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Wrath of the Titans 2012 Subtitles

Perseus embarks on a treacherous quest into the underworld to rescue Zeus, who has been targeted for capture by his traitorous son, Ares, and his brother, Hades.

Starring:
Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson
Runtime:
1 hour, 35 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Action & Adventure
Director Jonathan Liebesman
Starring Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson
Supporting actors Ralph Fiennes, Édgar Ramírez, Toby Kebbell, Rosamund Pike, Bill Nighy, Danny Huston, John Bell, Lily James, Alejandro Naranjo, Freddy Drabble, Kathryn Carpenter, Matt Milne, Kett Turton, Sinéad Cusack, Spencer Wilding, Juan Reyes, Jorge Guimerá, Asier Macazaga
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: Blu-ray
'Perseus' (Sam Worthington) ( Half God/ Half Mortal, son of zeus ) has since killing the 'Kraken' 10 years ago chosen to live among mortals bringing up his son 'Helius' (John Bell)
'Zeus' (Liam Neeson) asks for his son's support to fight off the evil threat posed by his other son, the powerful 'Ares' (Edgar Ramires) along with Zeus's Brother 'Hades' (Ralph Fiennes) ( Lord of the Underworld )
'Perseus' is reluctant to help, until, he hears that 'Ares' and 'Hades' have captured his father...........the evil pair intending to drain 'Zeus' of his power to free the 'all powerfull' 'Kronos' from his imprisoned state.
If 'Kronos' is revived, the world would be under threat from his powers.
'Perseus' with the help from 'Agenor' (Toby Kebbell) ( Son of Poseidon ) and warrior princess 'Andromeda' (Rosamund Pike) set out to find their way into the Underworld, however they will need help unlocking the secrets of it's Labyrinth.
A battle awaits them....
Great watch, great visuals, which more than makes up for the weak dialog.............for me---this is why we own 'HD' equipment and 3-D.
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Format: DVD
All hell breaks loose (literally) in this non-mythological based sequel to "Clash of the Titans." This story bridges the time of the gods and legends to the time of men. The gods have been losing their power because people have stopped praying to them. Hades, the god of the underworld (Ralph Fiennes) and Ares, god of war (Édgar Ramírez) join forces to release Kronos from Tartus and destroy the gods. Zeus (Liam Neeson) is taken captive and held prisoner as his power is slowly drained from him.

Perseus, son of Zeus (Sam Worthington) teams up with Queen Andromeda(Rosamund Pike), Hephaestus (Bill Nighy) and Agenor (Toby Kebbell) to enter the ever shifting labyrinth of Tartus and free Zeus. Apparently ordering everyone to pray to Zeus to give him power is no longer an option. Alexa Davalos played the original Andromeda...just pretend you are watching "Bewitched."

The movie gives you a brief intro, but there is no real character build-up with an assumption that you have seen the other film. The action hits the screen from almost the moment the movie starts and continues until it ends. There are a few brief scenes without fighting and killing, but they are designed to set up for the next action scene or action game as the case may be. The special effects were superb. The plot was good in keeping in line with the mythology, however the dialouge could have been better with less phrases designed to be truisms and with more funnier quips. Worthington, still living off his Avatar success, gives us his typical less than stellar performance.

No f-bomb, sex, or nudity. Plenty of killing, monster horror, and violence.
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Format: Blu-ray
Short and sharp, this is an action packed movie that just doesn't give you time to draw breath or blink an eye until somewhere like the 90th minute when Bill Nighy throws a little bit of light-heartedness into the otherwise serious goings-on with what is a fairly easy-to-follow plot which carrys on about 10 years after the previous film left off and has horrible Hades,(played marvellously by Ralph Fiennes)and Ares(Edgar Ramirez) having captured Zeus(Liam Neeson)This results in the hero of the film Perseus having to go to Hell, quite literally, to make his rescue attempt of his father. Of course all the Monsters and Titans including Cyclops,Kronos and Makhai are released onto the World as revenge.The beautiful English Rose, Rosamund Pike plays Andromeda.A good value film!
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
So Perseus is back with a son. Unfortunately his wife, Io, is dead (we are not told how or why but presumably Gemma Arterton was unavailable). Andromeda is back but looking completely different. Zeus, Hades & Poseidon are back as well as is Ares & Pegasus. Basically this film is about father-son relationships, whether they be falling apart or strengthening. There are monsters too.

The storyline of this sequel is far shallower than the first film (not that 'Clash' was particularly deep) and it is far less exciting and at times very slow. The final scenes involving Perseus on Pegasus flying towards Kronos seem to go on for ever. At least one review here mentions historical inaccuracies - just to remind everyone this is a film about gods, mythical monsters & legendary heroes. If you want historical accuracy, don't watch this genre...

I haven't watched the extras yet, but they include deleted scenes.

Overall then, it's okay, but not as good as the first film. If you were lukewarm about Clash of the Titans give this one a miss.
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By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 25 Oct. 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The sequel to Clash Of The Titans [DVD] [2010] arrives on dvd. There is enough exposition in this as to what went before, so those who haven't seen the first film might be able to get into this without any problem.

Years have passed since the end of that story. Perseus has become a father and a widower in quick succession. And grown a bit of hair as well. He's trying to raise his son to follow in his grandfather's footsteps as a fisherman rather than a warrior.

Meantime Princess Andromeda has decided to get tough so that she will never need rescuing again. And is leading an army on a long campaign.

Also, people are turning away from the gods. Their temples are falling into disrepair. But since they depend on worship for their power, some might not want to go down without a fight.

As much he doesn't want to get involved, Perseus might have to get into the middle of things once again. When the future of the world is left hanging in the balance.

There does seem to have been a bit of effort from the film makers to address the criticisms of the first film. Perseus has a bit more character this time around, since he has more to worry about. Sam Worthington does okay with this material but it's nothing to really stretch him.

Rosamund Pike takes over as Andromeda since original actress Alexa Davalos wasn't available. She also does quite well but there's not quite that much to her character either. And the way the character has changed since the first film, plus the change in actress means it never really feels like she's the same character as before.

All those who play the gods are very good, though.
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