Historically Inaccurate Movie Day – 28 May 2016

The Sneaky Squirrel and I have not had an Historically Inaccurate Movie ft. TropicalMary since the days of the Bhorrorblog. To make up for this, we have decided to have an entire day of historically inaccurate movie watching with such titles as:

Wrath of the Titans

Wrath of the Titans Poster

The Legend of Hercules

The Legend of Hercules Poster

Gods of Egypt

Gods of Egypt Poster

Exodus: Gods and Kings

Exodus Gods and Kings Poster

We’ve not yet decided who will live tweet which films or if any of these will be reviewed. May the gods guide and protect us.

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  1. Great post. Although I think the most inaccurate movie ever is Alexander. It’s so bad that some historians and lawyers in Greece sue the producers.

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    1. I’ve tried to watch “Alexander” about 3 times and I’ve never been able get past the first 20 minutes. It’s awful! “Troy” was extremely inaccurate but at least it was fun to watch, same goes for “300”. I would argue that “Cleopatra” might rival “Alexander” for most historically inaccurate but the world turned a blind eye to Elizabeth Taylor’s beauty and because of the West’s fascination with Egypt and its history.

      Thanks so much for stopping by 🙂 Have a look around and see if there is anything else you like!

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    1. James, when will you learn that everything we do smells like bad decisions and tasted like regret?


      1. That is only partially true! Some things have smelt like bad decisions and tasted like regret but still had a hangover of laughter and mirth, like brain damblage dramatic reading night!

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