Goofs: Anachronisms: When Queen Margo turns over on the massage table, one would initially think they saw a nipple slip, when in reality what you see is a white pastie – probably not common garb even for a spoof of a movie set in this time period.

Plot: The heroic Spartan king Leonidas, armed with nothing but leather underwear and a cape, leads a ragtag… See more »  »

Story: The heroic Spartan king Leonidas, armed with nothing but leather underwear and a cape, leads a ragtag bunch of 13 Spartan misfit warriors to defend their homeland against thousands of invading Persians whom include the Ghost Rider, Rocky Balboa, the Autobots, and an ugly hunchbacked Paris Hilton and a shaved-head Brittany Spears.Written by matt-282  


Synopsis: The film opens with a Spartan elder inspecting a talking baby ogre. The baby vomits on the inspector and is then discarded with a punt off the hill. Next, he inspects a Vietnamese baby, and Brangelina instantly adopts it. Baby Leonidas is then inspected, having a six-pack, biceps, and beard from birth. He is accepted as a Spartan and prepared for kinghood through his childhood training, from fighting his grandmother to enduring torture. Leonidas (Sean Maguire) is then cast out into the wild, and survives the harsh winter while killing a giant dancing penguin. Returning a king for his inauguration ceremony, Leonidas sees Margo (Carmen Electra) dancing and asks her to marry him, to which she responds by giving him the combination to her chastity belt.

Years later, Leonidas is training when Captain (Kevin Sorbo) informs him that a Persian messenger has arrived. The messenger has come to present Xerxes’ demands for Sparta’s submission. Leonidas arrives to greet the messenger in the Spartan way (high-fives for the women and open mouth tongue kisses for the men). After growing angry with both the messenger’s disrespect and making out with his wife, Leonidas kicks him, the messenger’s bodyguards, and then several other people he simply disliked, ranging from Britney Spears (Nicole Parker), Ryan Seacrest, Michael Jackson and Kevin Federline (Nick Steele) to Sanjaya Malakar (Tony Yalda) and the American Idol judges into "the pit of death". As Leonidas walks off he turns to a column that has a switch that reads "Garbage Disposal", and flips the switch causing the celebrities to spiral to their "death".

Resolving to face the Persians, Leonidas visits the Oracle, proposing an "erotic-sounding" strategy to repel the numerically superior enemy after offering the priests various skin-care lotions for guidance. The Oracle, Ugly Betty (Crista Flanagan), reveals that Leonidas will die should he go to war. The next day, Leonidas meets the soldiers assembled for his departure to Thermopylae, and finds that only 13 (not 300) were accepted in the army, since there were stringent specifications to be accepted "Hunky with deep Mediterranean tans, and well-endowed". Three among them include Captain, his son, Sonio, and a slightly unfit Spartan named Dilio, who, as the Captain states, "Has a lot of heart…and nice man boobs." Once at the Hot Gates, they encounter Paris Hilton (also played by Parker), who tells Leonidas and the Captain about a secret goat path above the Hot Gates that Xerxes could use to outflank the Spartans. When she asks to be made a Spartan soldier Leonidas rejects her as unqualified.

Leonidas and his platoon soon face off with Xerxes’ messenger and his Immortals, beating them in a dance contest before driving them off a cliff. Xerxes (Ken Davitian), impressed, personally approaches Leonidas and attempts to bribe him in a Deal or No Deal fashion. Despite the soldiers’ encouragements, the Spartan king declines, saying that he will instead make the "God King" fall. The Spartans then face the Persian army in a "Yo Momma" fight, ending with a victory, in spite of Dilio having his eyes scratched out. Though victory seemed to be in the Spartans’ grasp, Paris Hilton betrays the Spartans and reveals the location of the goat path to Xerxes, having been promised having her hump removed as one of her traitorous rewards. Using a CGI army, Xerxes meets the 12 remaining Spartans and the war is on.

