History WMG / ClashOfTheTitans

5th Feb '16 12:12:53 PM StFan
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...leading up to Jason and the Argonauts, the original [[Film/TheAvengers Avengers!]]
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...leading up to Jason and the Argonauts, the original [[Film/TheAvengers [[Film/TheAvengers2012 Avengers!]]
8th Apr '13 5:14:18 PM LobsterMagnus
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He was soon thereafter captured by Hades though, who punished the Djinn for helping Perseus, by [[GenieInABottle imprisoning him inside a tiny oil lamp]], wherein he remained for millennia, until [[{{Literature/Aladdin}} a certain Muslim guy living in China]] freed him...
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He was soon thereafter captured by Hades though, who punished the Djinn for helping Perseus, by [[GenieInABottle imprisoning him inside a tiny oil lamp]], wherein he lamp]]. He remained therein for millennia, until [[{{Literature/Aladdin}} a certain this Muslim guy living in China]] eventually freed him...
8th Apr '13 5:00:33 PM LobsterMagnus
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He was soon thereafter captured by Hades though, who punished the Djinn for helping Perseus, by [[GenieInABottle imprisoning him inside a tiny oil lamp]], wherein he remained for millennia, until [[{{Literature/Aladdin}} this one young guy]] freed him...
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He was soon thereafter captured by Hades though, who punished the Djinn for helping Perseus, by [[GenieInABottle imprisoning him inside a tiny oil lamp]], wherein he remained for millennia, until [[{{Literature/Aladdin}} this one young guy]] a certain Muslim guy living in China]] freed him...
8th Apr '13 4:58:00 PM LobsterMagnus
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He was soon thereafter captured by Hades though, who punished the Djinn for helping Perseus, by [[{{Literature/Aladdin}} imprisoning him inside a tiny oil lamp...]]
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He was soon thereafter captured by Hades though, who punished the Djinn for helping Perseus, by [[{{Literature/Aladdin}} [[GenieInABottle imprisoning him inside a tiny oil lamp...]]lamp]], wherein he remained for millennia, until [[{{Literature/Aladdin}} this one young guy]] freed him...
8th Apr '13 4:49:51 PM LobsterMagnus
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[[WMG:Like Io, Sheikh Sulieman also got resurrected in the end...]]
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[[WMG:Like Io, Sheikh Sulieman also got resurrected in the end...end too...]]
8th Apr '13 4:47:32 PM LobsterMagnus
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He was soon thereafter captured by Hades though, who punished the Djinn for helping Perseus, by [[Literature/Aladdin imprisoning him inside a tiny oil lamp...]]
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He was soon thereafter captured by Hades though, who punished the Djinn for helping Perseus, by [[Literature/Aladdin [[{{Literature/Aladdin}} imprisoning him inside a tiny oil lamp...]]
8th Apr '13 4:47:04 PM LobsterMagnus
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...leading up to Jason and the Argonauts, the original [[Film/TheAvengers Avengers!]]
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...leading up to Jason and the Argonauts, the original [[Film/TheAvengers Avengers!]]Avengers!]] [[WMG:Like Io, Sheikh Sulieman also got resurrected in the end...]] He was soon thereafter captured by Hades though, who punished the Djinn for helping Perseus, by [[Literature/Aladdin imprisoning him inside a tiny oil lamp...]]
6th Nov '12 8:49:41 PM AaronHong
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Given that, in the real world, there's an argument that Jesus Christ's portrayal was influenced by Greek stories of demi-gods and the way that religions tend to coopt ideas and beliefs (and even gods) from other systems, perhaps ''Wrath of the Titans'' is about that happening in-universe. More detail on this theory [[http://them0vieblog.com/2012/03/29/hey-zeus-meet-jesus-wrath-of-the-titans-judeo-christian-archetypes/ here]].
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Given that, in the real world, there's an argument that Jesus Christ's portrayal was influenced by Greek stories of demi-gods and the way that religions tend to coopt ideas and beliefs (and even gods) from other systems, perhaps ''Wrath of the Titans'' is about that happening in-universe. More detail on this theory [[http://them0vieblog.com/2012/03/29/hey-zeus-meet-jesus-wrath-of-the-titans-judeo-christian-archetypes/ here]].here]]. [[WMG:Instead of sequels, the latter movies deal with other Greek legends...]] ...leading up to Jason and the Argonauts, the original [[Film/TheAvengers Avengers!]]
