Back in April 2010, when Clash of the Titans was released into theaters, I was apparently on the rather small demographic of the people who actually enjoyed it. Heck, I didn't just enjoyed it, I loved it. I found that it was a faithful adaption of a dated but also still fun 1981 classic film of the same name, but that the 2010 version of Clash of the titans brought in so much more imagination, fun and spectacle and that it all really took you away. So, it is with much sadness, that we enter Wrath of the Titans, the misled and ultimately very boring sequel to the first film. I kept on fighting all of the critics and pretty much just about every single other person who didn't like the first time, but this time, i am right along with all of the other haters. Wrath of the Titans is 14 minutes longer than Clash of the Titans 106 minute running time, with this film clocking in and very roughage 120 minutes. That's two hours of watching mountains explode, volcano's erupt, fireballs fly everywhere, watch Sam Worthington shout out bland dialog and fight more CGI creatures, but with the scale torqued up to a much bigger one and even a attempt at a epic feel to it all. Sure, it sounds good, but it is deadly dull. The imagination so rampant in the first film is nowhere to be seen. Also nowhere to be seen, is Sam Worthington's campy fun found in the first film, but replaced here with a derivative mindset of fighting every creature that the director throws at him. So, with all of that being said, this film,like the first one, also carries a PG-13 Rating: There is frequent intense fantasy violence action, with much destruction, battles and fights with large mythical type creatures, but with never any blood and often not very graphic. So, that rally is all there is to it, so you can sort of understand how underwhelming this movie really was, so if you have any respect for the 2010 version of Clash of the Titans, or even the 1981 version, than just skip this mess.