- Product Dimensions: 0.3 x 3 x 1.8 inches ; 99.8 g
- Shipping Weight: 81.6 g
- Item model number: 2724564411055
- ASIN: B004EEO7JS
- Date first available at amazon.ae: March 12, 2019
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Clash Of The Titans (Blu-Ray ) 2010
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Greek mythology is very exciting, action-packed, and suspenseful all on its own. I have no idea why they chose to monkey with it.
Perhaps they planned a third one set in Troy but Troy was in Kansas and ruled by orcs.
What was the real reason for Perseus taking on the quest? He did not know the princess? He had no real connection with the people of Argos? To think he could get some real revenge over Hades who sweeps into the palace in a black cloud with fire, and all the soldiers are sucked into the black storm & fire onto their death. Hades touches the queen's face and she turns into an old women and dies on the floor next to the king . Hades demands that the princess be sacrificed to the Kraken within 10 days, at which point (after Hades reveals who Perseus really is) Perseus and a group of soldiers take off on the quest to cut off Medusa's head so that the Kraken can be turned to stone. Yada, yada, yada, yada.
I decided to purchase the DVD to give it another try. Now I have both Clash & Wrath. Even watching both of these movies together, I find I am still wrestling with plausibility issues.
Moreover, the makers of this movie did nothing to tell even a bare bones story. There is no reason in this movie for Perseus to rescue Andromeda, or to risk his life for the city---he is a stranger to the princess, and the people of the city have not exactly been friendly to him. He is imprisoned, tortured and then forced into taking on the quest. He should have taken off the first chance he got. The idea that he has some vague idea of getting back at the gods is not sufficient.
This movie is worth watching, with fantastic special effects, but I would have loved to see how much better it could have been with bright colors, more light and a better story.