The ultimate struggle for power pits men against kings and kings against gods. But the war between the gods themselves could destroy the world. Born of a god but raised as a man, Perseus (Sam Worthington) is helpless to save his family from Hades (Ralph Finnes), vengeful god of the underworld. With nothing left to lose, Perseus volunteers to lead a dangerous mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus (Liam Neelson) and unleash hell on earth. Leading a daring band of warriors, Perseus sets off on a perilous journey deep into forbidden worlds. Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts, he will only survive if he can accept his power as a god, defy his fate and create his own destiny.
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An excellent film, action, adventure and story-telling, this great remake of the original 1981 film it is a gripping story based around the legend of Perseus. It is a very enjoyable film for those who love films based around ancient Greece and the stories from that time. Great special effects and story line, very impressed. Loved it at the cinema had to get the DVD, also amazing value for money.
An excellent film, action, adventure and story-telling, this great remake of the original 1981 film it is a gripping story based around the legend of Perseus. It is a very enjoyable film for those who love films based around ancient Greeks and the stories from that time. Great special effects and story line, very impressed. Loved it at the cinema had to get the DVD.
I watched this in the cinema, in 2d, as I think that often people are so amazed by the 3d in a film that they get taken away from how bad the film may actually be. This is the case here. Many things in this film made no sense at all. For example at one point the hero is told he is going to die, but does he? No. Not even close. There is one aspesct that pulled this film up from the 1 star rating in my opinion, which was the fact that there were some action scenes. However, you got one scene with some action which gets you excited, and then there's a scene of boring rubbish with people talking, which often doesn't even have any relevance to the story of the film.
Although not a faithful remake of the 80s classic what it loses in charm it makes up for in amazing action and CGI. If you are looking for a good night in movie that will keep you entertained then you cant go wrong with this. Sam Worthington who was last seen in Avatar does a good job as the lead fighting amongst other beasts a huge scorpion!!
Great effects in this remake of the early 80s classic. Although it has not got the charm of the original it does have great action and CGI - so if you want a good popcorn movie then give it a go.
The plot of Titans is really simple - perhaps at times a tad too simple. There are tonnes of really great action sequences. The film never feels like it's dragging on but the huge amount of action can, at times, make it feel a bit souless. Ultimately I have to say that I really enjoyed the movie. I saw it in the cinema but would definitely watch it again, ideally on Blu-ray so that action sequences really jump out at you. The acting is good, although nothing really "oscar winning", all the cast do what is asked of them.
Being a fan of such epic adventure/action movies such as the Lord of the Rings and King Kong I thought this looked in a similar ball park. Awesome special effects, great acting and a fascinating plot were offered up by it's trailer. The trailer lied. What the audience were 'treated' to was 106 minutes of pointless action, strung together with a weak plot, embellished with pathetic sub-plots (a romance which sprung out of nowhere when the female involved was in trouble..) and poor acting (which pains me to say, as a great fan of Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson who were also two of the main reasons I chose to see this). All in all, the person I was viewing the film with and myself left the cinema feeling bewildered and disappointed. Avoid it if you can, but if you feel you must watch it, rent the blu-ray.
Folks of a certain age will no doubt have fond memories (I know I do!) of the original Clash of the Titans, released in 1981. Not the greatest film ever made, but great fun all the same and the last movie to feature the majestic special effects work of Ray Harryhausen. Unfortunately the 2010 remake, despite vastly improved special effects, is a terrible movie. Badly written, badly acted - except for a couple of decent set pieces (the giant Scorpions are great), the whole thing is just a mess. The plot seems to deviate from the original in random, inconsistent ways. Perseus' main motivation is now to avenge the deaths of his family, murdered by the god Hades. Yet the climax of the film still centres on him battling to save Andromeda from the Kraken, but since Andromeda is reduced to a minor supporting role here with no real connection to Perseus, it's hard to see why Perseus (who now has no interest in being a man of the people, or anybody's saviour, and just wants to be a fisherman) would go to such lengths to save her. After reading the many bad reviews of the remade Clash of the Titans, I had low expectations of this movie - unfortunately it was still worse than I expected.