The humanity has been at war with different kinds of monsters for far too long, however, people are now used to it. For those who want to take part in this, there is a guild of adventurers, where everyone can accept a quest and fight monsters for a reward. Among all those monsters, goblins are believed to be the weakest creatures to fight, which makes rewards for killing them quite minimal. Being alone, goblins are easy to kill, since they are not smart and lack any strategy whatsoever. However, among these stupid creatures there are goblins that are much more powerful, smarter and deadlier than their small and foolish brothers. Together, they form a power that is able to trouble even experienced adventurers. The problem is that only a few understand it. Goblin Slayer, Orcbolg, or Beard-cutter is an underappreciated silver-ranked adventurer, who, for some reason, only accepts goblin-killing quests. What is his story?Written by
First off i want to say, that I'm a huge fan of the series. I've rewatched it a couple of times, and the movie starts off with a 30 minute recap of the anime. 95% of the people that are going to watch the movie are people who have seen the series, and have enjoyed it, so a 30 minute recap is just unnecessary, there are few extra comments from Priestess, but nothing important.
The movie itself starts off nice, the story seems interesting at first, but it really isn't. It's pretty generic and as much as i wanted to like this movie, it really doesn't do much. Yes there are some smart ideas from goblin slayer, and interesting battle tactics, but overall the movie seems really slow and short and the boss goblin was pretty bad also, like i prefer the goblin shaman from first episode of the series bad. If you really, really like the show, you will find some enjoyment in the movie like i did, but for everyone else it will probably be boring and bad.
IN SHORT: To me it feels like it's the worst arc from goblin slayer until now, but it still is goblin slayer, and if you love the show you will at the very least somewhat like the movie.
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