Do you plan to watch Attack on Titan: End of the world film? Or have you watched

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  1. Xhyniie profile image90
    Xhyniieposted 3 years ago

    Do you plan to watch Attack on Titan: End of the world film? Or have you watched it already?

    Attack on Titan anime is very popular. And right now, a film is out on cinemas. I had seen it's poster in cinemas here in Philippines. I also like it's trailer and amazed with  Haruma Miura's acting. But I haven't seen the whole film. If you had watched it, is it worth your money?

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  2. Jonas Rodrigo profile image80
    Jonas Rodrigoposted 3 years ago

    I don't plan to watch it in the cinemas because I don't believe those are worth their price. I will try to find a dvd or some copy of it when it's available, though, since I have heard that it's a very good movie.

  3. zaynali profile image61
    zaynaliposted 3 years ago

    Here in Pakistan I've not watched any poster of this movie. Here MI is on every cinema and houses are going full from last week: D hope to watch this one via DVD or Online.

    And recently I’ve checked on IMDB the movie has not been released yet.

  4. Link10103 profile image74
    Link10103posted 3 years ago

    Wasn't aware that it was out already honestly.

    I rarely go to the movies to begin with, and as much as I like AOT, live actions of any anime/game scare me. Go watch Dragonball Evolution and you might understand if you don't already...

    On the other hand, they announced the AOT game for consoles today, which I am excited about.

  5. cartoonhistorian profile image91
    cartoonhistorianposted 3 years ago

    Maybe when it comes out on Blu-Ray or through, *cough*, other means. I actually rather enjoyed the live-action Death Note films and I've heard good things about the Rurouni Kenshin films that came out recently, but I've also been burned on other live-action adaptations of manga series (namely ones I actually got to see in theaters), so I'll wait.

  6. bradmasterOCcal profile image29
    bradmasterOCcalposted 3 years ago

    Is this entertainment, I think not.
    I wouldn't go if they paid me, and gave me free drinks and popcorn.

  7. CYong74 profile image96
    CYong74posted 2 years ago

    I watched this the moment it was on, and I actually liked it. But that has a lot to do with reading reviews about it before hand and knowing what to expect.

    Sidenote. I hated the first one. Which was why I read reviews before watching part 2.

 
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