A List of Best Movies About Greek Mythology, mythology and the world of the gods has been a fascinating subject for thousands of years. This list contains the best Greek mythology movies including Immortals, Troy, Clash of the Titans. Enjoy watching this list of Greek mythology films also this list is Greek mythology movies on Netflix.
Best Movies About Greek Mythology
|1. Immortals, 2011
King Hyperion disturbs the harmony of Greece when he hunts for a unique weapon which has the power to destroy mankind. Zeus tasks Theseus, a mortal, to bring the situation under control.
|2. Troy, 2004
A prince falls for a king’s wife and takes her along with him to Troy. The king’s brother then uses this as an excuse to wage war on Troy and realize his own selfish motives.
|3. Clash of the Titans, 2010
When Perseus discovers his celestial connections and that he is the son of Zeus, the human damage is inflicted upon the Gods and a conflict is created.
|4. Jason and the Argonauts, 1963
Jason, a young man seeking the magical Golden Fleece, sets on a voyage with a few of Greece’s best warriors. On their perilous journey, the heroes fight a hydra, a few harpies, and a skeleton army.
|5. Wrath of the Titans, 2012
Perseus sets out to rescue his father, who is deceived into captivity by his brother, Ares, and uncle, Hades. To do so, he must defeat Ares and Hades who have joined forces with the mighty Titans.
|6. Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, 2010
Percy, who suffers from dyslexia and ADHD, discovers he is a demigod and is accused of stealing Zeus’s lightning bolt. He must find the thief to settle the fight between the gods and save his mother.
|7. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, 2013
In order to uphold Thalia’s sacrifice, Percy decides to embark on a journey to the Sea of Monsters to find the Golden Fleece. Joining him is his half-brother Tyson and friends Annabeth and Clarisse.
|8. Clash of the Titans, 1981
The Greek myth of Perseus and Andromeda in a presentation of ancient Greece with mythological creatures like the winged horse Pegasus and the deadly Medusa whose glance turns people to stone.
|9. The Trojan Women, 1971
In the aftermath of the Trojan Wars, Queen Hecuba (Katharine Hepburn) takes stock of the defeated kingdom. Her son has been killed, and his widow, Andromache (Vanessa Redgrave), is left to raise their son, Astyanax (Alberto Sanz), alone. Hecuba’s daughter, Cassandra (Geneviève Bujold), fears being enslaved by her Greek masters, while Helen of Troy (Irene Papas) risks being executed. Astyanax also becomes the focus of the Greeks’ attention as the last male heir of the Trojan royal family.
|10. Hercules, 1997
Hercules, son of the Greek God, Zeus, is turned into a half-god, half-mortal by the evil Hades. Hercules discovers his immortal heritage and Zeus tells him to return to Mount Olympus.
|11. The Legend of Hercules, 2014
Hercules is sold into slavery by his stepfather. Unknown to him, he possesses extraordinary strength. He must use his powers to regain his lost kingdom.
|12. Hercules, 2014
Hercules travels to Greece with his five loyal companions to sell his services for gold. A warlord threatens the king of Thrace to destroy his kingdom. Worried, the king approaches Hercules for help.
|13. Black Orpheus, 1959
The romance of Orpheus and Eurydice, a popular mythic legend that has been retold in the beautiful love story of a taxi driver that ends up in a tragedy, during the carnival in Brazil.
|14. Medea, 1969
The powerful sorceress (Maria Callas) helps Jason (Giuseppi Gentile) steal the Golden Fleece and reclaim his throne, then enacts a gruesome revenge after he spurns her.
|15. Electra, 1962
When King Agamemnon returns from battle, he is slain by his wife, Clytemnestra (Aleka Katselli), and her lover. The king’s son, Orestes (Giannis Fertis), is sent into exile, and his daughter, Electra (Irene Papas), into mourning. Over the years, Electra’s hatred of her mother grows, and she bristles with the desire for vengeance. When she and Orestes are reunited, the siblings hatch a plot for revenge. But can they reconcile their need for justice with the act of matricide?