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Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

(2013)

Rated PG for fantasy action violence, some scary images and mild language.

PG In Theaters 08/7/2013 , 106min.
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84%
Viewer score based on 34 ratings
39%
Critic score based on 33 reviews

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April 04, 2014
pj00000000188639
Good film. Watched with my wife and kids.
September 14, 2013
sarasimmons98
Okay, so we saw the reviews of this movi on here, and we saw it got a good rating. Then we went and saw it. Absolutely terrible movie! Few films manage to make you hate them within 15 minutes, but this one sure did. In short: Don't pay money to see this.
August 27, 2013
pyoung2493
This was a great fantasy adventure movie. Loved it !
August 24, 2013
bnevrgivup
Skip this one.
August 24, 2013
rfredtelles1
this movie is a total and complete waste of time, the casting was all wrong, in the book the character of percy jackson is supposed to be 13 years old going into the seventh grade, the actor they used is 20+ years old, they only did a couple of scenes from the book and not well

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RogerEbert.com
This "Percy Jackson" is a gentler-spirited, less flashy enterprise, though it still presents a natural world that can morph at the whim of a god. I like that. Full Review
Bruce Ingram
Chicago Sun-Times
The big action set pieces fizzle. And that’s not good for a fantasy adventure movie, especially when the fantasy component is frequently undercut by sub-standard special effects. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Nathan Fillion is the movie's brightest spot as Hermes, re-envisioned as a UPS manager. He makes a quip about how the best TV series always get canceled, in a nod to Firefly, the iconic sci-fi show in which he starred. Full Review
Connie Ogle
Miami Herald
In Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, choosing the dumbest character is a colossal task. Full Review
Ella Taylor
NPR
Marc Guggenheim's script is capable and funny, but the film's finest wit is vehicular. Full Review
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