Ghost in the Shell 2.0
Action • 2008 • 1 hr 25 min
I loved the movie and the soundtrack. A great anime I recommend to anyone interested in amine and/or sci-fi.
a great movie. I prefer the first one over this one but it's good none the less
Version 1 and 2 doesn't differ on plot. Just that i like the first version's animations more.
Passez votre chemin, préférez l'original. Cette version 2.0 est affreuse et propose une animation CG horrible.
I love everything GotS and it's significant contributions to cyberpunk, but skip the bad 2.0 CGI and watch the original release.
Worthy clean up of the original, even if not needed
It's Ghost in the Shell with added effects. They're unnecessary and take away from some of the magic of it's original animation.
A shame because this could have been a good film
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