Pack your rucksack and call your well disposed neighborhood satyr: We’re headed over to Camp Half-Blood.
“Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters,” the continuation of 2010’s “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief,” opens Wednesday and takes after the main demi-god (Logan Lerman) on his most recent sea-going enterprise.
Executive Thor Freudenthal assumes control over the film establishment from past helmer Christopher Columbus, and pundits are blended over this second excursion with the child of Poseidon. Look at what they need to say about “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.”
“Emulating the practically $226.5 million film industry of the first Percy Jackson motion picture, the courageous person (Logan Lerman) has come back to recover Camp Half-Blood, the preparation ground for Greek demigods and business of the educator centaur Chiron (Anthony Head of ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer,’ at his Watcher-ly best, supplanting Pierce Brosnan). The point when the enchanted tree that secures the camp is harmed, Percy should recover the Golden Fleece to mend it.” —Andy Webster, New York Times