Wrath of the Titans 3D

Wrath of the Titans 3D

Wrath of the Titans 3D

Sam Worthington ventures to the depths of the underworld to save his father (Liam Neeson) in the 3D sequel to 2010’s Clash of the Titans. Helmed by Battle: Los Angeles director Jonathan Liebesman.

Set a decade after his victory over the Kraken, Perseus (Worthington) is forced to put his tranquil life as a villager aside and enter the heated battle between the Gods and the Titans. With his traitorous brothers Ares (Edgar Ramirez) and Hades (Ralph Fiennes) aiding Kronos, he teams with Queen Andromeda (Rosamund Pike) to stop the titan leader from imprisoning Zeus (Neeson) before the gods are completely overthrown.

2012Rating: M, contains fantasy violence99 minsUSA
ActionAdventureFantasy3D
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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

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If even a tenth of the care and attention lavished on the production design and action sequences had been afforded the script, this could have been an adventure of legendary proportions. As it is, this fizzles whenever anyone opens their mouths.

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Wrath of the Titans Sam Worthington plays Perseus again (he said his acting was going to be better than in 'Clash of the Titans'), while still the best bits are stuck in history (or mythology) yet the 3D effects bring you into the film, a few parts have them over lapping the edge of the screen, different. Prettey much the same as 'Clash of the Titans' and...

2.0
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Ditto on Sam Worthington's worthless performance and awful Aussie accent (and I have nothing against Aussies) but I don't think the son of Zeus was meant to sound like a Summer Bay character. Yet again I have been fooled by glossy trailers which promise so much but the film just fails to deliver. No stars for script. No stars for acting. 1/2 a star for the...

0

What do you do if the first movie was so atrocious that it made a handsome profit? Why, make another of course. So it is that 'Titans' joins the likes of 'Underworld,' 'Resident Evil' and 'Alvin and the Chipmunks' with a completely pointless sequel. Sam Worthington (as Perseus) once more imitates a solid block of timber, whilst Liam Neeson (Zeus) and Ralph...

1.0
0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

If even a tenth of the care and attention lavished on the production design and action sequences had been afforded the script, this could have been an adventure of legendary proportions. As it is, this fizzles whenever anyone opens their mouths.

2.0
0

Wrath of the Titans Sam Worthington plays Perseus again (he said his acting was going to be better than in 'Clash of the Titans'), while still the best bits are stuck in history (or mythology) yet the 3D effects bring you into the film, a few parts have them over lapping the edge of the screen, different. Prettey much the same as 'Clash of the Titans' and...

2.0
0

Ditto on Sam Worthington's worthless performance and awful Aussie accent (and I have nothing against Aussies) but I don't think the son of Zeus was meant to sound like a Summer Bay character. Yet again I have been fooled by glossy trailers which promise so much but the film just fails to deliver. No stars for script. No stars for acting. 1/2 a star for...

0

What do you do if the first movie was so atrocious that it made a handsome profit? Why, make another of course. So it is that 'Titans' joins the likes of 'Underworld,' 'Resident Evil' and 'Alvin and the Chipmunks' with a completely pointless sequel. Sam Worthington (as Perseus) once more imitates a solid block of timber, whilst Liam Neeson (Zeus) and...

1.0
0