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Clash of the Titans: in 3D


Rated PG-13 for fantasy action violence, some frightening images and brief sexuality.

PG-13 106min.
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In 'Clash of the Titans,' the ultimate struggle for power pits men against kings and kings against gods. But the war between the gods themselves could destroy the world. Read More
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May 02, 2010
I was very dissapointed with the 3-D. Does not compare to Avitar, AT ALL... It was ok. READ MORE REVIEWS FROM
April 16, 2010
I enjoyed the storyline with sam and liam but was very disapointed in the NO-D (3d) effects it was like the just added a shadow to give it a tiny bit of depth I belive its the new trend to add a little double vision and call it 3D so they can charge an extra 3 bucks ...thats what they did with alice in wonderland so I saw that one in 2d and it really was a much better film
April 14, 2010
Anyone else out there see the problems with the 3-D? I kept seeing double images around actors and objects. It was really annoying and thought that the 3-D cinematographer had his alignment of lenses off axis. 3-D is shot with two lenses side by side. Anyway, I complained about it and got 2 free admission movie tickets from the manager. I loved the gag where they leave the robo owl
April 10, 2010
I thought that after Lord of the Rings, a movie like this would be made at least with half of the detail and professionalism-wrong. This movie was a channel 9 on tv all the way. The best parts are show in the previews. Save your money and wait for it on you local channel. I am still waiting to see something that moved me in 3D-didn't happen. Could have easily watched the same movie without
April 07, 2010
What a bunch of movie snobs! ... this was a good movie. Could have been better, but hey what movie couldn't. Go see it on the big screen. Keep fantasy films alive.

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