Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Wrath of the Titans is the sequel to 2010's Clash of the Titans, which was a remake of a 1981 movie. While Wrath does have a fair bit of mid-level fantasy violence, it's generally less intense than the previous movie -- though there are still many giant monsters that could be scary for younger viewers. Language isn't much of an issue, with one use of "hell" as well as mentions of "gods" and "Hades" as they pertain to Greek mythology. There's also some minor innuendo and a kiss for the hero. It's presented in 3-D, which ups the intensity a little bit, but overall the 3-D isn't put to particularly effective use.
There's some very minor innuendo and a kiss for the hero at the end.
The violence is less intense than in the previous movie and mostly bloodless, though there are some fights, with characters stabbed, bashed in the head, and thrown up against tree trunks. Perseus also battles many computer-generated creatures with swords and other makeshift weapons. Several gods die onscreen, turning gray and crumpling into ashes. Fiery monsters roast innocent victims.
Very infrequent language includes "hell."
Most of the Greek mythology and conflicts between gods and men from the previous movie have been abandoned in this sequel. Now the main theme is fairly thin: Perseus learns that he gains strength to fight from his son. (In other words, he'd rather protect his son than not.)
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