Ganz and Billy are after the money, so they have kidnapped Rosalie, the girlfriend of their former partner Luther, in order to force Luther to get the car with the money in it. Zach parties with his captors as things begin to spin out of control.With this in mind, Jack and Reggie try to find Ganz and Billy before Jack has to return Reggie to the prison. Group think, amorality, and fear of prison assert a hold on the pack. Cast: Bruce Willis (as Sonny Truelove), Matthew Barry (as Interviewer), Emile Hirsch (as Johnny Truelove), Fernando Vargas (as Tiko 'TKO' Martinez), Vincent Kartheiser (as Pick Giaimo), Justin Timberlake (as Frankie Ballenbacher), Shawn Hatosy (as Elvis Schmidt), Alex Solowitz (as Bobby '911'), Alec Vigil (as P. Truelove), Harry Dean Stanton (as Cosmo Gadabeeti), Frank Cassavetes (as Adrian Jones), Nicole Dubos (as Neighborhood Girl on Couch), Regina Rice (as Dance Bitch Girl), Laura Nativo (as Party Girl), Ben Foster (as Jake Mazursky) Ron Burgundy (Ferrell) is the top-rated anchorman in San Diego in the '70s.Cast: Gerard Butler (as King Leonidas), Lena Headey (as Queen Gorgo), Dominic West (as Theron), David Wenham (as Dilios), Vincent Regan (as Captain), Michael Fassbender (as Stelios), Tom Wisdom (as Astinos), Andrew Pleavin (as Daxos), Andrew Tiernan (as Ephialtes), Rodrigo Santoro (as Xerxes), Giovani Cimmino (as Pleistarchos (as Giovani Antonio Cimmino)), Stephen Mc Hattie (as Loyalist), Greg Kramer (as Ephor #1), Alex Ivanovici (as Ephor #2), Kelly Craig (as Oracle Girl) Convicted robber Albert Ganz escapes from a road gang with the help of his partner Billy Bear, and they immediately kill their partner Henry Wong, then they check into the Walden Hotel in San Francisco under false names. Ganz and Billy kill Algren and Van Zant, then leave. Johnny Truelove, drug dealer and son of a underworld figure, threatens Jake Mazursky, an explosive head case who owes Johnny money; Jake responds by breaking into Johnny's house.

For the Pelloponisians, (including the 300 Spartans) the sign generally read (free translation) "In this place 4,000 Pelloponisians fought 30 millions)." For the 300 Spartans (Lakaedaemonians), the sign reads (free translation) "Oh foreigner, tell the Lakaedaemonians that we are buried here obeying their laws," meaning that they never hesitated and never retreated from the enemy. Cast: Harrison Ford (as President James Marshall), Gary Oldman (as Ivan Korshunov), Glenn Close (as Vice President Kathryn Bennett), Wendy Crewson (as Grace Marshall), Liesel Matthews (as Alice Marshall), Paul Guilfoyle (as Chief of Staff Lloyd 'Shep' Shepherd), Xander Berkeley (as Secret Service Agent Gibbs), William H.

The impact of the battle was enormous for both sides. Preston (as Judge Julius Alexander Randolph), Matt Craven (as Lt. Macy (as Major Caldwell), Dean Stockwell (as Defense Secretary Walter Dean), Tom Everett (as National Security Advisor Jack Doherty), Jrgen Prochnow (as General Ivan Radek), Donna Bullock (as Deputy Press Secretary Melanie Mitchel), Michael Ray Miller (as Colonel Axelrod), Carl Weintraub (as Lt.

A prehistoric epic that follows a young mammoth hunter named D'Leh's journey through uncharted territory to secure the future of his tribe.

When a band of mysterious horse-riding warlords raid the Yaghal camp and kidnaps his heart's desire - the beautiful Evolet along with many others, D'Leh is forced to lead a small group of hunters south to pursue the warlords to the end of the world to save her.

The whole Persian campaign would have failed if it hadn't been for Efialtes, who showed Xerxes a secret passage to the Hellenic flanks. Jeffrey Barnes) The President of the USA goes to Moscow and gives a stirring speech outlining the USA's new "Zero-tolerance" policy with respect to terrorism.

After a final battle led by King Xerxes himself, the Hellenic force was slain and their heroism and glory was written forever in history. On the flight home, terrorists take over Air Force One (the President's official plane) and take the passengers (including his wife and daughter) hostage.

The previous Persian invasion and diplomatic attempts have already turned most northern Hellas tribes and states to the Persian side.

But the people of Athens and Sparta, the largest Hellenic powers at the time, feel quite insulted by the Persian emissaries' request to surrender to Xerxes, and so slay them.

It is then decided that a small force should block Xerxes' way to southern Hellas in the Thermopylae passage. The great historian Herodotus, possibly exaggerating, states that there were 1,700,000 Persians (their true number could have been anywhere from 100,000 to 1,000,000) against 7,000 Hellenic hoplites and slaves, including the 300 men of the Spartan King elite guard.