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In this retelling of Rick Riordans book, "The Sea of Monsters", Percy Jackson, accompanied by his friends Annabeth Chase, Clarisse La Rue and Tyson, his half brother, goes on a journey to the Sea of Monsters to retrieve the Golden Fleece and save Camp Half-Blood. Written by
The three demigods who have joined Luke are Silena Beauregard, Ethan Nakamura, and Chris Rodriguez. However, in the books, Silena remained with Camp Half Blood and did not defect to join Luke's gang. See more »
The film turns around the Golden Fleece's ability to, "heal anyone or anything." It's not explained why Polyphemus, who wears the golden fleece over his shoulder, still has bad eyesight. But just because Polyphemus has bad eyesight by Human standards, it doesn't mean he doesn't have excellent eyesight by Cyclops standards. See more »
I never called him brother... all he ever wanted was a brother but... I was too wrapped up in myself. And now Luke has the fleece... because I gave it to him. I destroy Olympus... Just like the Oracle said.
Forget the oracle! Your worried about your destiny, then write a new one. You're angry at Poseidon for ignoring you, then show him why he shouldn't. You're upset about Tyson, make sure he didn't die for nothing.
There's no way you're getting me to repeat that.
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The film was a good adaptation of the book. It had funny bits in, a nod to firefly and Anthony Head in it (loads better than Pierce Bronson). The film starts with a action scene showing the growth of Percy. The film doesn't have any slow parts in my opinion.
There are two main issues with the film that fans of the books will pick out. One is the fact that Percy has not shown his ability to talk to horses or sea life. The second thing is on the andromada that will make the other adaptation of the films more difficult to keep on track with the books.
In conclusion the film is a must for kids will keep them entertained for the length of the film. For fans of the books fun to talk about the differences.
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