This is also one of the films that was made "3D" after filming. I hope this 3D aftereffects effort fails, it is just a way studios make more money now because they get a premium on 3D movies.
A few more 3-D spectacles like "Clash of the Titans" and audiences will be clamoring for 2-D.
What's wrong with this sad fiasco goes far beyond its visual deficits, but let's start there. The film, a remake of a 1981 action fantasy loosely based on Greek mythology, was shot with conventional cameras, then hastily reprocessed into an approximation of 3-D in the wake of the stunning success of "Avatar." The result is 2.5-D, a murkily virtual virtuality. You get an ambiguous sense of depth at a steep price that includes, but isn't confined to, the box-office surcharge that the studios have begun to impose on such attractions in a sudden frenzy of delusion and greed.