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Plot: Perseus braves the treacherous underworld to rescue his father, Zeus, captured by his son, Ares, and brother Hades who unleash the ancient Titans upon the world. Runtime: 100 Minute Release Date: 29 Mar 2012
I thought this movie did it's job! It was a great sequel, that delivered what was expected. The sole point of a movie is to entertain, and Wrath of the Titans did just that. The final scene was just epic, although I wish it were a little longer. I honestly don't see why so many people are hating on it. It had everything an action film lover would want. The action scenes were ridiculously well made, and the computer graphics were one of the best I've scene in a while. The acting was great and so were the characters. For those who liked the first movie, you'll like the second <more>
one too. Very entertaining and I tip my hat of to the producers and directors. Good Job!
One Sequel that Surpasses the Original.Must Watch in 3D.Far Far Better than "THE HUNGER GAMES" (by amolprado)
After seen "THE HUNGER GAMES" i was Very Much Disappointed. i didn't Having Any Expectations for this Movie. But I enjoyed a Lot.this movie. Brilliant Movie.Visual Effects r Outstanding specially in 3D. Director Jonathan Liebesman did commendable job.i haven't seen any movie of him.but his direction is awesome.Movie's Length also not very much just 1 hour 40 Minutes. When Zeus n Hades Come Together to Save World that scene is my Favourite in the movie. Sam Worthington,Liam Neeson,Ralph Fiennes,Rosamund Pike delivered Good Performances. But the Real Hero of the Movie is <more>
"Edgar Ramirez as Ares" n "Toby Kebbell as Agenor" This Both r Outstanding in d Movie. FInal Words My Rating for Wrath of the Titans is 10 out 10. Spectacular Action Sequel That Surpasses the Original. n Much Much Better Than "THE HUNGER GAMES" If u wanna Enjoy this Movie u Must Watch in 3D. Strongly Recommended Don't Miss.
The Gods are all missing, or dying. Years have passed since Perseus lopped off Medusa's head and used it to kill The Kraken. Io is gone, finally released from her tortuous never-ending existence, and now Zeus has a Grandson, Helius John Bell , whom Zeus Visits while asleep.This is a dirtier, grittier, Greece compared to what we saw in Clash of The Titans. The Gods are not sparkling like they did in that film. All of the Gods are gone except for Zeus, Neptune, Hades and Ares-And Hades wants to wake up Cronus, in order to get a few more years of "immortality."And so Zeus once <more>
more asks Perseus to help him. But Perseus still won't have much to do with his forlorn Father. Sam Worthington reprises his role of Perseus and tackles it much the same as in "Clash."This is a Zeus who has lost everything, all he has left is Perseus. In a last ditch attempt on patching things up, Zeus and Neptune Danny Houston along with Ares Edgar Ramírez visit Hades Ralph Fiennes in Tartarus- Where Hades promptly injures Neptune and Kidnaps and Enslaves Zeus.It is only after two-headed devil dogs from Hell attack Perseus' Village and endanger his son that he decides to take Ol' Pegasus up to the mountain where Gods are Worshipped, but he's too late. Neptune shows up, gives him his Trident and a name: Agenor Toby Kebbel who is his son and has to be found in order to find Hephaestus Bill Nighy .But Agenor is in Andromedas' jail. Andromeda has magically changed from Alexa Davalos to Rosamund Pike, but I could give two poops about that, both were good in the role. In fact, Andromeda has her whole army out in front of the mountain where Tartarus is. She elects to go with Perseus and Agenor to find the Missing God.What ensues is almost the Spaghetti-Western version of a Greek God story, and there are some very cool things, Cyclopses, Minotaurs, even the great Labyrinth into Tartarus Itself. The Titan Cronus is lodged into the side of a mountain, draining Zeus' power in order to get loose so he can destroy the world.This film, not being "pretty" like Clash was, depends more on the 'Fathers and Sons' meat of the tale, Perseus is a son of Zeus, who has a son Helius, Agenor is son of Neptune, and Ares is Perseus' Brother. The Journey to Tartarus and the Battle with Cronus is a family affair for Perseus, and he must needs ride Pegasus once more into the gaping maw of potential death.And as this movie showed a world that was mostly collapsing dirt, volcanoes, and gods turning into Dust, the CGI aspects were rendered that way. What surprised me is how much I liked this compared to the first one, which I did like a lot. But as that movie was akin to a far away fantasy, this movie shows how it would look if Titans and Gods indeed battled on the face of the Earth.Most satisfying was the interactions between Liam Neeson Zeus and Ray Fiennes Hades - A relationship so much like our relationships with our own brothers.As this film had basically a "crash and burn" ending, I suppose there will be no more movies in this Milieu. So I say Farewell to this short Franchise, it lived well, and it died well.