7th May '12 12:39:01 AM TitoMosquito
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[[WMG: Wrath of the Titans is actually the story of how the Greek pantheon transitioned to the Judeo-Christian archetypes]] Like a lot of movies borrowing from Ancient Greek mythology, Clash of the Titans and Wrath of the Titans kind of bugged me in the way that they adhered so [[HijackedByJesus rigidly to Christian archetypes]]. [[EverybodyHatesHades Hades as a bad guy]], Zeus as a father, all that sort of stuff. However, watching Wrath of the Titans, I couldn't help but wonder if that was somehow intentional. Taken as a pair, the films chart the decay and decline of the Greek gods, as they lose their power over humanity and disappear. At the end of Wrath of the Titans, [[spoiler:there is only god left standing]], perhaps reflecting the shift from polytheism to monotheism. All of a sudden, the Christian imagery made a bit more sense, as the gods here seem to depend on mortals to define them, even if the structures (life after death, etc.) appear to continue existing without human belief.
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[[WMG: Wrath ''Wrath of the Titans Titans'' is actually the story of how the Greek pantheon transitioned to the Judeo-Christian archetypes]] Like a lot of movies borrowing from Ancient Greek mythology, Clash ''Clash of the Titans Titans'' and Wrath ''Wrath of the Titans Titans'' kind of bugged me in the way that they adhered so [[HijackedByJesus rigidly to Christian archetypes]]. [[EverybodyHatesHades Hades as a bad guy]], Zeus as a father, all that sort of stuff. However, watching Wrath ''Wrath of the Titans, Titans'', I couldn't help but wonder if that was somehow intentional. intentional. Taken as a pair, the films chart the decay and decline of the Greek gods, as they lose their power over humanity and disappear. At the end of Wrath ''Wrath of the Titans, Titans'', [[spoiler:there is only god left standing]], perhaps reflecting the shift from polytheism to monotheism. All of a sudden, the Christian imagery made a bit more sense, as the gods here seem to depend on mortals to define them, even if the structures (life after death, etc.) appear to continue existing without human belief. belief.

Given that, in the real world, there's an argument that Jesus Christ's portrayal was influenced by Greek stories of demi-gods and the way that religions tend to coopt ideas and beliefs (and even gods) from other systems, perhaps Wrath of the Titans is about that happening in-univers. More detail on this theory [[http://them0vieblog.com/2012/03/29/hey-zeus-meet-jesus-wrath-of-the-titans-judeo-christian-archetypes/ here]].
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Given that, in the real world, there's an argument that Jesus Christ's portrayal was influenced by Greek stories of demi-gods and the way that religions tend to coopt ideas and beliefs (and even gods) from other systems, perhaps Wrath ''Wrath of the Titans Titans'' is about that happening in-univers.in-universe. More detail on this theory [[http://them0vieblog.com/2012/03/29/hey-zeus-meet-jesus-wrath-of-the-titans-judeo-christian-archetypes/ here]].
30th Mar '12 5:35:16 AM damooney
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Like a lot of movies borrowing from Ancient Greek mythology, Clash of the Titans and Wrath of the Titans kind of bugged me in the way that they adhered so [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/HijackedByJesus rigidly to Christian archetypes]]. [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EverybodyHatesHades Hades as a bad guy]], Zeus as a father, all that sort of stuff. However, watching Wrath of the Titans, I couldn't help but wonder if that was somehow intentional.
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Like a lot of movies borrowing from Ancient Greek mythology, Clash of the Titans and Wrath of the Titans kind of bugged me in the way that they adhered so [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/HijackedByJesus [[HijackedByJesus rigidly to Christian archetypes]]. [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EverybodyHatesHades [[EverybodyHatesHades Hades as a bad guy]], Zeus as a father, all that sort of stuff. However, watching Wrath of the Titans, I couldn't help but wonder if that was somehow intentional.
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