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'THE 'QUEST' TO FIND THE ''GOLDEN-FLEECE'',
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This review is from: Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
Welcome back to 'Camp Half-Blood' where the young Olypians and Demigods
remain safe to be trained to fulfil their potential and destiny.
Except the tree the 'Gods' gifted to the camp in memory of 'Thallia' who
had sacrificed her own life to save three friends, has been poisoned.
A quest has been given to 'Luke' and 'Clarisse' to recover the long lost
'Percy Jackson' son of 'Poseidon' believes a prophecy dictates that the
task should have been his, and that he was the only Olympian that could
complete such a task......his destiny.
Though others had been assigned the task, 'Percy' along withy his newly
found half-brother 'Cyclops' 'Tyson' and friends 'Annabeth' and 'Grover'
take up the challenge to help find the fleece that is believed will cure
the tree and maintain the camps very existence.
However fellow 'Olympian' 'Luke' has changed sides planning to resurrect
the evil 'Cronus'
The journey to the 'Sea of Monsters' (we know as the Bermuda Triangle)
to recover the fleece has begun.....
A film full of dazzling special effects is a family friendly fantasy
adventure.....superb 3-D material.....also great on the 2-D disc with
good quality picture and sound quality.
The additional features on board include...'Tyson motion Comic' learning of
how 'Percy's' half brother came to the camp, and more.....also 'Deconstructing
a demigod'........'Back to Camp Half Blood' ....and 'Its all in the Eye'
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Initial post: 15 Jan 2014 17:00:29 GMT
This has been labelled poor fan's Harry Potter but i think theres enjoyment to be had in these movies & enjoyed watching them with my Niece who conned me into buying her this as a treat.
Great synopsis or a good entertaining movie.
In reply to an earlier post on 15 Jan 2014 17:21:58 GMT
Thanks for your comments.
The film is suitable as family friendly entertainment, as you hinted at.
In truth....pure escapism.
(surely you didn't begrudge buying it for your niece, of course not)
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