Definitely the worst film I've seen recently.
Don't waste your money on it.
The sad thing is that it could have been a good movie. It had some good actors, a big budget and even a good pretext and setting.
but they screwed up the story so so badly. It was obvious they wanted us to view the gods as somehow being the good side, the hero being watched over by them and the hero working to prevent the release of the titans.
It starts with a voiceover explaining that once, there were immortal beings and then one day immortals figured out how to kill immortals... there was a war... the losers were imprisoned and called titans while the winners then called themselves gods...
fine so far but after this they failed to ever establish why the titans were any worse than the gods in any way.
Why should I care that someone wants to release them?
from what we see the gods are selfish and nasty creatures who only help anyone when it's in their own interest.
I mean perhaps the titans would have been better than the gods if they were in charge.
they were just the loosing side after all, the titans only kill one human who was trying to kill them at the time while the gods killed plenty of blameless people who just happened to be in the way.
the movie sort of assumed that the viewer would accept the titans as evil in some way because they're black, dirty and dressed slightly tribalish (http://www.awn.com/files/imagepicker/35 ... Titans.jpg
) while the gods are clean, white and dressed in gold(http://cdn.screenrant.com/wp-content/up ... d-clip.jpg
Imagine if 300 had cut out the first half of the movie and all the parts which established that xerxes was bad in any way. now shuffle the order of the remaining scenes randomly and insert some fight scenes from a completely different movie like Spartacus.Add in some torture. this is what immortals is like.
Give a man a fish, he owes you one fish. Teach a man to fish, you give up your monopoly on fisheries.