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Clash of the Titans


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  • Actors: Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Jason Flemyng, Gemma Arterton
  • Language: English, Spanish, French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002ZG9788
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #85,054 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By bernie TOP 100 REVIEWER on July 23 2010
Format: Blu-ray
Perseus (Sam Worthington) picked up from the sea by a fisherman, has no idea where he came from or where he is going. He just has distaste for gods, especially one that dispatch his adopted family. Now he is out to even the playing field and put Hades (Ralph Fiennes) down, way down. He has many assistants as Io (Gemma Arterton) and many adventures in the process. Three witches keep an eye on him. Someone may lose his or her head and there is more than one bad person. Will Perseus take Hades (Ralph Fiennes) down a peg or is Perseus doomed. In any event, he must get Kraken.

This presentation shows that CGI and 3D do not a film make. It helps to have dialog, pacing and a little better knowledge of antiquity. As far as CGI is considered, some things can look scary and others like cartoons. This film falls somewhere in the middle but not as bad as it could have been. They only used what was needed to tell their story in today's action packed terms. I saw this movie in the theater for the 3D experience. I wanted to see if it was an improvement over the red and green or red and blue glasses.
So far, I will hold judgment. Some 3D can be eye popping and make you duck as it is coming at you. In the case of this movie, it was more like looking through a stereoscope or View Master. The third dimension was behind the front plate. Combining the CGI fast action with the 3D technology created a hairy mess and you had to wait until it was over to guess what happened. In any event, I now have a new set of glasses to add to my collection.

I am slightly prejudice because I saw the original Clash and know what the movie could have been. However, it was not as bad as it could have been and has all the earmarks of a Hallmark special. The original film took a few liberties with the story but this version was out of the ballpark. See it once to help appreciate the original.
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3D version is surprisingly good - little to no ghosting/crosstalk (Sony 3D LED HDTV).

However, Warner Brothers and/or whoever was responsible for packaging this release could have done a much better job with it, as the labeling quality of one of the two included discs (one 2D and one 3D Blu-ray) was completely monochrome, with a low DPI. Not cool, but if you don't mind that sort of thing, then please disregard my quip.

If you like Greek Mythology, and this item is on sale, then it's definitely recommended, especially if you'd like to see the likes of Medusa in 3D (an impressive transfer in my opinion - again, little to no crosstalk, and some deep 3D effects all around).
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dewey Finn on July 28 2010
Format: Blu-ray
Perhaps my original review was a tad harsh, so I have re-written much of it.

I saw this movie theatrically in 3D, which was an awful, headache-inducing experience. Lesson learned: Movies filmed in 3D look great. Movies converted to 3D look like there is a fine layer of mud on the screen. Then I saw it on blu, during a movie night where my choice (District 9) was voted down.

At least the 2D blu-ray disc looks better than the 3D. However, that can't save this movie, which is over-reliant on CG creatures and settings; all action, no pacing, no story, no character, no emotion. Let's face it, there was never a legitimate reason to remake Clash of the Titans. There was never anything wrong with the original, except perhaps a lil' too much homage to Star Wars (robotic owls and young men looking to escape the doldrums of their isolated lives).

When this project was first announced, I knew it had the potential to be a disaster. The only thing that could have saved it would have been going deeper back into the original Greek mythology, which the original film used only sparingly. I mean, there was no robotic owl in Greek mythology. But no, this film is even more loosely based on the source material, while continuing to use made-up characters from the original (Calibos), and let's face it...the script sucks. The CG is hit and miss, with some things looking great and others look just awful. The direction leaves something to be desired, and character development isn't even in this movie's vocabulary. It's a shame, because while Sam Worthington does nothing for me, Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes are not too bad. The rest of the performances are like cardboard, with only the odd cameo (Pete Postlethwait's comes to mind) having any sort of spark.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 28 2010
Format: DVD
Despite a promising cast this is little more than a hollow popcorn flick, heavily laden with CGI effects. To me there is nothing more tiresome than the overuse of computer effects, but I know there are plenty of people who could easily have their whole film done in this manner so it's a personal preference. The various creatures are amazing, to be sure. But the plot does little than rush from one battle to the next with little room from any developments. There is little to engage the audience beyond the momentum of getting to the next surge of adrenaline. There is also no room for character development. Pete Postlethwaite was a breath of fresh air, but his appearance was brief. Either way you can decide how to take it. As pure fun, an epic spectacle of man battling gods and monsters. Or if you're feeling more critical and looking for something to engage you, you'll probably see it more as Greek mythology aimed at an increasingly attention deficient audience.
Special note: the only bonus feature on the DVD is deleted scenes
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