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Old 11-11-2009, 02:31 AM  
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Old 04-02-2010, 11:51 PM   #46
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Clash of the Titans doesn't have alot to give the audience, but its entertaining if you like giant scorpions, Medusa, Liam Neeson, Liam Neeson releasing his Krakken (get your mind out of the gutter), and Sam Worthington after he transferred his emotions and acting ability into his Avatar. Good music and special effects though, just don't expect much after that. I know I spelled Neeson wrong three times but he helped to steal 20 bucks from me tonight so I think its a just misspelling.
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Old 04-02-2010, 11:56 PM   #47
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i never understood the whole sam worthington thing anyways
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Old 04-03-2010, 12:11 AM   #48
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i never understood the whole sam worthington thing anyways
He tries to do his best clint eastwood dirty harry impersenation the entire film, low volume, gritty, it gets tiresome after the first thirty minutes, what little lines he does have in that time.
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Old 04-03-2010, 12:34 AM   #49
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This movie sucked big time for me.

WTF was with making Hades a bad guy? Why the hell was Andromeda not the love interest of Perseus? This remake has so many wtf's I couldn't keep up.

It just seems like they tried to "christianize" greek myths by making Hades a bad guy.
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Old 04-03-2010, 04:47 AM   #50
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just another good movie ruined by idiots
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Old 04-03-2010, 11:27 AM   #51
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Put me in the "idiots who should have listened and not seen this in 3D" crowd. Oy.
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Old 04-03-2010, 12:20 PM   #52
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Put me in the "idiots who should have listened and not seen this in 3D" crowd. Oy.
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This movie cost me 60 bucks altogether after paying for the son and his friend and their food...not the best...way different from the original (which I loved)...but still entertaining.
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Old 04-03-2010, 02:37 PM   #54
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This movie cost me 60 bucks altogether after paying for the son and his friend and their food.
Wow, thats insane. One of the main reasons i think the 3D craze will die off.
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Sucked balls.

Mildly entertaining though, and definitely amusing as hell.

I literally LOL'd when Perseus
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Just stupid as hell, but funny. Might as well have yelled GIVE MY REGARDS TO KING TUT, ASSHOLE! Or even better, Yippee Ki-Ay, mother****er! Hell, he might as well have been He-Man. I HAVE THE POWERRRRRRRRRR!



Dumb stuff:

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Why the **** did we need that in this movie? Waste of money.

The Jin. Every other shot of the guy he was growling ominously. Retarded, but funny.

Pegasus. Honestly, I can deal with
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, even though it was another indication that some producer decided WE NEED TO MAKE THIS MORE BADASS! But
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just rips all the mythical qualities out of it. He just
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Medusa. OK, honestly, the action in the scene was pretty cool. But Ms. Gorgon herself? Utter shit. CGI wasn't that great, especially when they showed her face. There was no sense of dread when she was stalking Perseus. The original pulled it off a lot better and honestly, Ray Harryhausen did a much better job of creating a creepy, I'm-in-the-dark-and-I-can-kill-you-at-any-second Medusa. Here we get
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Final battle.
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The whole problem with the movie is they tried to make it "cool" and "hip" and "IN YOUR FACE!" Why did we need to see
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Oh, because it was cool. Why did we need to see
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Cool as ****, bro. Why is Zeus wearing gleaming armor when he has no one to fight? Bling bling, mother****s! Hey, can we throw in a few more bullet-time shots? Slow-mo is COOL AS SHIT!


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Bro, that line is so badass. Persus is one mean bastard! Fetch him his sword, it's the one that says Bad Mother ****er on it.

Dumb, dumb, dumb.

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BY ZEUS! THE VERSION OF CLASH OF THE TITANS YOU DIDN'T SEE
By Devin Faraci

It's obvious that Clash of the Titans isn't the movie it's supposed to be. Watching the film - 2D or 3D - reveals a movie that's internally inconsistent and that bears all the hallmarks of something that's been tampered with and changed at the last minute. Trying to figure out what happened and to discover what the other Clash of the Titans could have been, I began doing some research and investigation.

