“In short, 300 is a perfect combination of moral wrongheadedness and inept filmmaking. On any level beyond the pictorial, Snyder makes clunky Cecil B. DeMille epics like The Ten Commandments look positively deft. It presents itself as an instructive case study in nobility and bravery, but the only lesson I came away with was, ‘When in doubt, kill the hunchback.’ Go tell the Spartans, indeed. Tell them to go fuck themselves.” — excerpt from a review by L.A. City Beat film critic Andy Klein, the Alexander-the-Great of 300 haters.