Paper: An Analysis of the Three Archetypes in the Movie Clash of the Titans

This is a sign Ammon is smart in knowing Pegasus always comes to drink from the special spring. This shows that Perseus is strong and determined, for he tamed the wild horse. Lastly, Queen Cassiopeia is punnished by Theteus when saying her daughter Andromeda is more beautiful than Theteus herself. Theteus says all of Joppa will be destroyed unless Andromeda is chained to a rock to be taken by the Kraken as a virgin. It is clear to everyone and as well as Cassiopeia that nobody shall doubt the beauty of Theteus. It is obvious that Queen Cassiopeia misjudged Theteus when saying Andromeda is more beautiful. Loss of innocence can result in ones demise or one colonys demise but can change the future as well. The third archetype existing in Clash of The Titans is the God-Teacher archetype. This archetype consists of teaching others skills and knowledge as well as being caring to those being taught. For instance, Zeus tells the other gods that Caliboss behaviour and actions are not acceptable and that he must be punnished for them. Zeus is angry at Calibos for hunting and killing the sacred heard of winged horses. Zeus will punish anyone that behaves in ways unacceptable to his expectatations as a god. In addition, Ammon is aware that the gifts given to Perseus by the gods have vast importance for this reason he explains to Perseus that he must go ahead with his mission to win the princess. Perseus is one who is praised and trusted by the gods to accomplish his feats. This is a reminder that the gods wish for Perseus to succeed. Finally, Zeus explains to Perseus that his gift of the shield will one day guard his life. After hearing this Perseus knows he should take extra care of his gift, the shield. Zeus knows Perseus will face danger in the future and he wants to warn Perseus of this danger as well as make sure he holds on to the shield. Teaching and pointing others in the right directions proves to be very important....