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Attack on Titan: Crimson Bow and Arrow

2014 1h 59m Action Fantasy Anime List
Reviews 94% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings A young man vows to eliminate giant humanoid creatures that feed on human flesh. Read More Read Less

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matthias s "Attack on Titan: Crimson Bow and Arrow" is an absolute rollercoaster of a ride for both seasoned fans and newcomers to the series. The soundtrack is nothing short of top-tier, adding an extra layer of intensity to the epic battles and emotional moments. The animation quality is superb, and it's no surprise that this is often considered a superior anime. However, there's a catch. This movie, as entertaining as it is, falls short on the originality front. It's essentially a recap of what you've seen before if you've watched the series. There's nothing new or different to sink your teeth into. On the bright side, the pacing is spot on, and the action sequences are a sight to behold. You can't help but root for every character as they face the Titans. Despite its shortcomings in original content, "Crimson Bow and Arrow" still manages to hook you from start to finish. It's a great way to relive the excitement of "Attack on Titan," but don't expect any groundbreaking surprises. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 11/15/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis A young man vows to eliminate giant humanoid creatures that feed on human flesh.
Director
Tetsuro Araki
Producer
Yôko Furukawa
Production Co
Production I.G., Kôdansha, Pony Canyon Inc.
Genre
Action, Fantasy, Anime
Original Language
Japanese
Runtime
1h 59m