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A Pretty impressive touch on Greek Mythology. As I already have prior knowledge on Ancient Mythology (Thanks to Rick Riordan), I enjoyed this movie just as any other person experienced in this field would. I liked seeing the modified versions of Medusa and the three witches, all of which were unique in their own way. So I'd say this is a pretty well-made movie. :)
Though this fantasy adventure remake (I have yet to see the original) has a great cast, decent score and some impressive visuals it all feels extremely hollow and it just isn't exciting enough. This is primarily down to the weak script, obvious plot and the fact I am not given any reason to care for these characters.
Pretty solid remake. Changes a lot from the original, and some of the story beats are questionable, but it's got a good pace, some cool designs and good action. It's a fun fantasy movie. I dug the aspect of Perseus wanting to remain a man no matter what. Aside from him cheating a bit at the end...
Clash of the titans is really bad, it was terrible, it's stupid, the action is boring, the acting is awful, the cgi is vomit inducing, the script and writing and story is paper thin, the dialogue and direction is flat, it's so stupid and boring, it's a terrible movie
All sound and fury and signifying almost nothing. But not quite. The story seems to be led by a roll call of mythological characters rather than an actual plot. But for all its lack of substance it is still quite watchable.
No where near as memorable as the classic 1981 film, but it does have some great creature effects and well shot action scenes. The real drag of this rendition is our less than charismatic leading man, Sam Worthington. He performance is phoned in; no substance. He's more like a cookie cutter action hero, who feels no need to try.
Once a film with potential and a big name cast with reputations for good films, Clash of the Titans is such a forgettable film as it completely wastes all of it's actors abilities and pushes a very choppy and dull story throughout. As mortals challenge the Gods and their importance, demigod Perseus leads and expedition to find a weapon capable of stopping the Kraken before it destroys all of Athens. Fast cut action scenes and numerous monsters can't aid this film as even the few interesting fights throughout hardly boost opinions in a popular fashion.
With a lot of unoriginal things that we saw before on Tv, like big scorpions, witches and medusa, Clash of Titans, despite it great cast suffers from a predictable narrative, lack of originality and weak screenplay.
It's not great as a piece of film, but it's tremendously entertaining cor what it is. I sincerely believe that Sam Worthington has it in him to be a great leading man; he has acting chops and a great face for the big screen. However, studios forced him into too many potential franchises too quickly to allow anything to effectively stick short of "Avatar".
One of my many guilty pleasures that idk why or care how I like it. I just still down and don't expect anything out of it. Maybe that's why I'll say it's not that bad. For goodness sake, it's a remake of an extremely popular classic, what did you think this was gonna be?