A sequel to a remake? Nothing is sacred. Thankfully, I avoided the 2010 remake of the 1981 classic, but for some ungodly reason I ended up going to watch this steaming turd at the cinema. I'm never going to get my money back and that eats me away inside. I'm actually convinced that Sam Worthington is a video game character who has possessed the body of some poor, unwitting Australian man. It's no coincidence that his best performance was in Call of Duty: Black Ops. Wrath of the Titans is offensive to the eyes. The final sequence looked like the end battle of a hack and slash war video game (and not a very good one). And with a 150 million dollar price tag, the CGI still isn't good, that money could have been given to charity, or they could have used the 300 million they made from it to refund every poor soul that convinced themselves the movie was worth their time. If this was actually a video game, it would be a poor rip off of the excellent Lord of the Rings PS2 games or something.