Wrath of the Titans

Wrath of the Titans

3.4 600 Ratings

Directed by : Jonathan Liebesman

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  • Critics Rating 2.2/5
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A decade after his heroic defeat of the monstrous Kraken, Perseus, the demigod son of Zeus, is attempting to live a quieter life as a village fisherman and the sole parent to his 10-year old son, Helius. Meanwhile, a struggle for supremacy rages between the gods and the Titans. Dangerously weakened by humanitys lack of devoti...more


“With all its technical elements in place, Wrath of the Titans creates visual magic on screen but doesn’t go beyond an average watch thanks to an unsound script and lack of substance in the storyline.”

Wrath of the Titans Credit & Casting

Sam Worthington

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Yawn with the Titans

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The Titans fight it out and yet again without purpose. Wrath Of The Titans, like it's predecessor Clash Of The Titans has a lot of style but really not much substance.

The film tells the story of Demi-god Perseus, the son of the almighty Zeus who must save his father from the clutches of his evil uncle Hades or else all existence must cease. Well I say bring on the apocalypse because only then can we saved from such mindless drivel. The film not only boasts of an unimaginative plot but also an inane screenplay that takes the help of cheesy dialogues and boring characters. Percy Jackson And The Olympians:The Lightening Thief had more marrow than this mega budget excuse of a film.

Director Jonathan Liebesman does not have much of a filmography to show for except for the superb horror flick Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Wrath Of The Titans wouldn't be doing him any favors. Having said that, the film really boasts of some fantastic 3-D scenes but they are few and far between. The editing work is the tops and technically the film is sound. The cast throws up such names as Ralf Fienes, Liam Neeson and Sam Worthington but a poor plot kills much of their fun as it does ours.

Do I recommend it? Well if you absolutely love action films and must watch them at all costs, do go for it. At the best, it's a one time watch. As for me, I'd rather watch 300 on TV any day.

2.5 stars