Clash of the Titans User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.36

Current Rating: 3.36

based on 1078 votes and 234 reviews

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  • Why was Ursula Andress even in this? She has no dialogue and just stands around on Mt. Olympus.
  • 2 stars stupid and awful
  • 2 stars Mildly entertaining. I saw the original back in the 80's and this was somewhat better. Special Effects were better, but the story and the acting was equally as bad.
  • 2 stars what a waste of time!!
  • 5 stars Acting was A+, Casting A+, Special Effects A++. Great Love Story. This movie brings out the whole spectrum of emotions that make a good story.
  • 5 stars I got this film for my birthday last week its an awsome kick ass movie
  • 3 stars Average action movie. Classic story, of course. However, the character development never seems to happen and you never feel any attachment to any of the characters. Special effects are excellent, though, and that seems to be the best part about the movie. Parts of the movie seem to have that old-school feel.
  • 3 stars Okay action movie. Very weak character development and apart from the fight scenes, Sam Worthington comes across rather blah. Rather mixed up in the mythology aspect--lot of focus on Zeus and Hades but Poseidon was just mentioned no sight of him in the movie.
  • 5 stars I Really Liked this movie
  • 3 stars I saw the original movie and I thought it was classic. This remake changed the feel and the story to a point that it seemed just like every other Hollywood movie out there. They used the special effects to dazzle and distract but there was no real dialogue and the storyline was a bit convuluted.

Clash of the Titans

Genre:  Action/Adventure
Running Time:  106 min.
Release Date: April 2, 2010
DVD: July 27, 2010

Current rating: Rating: 3.36
based on 1078 votes and 234 reviews
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Cast: Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Mads Mikkelsen, Jason Flemyng, Danny Huston, Alexa Davalos, Pete Postlethwaite