Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters 3D Synopsis
To save Camp Half-Blood, Percy and his demigod friends must retrieve the Golden Fleece.

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By Ella Taylor
Marc Guggenheim's script is capable and funny, but the film's finest wit is vehicular.
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By William Goss
It’s the odd touch of local color — like the backdrop of an abandoned amusement park, or the arrival of a Civil War steamer crewed by...
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Boston Globe

By Tom Russo
Director Thor Freudenthal (“Diary of a Wimpy Kid”) finds his groove with a succession of flashy 3-D renderings... They’re digitized riffs on...
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This "Percy Jackson" is a gentler-spirited, less flashy enterprise, though it still presents a natural world that can morph at the whim of...
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Peter Hartlaub
There are plenty of bad films to get riled up about in the summer. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters isn't one of them. This is harmless...
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Michael Rechtshaffen
The Thor Freudenthal-helmed sequel lacks the energetic zip of its predecessor.
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Tampa Bay Times

By Steve Persall
That first movie was obviously a calculated grab for Harry Potter-type movie success but didn't feel like a rip-off. This one skews...
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Bruce Ingram
The big action set pieces fizzle. And that’s not good for a fantasy adventure movie, especially when the fantasy component is frequently...
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USA Today

By Claudia Puig
Nathan Fillion is the movie's brightest spot as Hermes, re-envisioned as a UPS manager. He makes a quip about how the best TV series always...
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Movie Nation

By Roger Moore
The quest, which takes our heroes to the Sea of Monsters, aka The Bermuda Triangle, is generic in the extreme. The fights/escapes all lack...
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By cpimental731
I had such high hopes for this movie, the book was just just to good, the movie left out really important characters that I wanted to see how it was going to play, also key moments in the book like...

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By Pirates_Will Turner_Fan
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters is a brilliant movie; I loved it! It was great to see the three main actors return in their title roles. Logan Lerhman is pure delight to watch; he is very gifted...

Don't see this movie

By buggity
Terrible compared to the book! It was completely inaccurate, and they killed all the suspense built up throughout the series by the climactic scene. As a HUGE fan of this series I was really...


By ureadem54
I really enjoyed the film! The actors are just fantastic!! This is a family friendly movie for children and adults! I went to see this movie with my mother and my grandmother. This movie made me cry...


By patrickmcceleccom
Movie was to short to include important parts that were in the book. Action scenes and graphics okay. Just felt like they could have done more....

My 10-year-old loved it.

By BobSF
Technology-wise, the 3D was very sharp / crisp, without being over-the-top. Pretty amazing how 'watchable' 3D is now versus just a couple years ago... The movie followed the book closely, and...


By crissieloach
Me and my two boys 11 and 14 year, saw the movie it was fantastic. Loved every second of it. They were talking about it hours after we saw it. I must see see....

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By alihaynes
If you are uptight about movies sticking directly to the books, then you might have some troubles with The Sea of Monsters. But, I don't....and I thought it was a great movie. Better than the first...

A fun movie to see in 3D

By Anglgen
It was a bit corny but the visual effects were great. The monsters were portrayed as realistic and the story line followed a lot of mythic adventures...Even explaining them....

fun filled action packed film with a message

By Clipperlover
Simply put i was amazed by this film.The story had good character and plot development amongst the action.But what makes this film really shine is #1 the subplot that one person has misconceptions...

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Rated PG | For Some Scary Images, Mild Language and Fantasy Action Violence
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 10+ Action-packed sequel still doesn't live up to book series.
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