Thursday, April 1, 2010

To my brother and all of you who likes myths

Especially Greek-mythologies. Go to the nearest cinema and buy yourself a ticket to go watch Clash of the Titans. The graphics are beautiful. The action is blasting of course, the time background is during ancient Greece. However, be sure to keep a look out for a robot the size, slightly larger than a palm. Storyline base, I think it is great. My opinion might be bias cause I love this type of ancient myths. Enough said, love a great story then go watch.


Kapitan Ho said...

the chinese mythical stories are the best..yet none has make a place in hollywood.

Tete said...

If they ever make it to hollywood, I will be sure to watch it. =)

Melissa Roman said...

yea ur opinion is a bit biased. i mean it was an ok movie, nice graphics but too short... i payed $15 dollars to watch it and i can say it was not worth my money

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