Nick Schager Reviews Wrath of the Titans

An improvement upon its predecessor Clash of the Titans only insofar as this sequel doesn’t sully a beloved original, Wrath of the Titans delivers blockbuster bluster with single-minded blandness. Jonathan Liebesman’s follow-up to Louis Leterrier’s largely dismissed 2010 remake trades heavily in divinity but cares little for human emotions or relationships, all of which prove to be just time-filler in between cacophonous fight sequences that, as before, are primarily inspired by video games.

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