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Percy Jackson - Sea of Monsters 2013

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The second instalment of the fantasy adventure franchise based on the bestselling children's books by Rick Riordan. After discovering that their demigod training ground, Camp Half-Blood, is in danger of being overrun by monsters, Percy (Logan Lerman), Annabeth (Alexandra Daddario), Grover (Brandon T. Jackson) and Tyson (Douglas Smith) set out on a perilous journey to the Sea of Monsters, known today as the Bermuda Triangle, to retrieve the mythical object that can save their camp - the Golden Fleece.

Starring:
Alexandra Daddario, Missi Pyl
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature parental_guidance
Runtime 1 hour 46 minutes
Starring Alexandra Daddario, Missi Pyl, Anthony, Anthony Head, Leven Ra, Missi Pyle, Douglas Smith, Jake Abel, Gina Ca, Brandon T. Jackson, Anthony He, Sean Bean, Logan Lerman, Melina Kanakaredes, Leven Rambin, Stanley Tucci, Gina, Robert Maillet, Gina Carano, Jake Abe, Nathan Fillion
Director Thor Freudenthal
Genres Fantasy
Studio 20th Century Fox
Rental release 7 February 2014
Main languages English
Dubbing Spanish, German, Italian
Subtitles Spanish, Danish
Hearing impaired subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature parental_guidance
Runtime 1 hour 46 minutes
Starring Alexandra Daddario, Missi Pyl, Anthony, Anthony Head, Leven Ra, Missi Pyle, Douglas Smith, Jake Abel, Gina Ca, Brandon T. Jackson, Anthony He, Sean Bean, Logan Lerman, Melina Kanakaredes, Leven Rambin, Stanley Tucci, Gina, Robert Maillet, Gina Carano, Jake Abe, Nathan Fillion
Director Thor Freudenthal
Genres Fantasy
Studio 20th Century Fox
Rental release 7 February 2014
Main languages English
Hearing impaired subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature parental_guidance
Runtime 1 hour 46 minutes
Starring Alexandra Daddario, Missi Pyl, Anthony, Anthony Head, Leven Ra, Missi Pyle, Douglas Smith, Jake Abel, Gina Ca, Brandon T. Jackson, Anthony He, Sean Bean, Logan Lerman, Melina Kanakaredes, Leven Rambin, Stanley Tucci, Gina, Robert Maillet, Gina Carano, Jake Abe, Nathan Fillion
Director Thor Freudenthal
Genres Fantasy
Studio 20th Century Fox
Rental release 7 February 2014
Main languages English
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is a tough film for me to review, my 2 boys (aged 9 and 10) loved the film and couldn't wait to watch it again so I am giving it a 5 as they are the target audience.

The special effects are great which gives believable bad guys for the heroes to defeat, easily.

For me the huge weakness lies in the fact they have ripped the heart out of the book, there is no character development and the important, and difficult, relationship between Percy and Tyson is pretty much brushed aside. This relationship, and how Percy struggled to come to terms with it, was one of the key themes of the book and it's removal just leaves us with a bit of an action movie.

For me, 2 stars.
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By Jules TOP 500 REVIEWER on 27 July 2014
Format: DVD
Percy Jackson (Lerman) must go on a quest to retrieve the Golden Fleece from the Sea Of Monsters, in order to rejuvenate the protective barrier that keeps his home safe. However he is not the only one after it's restorative properties, as Luke (Abel) want's to use it to raise an ancient evil & punish their fathers. Can Percy get over his doubts about himself & save the day ?

Overall , Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters as a piece of entertainment is a pretty average effort. The lore is presented in an interesting manner, and they do try to maintain the pace of the film with some exciting meetings of bizarre characters along the way with some neat CGI, but even they soon lose they're luster with some tired jokes. As a result the journey feels a little stretched & all over the place as they cram the best noteworthy action scenes near the end that at least make it somewhat worth sitting through the previous meandering. The quest & prophecy seemed all too familiar & hard to get excited about. Much like the new characters who are a bit cliche with predictable learning curves , such as the cocky Clarisse & Percy's new Cyclops half brother Tyson, whose lacks confidence & self worth.

The acting was reasonably good, Logan Lerman as the unsure in his abilities Percy Jackson & Leven Rambin as the competitive Clarisse were very convincing in contrasting roles. Alexandra Daddario as Annabeth & Brandon T. Jackson as faithful sidekick Grover chipped in well. Baddie Jake Abel as Luke, wasn't all that memorable due to Clarisse's character being more stand out worthy & easy to root against. Anthony Head replacing Pierce Brosnan did break the continuity from the first film, replacing him made things harder to understand as someone who hasn't read the books or watched them in close succession.
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Format: DVD
This is a story about special children growing up with absentee fathers who attempt to win their children's love with gifts while being worshiped as gods. In this installment Percy (Logan Lerman) and his friends go after an old sheep skin in order to save a tree. Meanwhile, bad guy Luke (Jake Abel) wants the fleece so he can revive his ancestor, Cronus known for eating his own young. Guess how that works out.

The film opens with a slight monologue to reintroduce the characters. Like the Potter series, the main character's acting in the low point. This film also has that hidden world within our own world aspect. The scenes boasts wonderful special effects. The individual scenes are more overpowering than the general plot designed to appeal to the pop culture youth. Leven Rambin was made up to look like Jennifer Lawrence running around with a bow. One can't help but draw to mind the block buster films of "Hunger Games" and "Potter."

This series seems designed for those slightly younger than the Potter crowd. The characters and plot lack the complexity and certainly less occult darkness.

A great film for the family to see, especially the older kids who aren't prone to nightmares. Contains a family message as Percy must learn to live with a half brother who is a cyclops.
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
A very good and exciting movie, although I am a 74 year pensioner, I still enjoy watching new and modern DVDs.
L.F.Ellis
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Format: Blu-ray
I just watched this for the first time yesterday. I am a major fan of the books and looked forward to seeing this film.

I generally dont expect too much when watching movie/tv adaptations of books I love and look at them separately.

I was very confused by the all the mashup of the storylines from the book series- I didnt know if they were trying to show book 2 or 5!!!

They missed a trick by not showing what happens when Percy and Annabeth meet Circe! I love that bit of the book!

And yes- The actors were too old!!!

I guess this would be a really great film if I wasnt such a huge fan of the books, but I just found it very.dizzying!!!

I recommend the book fans to keep an open mind and be prepared to be confused!
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Having been schooled in Greek Mythology I saw quite a lot of this coming but it was still entertaining none the less. I watched this directly after watching the first Percy Jackson film and they flowed into one an other very well. It has a host of great well known actors and some excellent young ones. Both films seen with a book on Greek Mythology would make an entertaining bank holiday weekend for the younger and older people in your home.
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