Meanwhile, back in Sparta, Queen Margo sexually submits to Traitoro in order to persuade him to send more troops to assist Leonidas. He states that he will finally lose his virginity while using his cell phone to take pictures. However, he reveals publicly that she has not been chaste. The anger at this revelation provokes a symbiote suit to envelop her, mirroring the parasitic symbiote Spider-Man suit in Spider-Man 3. She fights with Traitoro, who, in line with the parody, becomes the Spider-Man 3 villain the Sandman. Margo wins the battle with a vacuum cleaner – and Traitoro’s treachery is revealed when it is discovered that Xerxes is in Traitoro’s Top Five, whereupon Sparta agrees to send more troops.

At the Battle of Thermopylae, the Persians introduce their secret weapons: Ghost Rider, who is quickly defeated, and Rocky Balboa, who decapitates Sonio with one right hook but is killed by a vengeful Captain with a Botox-laced syringe. Captain then gets killed by a spear, thrown through his torso by Xerxes.

Captain’s death enrages Leonidas, and the battle sequence switches to a Grand Theft Auto-esque format as he runs through the Persian Army and corners Xerxes. While running away, Xerxes finds the "Transformer Cube" and harnesses its power to combine with a convertible to become "Xerxestron", playing "Leave Britney Alone" videos to prove his "godly power". But Xerxestron ends up delivering on Leonidas’s promise to "fall", as his power cord disconnects and he falls forward, crushing the surviving Spartans under his bulk. Thus the narrator concludes, "Leonidas was true to his word: a god-king did fall… but unfortunately, right on them!" The blind Dilio, who left prior to the final battle, eventually returns to Sparta to tell of Leonidas’ final moments. A year later, Dilio leads a force of one hundred real Spartans and several thousand CGI-ones to defeat the Persians, but the blind warrior ends up going the wrong way and leads the Spartans to Malibu. They end up crashing into Lindsay Lohan as she once more leaves drug rehab, causing her to expose her bare groin and fly off screen.

