Clash of the Titans is back - given the big-budget blockbuster treatment by Incredible Hulk helmer Louis Leterrier in an effort to introduce this classic myth to a new generation of filmgoers.
Gone is Ray Harryhausen's stop-motion genius which so electrified the 1981 film version, replaced by cutting edge computer generated effects as the filmmakers endeavour to bring the story's myriad mythological creatures to life in 2010. And this being the summer of 3D, Leterrier and his team have of course added a third dimension to proceedings in the hope that said creatures will truly leap off the screen.
Yet in spite of these updates, the story remains much the same. Clash kicks off at a time when tensions are running high between earth and the heavens. In destroying a statue of Zeus, the soldiers of Argos provoke the wrath of the gods, and must face the dire consequences that follow.
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