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Genre: Fantasy/Action
Starring: Sam Worthington, Gemma Arterton, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Alexa Davalos, Danny Huston, Jason Flemyng, Nicholas Hoult, Izabella Miko, Mads Mikkelsen, Pete Postlethwaite
Director: Louis Leterrier
Rating: PG (Some Violence)
Year Made: 2010



- Movie

- Additional Scenes
- Sam Worthington: An Action Hero For The Ages Profile
- Clash Of The Titans: International TV Special
- Focus Points


Languages: English/Thai
Subtitles: English/Chinese/
Bahasa Indonesia/Korean/Thai/
Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1
Running Time: 1 hr 46 mins
Region Code: 3
Distributor: Alliance Entertainment




In Clash of the Titans, the ultimate struggle for power pits men against kings and kings against gods. But the war between the gods themselves could destroy the world. Born of a god but raised as a man, Perseus (Sam Worthington) is helpless to save his family from Hades (Ralph Fiennes), vengeful god of the underworld. With nothing to lose, Perseus volunteers to lead a dangerous mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus (Liam Neeson) and unleash hell on earth. Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts, Perseus and his warriors will only survive if Perseus accepts his power as a god, defies fate and creates his own destiny.


Despite atrocious reviews and a huge uproar over the lackluster 3D conversion, Warner Bros has given the greenlit to the sequel to "Clash of the Titans". The apparent reason being it has grossed over US$491 million in the box-office.

Stripped off the myths of Gods and Demi-Gods, "Clash of the Titans" is just a simple tale of an estranged son coming to terms with his father. Rising star Sam Worthington plays the son, Perseus, a young man bent on seeking revenge on Hades (Ralph Fiennes) that killed his adopted family. As fate has it, Perseus is actually a Demigod, son of Zeus (Liam Neeson), the Almighty creator of mankind. Joined by a group of brave warriors from the Greek city of Argos and a beautiful immortal Io (Gemma Arterton), Perseus must stop Hades from unleashing hell on the city and also saved Princess Andromeda (Alexa Davalos) from being sacrificed.

French director Louis Leterrier (The Incredible Hulk) known for staging cinematic mayhem assembled a cast that is definitely worthy of a single viewing despite the less than whelming plotlines, half-assed characters development and a massive monster that sounds scarier to be heard than seen towards the end. Leterrier did such a competent job helming energetic action sequences one after another that he forgot entirely about the various mighty Gods he established in the beginning. Reuniting for the second time after their acclaimed performances in "Schindler’s List", Neeson is underutilized as Zeus, the brainwashed sibling of Hades while Fiennes contributed yet another imposing performance as the evil Hades. He is Lord Voldemort after all. Danish actor and Bond alumni, Mads Mikkelsen are charismatic as the leader of the legion, Draco. Gemma Arterton on the other hand is gorgeously cast as the immortal Io.

In yet another sullen role in his smooth-sailing Hollywood career, Worthington embodies the role of Perseus with great angst but pity the role is written purely to showcase the man in action rather than one who deserved much empathy from the audience.

The selling point in this remake of the original 1981 "Clash of the Titans" definitely belongs to the believable creature effects and set designs which explained why Titans is such a success worldwide. The CG gigantic scorpions, the menacing Medusa modeled after a real-life supermodel, the Stygian Witches and beautifully enhanced Pegasus are some of the updated mythical creatures made for the audience of today’s generation. Ray Harryhausen's creations in the original might be iconic but comes pale in comparison given the advancement in technology.

Flashing more style than substance, this loud mythical romp is an effective CG action epic but moderately incompetent to be determined as a classic due to its half-heartened plotting.


There are at least 18 minutes of Additional Scenes, many of them feature stiff, cheesy dialogues between the Gods.

Sam Worthington: An Action Hero For The Ages Profile – This rising star from Australia has starred in three blockbusters in a row including Clash and has somewhat cement his status as the go-to action star in Hollywood. This feature focuses on his guts to perform all the stunts by himself in the movie.

Focus Points – A selection of production features that can be view separately or as a 35 minutes special. It readily covers cast interviews, costumes, visual effects, location shooting and stunts.

Clash Of The Titans: International TV Special – A 20 minutes making of special that covers behind-the-scene footages and materials that were previously found in Focus Points.


The Dolby Digital 5.1 surround soundtrack is impressive and will have you in awe with its strong active presentation especially during the scorpion attack sequence and mass destruction caused by the Kraken. The visual overall is lush and and hardly distracting as compare to the theatrical 3D conversion.



Review by Linus Tee

Posted on 7 September 2010


. Clash Of The Titans (Movie Review)

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