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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...
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rrr303 (17 May 2013)
This movie was not too many enemies and fight great big pounding. Therewas no climax and final boss battle in the giant squid in the middlelike a lump of lava at the peak. But you who have come out well eachtime accompanied by fellow like Ropure, mediocre members. Me and mysister and young Mochoi. There is not much different from John Carterdoes well. Feeling disappointed and easily on par with previous workinvolving a half-hearted even in the end It thinks God Why VS last withthe military. Whiff of shame is gone conservative and stupid ratherthan armor or ~Tsu awfully Teka has changed since you also director ofthe gods. What family trouble that would not have been messy, but itwas also softening early deployment story? Sequel will no longer die,but in this movie is so main characters pounding What a simple story.Could not expect too much just because at the time of hit sequel What Imean little in the remake. I had thought of a sequel (3D does not popout either choice) Air Ne and vendors this is not needed. Hollywoodmovies that kids do not die after as usual. What is it about recentcontagion. Is a decent movie was good because the place of the giants,but only like a great bad movie.
Rob Carnevale (16 May 2013)
From its flimsy concept to its similarly sloppy use of post-conversion 3D, Wrath of the Titans is a sequel that fails to improve on the original in any way.
Mark Ramsey (16 May 2013)
Ralph Fiennes returns in his ever-to-be-typecast role as the personification of evil - Hades, ruler of the underworld and, from the looks of it, ruler of the Doobie Brothers.
Matthew Razak (16 May 2013)
Wrath of the Titans is proof that while ugly pictures make a bad film worse, prettier ones don't make a bad film better.
Julian Roman (13 May 2013)
Wrath of the Titans is a testosterone fueled effects romp and proud of it.
Guy Lodge (13 May 2013)
The ensuing good-natured idiocy is tempered with wit and self-awareness: the prospect of further additions to this franchise no longer sounds like divine punishment.
Raghav Gupta (12 May 2013)
its summer time.. the critics would now have their bashing pens readyto dismiss any attempt to entertain. i however have my popcorn n sodaready and want to sit back and enjoy things blowing up. OK so i'd reada few reviews and seen a few ratings for this movie before going forit. was forced to go really after the sad reviews. expected it to be asbad as its predecessor. was i wrong. this movie is brilliant in yourface action. some story in the middle. enough to keep things connected.its sad when people go for movies like these expecting a masterpiecelike 'the godfather'. hey if stupid action movies are not your thingthen please don't go for such movies. let people like us who watchmovies to be entertained and not give us a lesson on life watch them. iespecially loved the 3D in this movie. a lot of times i come out of a3D feeling dizzy and ripped off. but not this time. the scenes in theunderworld are too damn cool in 3D. not to mention the awesome demonsfrom the chimera to the cyclopses. and please respect the premise ofthe movie and enjoy it rather than thinking "why did he do this and notthat?" "how does this work?" "gods can die?". so go watch this movie ifu want to enjoy a no brainer full blown action film. else wait fortitanic 3D next weekend.my first review. thanks for reading. :)
harkanwar8 (12 May 2013)
the second installment the wrath of the titans was a considerable morethoughtful then clash of the titans but that doesn't mean its brainy...some 3d sequences in the movie are actually so good that i actuallyjumped from my seat 2-3 times so yes to 3d was the best I have everseen and performance by sam worthington, liam neeson ralph fienes androsamond pike were good the overall movie could been much better.. itwas a bit boring in do places and climax was kind of abrupt so thequestion is is it worth going to theatre and shedding OK extra bucksfor seeing it 3d... know if you wanna see alight action packed fantasyadventure then this is definitely worth the money
Ann Lewinson (10 May 2013)
When a terrible movie like 2010's "Clash of the Titans" grosses $493 million worldwide, why bother making a good sequel?
Rob Vaux (10 May 2013)
"A" for effort, O noble warrior, but Harry Hamlin still eats your lunch.
Nathan Rabin (08 May 2013)
As a ragingly inessential sequel to a remake of a film based on Greek mythology, Wrath Of The Titans is shopworn and derivative even by the degraded standards of contemporary blockbuster filmmaking.
Michael Dequina (07 May 2013)
For all the talk of the end of existence, the film feels devoid of any urgency or tension, much less soul.
reeseslightning (06 May 2013)
This was really bad. I didn't want it to be because I enjoyed Clash ofthe Titans and thought the sequel, though unneeded, could beinteresting.This was a pretty weak movie. The editing is pretty horrible as itjumps from one scene with one group of characters with no segue andthen jumps back in only to show us that they are somewhere else intheir conversation (or in some cases, another place). The dialogue washorrendous and full of every clichÃ© word in the book. The action sceneswere short and oddly placed.The worst part was Andromeda. In my opinion, Andromeda served herpurpose in the first movie. To bring her back as a warrior princess whoyells commands was embarrassing to watch. I couldn't take Rosamund Pikeseriously in the role as she tried too hard to be both tough as aleader but soft enough to be Perseus's love interest - something GemmaArteton did effortlessly as Io.All in all, it was a typical sequel that tried to outdo the first(which was a remake to boot) and failed. It goes in the category of:forgotten sequels.Not even Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes could save it. In fact, theirstory lines were the most confusing to me. The writers copped out of areal ending and a potentially great film by overdoing every singlething.
