Overall Rank: 8519
Average Rating: 2.4/4
# of Ratings: 116
Theatrical Release Date: 03/30/2012
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 06/26/2012
Genre: Action, Fantasy
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Jonathan Liebesman
Actors: Sam Worthington, Rosamund Pike, Liam Neeson, Toby Kebbell, Ralph Fiennes, Édgar Ramírez
Plot: Ten years following his defeat of the Kraken, Perseus is living the quiet life of a fisherman with his son, Helius. Yet that peace is about to end as once again, he is drawn into the world of the gods when his father, Zeus is taken to the underworld, betrayed by Ares and Hades, who have joined forces with the titan Kronos to regain the waning power of the gods at any cost. -- Chris Kavan
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 01/04/2014
Release the lava thing.wrath of the titans. okay is this movie good or Bad well I can say it's a okay movie.the visual effect's are good and the fight scene are good.but the acting was not good and the story is just the same thing.and this film will get a 3/4 star's "it's a okay movie".
worleyjamers - wrote on 06/29/2013
Clash of the Titans was certainly a flawed film but I enjoyed it and was highly entertained. I enjoyed this sequel, sort of, but it isn't all that entertaining. The CGI was fantastic, but I had no idea what the point of the story was or who any of the characters were.
MikePA - wrote on 02/08/2013
Certainly better than 2010's god-awful Clash of the Titans, with some fairly cool action scenes and a good use of Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes (something Clash was devoid of). But it's still loud, ugly, stupid, and poorly written entertainment. The acting is mediocre, the dialogue is atrocious, and the visuals are cluttered and ugly. The action scenes are high in energy, but lack suspense. It's decent for what it is, but you're likely to forget all about it in T-minus three minutes. 2/4
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Rod - wrote on 06/23/2013
Perseus, the half god will again be involved on the world of gods as he attempts to save his father, Zeus, betrayed and captured by Ares and Hades on the underworld.
I saw "Clash of the Titans" but then, I could not really remember the story of this half god warrior (yes, I'm also not a fan of Greek Mythology) so I had really a hard time catching up and following the story. I got confused when *SPOILER ALERT* Poseidon died, I thought gods are immortals? I'm sure there's an explanation for that, can anyone tell me about this? Or is it the same thing as how they defeated the Kraken? I think I enjoyed this movie more than Clash because of this crazy son of Poseidon which contributes to the entertainment. Also, I appreciate Sam Worthington more than his first Perseus role, however I …
sreekirch - wrote on 06/20/2012
There are generally two kinds of movies. One is that which will entertain to the best that lacks a strong plot and great lead cast. Another is one with, a good plot and some terrific lead roles. Wrath of the titans probably belongs somewhere in between. It neither boasts itself with jaw drop moments to cherish nor has a good moving plot to care and think a lot. It is totally visual with lot of CGI scattered all over the place. The big problem in here is in spite of having a strong cast support it could not deliver the goods. The main reason is plot that depends only on graphic work. Another problem is the crew that has under taken the task. Jonathan Liebesman who is famous for psychological thrillers has suddenly picked up a mythological concept. Thanks to him, he has taken only the job …
Dylan - wrote on 04/29/2012
Wrath of the Titans was a fairly decent sequel to Clash of the Titans. The action scenes were intense, but it was relatively slow to develop when no action was occurring. It was on par with the rest of the gods vs. titans movies, such as The Immortals. In my opinion, it did not live up to the hype created by the commercials, and the fighting between the gods and men against the titans was too short to be the epic climax that I had expected it to be. The titans were rolling through the gods and mortals defenses at first, and then Perseus shows up with his all powerful weapon in order to defeat the titan Kronos. It was quite anti-climactic as Perseus just flies down Kronos's throat and defeats him with one throw of the weapon. This heroic act, of course, saves mankind and Perseus is again …
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