Mardock Scramble: The Second Combustion (2011)

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Mardock Scramble: The Second Combustion (2011). 1h 4m | TV-MA

“Without having seen the first movie in this trilogy, I sat down to watch the second installment. I didnu0026#39;t know what it was about, and I didnu0026#39;t know what I was in for. But usually Japanese animations tend to be interesting if not somewhat odd.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eu0026quot;Mardock Scramble: Second Combustionu0026quot; (aka u0026quot;Marudukku sukuranburu: Nenshouu0026quot;) however turned out to be anything but interesting or entertaining. First of all, the storyline was basically and quite honestly just downright pointless. There was no contents to the story and it was just a monotonous pacing without any goal or direction.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe characters in u0026quot;Mardock Scramble: Second Combustionu0026quot; were every bit as boring and pointless as the storyline was. So you didnu0026#39;t really root for anyone here, nor did you bond with anyone, or much less care about what happened to them.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI didnu0026#39;t even make it all the way to the end of this animation, before I gave up out of sheer and utter boredom. There was literally nothing compelling about this movie, aside from the style of the art and drawing. But that was hardly nowhere near enough to make up for the many other shortcomings that u0026quot;Mardock Scramble: Second Combustionu0026quot; had.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI am sure that there are fans for this trilogy. And perhaps I made the mistake of getting into the middle of everything. But this turned out to be anything but entertaining. But given the lack of anything interesting in this second part of the trilogy, chances are slim to none that I will take any interest in watching the first part.”


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