Well not exactly...
For those of you not familiar with the Term "Molon Labe"
The term comes from the battle of Thermopylae. The Persians were about to invade the country, and a few hundred men fought a delaying action at a pass in the mountains where he Persian army could not use their vastly superior numbers (roughly 300 Spartans to 500,000 Persians)to advantage. It was tantamount to suicide, but it gave the rest of the country time to mobilize for war.
Xerxes, the King of Persia, promised to spare the life of Leonidas (King of Sparta) and his men, if they would throw down their weapons. To which Leonidas replied "Molon Labe", which means, "Come and get them".
Now for the movie. I know little about it other than the setting is the battle of Thermopylae, but at least one other famous quote from that battle is included.
It has the potential to be a good movie.