Whats it about? Perseus (Sam Worthington) the half god half human has settled into a life of an ordinary fisherman with his son. Enters his father Zeus (Liam Neeson) telling him Beta bhagwan logon ki lagne wali hai, Titans will attack and we will lose our immortality. A moment later Zeus is captured by his brother Hades (Ralph Fiennes) and Ares (Edgar Ramirez) so Perseus has to go on another adventure to save his father and the universe.
How is it? Timepass
My Take Director Jonathan Liebesmans clear vision in this one is to provide some good set pieces and there are at least 3 good ones in there. One is an action sequence with a creature called Chimera (two faced with a serpent on its tail). Another sequence featuring the creature called Cyclops (30 foot monster with one eye) is fun. There is also a part where Perseus goes in search of his father and has to encounter a labyrinth that plays trick with your mind. It reminded me of Hatimtai and images of Jeetendra and Satish Shah flashed in my mind. The last creature Kronos though high on effects doesnt lead to a grand finale leaving the viewer asking for more. If you remember what happened with Kraken in Clash of the Titans then expect the same with Kronos. Sam Worthington acts like his character, completely disinterested in the adventure and looks like he was forced to go on one. Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes and Bill Nighy looked like they were having fun with their roles. The big waste was Edgar Ramirez (Go watch him in Carlos. he is brilliant in it). He doesnt get much to do and remains on the sidelines most of the time.
Final few words The Wrath is one up on the Clash but dont expect an adrenaline rush.
Rating - **
Ticket Meter Worth 200 bucks.
P.S. The 3D is good!