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01/30/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

"Clash Of The Titans" by Yojimbo

A warrior with the blood of Zeus running through his veins is charged with defeating a fearsome creature who is set to be unleashed on the city of Argos if its princess is not sacrificed. I wasn't a big fan of the original film so I went into Clash Of The titans with low expectations and surprise, surprise. Even they weren't met. It's just another example of the kind of poorly scripted CGI fests that plague modern cinema featuring dialogue that's all sound bites, characterisation by montage and battle sequences that look more like Transformers than Jason And The Argonauts. As always seems to be the case when hack directors are given a 3D project, Leterrier seemed far more interested in showing various objects spinning into camera than telling a coherent story and there are a host of horri...

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04/16/2010 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

cool sword

I believe this movie is a guy's movie. You see it for the fights and the special effects. It really has nothing else to offer. And I heard the 3D was done in post-production, which would explain the lameness in that area.
I was very in to Greek mythology when I was in high school (longer ago than I would care to admit) and if you know a fair amount of mythology you'll find this movie as stupid as I did. I just want to point out: Io had a kid with Zeus, now keep that in mind when you rent this movie, cause you really need not pay for it.
Also you really could not tell on God from another. And could someone explain the plate armor? It seems like Liam was so proud that he still fit into his old Excalibur suit, that the film-makers let him wear it in this one.
If you want to watch a good ...

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04/04/2010 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Here's Myth in Your Eye

Clash of the Titans is very glossy and tries really hard to impress but ultimately the film is hollow and left me dissatisfied in the end.

This isn't really a remake, or even a homage to the original Clash of the Titans. Except for a brief scene of a mechanical owl, and the use of various monsters, it's pretty much its own movie. That's not to say it's better. The original was fun in a cheesy kind of way. This one takes a much more gritty approach. Sam Worthington is the hero, Perseus. He's appeared in some big films, but I still think overall Worthington is a pretty bland actor. He can swing a sword, but when it comes to delivery it falls a little flat.

It is fun to watch Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes duke it out as Zeus and Hades. Out of all the actors, they look like they're havi...

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04/03/2010 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Splat of the Titans

“Clash Of The Titans” is a film that could have been so much more. The subject matter is one that so much could have been achieved with, yet it falls remarkably short. For those who are not interested in Greek mythology and special effects don’t strike a chord, this film will be an utter bore. The story and special effects are what save the film. Perseus (Sam Worthington) is found at birth by a fisherman and his wife, who raise him as their own. When the human race rebels against the Gods, Hades (Ralph Fiennes) kills his family in his attack on the people. Perseus vows revenge against the Gods and sets fort with the soldiers of Argos to battle the Gods. It is during this time that Perseus is approached by Io (Gemma Arterton) and told that he is in fact the son of Zeus (Liam Neeson), makin...


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