Tokyo Ghoul (Tôkyô gûru) (2017)
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Critic Reviews for Tokyo Ghoul (Tôkyô gûru)
Stylishly decorated and generating all-important sympathy for a character living precariously in two worlds, director Kentaro Hagiwara's feature debut gets the drama right but is let down by visual effects that are sometimes unconvincing.
The effects are a bit ropey, but everything else is just slick enough for a franchise.
Tokyo Ghoul definitely captures the spirit of the manga and fans are likely to enjoy it. For all its imperfections, it's a likeable film with plenty of energy and verve.
While not flawless, TOKYO GHOUL is an entertaining, rollicking ride that doesn't disappoint die-hard fans of the original manga series and anime, or those simply looking for a fun night at the movies.
Audience Reviews for Tokyo Ghoul (Tôkyô gûru)
Hollow and shallow, Tokyo Ghoul fails to bring a cinematic interpretation of its source material, instead bringing to life an uninspiring story that boasts no structure and simply goes on until the screen fades to black. This is a film that will be frustrating to watch if a fan and will be unsucessful to lure in new fans.
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