Poseidon's death was so sad. Stone to ashes, ashes to masterless staff. Zeus:"Oh Hades, what have I done to you?*leans against his brother Hades*/*slowly starts laughing*Hades:"You laugh as if you had a choice. There is no choice."/Trivia:Édgar Ramírez plays Ares, Danny Huston plays Poseidon. In 'Wonder Woman' Danny Huston plays Ares|Agenor: Could ya do me a favor? Go to hell!/Perseus: That's exactly where I'm goin'▽
The pitiful reviews for this are mostly made of disrespectful cinema-snobbery. As a sword-and-sandal action film, this was quite a bit of fun. The special effects were mesmerizing at times, and the mythic story was entertaining, albeit watered-down. It wasn't thoughtful by any means, but this is not meant to be highbrow or artful filmmaking. Accept it for what it is and embrace its purely escapist purpose (fun).
Jonathan Liebesman is not a talented director. He doesn't make films so much as he makes video games you pay $10 to see at the movie theater, complete with level progression and boss battles at the end. His shakycam style works for an 'on the ground' military flick like "Battle For L.A.," but for a 3D swords-and-sandals epic like "Wrath of the Titans," his technique is just plain nauseating.
Perante o anterior, este está mais vistoso, tem muita acção perante adversários de pura fantasia e os deuses são agora menos deuses.
Como entretenimento e festim CGI... cumpre bem mas que ninguém espere sair daqui uma abordagem séria desta mitologia (é tudo subvertido à lógica do nada se saber disto e assim se faz o que bem se quer...).
6/10 - Interessante mesmo assim
When major Greek Gods face each other and get killed off their deaths should be epic and spectacular and not just fizzle out like they do in this mediocre fantasy adventure. There is fast-food quality over the entire production with celeb cameo stunt casting and unconvincing effects that look stolen from a 1950s Italian version. Only Rosamund Pike is worth a look as an icy Amazon.
rated 2 out of 5 stars; after reading all the negative reviews in advance, I watched this with my 9 year old daughter (who loves Greek mythology) and must say I enjoyed it, mostly due to my very low expectations and the very impressive visual effects