To be perfectly honest, Wrath of the Titans wasn't a movie that I was extremely interested in. My original plan was to catch it in the dollar theater, rent it on RedBox, or something like that. However, I ended up spending the weekend at my parent's house where there was a cheap theater and with nothing else to do on a Saturday night my brother and I decided that we were going to see a movie. Wrath was our choice. Being completely honest, right off the bat I will tell you that this was a terrible movie, but it fulfilled its purpose. It's a pure guy's movie. The exact opposite of a chick flick, if there's an official term for that. A brainless, action-packed movie with sweet special effects and explosions.
Wrath of the Titans is the sequel to Clash of the Titans if you didn't catch that yet. And to give you a bit of an insight to my perspective with this review, I actually enjoyed Clash of the Titans more than most people. Now I don't actually remember a whole ton about it, which does kinda say something about the movie, but that is besides the point. I enjoyed it. With Wrath I didn't come in with high expectations. What I did expect was a movie that was like Clash and I was thus preparing myself to be mildly entertained. And I was, but it was not what I was expecting. While Clash wasn't great, it at least had somewhat of a good story line in addition to some decent acting, good characters, and good character development, with some action thrown in there. What wrath does is go almost completely against that. Somewhere along the lines, the movie makers decided that they didn't need much of a story line and they didn't need great characters that developed as the movie went along. They decided that action and effects were all they needed in this one and that is exactly what they did.
So in conclusion, if you want to see a brainless action-packed movie and having a bad story line or poor character development doesn't bother you, then you would enjoy this movie and I recommend you see it. Otherwise, I recommend you skip it or wait till it hits the dollar theater / RedBox to see it. I'm giving it a 5 out of 10.