Probably the most interesting thing I learned is that there's a significantly different cut of the film in the vault. Louis Leterrier's original version of Clash of the Titans differs from what's playing in theaters in some fairly major ways, and while some of it could be restored for the DVD release, much of it would need extra FX work and would drastically change the plot of the film. Unlike last summer's Terminator Salvation, which got messed around with in the script stage and on set, Clash of the Titans was largely changed after principal photography through editing and some widely reported reshoots - all of which included Leterrier.

It should go without saying that this article will contain spoilers for Clash of the Titans, so if you haven't seen the movie please stop reading now.

The most drastic changes in the film come at the expense of the gods. Many watching the movie wonder why Danny Huston would have been hired to play Poseidon when he has almost absolutely nothing to do in the film; the answer is that nearly two thirds of the business with the gods was edited out of the film, and the very tenor of the god scenes was changed in fundamental ways.

In the original version of Clash, Zeus is the bad guy. He's a god who has sort of lost it, and it's unmistakably his fault that the humans have turned against the Olympians. The rest of the gods play a significant role in events, especially Apollo and Athena, who barely appear in the theatrical cut of the film. The younger generation of gods are afraid, realizing that Zeus' mismanagement has led them to a serious crossroads in their history, and that if they don't take action, they'll lose all their power.

Meanwhile, the very nature of Perseus' quest is quite different in the original version. As I mentioned in my review, my visit to the set of the film had revealed that Gemma Arterton considered the relationship between her character Io and Perseus as a brother/sister one; the finished film isn't quite so fraternal, with the two having a romantic connection. But Arterton was speaking before the reshoots that redefined the relationship.

In the original version Perseus was in fact romantically drawn to Andromeda, giving Alexa Davalos much more to do. But there was more to it all than that; while falling for Andromeda gave Perseus a better reason to go questing in the first cut (as you'll recall the finished film has him hitting the road only to get vengeance on Hades, a concept that was added in reshoots), it also gave the script a chance to lay out some of the film's basic thematic points. Perseus felt that it was important to save Andromeda not just because of how he felt about her but because he believed no humans should be sacrificed to placate the gods. To Perseus the quest was not just to save the woman he loved but was also a way to prove a fundamental belief - that humans were just as, if not more, important than the gods. To Perseus sacrificing anyone to the gods was the act of a subservient people who were in bondage, and that humans should break free of that bondage. There are elements of this secular humanist viewpoint in the finished film, but this was a much bigger, more important aspect in the original.

There's more. In the film Zeus has a mysterious and unexplainable change of heart about Perseus, his bastard son. While Perseus is on a quest to destroy the gods Zeus shows up and helps him out, which doesn't quite make sense. In the original script (and the original cut) it wasn't Zeus who showed up to give Perseus the coin he needed to cross the River Styx - it was Apollo. Apollo, Perseus' half-brother, takes it upon himself to help the demigod out because he understands that Hades is playing Zeus and that all of the Olympians are heading for a big fall. The god of the underworld would be happy to see the rest of the pantheon destroyed. Apollo and Athena essentially betray the other Olympians to give a boost to Perseus, thinking that he could be the one to shake things up enough to allow a change in Olympus. There's a layer of palace intrigue here, with the gods planning and plotting against each other. The exclusion of all of this meant that the coin scene needed to be reshot, with Zeus getting most of Apollo's dialog; more than that it meant that much of the layered, almost Claudian drama in the script was completely discarded.

These changes are, technically, minor - but they add up in a big way. The theatrical cut of the movie repositions Zeus from a more villainous character to a bumbling but sympathetic distant dad. Yeah, maybe he raped Perseus' mom, but he's not that bad a guy, and he's there for his son in the end. By making some judicious cuts and reshooting only a few scenes, the current cut of Clash betrays the spirit of the shooting script.

All of those changes to theme and to the central concept of the gods necessitated a change in the ending. The final scene of the theatrical cut is, frankly, disastrous - not only is Perseus suddenly best buddies with Zeus, but Io, who had previously called eternal life a curse, is resurrected in what we're supposed to accept as a happy ending. None of this could be farther from the ending of the original script and, presumably, Leterrier's first cut of the film.

