Wrath of the Titans
This is part two. Sam Worthington again plays Perseus, who is the demi-god son of Zeus, who’s played by Liam Neeson. Hades, who’s Liam’s brother, played by Ralph Fiennes, is obviously god of the underworld, and we’re 10 years past the big battle with the Kraken. A struggle for supremacy has been raging between the gods that will come to threaten his idyllic life. I liked the first one, because I like Greek mythology, but it was kind of cheesy fun. With this one, the special effects are better, the story’s better, the plot’s better. This one’s really great, it’s in 3D, and if you like Greek mythology, which I happen to, and the idea of people have to believe in the gods, it’s kind of gods as Tinkerbell – if you don’t believe, they don’t exist, it’s great fun. I really like this movie, I thought the special effects were fun; you even get to see Pegasus, the flying horse. I just thought the whole thing was really much better than the first one. I give it three and a half stars.