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Genres are ActionAdventureFant Produced in 2012, USA
Available Quality: DivX, Hi Def
|Liam Neeson||Danny Huston||Toby Kebbell||Rosamund Pike|
|Sam Worthington||Ralph Fiennes||Bill Nighy|
A decade after his heroic defeat of the monstrous Kraken, Perseus-the demigod son of Zeus-is attempting to live a quieter life as a village fisherman and the sole parent to his 10-year old son, Helius. Meanwhile, a struggle for supremacy rages between the gods and the Titans. Dangerously weakened by humanitys lack of devotion, the gods are losing control of the imprisoned Titans and their ferocious leader, Kronos, father of the long-ruling brothers Zeus, Hades and Poseidon. The triumvirate had overthrown their powerful father long ago, leaving him to rot in the gloomy abyss of Tartarus, a dungeon that lies deep within the cavernous underworld. Perseus cannot ignore his true calling when Hades, along with Zeus godly son, Ares (Edgar Ramrez), switch loyalty and make a deal with Kronos to capture Zeus. The Titans strength grows stronger as Zeus remaining godly powers are siphoned...
18 June 2013
best IMAX 3D movie OK for the kids better than the first
wrath of the titans is much better than clash of the titans this is thecoolest IMAX 3D movie ever i think you will enjoy this amazing movie iti hope you enjoy this Sold Out movie if you like action movies than youwill enjoy this wonderful IMAX 3D it is a guy film but it is a greatmovie but you may want to get your tickets advanced because it wasalmost Sold Out when i went it is a outstanding movie i think you willenjoy this movie it is a eye popping movie in 3D it is a smash hit itis a super film i give it a two thumbs up and 4 out of 4 stars for surethat is how good this movie is i never saw a movie this good before inmy life i hope you enjoy this big hit it is one cool movie and it is OKfor the kids i enjoy this movie a lot and i hope you enjoy it to
17 June 2013
Greek Mythology played without passion
My wife and I went to this movie as big fans of Greek Mythology. I haveto say we are a bit disappointed in this movie. There was not a lot ofchemistry between the actors. The actor who played the role of Heliuswas wrongfully casted. The storyline began way too fast. You were dropped into the story andyou had figure everything out. Especially if didn't remember much aboutClash of the Titans, the 1st movie. The main character was not acting passionately: it looked like he had avery bad the whole movie: looked angry, looked cranky, didn't look likehe was a half-god. When I am thinking about a half-god I am thinkingabout an enthusiastic, charismatic, passionate guy, etcetera. There was no romance. There was a kiss but it lasted a couple ofseconds without any emotions or whatsoever, but especially it was notbuild up towards this moment! What the hell happened here? We didn'tsee it coming! The whole storyline expected from you to know more about the GreekMythology: so if you didn't know that you were lost in the story. Weliked this storyline as we are familiar with the Greek Mythology but ifyou are not familiar with this Greek Mythology than it is very hard foryou to follow this story. Not a lot of 3D. You need to put on your 3D glasses only for the factyou can't see the movie anymore.
13 June 2013
Spectacular yet uninvolved
Wrath of the Titans ushers the summer crop of mindless blockbusters of2012, in moviedom it is a rarity for the fact that it is a sequel thatis way better than its predecessor, Clash of the Titans. While thistask was not too hard to accomplish given how bad the Clash of theTitans was, class leading 3D visual effects ensure that the sequelprovides a decent way to kill an hour and a half.So Perseus, (played woodenly by Sam Worthington), after havingvanquished the Kraken and saved the world, takes up voluntaryretirement from his violent ways. 10 years down the line, he is leadinga life of peace as a fisherman with his son Helius when his father Zeusdecides to pay him a visit to enlist his support to face the comingcalamity. The gods are getting weak as the humans have stopped prayingto them, this weakened status is making them mortal, and alsopre-empting the release of the Titans from their captivity. For thosenot well versed in Greek mythology- the Titans were the predecessors tothe modern Olympian Gods, who overthrew them in a bloody conflict knownas the Titanomachy. Kronos is the father of most of the Olympian Gods,including Zeus, and is imprisoned in Tartarus, a labyrinthine jail thesize of which can put entire planets to shame. Perseus unwisely declines to help his father. But Hades- lord of theunderworld and Ares- the God of War, connive together to capture Zeusso that they can sacrifice him to Kronos, on which Kronos will regainhis powers, and destroy the world, yet ensure immortality for the Godsthat side with him. Zeus's capture begins the countdown to chaos, asmonsters begin descending on earth, and Perseus finally unsheathes hissword. To prevent the world coming to an end, he has to travel to theunderworld to rescue Zeus, but then he is only a demi-god, so he willneed a team to achieve this objective- which includes the demi-godAgenor, son of Posiedon, played comically by Toby Kebell, the banishedGod Hepheastus, played excellently by Bill Nighy, and warrior QueenAndromeda, played