“Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters” — just like the 2010 release “Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief” — continues to fill in that action-film void between little kids and savvy teens. It’s a segment of the moviegoing public that often must settle for lackluster offerings like the “Wimpy Kid” series.
To entertain that target group, this offering is a balanced blend of the kind of action that’s found in “The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” series and a touch of the teen angst that has made the “Twilight” series so popular.
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