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Clash of the Titans

Perseus (Sam Worthington), the son of Zeus (Liam Neeson), is caught in a war between gods and is helpless to save his family from Hades (Ralph Fiennes), the god of the underworld. With nothing left to lose, Perseus leads a band of warriors on a dangerous quest to prevent Hades from overthrowing the king of the gods and laying waste to Earth.

Sam Worthington Perseus
Liam Neeson Zeus
Ralph Fiennes Hades
Jason Flemyng Calibos/King Acrisius
Gemma Arterton Io
Alexa Davalos Andromeda
Tine Stapelfeldt Danae
Mads Mikkelsen Draco
Luke Evans Apollo
Izabella Miko Athena

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(no rating) Apr 11, 2010 - Bud on Clash of the Titans

This film might have been better if it had a different title because i did not get what i expected to see with clash of the titian's the original version

Apr 07, 2010 - AnDroo.Napoli on Clash of the Titans
Flat, Boring.

This entire movie was rushed, flat, shallow, and poorly constructed. The visual effects were ok, nothing out of the ordinary or ground breaking really.

Character development was an afterthought... The characters moved through bland, lifeless, and only eluded to any semblance of a past in off, out of place, comments. The dialogue the characters did have was completely predictable, emotionless, and dry. The only people that did a good job in this movie were Zeus and Perseus' 'adopted father' the fisherman. Everyone wandered through this with little to no purpose, it was irritating.

Hades... Hades was portrayed like a whiney crybaby that was faking his "Mean Voice" throughout the movie... It was obnoxious and completely insulting to the intelligence of the viewers, even the ones completely hypnotized by the half-baked special effects.

Scenes dragged on , and you could tell they did for the benefit of the 3D effects, but seeing the movie in 2D is painful...

I know I am being particularly harsh this time... But after readign other peoples' reviews, I was under the impression that they were doing the typical race to be the first bad review... This bad review is from the heart. I really wanted it to be more, and it let me down.

Not the worse movie I've seen, might have some uses as background entertainment as a party or something...

Apr 06, 2010 - Tharrah on Clash of the Titans
Not a remake of the original...

It's hard to say what this is really, because they don't follow myth, they don't follow anything really. This includes characters from the Perseus myth, but it feels like it only has them there because they have to. They took so many liberties, it made me question why they took the title "Clash of the Titans" so it would seem like a remake.

Perseus is pretty much the golden boy of the gods in old myth. Unlike Hercules that routinely acts the fool, Perseus is doing the work of the Gods and is thankful of the gifts they bestow. In this movie, he's an angsty crybaby. This character trait proved to serve no purpose though, as he is forced to accept their help anyways. It doesn't end up making the story any better, either. It felt like they were trying to capitalize off the "God of War" franchise a bit, because at the beginning of the movie, Perseus seems to want to kill everyone.

Basically, this movie is a special effects display, which we have seen done just as well elsewhere. The story is weak, and even weaker if you weren't asleep in 4th grade history. If you see this movie for anything beyond its looks, you're gonna be disappointed. If you see if for just its looks, and you've seen anything done in the past 10 years, you may not even make it to being mildly impressed.

Apr 04, 2010 - Salvadordolly on Clash of the Titans
fast paced action

I am old enough to have seen the original so I was naturally interested in how time had improved the movie. The witches are still scary. Overall, very good film, I kept thinking "Is that Lord Voldemort?" when I saw Hades. How perfect was that.

Apr 02, 2010 - Jennavive. on Clash of the Titans
Visually Entertaining

Though the story line and dialogue is rather cheesy, some of the epic shots and creativity demonstrated on the characters made the movie exciting to watch. I only saw the trailer before watching the movie (I didn't looking to the film like I normally would before entering theaters.)The amount of cameos throughout the film was not something I expected.

Some of the 'mythical creations' were very similar to Guillermo Del Toro's characters in the Academy Award® Winning film El laberinto del fauno (Pan's Labyrinth) in 2006, though they were overdone with CG rather than actual make up applications, making the characters less realistic.

There are several shots in the trailer that were edited out of the film, an example would be..The Kraken. Though its appearance is made as the climax of the picture, the editing of the sequence lead to a bit of disappointment, the images used in the trailer weren’t presented on the same epic scale in the film, which to be honest was the what drew me to purchase a ticket in the first place.

Over all the film was rather predictable though action packed and a good film for the family.

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