It's just Attack On Titan but they cut out the boring parts and put the action parts.
if you haven't watched Attack On Titan TV show and you won't waste you time on it i guess this is for you. but it's cuts the importent parts like character development and more ill say you should watch the orignal TV show and that's it. there is no more details we haven't got it's just the normal story but it's a lot more short.
it's not worth watching. if you want to watch the series agian watch this agian cuz you well get the best part of the sereis
(the action parts)
Just like the first movie, I'd say this one is very good, even though it doesn't offer much of anything new.
Since this movie is a recap of episodes 13-25, there isn't really any new reveals added to the plot. Although, there is an added scene from their training days that I feel adds a little bit of explanation to what happens later in the story and I believe it is movie exclusive.
The art and sound are same still. Nothing was downgraded from what the original show had. Different music was played during some of the scenes, but it still enhanced
the feeling the scene had.
There's nothing really new in the character department. There's only the little bit of information that the new scene adds, but it's not a whole lot.
Overall, I was very pleased with the film. Like the previous movie, this allowed me to see many of my favorite scenes again and have the same feeling of excitement while watching them. I've had it in my head for a while that it's pointless to watch recap movies. I can see now that it only applies if you didn't really like the original series. I'd recommend this movie, even if you just want to see some of the main scenes again.
The decision to put unsuitable, mediocre music on every single important scenes totally ruined the emotions the original TV version had. I'm serious, it is that bad.
Please heed my advice and watch the TV version instead.
And as usual, from 12/13 Anime TV episodes to a roughly 2 hours movie, they had to rush a lot of scenes which affects the pacing.
These are my scores for the movie. I give the story a 9, art 10, sound 1, character 9, enjoyment 5, overall 5. Because I don't judge this as a standalone, I compare it with the TV version and I really have to
point out the flaws and enlarge it.