Percy Jackson Sea of Monsters

By stella54
Written November 30, 2015
It was just as entertaining as the first one but had more graphics and more action added. There was also a little bit of more humor with Stanley Tucci in it and more background of the camp which was welcomed. With the addition of all the new characters, I would have liked to see more development of their characters and a little more explanantion of their roles. I do not think younger children will enjoy this because of the realistic characters and their behavior, so I would say teens and up would be my reccomendation for viewers. Overall I enjoyed the movie for a fun afternooon!
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Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters 3D

By Imaxinista
Written February 12, 2016
A must see. My two boys and their friends and I went to see the movie. The boys enjoyed the movie very much and can not wait to see another sequel.
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Teen flick

By tinker46
Written September 02, 2013
The movie is good; helps to know your mythology to fill-in some of the blanks. Action should keep the action. Subtle humor is good, but did go over the heads of most of the audience I sat with. Reccommend this one for fun.
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Empty Theater

By Corrado Biondov
Written August 21, 2013
My daughter and I were 2 of four in the whole theater. It was entertaining and kept our interest the entire time. My daughter asked if we could get the DVD when it came out.
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Really good but the producer needs to stop making their own plot.

By Hkw9615
Written September 03, 2015
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.
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