Attack on Titan: Part 2 (2015)

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  • Release Date:  2015
  • Genre:  Giant Monster
  • Director:  Shinji Higuchi
  • Screenwriter:  Hajime Isayama, Tomohiro Machiyama, Yûsuke Watanabe
  • Cast & Crew: Haruma Miura, Hiroki Hasegawa, Kanata Hongô, Kiko Mizuhara, Takahiro Miura, Nanami Sakuraba, Satomi Ishihara, Pierre Taki, Jun Kunimura, Satoru Matsuo, Haruka Miura, Nana Seino

Attack on Titan: Part 2 (2015)Rating:

  • Eloise = 6 / 10;
  • Raoul = 5 / 10;
  • IMDB = 4.8 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 3.5 / 10

Attack on Titan: Part 2 (2015) Synopsis:

Survivors from the first titan attack organize themselves to puts an end to the titan threat and regain their freedom altogether.

Attack on Titan: Part 2 (2015) Review:

Starting the movie exactly where Part 1 left it, Attack on Titan Part 2: End of the World is the second half of a two movies story inspired from the manga series of the same name (well, Shingeki no Kyojin in Japanese).

I found Part 2 really different from Part 1. The first part focused on the titan invasion and featured a huge amount of ultra-creepy, giant creatures invading a futuristic city and devouring people alive in a massive bloodbath. Part 2, in contrast, is all about the characters’ story, at the expense of the titans themselves. The concept of human transforming into giant beasts is a nice one – but the overall story is a little lame, somehow similar to your average teen-targeted action movies like The Maze Runner or Hunger Games franchise, except with an Asian/manga twist.

There is plenty of action, but a lot less violence and horror scenes. The first Attack on Titan really shocked for how brutal and disturbing it was, but this one is the complete opposite. You should still watch it if you’ve enjoyed the first movie, for it makes a decent story altogether. Yet, I think horror fans (and so Horror on Screen’s audience) will be disappointed.


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