Just seen it and its just what you would think this sort of movie would be like. Its not going to blow you away with its script or acting but I would never go into this kind of filming thinking that, what it does is grab you and pull you along on a good old action fantasy film. Better than the first film in both scope/effects/and wow factor. The story is all it needs to be, good vs bad blah blah. Looks wise the film is very good, its all done very well and no real "oh dear did they run out of money" moments, in fact I am a bit shocked at how much they put in, I mean normally its <more>
action/talk/action/talk....big end fight, but this time once the film gets going the action is almost none stop and if not wowing you with action then is giving you great spectacle of the underworld and the beautiful landscapes they travel along. I think if you take it for what it is this is a very good movie, it gives you action and entertainment by the bucket load. I gave it 9 out of 10, high for me but I score a film on what it has achieved, it does not set out to try and be something its not, its just a simple straight in there action fantasy film.........and a bloody good one at that. Oh one thing I did not like....the music is great but there is one fight where you can hear some electric guitar ahem! not really fitting.
Totally really enjoyable movie and brilliant in 3d! Superb effects! Disengage your brain, take in the diabolical liberty taken with these Greek mythology characters. So much is given to perceived inaccuracies in the movie about the "gods" real roles. Nobody knows anyway. All we really know are their names and what they are Gods of....! These professional critics bang on about wooden acting - well really! The acting is secondary to the special effects, and I thought they all done a good job with a slight reservation about Bill Nighy .Sam Worthington takes a lot of stick, so how come <more>
he seems to be in the films i've enjoyed recently "man on a ledge"; "the two titans"; "Avatar". To me he is an excellent action actor and can express humour e.g. his relationship with Pegasus. Pegasus taps him on the rear with his wing in a surly manner.So yeah, the action moves unabatedly and builds to several climax scenes.Have to say bit of a shame for Kronos that having been slumbering in the underworld for limitless years, his time on earth, actually on the ground, lasts approximately 10 minutes! - unlucky chap.
More than just your average Greek mythology film. Special effects great with an epic storyline. Definitely worth a watch.
Chix Chat on Film review: A Titanic smack down. (by EmmaDinkins)
The Wrath of the Titans came with action right out the gates of Tartarus. I was a little surprised that the fun began so quickly, but it didn't last. We get this great battle as Perseus Sam Worthington faces the Chimera, and then we are taken to school for a Greek mythology lesson. This film does look deeper at the Gods, specifically the relationship of the top brothers. The three major Gods seen in the Clash of the Titans have returned, including Liam Neeson as Zeus. Fortunately, his role is so much more expanded this time around and not completely defined by one catch phrase. <more>
Releasing the Titans was exactly what takes place in this story and it is pretty spectacular to witness. Practically every mythical creature ever conceived in Greek mythology was on display and in some battle with Perseus. Since he pretty much lost everyone who fought beside him the last time he now teams up with some new comrades, Andromeda Rosamund Pike who is leading the Greek army into battle and Agenor Toby Kebbell who is a bit of a scoundrel. The entire film took a very somber serious tone, I kept thinking man this is dramatic. It wasn't until well into the 99 minutes running time that we get some comic relief from Hephaestus Bill Nighy . The tone lightened up for a minute, then Ares Edgar Ramirez makes a really cool entrance and then into the labyrinth we go, which was absolutely stunning. I was very impressed by the special effects in this film. Aside from how realistic all the titans appeared, a few other things crossed my mind, one that I really liked and the other I considered must have been for realism. This series is the first time that I have seen Pegasus as a black beauty, which coordinated very well with how dirty everyone stayed throughout the entire film. In battle who has time for a shower before, 'action'! Good thing Perseus is a demi-god otherwise he would have never survived all the times that he was hurled into a rock or a stone pillar. This story is not plot driven, it's not character driven and with all the different accents in Greece, which were a bit distracting, but if a film could stand solely on the special effects and the realism that you would expect in the chance that you meet a Cyclops then this it that film. It was entertaining, I'm a Greek mythology fan and I give it a green light.
