The story follows Eren Yeager and Mikasa Ackerman entering Titan Junior High, a school where humans and Titans study in the same area in coexistence. Because of a "traumatic" event, where ... See full summary »
A three episode web series based on the live-action film adaptations, 'Attack on Titan' and 'Attack on Titan: End of the World'. It features the same cast from the movies and tells a new ... See full summary »
Eren Yeager and others of the 104th Training Corps have just begun to become full members of the Survey Corps. As they ready themselves to face the Titans once again, their preparations are... See full summary »
Kato's (Ken'ichi Matsuyama) death changes Kurono's (Kazunari Ninomiya) view of life completely. He decides to keep fighting until he earns 100 points so that he can bring back Kato. GANTZ ... See full summary »
A continuation of the ongoing battle between the Scouting Regiment and the Titans. As the battle continues to unravel, Eren Jäeger, a soldier fighting the Titans for vengeance, is finding out an incredible secret that'll leave the whole Scouting Regiment confused, but unsure on what to do and if it's really Eren. Will the Scouting Regiment realize what he is and will they be able to stop the Titans?Written by
The first thing to say is that part one and two could have definitely been combined with a bit more tightening of the story since the first part dragged a little and this part is mostly set pieces that could have been shortened. While the first part had perhaps too much character work and not enough action, this part has the opposite problem, which could have probably been remedied if they had been combined, making a much better overall film.
Having said that, this part is probably more enjoyable for fans, but would make absolutely no sense if you somehow managed to watch it before part one and had no idea about the anime/manga. (I'm not sure who would actually do this, but it could happen!) The action and Titan fights are cool and there is enough crazy fun to keep the viewer engaged throughout, but again, without part one the plot makes only some sense and the stakes are completely lost without context.
Overall this part is the better of the two, but definitely needs the first to make it so. The two together are an adequate telling of the Attack on Titan story, although it definitely could have benefited from being a single movie.
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