#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Born of god but raised by humans, Perseus, the demigod son of mighty Zeus, the king of the gods, vows to take his revenge on Hades, the terrifying ruler of the Underworld, when he sees his mortal family perish. As the race of men summons up the courage to rebel against the gods of Olympus, the doomed city of Argos becomes a battlefield, as Hades threatens to unleash the legendary sea-monster, Kraken, unless the fair Princess Andromeda willingly offers herself as a sacrifice. Now, having nothing more to lose, Perseus embarks on a daring, peril-laden quest to stop the forces of evil before Hades plunges the world into chaos and darkness. But, to survive the relentless onslaught of demons and terrible adversaries, Perseus must first embrace his destiny. Will Perseus defy the gods, and save humankind in the clash of the Titans?
Plot: Born of a god but raised as a man, Perseus is helpless to save his family from Hades, vengeful god of the underworld. With nothing to lose, Perseus volunteers to lead a dangerous mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus and unleash hell on earth. Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts, Perseus and his warriors will only survive if Perseus accepts his power as a god, defies fate and creates his own destiny.
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Occasionally entertaining, yet ultimately hollow
Ah, the pre-summer action movie. Admittedly, due to word of mouth from those who had attended earlier screenings of the film, my expectations for Clash of the Titans were fairly low. On top of that, many of the initial casting choices appeared to be somewhat suspect. So, what’s my verdict? Well, I didn’t hate it
The plot of Titans is extremely straightforward – practically to a fault. Often, the film acts as though it’s in a hurry, attempting to get from one action sequence to the next as quickly as possible. The scenes that occur in between each of these battles ultimately amount to nothing more than brief segments of exposition delivered by Perseus’ “guardian angel” of sorts, Io (Gemma Arterton). So, while the film never really drags, it feels very soulless.
And while we’re on the subject of these action sequences, none of them end up being particularly memorable. About half of them are so frenetic to the point where they’re almost disorienting – honestly, I’m glad that the 3D screenings were sold out this time ’round. On top of that, there’s virtually no character development outside of Worthington’s character (and even he isn’t all that likable), so I never really cared about the outcome of these action sequences either. Also, as I mentioned earlier, my biggest fear with Titans was in regards to the acting, and thankfully, most of the cast do what’s expected of them. Neeson’s Zeus aside, none of the performances truly stand out, but they’re nothing cringe-worthy either.
Ultimately, Clash of the Titans ends up being a forgettable piece of entertainment with a couple of gaping plot holes, hit-or-miss action sequences, and performances that fail to leave much of an impression. It’s not horrible – just hollow.
Clash of the Titans
I watched the original 1980’s version of the Greek based story starring Lord Sir Laurence Olivier, Dame Maggie Smith and Ursula Andress many times when I was a kid, I wasn’t surprised I saw there was a remake coming out, from director Louis Letterier (The Transporter, The Incredible Hulk). Basically Hades (Ralph Fiennes) was tricked into running the Underworld by King of the Gods and his brother Zeus (Liam Neeson), but he is still powerful enough to make demands and get some revenge. On Mount Olympus, he argues that there is some kind of uprising happening, and he needs permission to destroy the Earth city of Argos (not to be confused with British retail stores), and he plans to do this by having the Kraken released. Meanwhile on Earth, fisherman Spyros (Pete Postlethwaite, in one of his final film roles before his tragic death) adopts little Perseus, but he dies from drowning and leaves grown up Perseus (Avatar’s Sam Worthington) to fend for himself. Perseus finds out that he is actually the son of Zeus, who made love to his birth mother on Earth, and he is destined to stop Princess Andromeda (Alexa Davalos) from being sacrificed to the Kraken. The three blind witches, with one crystal eye ball to see, tell him that the only way to kill the giant monster is to use the head of the Gorgon Medusa (Natalia Vodianova). Before Perseus, with fellow warriors Draco (Mads Mikkelsen) and Eusebios (Nicholas Hoult), get to the cave of the evil serpent haired creature, they go against a bunch of giant scorpions sent by one of the servants to Hades, obviously they survive. Of course everyone knows that Medusa can kill anyone that gazes into her eyes by turning them into stone, so no-one has come out of her cave alive, most of the men die, but Perseus manages to take her head off. In the end, the people of Argos look like they are giving in and sacrificing Princess Andromeda to the Kraken, but Perseus uses the Gorgon’s head to turn it to stone, and manages to get rid of Hades as well. Also starring Quantum of Solace’s Gemma Arterton as Io, Danny Huston as Poseidon and Jason Flemyng as Acrisius. The original used mostly stop-motion animation to create the Greek monsters that have become legendary, this remake is more advanced with CGI special effects, the story is pretty much the same, with only one or two small differences and maybe a reference to the original (the mechanical owl), it is not a bad fantasy action adventure. Okay!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 46 min (106 min)
Genre Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Director Louis Leterrier
Writer Travis Beacham, Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi
Actors Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes
Country United States, United Kingdom, Australia
Awards 4 wins & 14 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, DTS, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Arriflex 435, Panavision Primo and G-Series Lenses, Panavision Panaflex Millennium XL2, Panavision Primo and G-Series Lenses
Laboratory Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints), Technicolor, London, UK
Film Length 2,800 m (Portugal, 35 mm), 2,891 m (Sweden)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision2 50D 5201, Vision2 250D 5205, Vision3 500T 5219, Fuji Eterna 250D 8563, Eterna 500T 8573)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Panavision (anamorphic) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (also Technicolor 3D) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema (also 3-D version)