The film ends with a musical number set to Gloria Gaynor’s "I Will Survive" performed on American Idol by all of the characters in the film. It also spoofs Britney Spears’ VMA comeback performance.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Marc S. Fischer known as line producer: additional photography
  • Jason Friedberg known as producer
  • W. Mark McNair known as co-producer (as Mark McNair)
  • Arnon Milchan known as executive producer
  • Hal Olofsson known as co-producer
  • Peter Safran known as producer
  • Aaron Seltzer known as producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Sean Maguire known as Leonidas
  • Carmen Electra known as Queen Margo
  • Ken Davitian known as Xerxes
  • Kevin Sorbo known as Captain
  • Diedrich Bader known as Traitoro
  • Method Man known as Persian Emissary
  • Jareb Dauplaise known as Dilio
  • Travis Van Winkle known as Sonio
  • Phil Morris known as Messenger
  • Jim Piddock known as Loyalist / Simon Cowell Look-a-Like
  • Nicole Parker known as Paula Abdul Look-a-Like / Britney Spears Look-a-Like / Ellen DeGeneres Look-a-Like / Hunchback Paris
  • Ike Barinholtz known as Dane Cook Look-a-Like / Bond Villain / Prophet
  • Crista Flanagan known as Spartan Woman / Ugly Betty Look-a-Like
  • Hunter Clary known as Leo Jr.
  • Emily Wilson known as Lindsay Lohan Look-a-Like
  • Stuart Rigby known as Tom Cruise Look-a-Like (as Thomas McKenna)
  • Tiffany Haddish known as Urban Girl
  • Willie Macc known as Urban Kid
  • Kenny Yates known as Urban Kid
  • John Di Domenico known as Donald Trump Look-a-Like
  • Christopher Lett known as Randy Look-a-Like
  • Jenny Costa known as Tyra Banks Look-a-Like
  • Belinda Waymouth known as Twiggy Look-a-Like
  • Jesse Lewis IV known as Ms. Jay Look-a-Like
  • Zachary Dylan Smith known as 10-Year-Old Leonidas
  • Ryan Fraley known as Brad Pitt Look-a-Like
  • Tiffany Claus known as Angelina Jolie Look-a-Like
  • Nick Steele known as K-Fed Look-a-Like
  • Jim Nieb known as President Bush Look-a-Like
  • Dean Cochran known as Rocky Balboa / Rambo
  • Nate Haden known as Ryan Seacrest Look-a-Like
  • Tony Yalda known as Sanjaya Look-a-Like
  • Philip Albuquerque known as Dancing Persian / Spartan Soldier (as Philip 'Spee-D' Albuquerque)
  • Jaime Burgos III known as Dancing Persian / Spartan Soldier (as Jaime 'Venum' Burgos)
  • Leon C. Carswell known as Dancing Persian / Spartan Soldier (as Leon 'Vietnam' Carswell)
  • Jon 'Do Knock' Cruz known as Dancing Persian / Spartan Soldier (as Jon 'Do-Knock' Cruz)
  • Oscar 'Wonder' Ledezma known as Dancing Persian / Spartan Soldier
  • Moises Rivas known as Dancing Persian / Spartan Soldier
  • Richie 'Abstrak' Soto known as Dancing Persian / Spartan Soldier
  • Ivan 'Flipz' Velez known as Dancing Persian / Spartan Soldier
  • Leroy Barnes Jr. known as Dancing Persian Emissary (as Leroy 'Hypnosis' Barnes)
  • Dazzle Boy known as Dancing Immortal
  • Oscar Orosco known as Dancing Immortal
  • Rufino 'Rockadile' Puno known as Dancing Immortal
  • Steve Lindsley known as Councilman (as Steven Lindsley)
  • John J. Mourain known as Councilman (as John Mourain)
  • Kurt Smildsin known as Councilman
  • Joseph L. Henley Jr. known as Wrong Leo – Jr.
  • Briana Barran known as Hooters Girl
  • Kim Ormiston known as Hooters Girl (as Kimberly Ormiston)
  • Misty Ormiston known as Hooters Girl
  • Micaela Santos known as Hooters Girl
  • Stormy Shuff known as Hooters Girl
  • Kellie Stouder known as Hooters Girl
  • Misty Tippett known as Hooters Girl
  • Natasha Blasick known as Pretty Girl
  • Sheena Chou known as Pretty Girl
  • Kyra Hultz known as Pretty Girl
  • Kim Kindrick known as Pretty Girl
  • Vilayna LaSalle known as Pretty Girl
  • Lauren Walsh known as Pretty Girl
  • Courtney Shay Young known as Pretty Girl
  • Paige Peterson known as Hot Orgy Girl
  • Jenny Robinson known as Hot Orgy Girl
  • Tim Connolly known as Spartan Soldier (uncredited)
  • Chris Crocker known as Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • Robin Atkin Downes known as Narrator (uncredited)
  • Dominique DuVernay known as Harem (uncredited)
  • Jewel Grosch known as Hot Teen Spartan (uncredited)
  • Russell M. Haeuser known as Greek Councilman (uncredited)
  • Jessica Heap known as Spartan Woman's Friend (uncredited)
  • Martin Klebba known as Happy Feet (uncredited)
  • Theo Kypri known as Ghost Rider (uncredited)
  • Elton LeBlanc known as Greek Councilman (uncredited)
  • Lacie Manshack known as Girl (uncredited)
  • Jay Oliver known as Greek Councilman (uncredited)
  • Jason Paige known as Buttmeister V / O Guy (uncredited)
  • Rene' J.F. Piazza known as Paparazzi #2 (uncredited)
  • Ross Rouillier known as Persian Warrior (uncredited)
  • Philip Searcy known as Persian Warrior (uncredited)
  • Chaz Smith known as Spartan Citizen (uncredited)
  • Justin Smith known as Jeremy (uncredited)
  • Daniel Vincent known as Attacking Persian Swordsman (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:
  • Rebecca Alling known as makeup artist: additional photography
  • Steven E. Anderson known as creature effects makeup artist
  • Germicka Barclay known as hair stylist: additional photography
  • Samantha M. Capps known as makeup artist
  • Mishell Chandler known as hair department head: additional photography
  • Debra Coleman known as makeup artist: additional photography (as Debra S. Coleman)
  • Roxy D'Alonzo known as makeup artist: additional photography
  • Stephan Dupuis known as creature effects key makeup artist (as Stéphan L. Dupuis)
  • Roxanne Ferguson known as key hair stylist (as H. Roxanne Ferguson)
  • Jake Garber known as makeup artist: additional photography
  • Betty Hamnac known as hair stylist (as Betty W. Hammac)
  • Brad Look known as makeup artist: additional photography (as Bradley M. Look)
  • Yolanda Mercadel known as hair stylist
  • Amanda Mofield known as hair stylist: additional photography
  • Ned Neidhardt known as key makeup artist
  • Davy Newkirk known as hair stylist: Ms. Electra
  • Douglas Noe known as makeup department head
  • Gary J. Perticone known as hair department head
  • Bren Plaistowe known as hair stylist: additional photography
  • Lufeng Qu known as special makeup effects artist

