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Wrath of the Titans.

Watched Wrath of the Titans at the movie theater this evening. It had nice special effects, and was in 3 D. It has to do with Perseus, the son of Zeus, having to step up to the plate and be the hero. But, he likes his human life and thinks the Gods cause allot of problems.

I cannot go into great detail of this film. I find if you do explain out a little bit about it, then you will get the story plot to easily. The main thing to know, is that Perseus and the son of Poseidons, with a beautiful queen, go to save a God that is captured, by Hades and Ares. Impeding doom will happen if they cannot stop the plan to zap the Gods Power, which is being drained to Kronos. Kronos is going to destroy the world.

Been there, and done that. Seen these kind of movies, a thousand times. I have to give it a 3 on 5, and nearly a 2 on 5 for being redundant.  That is all I can say.

Have a great night, till next film...


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