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
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
No começo, até pensei que poderia se salvar a parte onde os deuses discutem suas picuinhas mundanas, mas me enganei. É tudo muito raso. A salutar apenas a curta duração do filme e a ação, apesar de que quando ela começa, fica tudo tão sujo que você não consegue diferenciar nada. Nota: D
Um. Special effects peppered here and there with strong wavy haired men in the throes of deep manly feelings and seasoned with some humor provided by Pegasus. Titans, except Cronos (depicted with massive heartburn), still MIA. But hey, maybe they'll turn up in "Titans: Reunion". One can only hope.
Somehow they managed to make this even more awkward then the first. Strange scenes with some bizarre acting & dialogue. The 3D wasn't bad and some shots were great eye candy. But really the only thing this movie accomplished is that I want to play the God Of War games again. But the highlight was watching Qui-Gon and Voldemort teamup to kick ass in what I imagine Schindler's List 2 would be