From the critics
QuotesAdd a Quote
(Meg) *upon meeting Hercules* SO...were you given a name along with all those rippling pectorals?
(Hercules) I...uh...um...*speechless* (Meg) *tightly smiles* Are you always this articulate?”
(Hercules) *finds his tongue* HERCULES!! *clears throat* My name is Hercules.
(Meg) *laughs* I think I prefer Wonder Boy.
(Meg) No chance, no way, I won't say it, no, no!
(Muses) You swoon, you sigh, why deny it, oh oh!
(Meg) It's too cliche, I won't say I'm in love!
Meg: "I'm a damsel. I'm in distress. I can handle this. Have a nice day."
Fabulous party. You know, I haven't seen this much love in a room since Narcissus discovered himself.
That play, that, that, that Oedipus thing?! Man! I thought I had problems!
Pain and Panic: "We are worms! Worthless worms!"
Hades: "All right, all right. Not to self: maim both of you after my meetings."
"We know everything, past, present, and future. Indoor plumbing's gonna be big."
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Depictions of the underworld (with ghosts swirling in the mix), as well as titans and other mythical monsters.
Age SuitabilityAdd Age Suitability
SummaryAdd a Summary
The incredibly strong son of Zeus is kidnapped by the minions of the underworld in an attempt to give Hades (the god of the udnerworld) ultimate power over Olympus. However, he becomes mortal and lives as the adopted son of an older rural couple who have to face the realization that their son is different and allow him to go forth on his own journey to become a hero and return to his rightful place with his father Zeus and mother Hera as a god. Hijinks ensue.