Art Department:

  • Jeff B. Adams Jr. known as set designer
  • Eva Anna Andry known as assistant art director
  • Bob Brulet known as carpenter
  • Michael Calabrese known as leadman
  • Gus Coto known as set dresser
  • Lisa Akes Crouch known as greensman
  • Matthew L. Crowson known as painter
  • James M. Davis known as general forman
  • Ryan Martin Dwyer known as additional set dresser
  • Gregory P. Fuller known as toolman
  • Jeff Garbacz known as carpenter
  • Wade W. Good known as carpenter
  • L. David Gordon known as drapery foreman
  • Kerry Hardy known as painter
  • Anthony J. Henderson known as sculptor
  • Michael Hendrick known as set dresser
  • Kathleen Kat Holton known as construction buyer
  • Kathleen Kat Holton known as greensman
  • Brenda Hunsaker known as sculptor
  • Nicole LaBranche known as art department assistant
  • John Leone known as labor forman
  • Twig Leveque known as prop assistant
  • Lindanne Lewis known as set painter
  • Mike Manasewitsch known as set dresser
  • Myron Meek known as carpenter
  • Don Miloyevich known as property master
  • Tianna Mockett known as set decorating coordinator
  • Christian Nardi known as construction clerk
  • Jeff Passanante known as construction coordinator
  • Darren Patnode known as on-set dresser
  • Gordon Peck Jr. known as sculptor
  • Jason Perlander known as set dresser
  • Jeff Poss known as sculptor
  • Lufeng Qu known as painter
  • Todd Rex known as sculptor
  • Noel Rideout known as set dresser
  • Ronald Romanski known as painter
  • George Sanchez known as plasterer
  • Mark Sparks known as propmaker foreman
  • Victoria St. Pierre known as paint gangboss
  • Dan Sweetman known as storyboard artist
  • David Tye known as lead sculptor
  • Randy Vinet known as carpenter
  • Ben Wisdom known as art department coordinator
  • Jennifer Brown known as construction medic (uncredited)




Production Companies:

  • New Regency Pictures
  • Regency Enterprises

Other Companies:

