Percy Jackson is one of those books that I have been reading a lot of lately. Though I am not a huge fan of the Disney version the story of Jackson, the character he portrays, is truly one of the most interesting and well-researched characters that I have ever encountered. If you haven’t read the book, I highly recommend it. If you have read the book, I highly recommend reading the movie too.
I have always loved the Percy Jackson stories, but I have to say I loved the movies even more. The movie is just amazing. The first time I saw the movie I thought it was just a great movie. The second time, I was like, “Wow, I didn’t know it was like that.” It really is. The only thing that really bothered me in the movie was the ending.
I loved the movie, but I did wish that there was an ending in the book that was quite different. The movie ended with Black Jack escaping, but I wanted him to come back. There was a lot that I liked about this book, but I hated the ending for being so incredibly abrupt. It didn’t feel “just right” in the book.
The ending is the least of my problems with this book. I really did enjoy the movie, and I do think it is a really good movie, but it just feels off the last few times I’ve read it. The movie ending is just so abrupt that I found myself wondering how Black Jack did it during his escape.
It’s not the plot that I hated, but the ending. I really enjoyed Black Jack, but I just dont like abrupt endings. I have no problem with an ending like this that doesnt feel just right in the story, but the end was just very abrupt.
It’s just a shame that even the most well-written books end up in such abrupt and uninspired ways.
I’ve only just seen it, but I have a feeling that this is exactly what happens to Percy (and his friends) in the movie. The film ends too quickly for us to care about the characters we’ve grown to care about, but the ending is just so abrupt that I just felt like I was missing something. The movie did a much better job at capturing the feeling of the book, though.
Percy Jackson and his friends are supposed to be the most unlikely heroes of all, and the movie ends pretty quick. And that’s the way I feel about it, too. I can’t say that I’m surprised by the ending, but I feel like I was missing something. That’s the way I feel about this book, too. I think it’s just a shame that the characters just end up in such an uninspired way.
I’m not disappointed by the movie, but I feel like I missed out. Its a very interesting book, but I feel like the movie did a much better job at capturing the feeling of that book, too.
Yeah, most books are like that, too. But I personally think that the ending of Percy Jackson and the Olympians was a letdown. Its very weird and very unmemorable, but somehow its a bit of a letdown. It was just a boring, uninspired ending.