Of all the sequels released in 2012, I’m sure many will agree that a follow-up to 2010′s Clash of the Titans remake is a little unnecessary. There’s a lot they could improve on though, so maybe Wrath of the Titans could be their chance to correct things.
The sequel, set years after the Kraken is defeated, sees Sam Worthington return as Perseus, son of Zeus, and now father to Helius. Once again he must come to the rescue of the world as Uncle Hades and half-brother Aries join hands in bringing back Kronos, the evil creature father of the Gods. The return of Kronos will mean the Gods lose their power and immortality, and will soon die.
Films have had better plots, I’ll admit, »
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