Pat Choi (05 May 2013)
When making trilogy movie is in fashion, this part II looks justanother ordinary one. It is certain that CG has been a lot improvedcompared with part I, but the narrative is a lot like a clichÃ©, whichis seeing how Perseus could beat the insurmountable opponents. Thefather of the three gods, is a head of monster. Zeus , Poseidon, andHides fought against their father. What a brilliant idea! That is whymyth is attractive. The movie "Wrath of the Titan" is following the fundamental equation ofGreek myth loyally. Overall, this part II movie is a good time-killing,well-made blockbuster.
tejas1010 (04 May 2013)
Wrath of the Titans was probably the most anticipated movie of the year2012. But is it any good? First of all, The movie is merely based onthe book. It features most of the same characters and a couple of thesame locations, but the story is completely different. The only actorto come out with any real credit was the irreplaceable Bill Nighy asHephaestus, the creator of the labyrinth that holds the father of allKronos and the Minotaur. It is one of the quirks of modern cinema thatpeople do find it hard to name a part in which Bill Nighy hasn'texcelled at.The visuals and effects are the real saving grace of the film andwhilst to older fans of the original films they lack the warmth andsincerity of the previous work, it has to be said they add a certainquality and depth, even if at one point some of it does look borrowedfrom an episode of Doctor Who.It's a real shame that the actors were possibly given second thought inthe film over the effects and especially in Rosamund Pike, let down ina script that could have offered much more.If you enjoyed the Clash of the Titans the sequel demands to be seen,if you're a lover of Greek mythology then it will be an interestingdistraction but otherwise it's a film to miss.
mmcca286 (03 May 2013)
After watching the movie I had to tell myself why did I watch this? I'mnot saying the movie was bad but they did the most of what they wasdealt. In my opinion the first movie was average at best consideringwho's the main actor. for a movie to have some of the best actors theysure did ruin their rep. and Sam Worthington is about the worst actor iever seen. if it wasn't for Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes surroundingSam it would have been a bigger disaster than it was to begin with. andto kill off Gemma Arterton as Io was a big mistake, if you do that geta better replacement than Rosamund Pike, this movie is by far the worstof the two. the plot of the movie was bad, the 3D effects was the onlything that kept my attention other than that the movie was a bust.
Jason Best (02 May 2013)
Rosamund Pike is hilariously miscast. Her plummy voice ringing out amid the film's mish-mash of accents, she rallies her troops looking and sounding less like a mythological heroine than a lacrosse captain rousing her team on the school playing field.
Jawad Chaudhry (02 May 2013)
i fail to understand why people are so critical about every singlemovie here..obviously this is an action movie, why look for a strongstory line and Oscar winning performances. this movie had what i wentlooking for...superlative special effects and great 3D. it was actionfrom start to finish, and many a times when i jumped out of my seat.this movie has a heavy duty cast, and only helps to make the movie morepoignant. Sam Worthington is a seasoned actor, and the role fit himwell, Liam Neeson is and always have been a delight to watch in anyrole that he undertakes. i have recently seen John Carter and can saywith conviction that in terms of enjoyment and visual treat, Wrath ofthe titans wins hands down
Rachel Hyland (29 April 2013)
There is much that could be said here about the egregious scholarlyinaccuracies with which this movie abounds. Admittedly, mythologiesare, almost by definition, very, very old, and the Ancient Greek mythson which our story is somewhat based exist in many different forms,coming to us through the millennia from only a few surviving sources,all of which are inherently unreliable and invariably contradictory.Also, we're dealing with matters of lowercase-g gods here, actualpersonifications of nature use their great powers not for any grandpurpose but merely to enhance their own prestigeÂand though ScienceFiction has long speculated that the old pantheons may actually bebased on some form of advanced life, be it alien or otherwise, there isnot even a scrap of evidence to suggest that this might be the case inthe realm of science fact. Therefore, to be caviling at this film forits flagrant abuses of known, though ever-speculative, legend isprobably taking even my mythology-geek nitpickery a little too far.Instead, let me tell you why it's a terrible film, all of that aside.Just before viewing this in IMAX 3D I sat down to watch the 2010 CLASHOF THE TITANS, thereby making for myself one of the most dissatisfyingmovie double-bills of all time. So, having concluded the largelyforgettable earlier effort mere minutes before commencing the latestinstallment, I was in a good position to compare and contrast the twomovies, and before long I had to wonder: had anyone who worked on