Wrath of the Titans details
|Formats:||12 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Sam Worthington, Gemma Arterton, Liam Neeson, Rosamund Pike, Danny Huston, Toby Kebbell, Edgar Ramirez|
|Studio:||WARNER HOME VIDEO|
|Collections:||Guilty Pleasures, Our Favourites, The Biggest and Best|
Wrath of the Titans
|Run time:||3 hours 31 minutes|
|Rental release:||14 Dec 2012|
By Jonathan Crocker from LOVEFiLM
Surprising as it may seem, Wrath of the Titans more than makes up for the shortcomings of its predecessor.
Most helpful review
Disappointing ... yet again.By Foxmacologist (1 review) from Milton Keynes , 18 Oct 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]It does seem a long time to wait. I joined so I wouldn't have to keep buying films that I may never watch again. So far, things have been a wee bit slow.
- Was this review helpful to you?
- (18) Yes |
- No (5)
All the good bits ARE in the trailerBy Gdkool (50 reviews) , 30 Oct 2013Original was better in story and felt effects were better as well in the original if compared, and whenever Liam Neeson was on screen it felt like they threw it in our faces to say look who we got.
Not so good..By NaffFilm (7 reviews) , 13 Oct 2013Love myths and Legends. Loved the original Titans film. This left me very cold. Shame. It would probably make a good fun book though. Not good......
Wrath Of The ViewersBy WhistlingFish (19 reviews) , 01 Sep 2013This really was a dull film. Having just bought a blu-ray player I thought I'd rent it on a blu-ray disc to get the 'full experience'. Waste of time. Wooden acting and only reasonable special effects. The script was poor. There's no need to tinker with the Greek myths. They've lasted 2500 years for a reason and jazzing things up is NOT needed. If they'd spent $50 less on special effects and $50 more on the script it would have been twice the film. Read a good book about the myths instead, then go to a museum.
Naff naff naff naff naff...By Kinkyfish (121 reviews) from York, England , 27 Aug 2013Utter tosh! And why does Persius suddenly look like a cross between 1980s Michael Rooker and John C. Reilly? I will say this, Toby Kebbell - a poor man's Russell Brand - is terrible in this film but does pull out a couple of good one-liners.
Waste of timeBy Mjx (3 reviews) , 25 Aug 2013An hour and a half of my life wasted. I forced myself to watch it as I thought it was going to get better. It didn't. Poor acting the camera work was annoying and the plot useless. I can't believe that it had 3 story writers what the hell were they thinking. Avoid.