from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A huge sea monster in Norwegian legend.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A fabulous Scandinavian sea monster, often represented as resembling an island, but sometimes as resembling an immense octopus.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A mythical sea-monster said to appear at times off the coast of Norway.
It's hard to properly dramatize, say, the domestic effects of Dad's bank overdraft when a giant writhing kraken is levelling the city.
Perseus insists he wants to defeat a dread monster called the kraken, as a man, not a god, which like the rest of this movie is a bit of wishful thinking.
Davey Jones, is in danger of being destroyed by a giant sea creature called a kraken and has landed on an island of cannibals who have made him their god.
The kraken was a monstrous magic weed whose stems and branches were tentacles.
Max yee, i am excited to see this after re-watching the original which i still like, although i think this kraken kinda looks like a retard
If I'm looking for a rendering of the kraken at a size and resolution to make me crap my pants ... well, yeah, I'm going to see it in a theatre.
Damn same, i thought the kraken scene would kick ass in 3d.
View Comments kor this is gonna be a great movie, it looks better than the original. the kraken looks awesome!!!!! blog comments powered by Disqus
Clearly, lines like “kill the kraken” are all very important lines and those characters are there.
I have no issues with a 3D kraken and neither should you or anyone else on this planet.
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