Film Rating: C+ Two years ago, I was actually looking forward to the remake of “Clash of the Titans.” I had seen the 1981 original in an English class, of all places, and found it to be a very fun mythological camp adventure. As imaginative and flawlessly executed as the Harryhausen stop-motion effects were, though, I couldn’t help but wonder what “Clash” would look like today if a filmmaker took full advantage of modern effects and really went to town illustrating the struggle between men and Gods. It could be a revelatory action epic, and I was hoping that Louis Leterrier’s remake would fulfill the project’s true potential. Instead, we got a soulless, lazy, studio-manufactured bore, one with paper-thin characters, bad writing, and a messy, convoluted narrative. And despite a mammoth budget and cutting edge technology, Leterrier didn’t craft a single set-piece as inspired or engaging as Harryhausen’s work.