Clash of the Titans

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Over the past few years, I have been a very vocal supporter of 3D films, and unlike many of the voices in the blogosphere, I don’t see the technology as a gimmick or a fleeting element of the cinematic experience. Now there is a veritable war for 3D with Clash of the Titans battling with How to Train Your Dragon and even Alice in Wonderland for digital screens, and from the noise created on the Internet, you’d find it hard to believe the general public cares.

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This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr damns the gods with reviews of Clash of the Titans, The Last Song and Why Did I Get Married Too?

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Clash of the Titans

Remaking a beloved classic such as the 1981 fantasy epic Clash of the Titans is no small task. It doesn’t help when your story is poorly put together and your film has been retroactively rendered in infuriatingly poor 3D. That said, Louis Leterrier did his best, I suppose.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

Neil and Kevin clash in the Magical Studio in the Sky as we head into pre-summer movie season. They will damn the gods with reviews of Clash of the Titans, question whether Miley Cyrus has grown up in The Last Song and demand a 3D experience for Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too?

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Clash of the Titans

We have a busy Easter weekend ahead here at the Reject Report with three new movies on tap: The Last Song, Why Did I Get Married Too, and Clash of the Titans.

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Holy hell! Our spy inside the production snapped off a picture of a work-in-progress for one of the Titans! Harryhausen magic is back! Feast your eyes on…The Kraken!

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In this exclusive interview, Cole takes Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi back to their middle school required reading list and gets the skinny on Clash.

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Clash of the Titans

This Friday, Titans will clash. No really, they will be clashing in 3D. And to celebrate, we’ve once again enlisted the help of the FSR ninja prize acquisition squad, who have once again broken into the place where all of the movie swag is held and come away with a bunch of prizes for us to give away to our lovely readers.

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How to Train Your Dragon Box Office

It’s not on the same level as Monsters vs. Aliens, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, Kung Fu Panda or some other movies, but it’s still $43 million for the much-acclaimed How to Train Your Dragon, in 3-D.

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After an unplanned week off, I am indeed back with another edition of This Week in Blu-ray. In this edition, we’ll take a look at great movies for the kid inside of us, of both the classic and contemporary variety. We’ll also have a go at some movies with questionable releases — films that deserved better — and at least one movie in which the world is destroyed. So bring your Wolfgang Petersons and I’ll bring my Roland Emmerichs, and we’ll have a party.

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Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves nudity in PG-rated movies. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVDs. This week features Clash of the Titans, 2012, Elvis, The Wraith, Bitch Slap, and more!

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Warner Bros. has released a brand new behind the scenes featurette for the upcoming mythology-based adventure Clash of the Titans, from The Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier. This new look provides a few new shots from the film, as well as some on-set B-roll footage and a few comments from cast members like Sam Worthington, Gemma Arterton and Ralph Fiennes.

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The “buddy comedy in a world of sci-fi and action” might be closer to pre-production than we previously thought.

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Warner Bros. has released a brand new behind the scenes featurette this week for their upcoming mythology remash Clash of the Titans, from director Louis Leterrier (The Incredible Hulk). This new featurette gives us a pretty solid look at some of the characters, most of whom you should already know.

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After being inundated with a slew of ads for Clash of the Titans and Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief, it’s completely obvious that Greek mythology is poised to be the latest trend for Hollywood. But unlike vampires or pirates, there hasn’t been a recent proven Greek mythology hit to alleviate the fears of today’s risk adverse Hollywood. So why the recent Hollywood leap of faith?

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This week it’s all about love, growing old, fighting mythical creatures, taming mythical creatures and getting Sleeping Beauty’s lazy ass out of bed. In fact, let me just take a moment to say something I’ve been wanting to say for a long time: I wish she’d get a job already.

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You can breath that huge sigh of relief now. Your favorite mechanical owl will be on screen. For now.

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Warner Bros. has released a set of seven brand new posters for its upcoming epic Clash of the Titans, which hits theaters on April 2. In case you hadn’t seen yet, some sort of clash is beginning. And this clash will be broadcast in 3D.

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Paramount Pictures and Dreamworks are urging Michael Bay to reevaluate his stance on 3D for the upcoming third film in the Transformers franchise. If you are surprised by this, please smack yourself in the face. I’ll wait.

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You can open your eyes now. 2009 is gone, and it’s not coming back. It’s time to move forward, onward and upward, and what better way to start than with the movies we’re most looking forward, onward and upward to?

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