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Worth the time and money

By FedoraMovieGoer
Written August 10, 2013
So I was a fan of the first one, even though the story was slow at times and lines kind of corny, I really enjoyed the different story from what was currently out and the possibilities that were there. So when I heard the second one was coming out I was excited, but also unsure of how it was gonna turn out. I can say with total honestly that if you are on fence about this movie...SEE IT, the returning characters, the continued story line, the humor and twists all worth it. Its something everyone can enjoy for what it is. The action and graphics were refreshing to watch and see, the new and differing story from what has been released in recent years is a breath of fresh air. Enjoy everyone.
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Sea of Monsters

By Arosucks
Written December 22, 2014
Visually exciting...if you hadn't read the books. But silly. It took the remaining four Percy Jackson and the Olympians books, threw out a lot of plot line and compressed it into one movie...with strange elements. I saw the first movie and used that to justify reading the books. So now I know how poorly the producers have degraded the film project.
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Delivers what it promises

By shoujiki5
Written July 28, 2014
Not a bad movie for a young demographic (0-18). I took my kids. However, the AMC in Brandon concession stand was UNDERSTAFFED and OUT OF ICE?! I saw many "managers" standing around by the new bar, aloof of the issue as I walked to a second concession stand to get ice and a refill. Work on it!
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Percy Jackson Sea of Monsters

By amstelnl
Written October 01, 2014
If you seen part 1 it was better, Sea of Monsters was also good. If you like Harry Potter this movie is for you. 4 stars
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By Kylia
Written October 02, 2014
I found this movie to be enjoyable. Not exactly like the books, but enjoyable enough. It's not the kind of movie that you take too seriously, and it doesn't have the depth (either in character or story) as other Book-to-Big-Screen endeavors, but it is enjoyable nonetheless. I do have a concern that if they don't continue to make these movies they will leave some loose threads unfinished, but otherwise, an enjoyable summer movie.
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