by Rosamund Pike. The rest of the movie is a slam-bam nonstop action, with visual glorybeing its USP. Wrath of the Titans has some of the best use of 3D sinceAvatar- i was literally dodging boulders at times, literally breathingthe embers and dust of Tartarus, and actually turned my head back andmarveled to see brave Perseus flying in on Pegasus from somewherebehind me to take out Kronos. There is monster mayhem which includes athree headed chimera, a trio of Cyclops, even a minotaur, and twoheaded four armed creatures. And then there is the depiction ofTartarus- a giant, shape shifting labyrinth of sorts that requires welltimed jumping, and running. At 90 minutes, the movie is thankfullyshort, the depiction of Greece is spectacularly original and earthy,and the overall camera-work is suitably frenetic. And therein lies themovie's biggest weakness- Gods, demi gods and monsters bashing eachother, smashing through stone and ravaged by fire, flying horses, thefather of the Gods depicted as a massive mountain of lava- everythingin this movie boiled down to little more than a visual spectacle, it islike a video game, with no real sense of involvement or feeling.And then there is the small matter of the cast- mind you, all big nameshere, but almost everyone is in a permanent state of coma, awakeningonly to utter some banal one liners, and then going back to sleep. SamWorthington is only 35 but has the entertainment world at his feet- hegets to play characters as diverse as a Terminator, Avatar, Perseus andyet he plays them all with the same expression, he has failed to bemore than just a pretty face. Rosamund Pike looks mighty fetching inleather skirt, but has a wasted role, and their chemistry is so badthat it feels like almost a shocking twist of sorts when we get to knowtowards the end of the movie that Andromeda and Perseus have romanticfeelings. Liam Neeson as Zeus goes about manfully on his currentpreferred role of fighting for his child, while Ralph Fiennes as Hadesseems to have reserved his venom for Harry Potter only.Will this movie rake in the moollah at the box-office? The answer isYES- if its shoddy precursor made USD 500 million, this should easilybetter it. Will I remember this movie 3 months down the line? Theanswer is a solid NO. Was I entertained? The answer is a YES. Becauseat the end, whether you like any movie or not will depend upon whatexpectations you take in with you when you enter the theater. With aname such as the Wrath of Titans, the horror of its first installment,and the general trend towards graphic, high body count features, i didnot expect an award winning, heart touching experience, just some solidpopcorn entertainment. I got something more than what I expected, andhence came out smiling and satisfied.7/10 for a spectacular though uninvolved ride- hop on if you havenothing better to do this weekend.
12 June 2013
What can i say? Im a sucker for Greek Mythology...
I enjoyed this one in a Saturday MatinÃ©e-sorta way..The set-pieces are epic, the creatures imaginative, and the FX prettyspectacular.The acting is a bit wooden, especially from Sam Worthington whoseentire performance seems to be rasping breathlessly and bleeding a lot,but the supporting cast pick up the slack (especially the alwaysreliable Bill Nighy.)I wouldn't recommend seeing it in 3D, although i do have to admit therewere 2 or 3 shots that were actually pretty effective. Still, not gonna miss much if you go for the 2D.I enjoyed the original Clash, as well as the remake. This one will findit's way onto my DVD/BLU-RAY shelf as well.
12 June 2013
When a terrible movie like 2010's "Clash of the Titans" grosses $493 million worldwide, why bother making a good sequel?
11 June 2013
There's little about this picture to really endear the viewer after the whole thing wraps. That said, while it's happening, the sensationalism is, well, pretty sensational
10 June 2013
A better effort on the second try.
I was thoroughly disappointed with the Clash of the Titans remake. Itwas a dull, uninteresting slog of endlessly plodding action scenes andtons of unmemorable CG effects being thrown at the viewer from everyangle as a poor substitute for excitement.Thankfully, Wrath of the Titans manages to be a better movie than Clashin nearly every area. The story is basic but serviceable, with thefather of the gods threatening to escape his prison and take out hisvengeance on the earth. The gods themselves, weakened by lack ofworship and divided by old conflicts, are powerless to face the danger.It falls to Perseus (Sam Worthington) and a small band or warriors toset things right. The major improvement Wrath makes is that the action scenes and setpieces are much more exciting this time around. Whether chimera attackor the shifting, crushing walls of a labyrinth and the dangerous beastinside, I was never bored by what was happening on the screen. At thevery least, this is a watchable fantasy action flick, which puts itabove the first film. Greek mythology is so rich and dense that so muchmore could be done with the gods, monster and locales that Wrath of theTitans mines for material. Even as flawed as Immortals was, itcertainly wasn't generic, which even this improved sequel doesn'ttotally escape until near the end. Still, whether you enjoyed or loathethe Clash of the Titans reboot, this one is better.
