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Attack on Titan is a gore fest without the visual impact of its predecessor.
The inconceivable has occurred: the second part of the live-action adaptation of the ultra popular manga and anime is even worse than the first part.
Extreme violence, bloodshed are center stage in hit anime.
Often, a follow-up movie suffers from a lack of surprise as the direction it is headed is already signposted in the earlier installment. Impressively, Titan's Part 2 still has some intriguing cards up its sleeve.
When the action finally does resume, the climactic battle resembles [a not-too-expensive] episode of Ultraman, as men in rubber suits duke it out against miniature sets and green-screen FX.
The actors are self-conscious and dreadful, but their fringes are undeniably impressive, and the film has a schlocky B-movie appeal, propelled by terrific special effects ...
If the story is somewhat interesting, it's ruined by awful, flat characters and weak justifications for their actions.
An epic adventure filled with eye-popping lunacy!
Some good moments, but they're few and far between. This should never have been two films.
'Attack on Titan .Part 2: The End of the World' continues straight up from where Part 1 left off. In addition to that I wouldn't recommend it unless you've seen the previous film as well as the mini-series 'Attack on Titan: Counter Rockets' which actually feels more like filler scenes removed from a much more larger film that comprises these cinematic two-parter films. Coming to a complete circle, this film genuinely feels like an adaptation that can stand on it's own grounds without having to rely too much on its manga counterpart. The plot is also a lot more exciting and thrilling as the film progresses through its independent scenario. The film also contains some great sets, costumes and make-up even if for some most part the effects are cheesy but effective especially in the world it creates as to what type of Blockbusters the Japanese make in this day and age. Nonetheless it is an entertaining action flick (that must be essentially seen in two parts as well as the mini-series) worthy of a cult following just as much as it's anime and manga. TINY SPOILER: "It's worth staying round til the end of the credits.
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