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Wrath of the Titans (2012)

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Wrath of the Titans (2012)



Sam Worthington
Rosamund Pike
Bill Nighy
Édgar Ramírez
Toby Kebbell
Danny Huston
Ralph Fiennes
Liam Neeson

Directed by Jonathan Liebesman

Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures

The great Zeus is kidnapped, and Perseus has to go save his father and the world from the most formidable force known to all. This may sound like something to go queue up and see, but it wasn’t anywhere near good, the wrath of the titans is plagued with shouting matches, dialogues not worth remembering and the CGI was just all over the place.

The only good thing in the movie was that I did not fall asleep I give them that. The movie isn’t that bad, it just wasn’t worth making, and you too probably won’t fall asleep either because the script’s repulsive stand will keep you awake all through.

Shooting was done mostly in Europe in areas of vast land so that the scenes of destruction would have room to be done.
The movie had pointless chaos all due to the script and unwarranted emotions, displayed by the actors that will keep you wandering if the director was actually watching, or had probably fallen asleep.

The plan to make a sequel to Clash of the Titans has been around from the shooting of the first film. The producers were hoping to rake in enough cash from the first movie and then use that as a good lead to shoot Wrath of the Titans, which they hoped will rake in enough cash that will lead to another sequel, thereby making a trilogy. Although Clash of the Titans was a waste of film reel, it still made 3 times its production cost from the box office, and therefore Wrath was done, Wrath on the other hand made twice its production cost, this may mean we are not safe, as the producers could be conceiving another craperpiece.

The plot is as simple as what I said above, Perseus goes on rampage into the underworld to save his father Zeus and save the world from the hands of the mighty Ares the god of war.

Planning to thrill the movie watches with stick like acting and scenes warranting you to wonder if the director was actually sleeping during the shooting, is what Warner Bros tries to pass on as a movie, I shake my head in disapproval and disappointment.

Directed by Jonathan Liebesman, a South African director who was responsible for the movie Battle: Los Angeles, Wrath of the Titans is a most skip from my perspective, that is if you haven’t seen it already.


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