10 June 2013
Decent 3D and visuals, but lacking plot.
I just saw an advanced screening of Wrath of the Titans in 3D, and Imust give it kudos for it's visuals which are a sight for sore eyes,and it's 3D, which is decent compared to some of the other movies i'veseen in 3D. But what it has in visuals, it lacks in story. Wrath's first problem isthat it isn't a Greek Mythology story. Another problem is the fact thatit's a made up mythology story that isn't even necessarily a good one.Perseus(played again by Sam Worthington) is called back to action tosave his father Zeus(Liam Neeson) from Hades and Aroes, who are goingto give Zeus to Kronos, the big fire guy. So it's basically up toPerseus, Poseidon's son(played by Toby Kebbel) and Andromeda(played byRosmund Pike) to save him.I liked the 2010 remake. It was almost the same as the 80's film, butwith a vast improvement in visuals. But Wrath isn't anything special.It doesn't really follow mythology, and doesn't really serve a purpose.But it's not that bad. But could have been better.C+
09 June 2013
Why God? Why?
'Clash of the Titans,' which graced silver screen in April of 2010, wasreviled by critics and fans of the 1981 original a-like. The script wasa mess and the converted 3-D looked, well, converted. It'd only makesense that such a travesty was met with poor results at the boxoffice?Nope. 'Clash' was one of the highest grossing movies of 2010and, inevitably, launched a sequel in the hopes of duping a few moresimple minded people into making a buck.Now, to clear things up, I had not seen the 2010 version, and don'tplan on it based on what I've heard. So I went into this sequel withoutmuch of a back story. This shouldn't ruin my movie-going experience, asI had seen movies like 'Terminator 2' and 'Aliens' without viewing theoriginals beforehand.The story was a mess. Plot elements didn't add up or happened tooconveniently. Characters traveled places that weren't well explained(sometimes barely at all) and I was often left scratching my head,wondering where they were or how they got there. Most of the plotpoints that I felt perplexed on, I figured it was because I hadn't seenthe first film. But these moments kept repeating while I was watchingit, until I finally gave up all thought of making sense of the story.Nothing irritates me more than clichÃ©s piling up and, oh boy, did thismovie have it's share. Perseus (a dull Sam Worthington, which is anearly a clichÃ© in its own right) has left his heroic days behind andbecome a fishermen in a local village. Of course, just like every otherstory ever written, the would-be pacifist is called back into arms forthe greater good. And, what's that? There's a child as well! His son!How convenient! But I doubt they'll us him in the climatic fight, as aemotional weakness for the bad guy to exploit. That would never happen!Oh, and the over-the-top hostile, misunderstood criminal at thebeginning story is magical transformed into a hero by the end. Howcreative! The more I think about this movie, the more my anger swells inside me,like a hurricane of hatred being forged in the deep depths of theocean, ready to explode into a fury of rage and destruction over all init's path. So, I'll leave it as this, if you somehow (and I use thatterm very lightl) enjoyed the 2010 'Clash of the Titans,' you mightwant to check this turd out. Other than that, don't waste your time ormoney on this pile of junk.
09 June 2013
Wrath Of The Titans is at its most entertaining when the characters give up on the dull dialogue and simply let the action do the talking.
06 June 2013
It's not a very good movie, but it's close enough to lord it all over Clash of the Titans.
05 June 2013
[A] loud and agonizingly dull sequel that inherits all the problems that plagued its predecessor - and then some.
