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35: ‘300: Rise of an Empire’ Starring Sullivan Stapleton, Eva Green, Lena Headey




We’re back after being snowed out last week. (This ain’t the post office, people.) So we have some house cleaning to do. This means you’ll get a box office report, an Oscar wrap-up plus we’ll cover both Non-Stop and 300: Rise of an Empire…all in one show. It’s a bargain and twice the price and that price is free! (Not counting the cost of your iPod, laptop, electricity and internet service.)

Also, we MAY or MAY NOT have received our first E-mail(s)?

And, if that’s not enough, Tom will even tell you about his brush with Glenn Beck. Shockingly, neither of them cried.

It’s Reel Spoilers #35: Hodgepodge (but officially 300:Rise of an Empire).

You’ve been warned.

Starring: Tom O’Keefe, Joe Buttice, Kevin Brackett
Run-time: 1hr 8min

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Kevin Brackett
Film Critic / Theatre reviewer. Member of the St. Louis Film Critics Association. Co-Owner of Review St. Louis. Co-host of Reel Spoilers. Former National Vice President of the Technology Student Association, comprised of over 200,000 members worldwide.
Tom O'Keefe
Member of the St. Louis Film Critics Association. Co-host of Reel Spoilers. Tom's writing career thus far has consisted of online film criticism for ReviewSTL.com, ToastedRav, and snappy Facebook status updates. Tom previously worked in radio, but is currently the Marketing Manager for The Family Arena in St. Charles. He can be heard reviewing films on KTRS with John Carney or online at TalkSTL.com with Thom West & Joe Dinero. He is also the host of a weekly film podcast called Reel Spoilers available on iTunes. More: clippings.me.
Joe Buttice
Film Critic for Review St. Louis. Co-host of Reel Spoilers. Comic book reviewer and aficionado. "A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is brave five minutes longer." - Ralph Waldo Emerson.

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