Wrath of the Titans
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Wrath of the Titans
Rating & Content Info
Why is Wrath of the Titans rated PG-13? Wrath of the Titans is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for intense sequences of fantasy violence and action.
Violence: Firebombs and flaming falling rocks decimate entire landscapes, cities and armies. People fall from the sky after being dropped by a mythical creature. A man beats his father with a club and repeatedly punches him in the face. Gruesome and fire-breathing beasts attack humans. Bloody, burned and dismembered body parts are seen during battle. A woman uses a needle to suture a man’s chest wound. Creatures use tree stumps and logs for weapons and set traps to capture intruders. A man stabs a woman causing her death. Characters wrestle with and kill numerous mutant figures. A character is impaled on a log. A man is shown with an axe in his back. Bloody wounds are depicted. A man is choked to death.
Sexual Content: A couple kisses. A woman wears a short, leg-revealing uniform.
Language: The script contains a few brief slurs.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
Page last updated June 25, 2012
|Quebec||G||Not Recommended for Young Children.|
|Canadian Home Video||14A|
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Cast and Crew
Wrath of the Titans is directed by Jonathan Liebesman and stars Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Rosamund Pike.
The most recent home video release of Wrath of the Titans movie is June 25, 2012. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Wrath of the Titans
Release Date: 26 June 2012
Wrath of the Titans releases to home video with the following bonus extras:
- Deleted scenes
- Two Maximum Movie Modes: The Path of Men or The Path of Gods
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This movie is the sequel to Clash of the Titans. Greek gods and their half-mortal offspring are also depicted in Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightening Thief. Sam Worthington sides with the underdog in the epic battles fought in the movie Avatar.