With Jonathan Liebesman’s Wrath of the Titans — a sequel to the much-spurned Clash of the Titans — about to be released upon us, a new, rather spectacular trailer has provoked the usual irrelevant internet complaints of “mythological” inaccuracy — “irrelevant” because this new film isn’t really based on anything except a generalistic view of Greek myth and the Greeks themselves weren’t overly consistent in their re-telling of the ancient stories anyway. Of more interest to me than some sort of hit-or-miss pseudo accuracy is a good, uncompromised script — a hope that is somewhat diminished by the listing of multiple writing credits on IMDb’s entry for the film. Rarely a good thing. Still, even if the script isn’t all it might be, there will clearly be some decent monsters on view!
Thanks so much for the post. Great read!! Really looking forward to read more. Want more.
Monsters. This is a subject always vivid.