Not surprisingly, Clash of the Titans won the weekend box office with a pretty decent showing of $61 million, fueled, in part, by the fact that a 3D version of the film was available alongside your standard 2D version. However, what you may or may not already know about the 3D featured in Titans is that it was added to the film after the fact, once Avatar made a killing at the box office. Considered by many to be a rush job (because the decision to convert was made only a couple months before), Warner Bros. still went through with the conversion, announcing they'd also be converting some other big 2010 films, like Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.
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I didn't see the new CLASH OF THE TITANS in 3D (it does strange things to my "eyes"..): But I did see it in 2D it was Spectacular! Liked it alot .
The movie was okay I watched it in 2-D. I didnt want to waste money on the 3-D version if it was bad. I had already got burned by Alice in Wonderland and I didnt want a repeat with this film. I could have waited for it to be released on Netflix to be honest but....Anyway, the following day I went out and bought the original Clash of the Titans on DVD and I must say the original is much better. They should've tried staying closer to the original story or the 80s classic.
Yep, bad movie, wasted $9.00 plus $5.00 for 3d glasses! ruined script, low budget 3D animation considering today's technology and creative avenues. Very dissappointed. Liam Nieson, what were you thinking? I guess Tom Hanks made his mistakes too... Joe vs Volcano anyone? Producer and Director should be punished - sadly they will make a killing just off name recognition and great marketing. I was duped, so will many.
Are you kidding me? Anyone who even thought this was good should go back to watching cartoons. The movie was crap and WB knew the movie was crap and tried to save it by adding the 3d effect
Just addressing the 3D portion... it was a FAR cry from the quality that was AVATAR. AVATAR made you feel like you were being drawn right into it... it was surreal.... this movie felt like it went unnoticed and worse... at times felt more like one of those kid Viewmaster things... ehhhh... wish i had saved the cash and went to the 2D version.
However, How to Train your Dragon is amazing... just awesome 3D!! what a thrill ride.
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For action it was okay, but it totally mix up the Greek mythology legends and this generation will most likely believe this version. I hope that the hollywood writers do not think of making a new movie version of the Odessey.
I agree that it was disappointing, mainly due to the poor quality of the 3D and the changes to the original story. If you are a fan of the myth or the original movie, you will wonder why the writers felt the need to alter elements of the story that are key to motivation. I also felt the pace of the movie was sluggish -- I was surprised at the actual duration, it felt much longer.
The movie may have been better if the story followed the original more closely. It missed some key points in my opinon. The 3D was poor and I expected it to be awesome... disappointing!!
I saw both versions. The 3-D effect was minimal. The 2-D was just as good.
Actually, the original was much, much better.
sorry but i didnt like the movie felt like i got ripped off.nd plus bobo only had a cameo of 30secs. BOOOOO!!!!! sorry but could i could of done without the lightsaber scene.nd scorpion ppl.,whats up with that?
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