Summary: This movie is like if 300 got all the goodness and bad-ass scenes sucked out. Therese something about Tarsem Singh movies that I don't like. He knows how to make a movie look good but at the same time he makes it look too colorful and clean.
Excerpt: This a great BD, the visual impact is brutal, the image are awesome, but the extras isn't great, but still enyoable after all, the movie is good, good perfomances, the visuals effects are great, but the story is lacking, but is entertaing, that count for me.
Excerpt: Superfilm in zijn genre. Mythische gevechten in de Griekse/Atheense godengeschiedenis. Wat oudere acteurs aanwezig, zoals Mickey Rourke en John Hurt, in film die hun sporen wel verdiend hebben. Voor de rest een aantal acteurs die onder gemiddeld presteren.
Excerpt: How do I put this; “This movie sucked.” I know that the visuals were striking, even haunting. But this movie falls on different levels. Henry Cavil has a great physical screen presence but lacks that special touch and the writers give him little to do as the protagonist.
Excerpt: Ik vond de film een tegenvaller. Het was wel mooi gemaakt met de special effects maar het verhaal had beter gekund. Ik hoop wel dat als er een Immortals 2 komt dat het verhaal wat beter klopt en dat bijvoorbeeld: ze onder water een stad moeten zoeken.
Excerpt: In the vast World of stories dealing with Immortals and all of thier powers of creation and destruction, destroying things seems to be what they enjoy. However in this movie they are hell bent on destroying each other. No wonder Gods & Titans have issues.
Excerpt: Ok, so I generally love Greek Mythology movies. So, why did I hate this one? Maybe because it was mindless 3D nonsense. This was even worse than the remake of Class of the Titans. Don't get me wrong. I am a big technology buff. But, this 3D stuff just doesn't do anything for me. I don't know here.
Excerpt: I loved 300. This movie chews 300 up & violently spits it out. Way better fight choreography. It's apparent that Tarsem took whatever worked for 300, amplified it exponentially, & discarded any superfluous nonsense to full effect here. PQ was otherworldy phenomenal.