  • Belgrade Film Orchestra  orchestra
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  hydrascope telescoping crane arm
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  remote camera systems
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  stabilized remote camera systems
  • Direct Tools & Fasteners  expendables
  • Erik Kabik Photography  still photography
  • Event Rental  locations equipment rentals
  • Event Rental  portable power systems and cables
  • Global Tactical Services  security services
  • Hollywood Trucks  entertainment transportation
  • LaserPacific  digital intermediate services
  • Leonetti Company  lighting equipment provided by
  • Location Catering  catering
  • Louisiana Media Productions  production services
  • New Orleans Film Commission, The  film commission
  • Pacific Title  end titles by
  • Soundelux  sound editorial services
  • Todd-AO Hollywood  adr stage (as Todd-AO Hollywood)
  • Todd-AO Studios  mixing services (as Todd-AO West)
  • Worldwide Movie Animals  animals provided by


  • 20th Century Fox Netherlands (2008) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox (2008) (UK) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox (2008) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox of Germany (2008) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Fox-Warner (2008) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
  • Odeon (2008) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Twentieth Century Fox C.I.S. (2008) (Russia) (theatrical)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (2008) (USA) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2008) (USA) (DVD)
  • 20th Century Fox de Argentina (2008) (Argentina) (all media)
  • FS Film Oy (2008) (Finland) (all media)
  • Gativideo (2008) (Argentina) (DVD)
  • HBO Hungary (2010) (Hungary) (TV)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment Germany (2008) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (2009) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Veronica (2010) (Netherlands) (TV)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Creature Effects (prosthetic makeup and creatures)
  • W.M. Creations (additional prosthetics effects)
  • Pixel Magic (visual effects)

Visual Effects by:

  • Mandy Arnold known as digital effects artist
  • Donnie Creighton known as digital intermediate producer
  • Ryan Helsley known as digital intermediate producer
  • Bonnie Kanner known as visual effects executive producer: Pixel Magic
  • Pency Kinnard known as digital compositor
  • Vincent Lavares known as data manager: Laser Pacific
  • Steven Lloyd known as digital effects artist
  • Bruce Mann known as digital compositor
  • Daniel Mellitz known as compositor
  • Robert Rowles known as digital compositor
  • Neal Sopata known as digital artist
  • Mai Suzuki known as digital restoration artist
  • Karen A. White known as visual effects editor
  • David Yrisarri known as visual effects producer

Release Date:

  • New Zealand 24 January 2008
  • Canada 25 January 2008
  • USA 25 January 2008
  • Estonia 1 February 2008
  • Indonesia 1 February 2008
  • Iceland 8 February 2008
  • Russia 21 February 2008
  • Australia 28 February 2008
  • Germany 28 February 2008
  • Hong Kong 28 February 2008
  • Singapore 28 February 2008
  • Switzerland 28 February 2008 (German speaking region)
  • Austria 29 February 2008
  • Mexico 29 February 2008
  • Panama 29 February 2008
  • Philippines 12 March 2008
  • Venezuela 18 March 2008
  • Sweden 19 March 2008
  • Ireland 21 March 2008
  • UK 21 March 2008
  • Greece 27 March 2008
  • Finland 28 March 2008
  • Spain 28 March 2008
  • Belgium 2 April 2008
  • Poland 4 April 2008
  • Colombia 11 April 2008
  • Denmark 17 April 2008
  • Italy 24 April 2008
  • Netherlands 24 April 2008
  • Portugal 24 April 2008
  • Norway 25 April 2008
  • France 16 July 2008
  • Argentina 27 August 2008 (DVD premiere)
  • Japan 2 October 2009 (DVD premiere)
  • Hungary 14 January 2010 (TV premiere)

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for crude and sexual content throughout, language and some comic violence



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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  1. ToppsyKretts from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 4:13 pm

    Anyone who would remotely consider themselves to be a fan of the spoofgenre would reject this trash. I'll be the first one to admit thattaste is subjective, but the guys that made this movie lack any sort oftalent for this type of movie

    I implore anyone to check out the following spoof movies:

    Airplane! Top Secret The Naked Gun The Naked Gun 2 1/2 Hot Shots HotShots: Part Deux Kentucky Fried Movie (yes, its "old" but a classicnone the less) Mafia! BASEketball Scary Movie 3 Sacry Movie 4

    Not all of these are great. Many are a product of their era. Some aredownright "average" spoof movies, at best. But compared to "Meet theSpartans" (or Epic Movie or Date Movie) they are a BILLION timesbetter. And they have one thing in common… Zucker / Abrahams / Zucker(also must give props to writer Pat Proft). These guys INVENTED thisgenre. Watch these films and you will realize Jason Friedberg & AaronSeltzer are talentless hacks who think just making a reference to popculture is funny.