To start off - there's no defeat of Hades in the original script. While Hades is a villainous story motivator, he's not the Big Bad of the tale, so Perseus is only dealing with the Kraken in the finale. Perseus' victory, along with Apollo and Athena's help, reveals Hades as a manipulator and the gods are able to crack down on him. This is a huge improvement simply because Perseus casting Hades back to the underworld is so unsatisfying in the theatrical cut; it's not a real victory of any sort, since Perseus' quest in the film was to kill Hades and he doesn't really do that.

Beyond that, Perseus goes to Olympus at the end of the original script. Zeus thinks that Perseus has come to finally take his place in the pantheon, but the reality is that Perseus throws the magic sword at Zeus' feet and tells the god that while he may be Perseus' genetic father, his real father is a dead fisherman. All throughout the original version of the film Io had been warning Perseus that the gods would corrupt him by offering him everything he ever wanted; in the finished film our hero is corrupted by Zeus, but in the original version Perseus remains his own man. He puts Zeus on notice.

There are other, smaller changes from the shooting script, many of which flesh out the group who travel with Perseus on his quest. The original script reads more like a men on a mission movie, with each character having their own moments. There's a terrible logic in these scenes being cut for story economy, but the rest of the changes baffle. Some make the movie internally inconsistent, while many others rob the film of its thematic resonance and meaning. Changing Perseus' motivation, softening the edges of Zeus, cutting the other gods from the story (including completely chopping Athena, who has two major scenes in the original script), and screwing with the ending all add up to a film that doesn't quite work and that feels tinkered with. I don't think it takes insider knowledge to watch Clash of the Titans and see that it's covered in fingerprints.

But whose fingerprints? It's hard to say from this vantage point. I haven't seen the original cut that Leterrier delivered, so I don't know why the Andromeda/Perseus love story was excised in favor of a Perseus/Io love story, although I suspect it's because Io is more present throughout the story. My suspicion is that the changes were made in an effort to give the film a broader playability - and to some extent the box office numbers prove that the changes certainly didn't hurt the movie's business.

What now? Some script changes were made on set, so some scenes never got shot, but there is a ton of footage of the gods that exists. Could there be a director's cut of the movie one day released? There are two major obstacles to that at the moment: first of all, all of the god scenes presumably need FX work (all of the Olympus scenes have a processed, fantastical look, and the floor of Olympus is a very cool birds-eye view of Greece, which I'm assuming is CGI). But more sticky is the fact that this cut would be a movie that has a completely different throughline and ending. With Clash performing as it is it's not unlikely that a sequel could be greenlit, so would Warner Bros want to put out a version of the movie that completely contradicts whatever will come next for the franchise?

I wish they would. There's stuff in Clash of the Titans that works - lots of fun moments and action set pieces that thrill. But there are other things that simply don't. The shooting script presents an intriguing alternate version of the film, one with more humor and characterization and one with much more intriguing philosophical stakes. The ending of the original sets up fascinating avenues for a sequel, and feels like the beginning of the next step in Perseus' journey to free humanity from the yoke of godly oppression. Instead we ended up with a movie where our hero sells out to the man.
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The working title of the film is Wrath of the Titans.[46]

This has since been confirmed by Liam Neeson who will reprise the role of Zeus in the film.[47]

In March 2010, it has been stated that a trilogy has already been written. Director Louis Leterrier will not come back to direct, but will be an executive producer on the second installment.[48][49] A tentative title for the sequel, given at the Clash of the Titans World Premiere is Return of the Gods.[50]

[51] Warner Bros. Pictures confirmed David Leslie Johnson and Dan Mazeau as the writers for the project.[52] Jonathan Liebesman has been confirmed to direct the sequel.[53]

The sequel will be shot in 3D, because of negative reception received by the first film's post-conversion to 3D.

Sam Worthington, Gemma Arterton, Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson are signed up for the sequel. [54]

Toby Kebbell has signed on to play Agenor, the son of Poseidon. Meanwhile, Edgar Ramirez is in talks for the role of Ares, the god of war. Also it has been reported Bill Nighy has been courted for the role of Hephaestus. Also in the mix was Hayley Atwell, who was on the shortlist of actors in consideration for the role of Andromeda, replacing Alexa Davalos for reasons currently unknown.[55] Rosamund Pike has since been in talks to take on the role.[56]

Shooting is scheduled to start in March 2011.[57] The film is scheduled to be released on March 30, 2012.[58
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