Wrath of the Titans Reviews
This film has many problems. The action seems more mindless and generic. The story is not as interesting as that of the first film. And the CGI can be really great at some times, and god awful (pun intended) at others.
Additionally, Sam Worthington does not give as strong a performance as before, and Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes' roles are so small that they offer little to the film. Bill Nighy has a fun little part as Hephaestus, and it's about the only enjoyable part of the film.
You could say that "Wrath of the Titans" is bad because of poor writing, acting, or directing. I like to think of it as the wrath of karma!
There is also bad acting from Worthington, Rosamund Pike, Toby Kebbell and a brief appearance from Bill Nighy - all of which, are leading the plot nowhere, playing underdeveloped and meaningless characters. In comparison to its predecessor, Wrath of Titans doesn't live up to the memorable action, excitement and great casting of Clash of the Titans (which I gave four stars), and instead this sequel almost kills everything that made the last movie a truly great action hit. Wrath of the Titans doesn't even outweigh the almost disastrous movie attempt of the 'Prince of Persia game franchise', called Prince of Persia:The Sands of Time. Jake Gyllenhaal, the actor who portrayed the prince in that movie, is a more superior actor than Worthington turned out to be in Wrath of the Titans.
Truth be told, the monsters and mythical creatures depicted in the movie aren't even that exciting for their use of bad CGI - again, this almost killed the memorable monsters in the first movie, but clichés and overrated ideas, to the awareness of the audience, are commonly the basis of delivering appalling entertainment, which clearly isn't entertainment. I really don't think it would be worth my time to watch another 'Titans' sequel.