Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters

Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters
Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters




102 minutes


Science Fiction and Fantasy



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There are perils galore for teen demigod Percy Jackson as he searches for the legendary Golden Fleece in this second film in the exciting, book-based fantasy series. Located in the treacherous Sea of Monsters — that's the Bermuda Triangle to you and me — the magical ram's coat is the key to saving Percy and pals' safe haven, Camp Half-Blood, after it comes under attack. Zombies, sharks and giant metallic terrors are among the challenges standing in our hero's way, along with an ancient evil that will destroy his world if Percy's quest fails. Fast-paced and full of thrilling action, this imaginative, modern spin on Greek mythology provides fun escapism with a Harry Potter vibe.

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Contains moderate fantasy violence and threat, and mild language

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