31 May 2013
A hell of a good time
I have read the reviews on here and I am convinced people are reviewingthis film without actually seeing it. I think people are still angryabout the post 3D conversion of the first film and are looking for waysto recreate that drama on blogs. This film is not meant to be an Oscarcontender, it is merely an action packed entertaining popcorn flick andon that front it delivers hard and fast.The plot is basic, Zeus (Liam Neeson) is imprisoned by his brotherHades (Ralph Fiennes)and the only one who can save him is his sonPerseus (Sam Worthington). But I don't want to use this review to writethe plot which is available everywhere. What I do want to do is letpeople know that this film is far superior to it's 2010 original.The action and special effects scenes are fantastic and they are whatreally elevate this film from other sword and sandal movies. The sceneswith Kronos are possible some of the best special effects I have seenin an action/adventure movie and I found myself having a few WOWmoments, something that I rarely do.I saw this film in 3D and it is beautifully rendered, I honestly thinkthose complaining about the 3D have not seen it in 3D because theconversion is flawless, the depth is great and really stands out duringsome of the major action sequences.One let down was the acting, Sam Worthington doe's not seem remotelyworried during the entire movie, even during scenes when his son couldbe in danger he has the same expression on his face, during a scenewhen he tells his son he loves him the line is delivered so badly thatpeople in the theater laughed which took away from the tender moment itwas supposed to be.All in all we had a great time though and really enjoyed the film forwhat is was, an over the top special effects driven adventure movie,and on that alone I would highly recommend it to others
31 May 2013
What an excellent ending sequel to a great movie (sorry trolls of thenet)but this movie is, put it plain simply, GREAT, Liam Neeson as Zeus,beautiful character, one could easily "taste" the feelings and the deeptouch Liam places upon his character, more, giving a taste to "Perseus"of what would it happen in the future if he just simply "walks away"from his responsibilities, going deep, this film is all aboutcharacter, bravery, peer relationship and family ties, this film has itall, a must watch if you ask me. To the trolls on the net, pleaseaccept a good piece of work when you see one and cherish the good work,of course, I kindly ask you to do otherwise with a film that deserves apoor raking.
27 May 2013
Wrath of the Titans surpasses its predecessor and offers a fresh story
After my utter disappointment in the "Clash of the Titans" remake, Ididn't know what to think of its sequel. I felt like I could be a bitmore forgiving of "Wrath of the Titans" because it was a sort of freshstart unlike the senseless retooling that was its predecessor.Thankfully, "Wrath of the Titans" did provide haters of the remake ajumping-on point to give this new tale of Perseus a chance. I choose tothink of this movie as a sequel to the original 1981 movie. I know itseems ridiculous, but it's what I have to do to come to grips with thisfollow-up."Wrath of the Titans" Blu-ray is perfect for fans of Greek mythologyand fantasy films. The movie itself is a step above the "Clash of theTitans" remake. It's full of action and the special effects areeffective.
27 May 2013
Wrath of the Titans delivers blockbuster bluster with single-minded blandness.
27 May 2013
Slaughters the beauty of tales that have been told for millennia in apurely desperate act for box-office success. Disappointment. Considerthis a success if you look for action, because that is all you get;there is poor dialogue, a story line (that could have made this aclassic) that is told cumulatively within 5 minutes and acting as if itwere a love story - You're Demi-Gods, not some lads on holiday lookingto beat the thief that stole your dads' wallets (Toby Kebbell) ! Cerberus (guardian of Tartarus) was not even to be seen, even thoughthe unraveling of events took place on his porch! Kronos, the muchfeared and anticipated Titan who was frequently mentioned baring dreadthroughout the film, only lasted 5 minutes while free!This film is a disaster; it controls a masterpiece, and amazinglyripped it to shreds - somehow. Was Jonathan Liebesman trying to sculpthis reputation in the form of Kronos? It's certainly as dead as himafter this one. Liebesman could have made a classic; the storylinewould have held with a great degree of entertainment for 2:30hrs atleast, which would have explained the history of the tales in the filmand the purpose of the evil perspective as well as the good, butinstead quick action was preferred, or was this because of theincapabilities of Sam Worthington to perform like an actual actor,rather than a hero who knows he's a hero but doesn't live like a hero(idiotic I know) every minute of the film. I mean, where is thesubstance?!!!Please do not complete a trilogy, I think some of Greece's ancienttales still live, don't murder them too.M.W.Howells.
26 May 2013
From top-grade 3D to a multitude of monsters and a welcome influx of acting talent, this is pure popcorn pleasure.
26 May 2013
How low can you go
After i saw the first movie of the series i said to myself what was ithinking of going to see this movie, it was badly written and none ofthe players were good, and i still had hi hopes for Sam Worthington. Icame to this movie with the knowledge that the director had learned hislesson and can only improve the scened time, but boy was i wrong. Theplot first of all is even worse then before, and the effects just can'tmake up for the plot. Although the cast is very rich and full of wellknown and great actors, none can really save one of the worst films ofthe year if not the Melania.I am sorry i went to see it and promise you no more.
26 May 2013
Where's The Kraken?