Written August 11, 2013
I loved this movie, and in 3-D it was excellent ! Tyson is like a big,goofy teddy bear ! As much as I adore Pierce Brosnan as Chiron in The Lightning Thief, Anthony Head was awesome as Chiron in Sea Of Monsters. I would love to see it again !
Written August 09, 2013
The movie was really good better than the first. However the producing group that produced it should not change the events of the story or major details from the books, such as Annabeth's hair!!! If you haven't read the books or haven't in a long time (like for me it's been 3 years) its a really good movies, and even if you have read them recently then you will like it too, but you may have to over look the fact that some of the foundations of the movie or details that are important for the story are changed.
Defiantly for all ages, from 5 to 16 to 50.
Written August 10, 2013
If you are going for the book, you will be disappointed. There are major changes from the book, but this is to be expected since the first movie did too. If you are going to see a good movie, you will be pleased. A good solid movie with the expectation of the rest of the series.
Written August 08, 2013
Departs majorly from the book, but so did the first one. Overall tho a very good movie and sets up to do the rest of the series. If you liked the books, it's staying to the main plot but otherwise be ready for major changes.
Written July 24, 2014
A little older, a little less humor, a little more responsibility and a lot more consequence. There’s more than a touch of the boy wizard’s magic (and a strong sense of deja vu) weaving throughout “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.” (Which is a bit strange, since this movie wasn’t actually directed by a “Harry Potter” director, unlike the first film.) “Sea of Monsters” will appeal to typical moviegoers in their teen years, but fans of the book may be disappointed or angered by some creative licensing that took place. After the viewing this critic watched, there were more than a few audience members grumbling about some of the drastic changes. Take that for what you will. “Sea of Monsters” could have used a bit of work, especially with some of its stale writing, but it was a solid follow-up, and it should sate the longing for those who miss their yearly Harry Potter movies. Worse could be said of a movie.