    If Jason Friedberg & Aaron Seltzer are reading this, I suggest youmight want to watch these movies as well. You might learn a thing ortwo.

  2. Queer-qatfm from Atlanta, GA
    30 Mar 2012, 4:13 pm

    A dismal failure of a spoof with only the slightest bit of funny. Thisdreck breaks all the rules of good spoofing.

    1. Be timely. A joke about Ellen in Mr Wrong? Really?

    2. Be funny when offensive. Accident prone kid in Scary Movie 3, mildlyfunny. Assault on a kid by Spartian, not funny.

    3. Be subtle sometimes. Not everything has to go to the extreme.

    4. Be broad. Go everywhere for your spoofs, not just the same wellsover and over.


    5. DON'T EXPLAIN EVERY RIFF AND SOURCE MATERIAL. If you have to tellyour audience where it comes from, chances are it's not funny.

    The fact that this film is only 60 odd minutes plus one of the longestcredit sequences loaded with even more unfunny deleted scenes(seriously can't those wait for the DVD no one should buy either),that's just adding insult to injury.

  3. charmeleonaire from Canada
    30 Mar 2012, 4:13 pm

    I don't know how my brain allowed me to see this picture. I thought itwould be like trying to suffocate yourself; your body would just shutdown before you could do it. Apparently I was wrong. I sat through thismovie and laughed once, and that was during the preview for anothermovie. There was the odd part where I might have cracked a smile orthought, "This might be funny if…" but there is a very good reasonfor that. Instead of making good jokes and thoughtful humour, thewriters decided to just constantly send an endless stream of jokes atyou and hoped one of them made you chuckle. This movie was trulyatrocious. You would think after having their last two films be on thebottom 100 of this site, the makers would say, "Lets try somethingdifferent," but no, it is the exact same as Date Movie and Epic Movie;Bad.

  4. ( from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 4:13 pm

    This is perhaps one of the most awful films I've seen. Much as I enjoytacky spoof humor, this movie just falls flat. So many of the film'sjokes are so drawn out that whatever humor originally present just getsdiluted. It was funny kicking a celebrity into the pit of death once.Five times later, it's just stale and dragging. If you've seen thetrailers to this, you've basically seen about 90% of the film. Thescript could have been easily condensed to a 10 minute sketch forSaturday Night Live. The humor is so repetitive; almost all of thejokes play off either the Spartans questionable sexuality orcelebrities' promiscuity. A blurred-out vagina just isn't that funny,why did the movie choose to use it 5 times? While there were numerouspop-culture references, there simply wasn't much done with it. Someoneforgot to tell the middle-schooler who wrote this that having a poorlyimpersonated celebrity appear isn't funny by itself.

    Don't see this movie, even if you liked similar spoof movies (likeScary Movie).

  5. bowtiecinema from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 4:13 pm

    I work at a movie theater, so the only reason I went to see this moviewas because it was free and I thought that it just might be the kind ofmovie that's so bad me and my friends could entertain ourselves bymaking fun of it. However, Meet the Spartans left us completelydumbfounded and speechless. It's beyond bad! There was nothing youcould say that could make of this movie, it does it all by itself andit doesn't even allow you to laugh while you watch it going down inflames. I considered its predecessor, Epic Movie, to be among one ofthe worst movies ever made. I didn't think it could possibly get worse,but it did. It's like watching 300 all over again expect withridiculous pop culture references that aren't even funny. The guys whomade this movie obviously don't understand comedy in the slightest bit.I hope that this is the last one of these ridiculous comedies that getsto occupy a theater over another film that might actually be worthsomething. This film is a waste of money for starters, but even if youdon't have to pay, it's just a waste of time.

