Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters

Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters

In their quest to confront the ultimate evil, Percy and his friends battle swarms of mythical creatures to find the mythical Golden Fleece and to stop an ancient evil from rising.

The thrilling adventures of Percy Jackson continues his epic journey to fulfill his destiny, as he teams with his demigod friends to retrieve the Golden Fleece, which has the power to save their home and training ground, Camp Half-Blood. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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T K (nl) wrote: Love, love, love this quiet movie.

Jolene T (mx) wrote: this movie is dumb. lame to the max! LOL

Gilbert T (kr) wrote: You can really tell his passion for his car and racing in the documentary , and he describes how it has influenced his life and also his friends. Dr. Phil was really annoying though, he should have left him out.

Jenny M (br) wrote: i thought this movie was alright, there were some standout performances...i do have to say i predictedthat something was wrong health wise with the father

Roland P (ag) wrote: March 2011. Netflix. Well done but makes you sick.

Jennifer T (ru) wrote: i'd totally watch this even though i know it's probably terrible.

Jeremy S (gb) wrote: Because why? PAYCHECK!

Robert H (br) wrote: RUMBLE FISH is probably one of the less-seen films in Francis Ford Coppola's oeuvre, but I found it to be an eminently watchable, artsy gem that has a great sense of mood and style. The story revolves around Rusty James (Matt Dillon), a troubled teenager who finds it difficult living up to the reputation of his smarter older brother (Mickey Rourke). The main message I took from the film is that we too often look up to people for the wrong reasons, or idealize them without having a true sense of who they are. RUMBLE FISH explores youth through a dystopian lens, and Coppola conjures up dreamlike, occasionally borderline surreal, imagery to escort us through Rusty James' world. The film is in black and white, with a few instances of color for emphasis. Stylistically, this was a kind of cross between film noir, WEST SIDE STORY and a Michael Jackson video. In particular, an early fight sequence between Rusty and another character evoked the climactic fight in WEST SIDE STORY. In general, there was this balletic quality to the way the characters moved. When combined with Coppola's eloquent cinematography and an eclectic score, the effect is often hypnotic and always engrossing. That being said, the story itself meanders a bit too much and most of the performances (by young actors) were rather rough around the edges. Of course, part of that could have something to do with how the dialogue was post-synced. But still, RUMBLE FISH ranks pretty high among the most visually interesting films I've ever seen, even if the story and performances leave a bit to be desired.

Jagger P (ag) wrote: For people who enjoy heavy metal, comedy, some screams, and thrills, Trick or Treat is a must see. With appearences by Gene Simmon's and Ozzy Osbourne, not to mention the soundtrack, its no wonder this film has become a cult film.