File this one under Sequels Nobody Wanted. Though the 2010 remake of the 1981 Ray Harryhausen cult item Clash of the Titans was unbearably dull , it apparently managed to scare up enough post- Avatar business (it was the first big 3-D title to open in the more
How can a movie that's so big feel so small? Full of mythological beasts aplenty, hardened heroes of legend and the gods themselves -- all caught up in a struggle where the fate of mankind (and god-kind) lies in the balance -- Wrath of the Titans no more
Everything is on fire in Wrath of the Titans . Sam Worthington, as the mighty Perseus (otherwise known as the dude who slayed the Kraken), takes on a two-headed griffin-like creature that trashes a village with its incendiary breath. The spears and more
“Wrath of the Titans” is a sequel to a remake — specifically, 2010?s “Clash of the Titans” — and critics say that while this follow-up retains its predecessor’s goofy charm, it once again favors spectacle over storytelling and character development. This more
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To prefer “Wrath of the Titans” to its predecessor, the 2010 remake “Clash of the Titans,” is like saying that a punch in the stomach is better than a knee to the groin.
“Clash,” after all, featured such terrible 3D post-production (remember Ralph F more
The remake of 'Clash Of The Titans' was a disappointment on many levels, but the new sequel 'Wrath Of The Titans' improves on that movie's mistakes and offers up some dazzling and involving giant monster fights in the process. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/ more