Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
Based on the publishing phenomenon, Percy Jackson and other young demigods continue to fight, but this time in the sea, to fulfill their destinies. To save their world, Percy and his friends must find the fabled and magical Golden Fleece. Embarking on a treacherous odyssey into the uncharted waters of the Sea of Monsters (known to humans as the Bermuda Triangle), they battle terrifying creatures, an army of zombies, and the ultimate Evil.


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Dec 16, 2014

I am kinda disappointed since they changed a lot of things in both movies... Really so.. if you read the books this might ruin it for you if you were hoping to see some actual action. Same with the first one. Its pretty bad, but I like the actor for Percy.
( He is SOOO cute )

Dec 01, 2014

i like the part when percy shoots a water ball at luke and luke falls off! :)

Oct 29, 2014
  • TSMisDabomb rated this: 0.5 stars out of 5.

if you have ever read the book the movie is horribly made

Oct 26, 2014

Percy Jackson the Sea of Monsters is a great movie with lots of action, adventure and comedy. The movie is the sequel to Percy Jackson the Lighting Thief. The movie starts off when Percy Jackson the son of the God of the sea Poseidon is at Camp Half-Blood and is attacked by a monster from the underworld. The campers discover that Thai’s tree has been poisoned by someone. The tree protects the camp from monsters. Percy wants to go on the quest for the cure but is not picked. But he and two other campers go on the quest without telling anyone. They travel to Florida by a magic taxi. Once there they start to travel into the Bermuda Triangle by a raft. But Grover, one of Percy’s friends loses a magic bag of wind. Then they meet up with the girl that was chosen for the quest. They travel to the base where they are keeping the medicine. But there they discover that Luke an old camper has been trying to make the evil Titian Kronos. The group of heroes save the day by destroying the machine Luke was trying to summon Kronos. Watch Percy Jackson the Sea of Monsters to find out what happens. The movie is very funny with some memorable moments. Also, there is lots of action senses in the movie which keeps the movie exciting. In addition, the movie is easy to follow and understand. In conclusion, Percy Jackson the Sea of Monsters is a great movie with no cons. The movie has adventure, action, comedy and is easy to follow. Therefore the movie is a must watch.

Aug 23, 2014
  • dancerandballerina123 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

number 233 in line I hope that this movie is as good as the last one!

Jun 28, 2014
  • aaa5756 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Very well done movie. A pleasure to watch. I would recommend this movie for all to see. No fast forwarding on this one. No falling asleep on this DVD!!!!!

Apr 23, 2014
  • X_andor_Who rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters: (Movie): This is the best my thoughts and feeling could convey… so without further much delay. Coming from my mental mind and coming from my many a’ myriad, mega-monumental, marinated, imaginations, I would not fully doubt that we are gods and/or demi-gods nor would I want fully doubt that we couldn’t be as deities and/or as demi-deities; and as far as critical imagination may concern itself, and as far as body and spirit goes in and amongst stories… there’s no true distinction separating the imaginary mechanics of imaginary creatures, such as myself, (deemed real or not), from those that possess character qualities as such like these deities and demi-deities shown here in this story and as well in countless other stories. These, statements previous and following, are of tremendous sort of seeking kind of truth in an triplicate form… at numbers, ten times, ten-infinite times, its own infinite venerable value. And in this, I will wantonly admit that when we/(when I)… watch ourselves/(myself)… on big screen, it confuses us/(me); which is why, I personally prefer to watch non-human characters in non-human type scenarios. Character, persona, will, spirit, inner strength, inner peace, rarely if ever, it would seem, can be seen on the outside… and truly, it becomes near and nigh impossible to ever measure the inner true qualities of an individual’s uniqueness. After all, the peaks, the pinnacles, and acmes of sapient self, come from what traits and characteristics, a person personifies from his/her/its own personal practicing perfection; this then, their personifications, is yielded from their own inner personal practices. I personally prefer more meaningful and humble, titular titles like: “hero hermit”, “abandoned arcane artist”, “a shadow walking amongst shades and specters”, “no one of consequence”, “a bardic barbarian, having no actual audience”, “uncouth character”, “unum et pluribus”, “a nobody” when in comparison to titles of said deity and/or said demi-deity. But alas, each one, it would seem of the crowd, has their own imaginative methods and approaches to self awareness. This is the best or poorest description I could give and grant for when while watching PJ:SoM and of its relating content. I must be able to imagine that others feel a little unnerved and uncomfortable when while they watch and experience material of their own supposed naked, said outer selves. Well, if anything, I at least feel this way. Also, I often find one’s own, my own, vernacular to be failing when wanting describe one’s/mine experience with others, and this review seems like it could be yet another one of my memorable word failings. Okay, so anyway, taking into actual account, the slew of those said statements that I willing wrote… I find myself at crossroads per assigning static, variable value to this here, PJ:SoM story. One final note before passing my ambivalent judgment, I think we all as people forget that we too are as actors or are creatures of imagination and pretend… and when we watch other people’s performances… we have a hard time on whether how to evaluate our feelings and thoughts on said such material. For reasonable and/or unreasonable measurable matters at this meaningful and/or unmeaningful moment, I suppose I’ll assign an arbitrary rating. Rating: (X andor Who)/5.0; Xandor Who (eh, it was alright).

Mar 24, 2014
  • birdscanfly rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

I love this movie, but it was really different from the books.(in a good way)

Mar 24, 2014
  • danomcd rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

It was an okay movie, better then the first but still not as good as the book.

Feb 20, 2014

I hope its good

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Jun 28, 2014
  • aaa5756 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

“Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a
Monster – And when you look long into an abyss, the abyss also looks into you,” - Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

Jun 28, 2014
  • aaa5756 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

“One person can make a difference and every person should try.” –John F Kennedy

Apr 21, 2014
  • X_andor_Who rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

***Percy’s pocket-sized and pocketed pen contained with inside his shirt, transforms itself into a shimmering short sword without commanding word. When while writer's pens had been mightier than swords in ages and epochs of long passed ago... imagine now then, a pen, and how it can, furiously fend, and fend for itself then, how it can perform feats of majesty like magic, Mind Zen. And now thrusting into melee combat action, is trusty, not-at-all-rusty, sword, stinging pen. -X; Who ***

Apr 21, 2014
  • X_andor_Who rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Luke: "Wasn’t easy to find. I had to climb through the depths of Hades…and then through Cleveland."

***I am coming to the assumption that Cleveland and/or Ohio are the sole equivalents to Hades, Hell, and Tarturus as per to the many a' professional writers, whom seem to religiously write about these places!*** -X; Who


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Apr 21, 2014
  • X_andor_Who rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Summary: In this series, saga installment of Greek God parody, the drama between the parental deities and adolescent demi-deities, now drags, dregs, and draws-out, over a vast oceanic, sea's surface of waves and caustic current. And ticking-time is of critical, crucial, and chronicling factor as Lord of Choas, Kronos, himself, lies at the end of this twisted race for the Golden Fleece... and he, Kronos, to be born anew as malignant benefactor would be for world's sake, a most and worst malefactor. And so now that Fate has been spun... the end quickly comes, but in the end, does anyone really know who has won?! -X; Who


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Apr 21, 2014
  • X_andor_Who rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Other: When beliefs in the gods are gone, will we have belief enough in our own salt sods to move on?! -X; Who

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