  6. jj_nine from Canada
    30 Mar 2012, 4:13 pm

    I was recently forced to sit through Meet the Spartans. Ill start bysaying that i'm very sick of all this epic/date/scary movie junk. It'sbeen overdone and only appeals to people under the age of 9. The humorin this movie was just as awful as i thought it would be and i couldpredict the entire movie. I was told before-hand that it was only about90 minutes, and was a little upset id be paying for that. Afterwatching the movie i was beyond glad that i only had to be tortured forthat long, rather than the usual 2 hours. I'll close by saying that ifyou're forced to watch this movie, rip your eyes out of your skull andpour salt into your head. It will be much more enjoyable.

  7. Randy Coates from Canada
    30 Mar 2012, 4:13 pm

    Me movie is good. Me am smart. Make funny ha ha joke! Ha Ha! Me showyou… ug…. people you am know from pop culture tabloids. Me make funof them! Me show you fat person and you laugh! You laugh at littlemidgets and farting! PBBBLLLP! Fart noise! HA HA Funny! Me poop mypants. In funny movie Meet Spartans I make fun of other movie. I takescenes from movies you know and make them funny. I add farts or havepeople kicked down into a hole. I make funny gay jokes about gaypeople! Ha ha! Don't forget, you laugh at Kevin Federline because he isbig loser! Him think he can rap just like me think me can write joke!Me write movie! You remember Epic Movie? Me write that too. Me writewith crayons or my own poop that I scoop out of toilet after I fart andgo pooh. Me make funny jokes about Paris Hilton. She so stupid! She amloose sexually. Ha HA HA! Me write sequel soon. Me deserve bazillionsof dollars for buying things me stupid family deserve. Me ug fbloduadboodle! HAHA!

  8. r287 from United Kingdom
    30 Mar 2012, 4:13 pm

    This was easily one of the worst films i've seen so far this year. Iwas obviously made very cheaply and it really shows on the screen. Thejokes are extremely childish yet I wouldn't recommend it for childrenas some bits are somewhat offencive..they have really missed the markon this one which I was really hoping would be good as I usually lovethis style of film. Most of the gags in the film have been seen timeand time again and by the end the audience was really switching off andthe younger members of the audience just started throwing popcornaround as it was so bad. In short if you have to go to the cinema thisweekend see something else.

  9. hisjester from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 4:13 pm

    I saw this the other day with a group of friends and I'm not sure Ieven saw all of it, but what I saw was enough for me to wish my $7.50and the hour back. Seriously the version I saw was only and hour. I'mnot sure if the theater missed a reel or what but I find it odd thateven though I hated this film, I feel cheated by the fact that thesupposed 84 min film came in at about 60 when I watched. I'll admit Ichuckled every so ofter, but for the most part the fact that all thethings being spoofed were telegraphed (Who are you monster! ParisHilton! Like Toby Macquire in Spider-man 3).

    Oh well. Stay away!

    Can anyone verify if I got gypped?

  10. tcook101 from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 4:13 pm

    This was literally the worst movie I have ever seen. I am a movie buffand tend to love all sorts of movies, this movie was a waste of my timeand money. They tend to use the same joke time and time again, afterthe first time, it's not funny anymore!! Also, Parents beware!! This isNOT a movie for children to go to. It is PG-13 but I feel anyone under16 should not see it, in one scene Carmen Electra is laying on a tablewith only tomatoes covering her nipples and a slice of pizza coveringher crotch. There are lots of other provocative scenes that isinappropriate for children. All in all the movie was crude, disgustingand vulgar, not funny at all except for the opening scene. Don't seeit, you'll be extremely disappointed.

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