WRATHdone the same thing? Because in the continuity stakes, nothing heremakes any sense. None.You may recall from the first movie Â though I hope, for your sake,that you don't Â our hero, Perseus (Sam Worthington), son of Zeus (LiamNeeson) and unwitting champion of Princess Andromeda of Argos (AlexaDavros), is forced to go head-to-head with a fearsome beast called theKraken in order to save the city, and the woman, from the consequencesof human hubris. You see, the Argosians had decided that the gods didnot exist, nor deserve their worship, which has to strike one as prettystupid in a world in which capricious beings who can control theweather and such will often show up in person to prove their crueldivinity. Zeus, outraged, allowed his resentful brother Hades (RalphFiennes) to go and put the fear of the gods into the people and bringthem back to the fold. Perseus, meanwhile, goes on a quest, defeatsassorted monsters, and along the way falls in love with theslightly-creepy Io (Gemma Aterton), who is surpassingly beautiful,brave and wise, but who is semi-immortal and has basically beenstalking him since he was an infant Â and who, we learn in WRATH, diedafter having his baby, presumably to a) make way for a new loveinterest and b) showcase the good sense of Gemma Aterton in not signingon for this film.So now Perseus and kid are merrily living the life of humble fishermenwhen Zeus arrives and asks for his help. At some point between the lastmovie and this one, Perseus has become Zeus's favorite son (as opposedto someone he was prepared to kill with a Kraken; yeah, thanks, Dad),and now people everywhere have stopped believing in the gods, whichmeans that the world is beginning to unravel. In particular, Tartarus,the prison to which Cronus and the other Titans were exiled after beingoverthrown by the Olympians, is growing weak, soon to allow monsters toroam the world. Turns out, of course, that Hades is helping this along,as is Ares (Ãdgar RamÃrez), God of War, who has major Daddy Issues anda big problem with Sibling Rivalry. So, to recap: new gods losingpower, old gods getting more power, humanity in crisis, and only oneman can save us. He, unsurprisingly, doesÂwith a little help from hisgodly family. Also, he learns to love again. The End.Now, it could well be that there is a deeper truth to be found in here,among the over-the-top CGI, bombastic score, direful dialogue andincessant over-acting. Something about self-determination, and how theonly gods that exist are those we create, or how our Creator isprepared to die for us Â there really is a little something in here foreveryone, whether atheist or devout, if you're prepared to search hardenough. The question is: are you? And if so, why? I mean, I am asinclined toward over-analysis of film as the next person, but anysearch for true meaning in either of these wretched TITANS movies isfruitless, and I intend to stop it right now.Essentially? This movie, as little as I expected of it, delivered evenless. If it weren't for the 3D, which really is very well done (unlikeits predecessor's, which has become a byword for bad post-conversion),I would count this the biggest waste of my time sinceÂ well, since Isaw CLASH OF THE TITANS. I will say, however, that at the very least Igot a few moments of amusement out of Bill Nighy as Hephaestus, broadYorkshire accent and all. In fact, it is in the variety of accentsevident in this film that I find perhaps my only overall positivecomment. Australian, Irish, several varieties from across England, plusSpanish, Italian (Poseidon, it seems) and sundry forms of American. Thereason I like this is because the characters would doubtless bespeaking Ancient Greek here, and so why should it matter what formtheir audience-friendly English takes?Yes, that is the only thing I unreservedly liked about this film. Apretty sad indictment, isn't it?Â This review first appeared in Geek Speak Magazine
george.schmidt (29 April 2013)
WRATH OF THE TITANS (2012) **1/2 Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, RalphFiennes, Edgar Ramirez, Toby Kebbell, Rosamund Pike, Bill Nighy, DannyHuston, John Bell, Lily James, Alejandro Naranjo, Freddy Drabble,Kathryn Carpenter, Sinead Cusack. Middling sequel to the big-budget CGIremake of the sci-fi/fantasy cult classic again pittinghalf-human/half-god Perseus (Worthington reprising his hero) facingeven more insurmountable odds with the gods involving thekidnapping/torture of his father Zeus (Neeson back as well) whileventuring forth to stop the onslaught of the good people of ancientGreece. While there are a few more monstrosities including an island ofCyclops; a two-headed wolf-like creature and a mountainous cloudmonster resembling the fire & brimstone creation in LORD OF THE RINGS &Disneys' "Midnight on Bald Mountain" demon the film is weighted downwith very little 'thrills' nor any memorable dialogue or frivolity toadd to the gloom and doom mix concocted by Dan Mazeau, David Johnson,Greg Berlanti and Dan Mazeau's screenplay and leaden direction byJonathan Lliebesman outweighs the less-than-stellar (SIGH again!) 3-Demployed (or rather lack of on screen!)
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