My boyfriend and I watched "Clash of the Titans," last Sunday.
I was hesitant at first to see this movie because I've skimmed through an review about it in a newspaper saying that it's a boring movie. It's just too bad that I was not able to thoroughly read it to know the basis why the author of the article found "Clash of the Titans," unexciting. The author said that the Clash of the Titans movie released in 1981 was better than this 2010's version.
With the not so good review about the movie, I watched it with little expectations. I was surprised however to find out how entertaining it was. I actually enjoyed watching it. Boyfriend even said that he liked this better than "Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief," because he does not like the modern day setting of a greek myth in Percy Jackson.
And just like " Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief," I find myself being reacquianted with my lessons on greek mythology when I was in highschool. Watching "Clash of the Titans," revived my interest in greek mythology.
This movie which is loosely based on a greek myth about Perseus stars Sam Worthington and the movie was directed by Louis Leterrier.