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Immortals Synopsis
A stonemason (Henry Cavill) revolts against a bloodthirsty king who seeks dominion over the gods.
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Slant Magazine

Dashing across the screen in all its bloody, gilded glory, the awesome and beautiful Immortals marks an all-win scenario.
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By James Berardinelli
The film is as faithful to Greek mythology as Thor is to tales of the Norse Gods, but it ultimately doesn't matter. Tarsem's goal is to...
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Entertainment Weekly

By Adam Markovitz
What saves Immortals as a moviegoing experience is the exuberant, kid-in-a-candy-store virtuosity of its director, former music-video...
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Rick Groen
Thrills are in short supply, but so are annoyances. This is a maintenance-free ride.
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
A popcorn movie has one goal, and that's to entertain. Immortals meets this criteria handily, and serves as a splendid spectacle besides.
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Despite this new expansion in scale, Immortals lacks the inexorable forward momentum of its role model "300," as well as that movie's...
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New York Post

By Kyle Smith
If it's violence ye seek, and violently confused storytelling, look ye no further.
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USA Today

By Scott Bowles
What undercuts sharper than Poseidon's trident is a script that sees its characters as cardboard, not flesh and blood. For a film meant to...
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Todd McCarthy
Immortals is not only entirely without humor, but is dominated by a lot of huffing and puffing, thunderous self-importance and windy...
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
The Immortals is without doubt the best-looking awful movie you will ever see.
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Pretty but...

By rac00n
Immortals is full of luscious eye candy--the entire cast seems to be perfectly sculpted from marble. The costumes and action sequences are also quite stunning. However, like many of Tarsem's...


By rseitz
First of all, on an entertainment basis, the movie was pretty good. The picture was filmed in a way that made it look really cool, lots of action and blood. So most guys are going to like it. For me,...

Immortals: C-

By MattH306
The action scenes did not make up for the awful script and puzzling storyline....

Great Immortals!

By Mousedancing
Excellent movie! They did a great job with the story and we really liked the way they depicted the gods. Great acting all round, and the fight scenes were awesome!...


By Alon Patterson
Within the domain of fantasy films, this one is destined to be immortal. From the first frame to the last it's so engaging as to be almost hypnotic. This is one of those movies one could see again...

Bloody, Violent, but Very Watchable

By julesk27
I've been into Greek and Roman mythology for a long time. When I heard that the same production team that brought us "300" was releasing "Immortals" I knew I'd be entertained. And I was! I really...

Pretty Great Movie

By theoldbear
It was much better than I expected...The interplay of the gods with the humans was quite interesting, I believe the director did 300. There seemed to be a line that made me think of the size of the...

Very Graphic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

By ritzy_girl
I loved the movie "300" and wasn't disappointed with "Immortals." Although it seemed to be a cross between 300 and Clash of the Titans, the movie still maintained a uniqueness of its own. If you...

Immortals OH NO DON'T GO!!!

By usatown
If you had plans to see this don't ! (Back that truck up!)Movie was slow plot was terrible. Acting was just not there it was bla...bla..bla.You've been warned. :)...


By Mrrandumbxd
The movie was very gory and entertaining. Enjoyed it and everything seemed to fall in place. Random things didn't just happen in the movie. It was well worth $10 if your interested in that time...

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Rated R | For Sequences of strong bloody violence and a scene of sexuality
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Impressive visuals can't save brutally awful screenplay.
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