Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.11

Current Rating: 4.11

based on 114 votes and 39 reviews

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  • 5 stars Little off from the books but great movie.
  • 1 stars Can't believe Jackson went from Lord of the Rings to this. :(
  • 3 stars Decent visuals and good performances. It would have been great to see the Olympus Gods.
  • 3 stars The movie as always does not do the books justice. The story is great as well as the visuals. However, it is obviously directed at teenagers in its script. It is an enjoyable film to relax to if you've got time to kill.
  • 5 stars This long awaited film is a great , much better than the first one. The special effects are better. It is different from the book, but it still works out perfectly and can still be understand by those who have not read the book. There is enough action to keep the viewers into the film. the ending makes you want to see what else will happen to the characters, I have to say when the next film comes out I will go see it as soon as I can.
  • 5 stars The movie was amazing and follows the book really well. went to see it once with my wife then a week later took my kids to see it.
  • 4 stars very well done sequel
  • 4 stars Great for the kids!
  • Found it to be boring, immature and it strayed from the book a little too much with small detail, it was very disappointing in comparison to the first one which they did a great job on.
  • 3 stars Adult show, little boring but if you take the kids.....they loved it. Very exciting for the kids.

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

Genre:  Action/Adventure , Drama , Sci-Fi/Fantasy | Running Time:  106 min.
Release date:  August 7, 2013 | On DVD/VOD:  December 17, 2013

Current rating: Rating: 4.11
based on 114 votes and 39 reviews
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Cast: Logan Lerman, Brandon T. Jackson, Alexandra Daddario, Jake Abel, Douglas Smith, Stanley Tucci, Nathan Fillion, Sean Bean