Essay on Visually Appealing Films: 300, Rise of an Empire
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300, Rise of an Empire
Honestly, the film looks visually appealing. The sequel hasn’t lost sight of what makes this franchise great, so it just enhances the visuals by making it sharper and the camera transitions smoother. But the story isn’t nearly as captivating. The film centers on Themistocles and Artemisia I of Caria, as well as Xerxes I of Persia. The Battle of Artemisia was a naval engagement, at the same time with the battle of Thermopylae, and was fought between an alliance of Greek city-states and the Persian Empire in September 480 BC, in the straits between the mainland and the northern tip of the island of Euboea. It is a follow-up to the 2006 film 300, taking place before, during, and after the events of that film. The cast…show more content… Rom’s government was not very organized and Rome’s leaders had expensive lifestyle. Wars were occurring in the empire the government simply minted more coins to support it. This was a bad decision and caused inflation. Another economic reason why the Roman Empire fell was because of taxes. The poor now made up a large percentage of the Roman population.
The four factors that influenced Rom’s control over the Mediterranean Sea were leadership and government, overall attitude, military, and location. Each of these factors has a number of aspects to ascertain and dispute. The most important factor in making Rome such a successful culture is the unique government and ideal leaders of the Roman Empire. Rome had a masterful government. It was composed of plebeians and patricians. Rome was organized in an almost democratic government with excellent leaders.
I actually think the most effective about this movie trailer is fast pacing and war music that get you all excited and make it so interesting that you want to follow the second part. But at the beginning the trailer started with really slow pacing and voice over character, which is sounds pretty dope to start a action movie.
The Spartans were not as good as the movie portrays them to be. Greeks, including the Spartans, conquered neighboring areas to acquire more land and to build their slave labor force. Many of the Greek soldiers, who fought with the Spartan elite at the Battle of