The best 3D experience yet and a completion to a tale we've all hoped to find an ending to. (by elromal)
And finally the story continues!For those of you who grew up watching several reruns of Clash of the Titans 1981 , the story of Perseus has always been an incomplete one — so Andromeda is saved, the Kraken destroyed and then what? The Wrath of the Titans answers that question and how! Yes, it's complete chaos in terms of the how the original Hellenistic myths and their portrayals have been mixed up, but at least an attempt is made to satisfactorily complete a cinematic tale that began more than two decades ago — and thank God for that! Wrath of the Titans is a sequel to Clash of the <more>
Titans 2010 and outdoes that movie by leaps and bounds. The cast remains the same with Sam Worthington as Perseus; Ralph Fiennes as Hades; Liam Neeson as Zeus; Danny Huston as Poseidon and Rosamund Pike as Andromeda. The new characters to look for are however Édgar Ramírez as Ares; Bill Nighy as Hephaestus; and the talented Toby Kebbell as Agenor, imprisoned thief and demigod son of Poseidon who joins Perseus on his journey. This tale begins a decade or so after the last tale ended. Andromeda is now a queen and Perseus has fathered a son, Helios. A war rages in the heavens and the underworld between good and evil and the gods are extremely weakened by the lack of faith and prayers from the people on earth. Taking advantage of this weakness, a pact is formed between a god and demi-god to take revenge for all the inequalities meted out to them. The plan involves releasing Kronos from the impenetrable prison Tartarus created for him in the underworld by Zeus and the other gods, after the first battle of the Titanomachy. The movie is rich in amazing CGI effects and quite vividly and intricately tells the tale of the increase in power of Kronos as he gains power within Tartarus and unleashes terrifying monsters on earth as they escape from his underworld prison. Quite incomparably the best 3D experience we've seen till date, don't be surprised if you find yourself ducking debris thrown at you from the screen! Perseus is called to action again as Zeus is betrayed and Poseidon killed. The age of the Olympian gods is on the verge of ending and hope lies in the hands of two demi-gods, one Perseus and the other the hilarious, Agenor. Perseus goes to war once again only to save his son Helios and in a wonderful change of events is taught a lesson or two in the journey. Watch out for an amazing gripping narrative stuffed with high-octane action sequences, which simply do not allow you to leave the edge of your seat. Sam Worthington has not changed much from the previous installment, he's still as dull as ever, but the gorgeous Rosamund Pike shows you a side of her as the warrior-queen Andromeda, a side we'd love to see several times again. Édgar Ramírez as Ares is however the true star and stands out even though he's not much of a hero in this tale. Much needn't be said about Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson who do fabulous jobs with the restricted characterisation they are given. The film may not go down in history as a classic and be revisited as much as the 1981 original was, but it's definitely one of the best 3D experiences yet and should be watched on Real 3D or IMAX for the optimum visual pleasure.
K i'd like to start off by questioning, why is there so much bashing going on to Clash of the Titans remake?? yes , there was disappointing in which they should not have changed from the original. BUT it does not make it a bad movie or the fact that the first one had plenty of action and if you ask me a bit of the same dialog as the sequel.Also , i thought the Medusa scene and Kraken scene was amazing in that film. thats my opinion though With that said i thought the remake if you look at it as its own movie , was not that bad and completely underrated. Alright, with that said, the <more>
sequel is a def. B+ movie. It has a ton of action in it and yes the plot was not really that focused on as much as it should have been. Do i think the action was senseless? No, majority of the films action was necessary and went with it. its Greek mythology people-there is tons of key and action points in it A lot of the CGI was awesome, Chronos looked awesome as well and so did everything else. The story did go off a bit, but it did stay on course of what they were trying to do. I think the only problem i had was Aries and another part but i don't want to spoil. I think Aries was to light and not enough bad ass for me.All in all i'm not gonna sit here and use a lot of words that people will no understand anyways and try to look like a critic but for those that want a straight answer and rely on reviews as whether to see a movie. I'd say go see this movie, it is very action packed and good Greek mythology mixture.