Clash of the Titans

Clash of the Titans

Born of a god but raised as a man, Perseus is helpless to save his family from Hades, 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 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.

Demigod Perseus, mortal son of Zeus, battles the minions of the underworld to stop them from conquering heaven and earth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Clash of the Titans torrent reviews

Sam S (gb) wrote: I would love to tell you that this is an amazing gore-fest featuring non-stop werewolves, but there's actually just a ton of not-werewolves standing around talking to other not-werewolves. :( The cgi on the human-to-wolf transformations is good though. And the scenes actually featuring carnage are pretty epic. However, most of the movie focuses on pudgy dad-aged men doing an unconvincing job of impersonating military personnel. (I mean, I was expecting it to be mindless and goofy, but I thought there'd be more action.)

S S (ag) wrote: I can't think of a single person I would recommend this movie to...but I know I needed it.

Faya M (ca) wrote: not so good......but awesome cinematography.........!!!!

BJ P (br) wrote: Richard...wy dnt u change for 20yrs more..!?

Marc D (gb) wrote: The beginning of the movie gives some basic insights of how 'it' works. The end is more interesting ... I hated the low budget scenes (fake cnn, Hi8 effects, etc)

Jairo A (it) wrote: Pros: Jason X has a cool concept, not the same repetitive concept in some of the previous films. The kills are pretty cool and that machine that repairs body tissue is AWESOME! Where do I buy one of those? Take my money now!!!Cons: Some people may not like the whole space setting of the film (though I do). The actors delivered some really bad lines at times...may not have been their fault but these lines were weird/out of place. In fact, the weak dialogue in some parts of the movie is preventing me from rating it a little higher. Final Grade: 6/10 OR 3/5

Peter C (ag) wrote: uuuhhhmmm... timetravel. Watch it only when you're in a B-movie mode.But great fun

aaron w (kr) wrote: the most overrated movie of all time. the critics got it right. and this beat Pulp Fiction!!!!

Lee M (fr) wrote: It is powerful, genuinely shocking and rather amazing. Wake in Fright is essential viewing for anyone interested in the roots of male violence.

Jamie C (es) wrote: Stallone is back on his own this time and it's very good, The plot is old but it's very well done, A little dark in places but Stallones don't give a fuck humour makes up for it, Stallone himself is looking great he can't move as good but he pulls it off as he always does, The action is done pretty well, There was allot of bullets to the head as the title gives it away, The kills were done well and quite realistic, Overall it's not as good as The Last Stand because of the action, But definitely worth a watch.

Porshia B (kr) wrote: Rock a bye baby lol favorite part

Bryan K (au) wrote: Though there's some stuff worth laughing at in this one, this sequel captures next to none of what made the original special. Losing Smokey as a character and leaving Craig to be the comedian does not work, with the supporting cast of new characters around Craig less amusing and more absurd. The new neighborhood has none of the grit or charm that LA did in the original, Rather than relying on at least semi-believable episodes for comedy such as the neighbor across the street getting caught in bed with the pastor, there's pink-clad record store owners flashing guns and an uncle's bedroom full The villainous gang of Mexican thugs are poor substitutes for Deebo, who like the rest of the original cast that found themselves in the sequel confined to their own solitary roles riding in the back of a dogcatcher truck. Shouldn't have made this one.

Jerry S (kr) wrote: Nice. What else can I say... nothing else.

Stuart K (es) wrote: This is what sprung Hammer to prominence, they bought the rights to do this big screen adaptation of the 1953 serial broadcast on the BBC. It shocked viewers, but when Hammer got the rights they wanted to show more than what the BBC version would allow. It's still effective all these years later, and it was the template for the Hammer Horrors that were to come. A manned rocket, which was developed by Professor Bernard Quatermass (Brian Donlevy), crashes in the English countryside, the only survivor is Victor Carroon (Richard Wordsworth), who is shellshocked and battered. He's taken to hospital, but it's not long before he undergoes a horrific transformation, murdering some of the hospital staff and escaping into London. Quatermass and Inspector Lomax (Jack Warner) go on a hunt to find Carroon before he does more damage. But not before they discover what happened on the rocket, where the other two crew members seemingly vanished. But, Carroon's transformation doesn't stop and he transforms into something hideous. It's a brilliantly suspenseful chiller, and a forerunner of what was to come with The Fly (1986). Director Val Guest does well with the material, and he seemed able to turn his hand to anything, and he gets good performances from his cast here. Hammer wanted more, and they got it.

Marisa C (ca) wrote: Don't remember it very well