Clash of the Titans|Marmadesham Movie review online
Holywood now seems to have shifted focus to the origin of mankind and its fight for survival rather than its extinction
The Greek army has declared war on the gods, tearing down all monuments built in their name and refusing to strengthen the gods with prayer. Hades (Ralph Fiennes), god of the underworld, is insulted by man’s insolence, but uses this conflict as leverage to get even with his brother Zeus (Liam Neeson) for making him god of the underworld in the first place. Hades threatens to unleash the horrific Kraken on the Greek city of Argos unless the king sacrifices his daughter Andromeda (Alexa Davolos). Man’s greatest chance of surviving Hades’ wrath is reluctant hero Perseus (Sam Worthington), the orphan child of a fisherman who just happens to be Zeus’ son. But to save Andromeda, he must travel to the underworld and conquer the one thing capable of stopping the Kraken: Medusa, the snake-like beast that turns men to stone with a single gaze.
Director Ramanarayanan has dubbed the super hit Hollywood movie ‘Clash of the Titans’ in Tamil as ‘Marmadesam’ , and kalignar TV is aggresively promoting it.
For an innovative story line you can give this one a try, but there are better films out there.