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305 (2008)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 7 March 2008 (USA)
A mockumentary detailing the five almost brave Spartans charged with guarding a goat path.

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Tim Larson ...
Claudius
Brandon Tyra ...
Testicleese / Hank the Persian
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Darryl
Ed Portillo ...
Shazaam
Sunny Peabody ...
Demetrius the Blind
Heaven Peabody ...
Aurillia
Les Jennings ...
Persian Commander (as Les 'LJ' Jennings)
Nathan Hopkins ...
Persian Lieutenant
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The Oracle
Rene Scheys ...
Salesman
Gregory Mortensen ...
Milt the Bartender
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Claudiu's Ex-Wife
Bethany Lomas ...
Pita Pocket
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Balsamic
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The Giant (as David Holecheck)
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Based on the online smash hit, '305' is a mockumentary detailing the misadventures of five not-so-brave members of the Spartan army charged with guarding a seemingly ordinary goat path. But when their actions lead to the death of King Leonidas and his army of 300 men, the five must find a way to redeem themselves and save Sparta from invasion. Written by Anonymous

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A comedy of epic proportions. See more »

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Rated PG-13 for some crude humor, comic violence and language | See all certifications »

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$250,000 (estimated)
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30 minutes of my life....wasted!
13 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

i'm sorry but i have truly felt that i have wasted 30 minutes of my life plus $3.50 renting this movie. after that 30 minutes, i couldn't continue on watching it. the humors in this movie are very simple, good laugh for the little kids, maybe this movie is designed for the little kid. the 300 spartan died because 5 spartan fail to guard the goat pass? then they went off and open up a restaurant? still wearing their spartan uniform while hiding their identity? and then went back around to defeat the whole Persian army? i am confused. how much does it cost to make that movie again? 50k? i think i can do better with my digital camera. maybe a little editing, but what IS the point of this movie?


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