I finally saw the movie yesterday, and I have to say it rocked. You know what's going to happen in the end but it doesn't matter. It's like seeing a story about the Alamo, or Bataan. The story is pretty good, not too sure about the accuracy but who cares. One interesting point I did pick up. The Spartan King asks some allies what were their professions. After he got the answers he asked his men what was their professions. You know the response. The whole idea of a warrior class isn't new but it kind of gets ignored in modern life. Military, law enforcement, firemen I guess you could consider them all warriors in a warrior class. It's frustrating so much is over analyzed and second guessed. It's a shame but you can feel that we are going to pull out of Iraq and we will have to go back years later. I think it was the wrong fight but we are there and it has to end on a good note, not in a way that's going to cause problems later.