A pleasing enough action sword and monster flick, as far as it goes, if you like the genre, but dont expect great things. There is epic CGI conflict, true enough, but little emotional content. The script is fairly dull and wooden compared to how good action movie one-liners can be in the hands of an expert (like say; Joss Whedon of Avengers Assemble), and it is hard to care much about any of the characters.
The emphasis on special effects makes it feel a bit like you are stuck in a computer game, that is playing with itself, - very much spectacle over story, and not much engagement.
Finally, if you expect the storyline it to bear any resemblence to any of the actual sources for Greek myth, you will be disappointed, it doesn't.
Check it out if you are a fan of this genre, or if you like computer games but your thumb is tired, but don't expect great things.
I was looking forward to going to the cinema to watch Clash Of The Titans in 3D, I came out disappointed, but I think that was more to do with the so-called 3D rather than the film itself.
Firstly let me just say that if you like a plot with your action films then this is probably not the film for you. It's a big budget, effects laden blockbuster that is aimed solely at your eyes. The special effects are top notch and the acting is excellent, especially from Sam Worthington as Perseus, Ralph Fiennes as Hades and Gemma Arterton as Io.
The film tells the story of Perseus (Sam Worthington) who discovers he is the mortal son of the powerful God Zeus (Liam Neeson). Perseus must stop the God of the underworld Hades (Ralph Fiennes) from trying to take control of mankind. Perseus must battle demons and beasts, including Medusa and the Kraken, with a little help from Io (Gemma Arterton), Ixas (Hans Matheson), Kucuk (Mouloud Archour) and Sheikh Suleiman (Ian Whyte).
So sit back, switch off your brain for 2 hours and enjoy. I know I did.
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Big-budget adventure remake based loosely on the Greek myth of Perseus, who is played here by Sam Worthington. Perseus is the son of the King of the Gods, Zeus (Liam Neeson), but is raised as a man. When Hades (Ralph Fiennes), the God of the underworld, threatens to seize power from Zeus, Perseus embarks on a life-threatening mission to defeat him. Joined by a group of brave warriors, Perseus is forced to battle beasts and demons in order to save his family, and will only succeed if he finally accepts and uses his power as a God.
Liam Neeson Sam Worthington and Ralph Fiennes star in the tale of Perseus the mortal son of Zeus on a quest to best the gods and save mankind from the enslavement of Hades Action maestro Louis Leterrier ("The Incredible Hulk") serves up giant monsters and jaw-dropping spectacle galore In Clash Of The Titans the ultimate struggle for power pits men against kings and kings against gods But the war between the gods themselves could destroy the world Born of a god but raised as a man Perseus (Sam Worthington) is helpless to save his family from Hades (Ralph Fiennes) vengeful god of the underworld With nothing to lose Perseus volunteers to lead a dangerous mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus (Liam Neeson) and unleash hell on earth Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts Perseus and his warriors will only survive if Perseus accepts his power as a god defies fate and creates his own destiny