Impersonating an agent
As regular readers of this space well know, we feel strongly that some of the best idiocy is drunken idiocy. When the rich and famous are in their cups, we tend to get a glimpse of how they really feel; that sense of “I’m above the rules” entitlement really comes to the forefront – “In vino veritas” and all that.
Our latest entrant in that particular intoxicated moron pageant is actor Sam Worthington.
Action film offers little in the way of plot, performance
One of the reasons we go to the movies is to escape. We want to go to a place that is different than the one in which we live. Sometimes, we want to watch someone do something that neither we nor anyone else could ever do. It doesn’t need to be challenging. It doesn’t need to be inspired. We just want to get away for a while.
Big, dumb and loud will never go out of style.
That’s not a value judgment – I love getting simple and explode-y as much as the next guy. However, all big action epics are not created alike. Sometimes, they work wonderfully. Other times, something is missing and the film never quite clicks.
Unfortunately, “Wrath of the Titans” falls mostly into the latter category.
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