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Like other Tarsem Singh films, immortals has rich and beautiful visuals, add to it some very well executed 3D and dramatic special effects from Tippet studios, and you get in my idea a very understated film.
The cinematography and the acting are pretty good, the story while not very original is still interesting enough and the action is riveting. This is not 300, but it doesn't necessarily need to be compared to it even though it has been produced by the same studios.
Henry Calvil makes a credible Theseus (you can see here what Zack Snider's next Superman is going to be made of), Mickey Rourke is an awesome baddy, and Freida Pinto is a match for the visuals of this film. Additionally I liked the small role played by John Hurt who is always such a brilliant actor.
I see that some people rated the film badly because of cuts, in my idea Immortals is not that cult enough to be bothered with getting the "ultimate" version (which you probably struggle to get anyway). Get this in 3D, watch it on a big screen and I doubt that you will regret it, especially at the current price it is at the time I'm writing this review.