WRATH OF THE TITANS movie review

an epic continuation of the adventures of Perseus and the gods are seen in Warner Bros. Pictures' Wrath of the Titans. starring Sam Worthington as Perseus, Liam Neeson as Zeus and Ralph Fiennes as Hades. set to dominate Philippine theaters on March 29, 2012 in IMAX 3D.
after successfullly defeating the Kraken, Perseus tries to live peacefully with his son, Helius. on the other side of life, the gods are struggling over conflict of supremacy versus the titans. they are slowly weakening due to loss of devotion of the humans. unknown to many, Hades together with Poseidon's son Ares had turned back from the gods to bring back the power to the titans. leader of the titans, Kronos, (Zeus, Hades and Poseidon's father) is down in the abyss of Tartarus where he was imprisoned for a long time by the power of triumvirate. as Kronos slowly recovers his power, the surface of the world experiences their rage with monsters and calamities. Perseus feels his calling from Zeus to stop Hades and even the titans to put the end to the world.
the relationship between father and son is the backbone of the story. Perseus to his son, Helius and Perseus to his father, Zeus. getting life support from each other. but this is better than "Clash" there are less romantic segments and focuses on adventure that make you think what's going to happen next. the monsters are more hideous than the Kraken and sounds are more solid.

get to see some very familiar things in the movie. let's tag Spartans, perhaps. there is also an awkward moment for Andromeda when they cheer for Perseus. she's more of a fighter rather than a queen.
see more of Wrath of the Titans in cinemas soon.


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