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Tokyo Ghoul (2017)

Tôkyô gûru (original title)
TV-MA | | Action, Drama, Fantasy | 29 July 2017 (Japan)
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A Tokyo college student is attacked by a ghoul, a superpowered human who feeds on human flesh. He survives, but has become part ghoul and becomes a fugitive on the run.

Director:

Kentarô Hagiwara

Writers:

Sui Ishida (manga), Ichirô Kusuno (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Brina Palencia ... Touka Kirishima (voice)
J. Michael Tatum ... Additional Voices (voice)
Colleen Clinkenbeard ... Ryoko Fueguchi (voice)
Monica Rial ... Rize Kamishiro (voice)
Amber Lee Connors ... Kaneki's Mother (voice)
Caitlin Glass ... Kimi Nishino (voice)
Eric Vale ... Nishiki Nishio (voice)
Lindsay Seidel ... Additional Voices (voice)
Luci Christian ... Additional Voices (voice)
Clifford Chapin Clifford Chapin ... Hideyoshi Nagachika (voice)
Tia Lynn Ballard ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Tia Ballard)
Jeannie Tirado ... Additional Voices (voice)
Mike McFarland ... Koutaro Amon (voice)
Austin Tindle Austin Tindle ... Ken Kaneki (voice)
Ricco Fajardo ... Additional Voices (voice)
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Storyline

In Tokyo, the shy student Kaneki Ken dates the girl Kamishiro Rize and while in a lonely park, she attacks him since she is a flesh-eater ghoul. Kaneki escapes but soon he learns that he has become a ghoul. He befriends a group of peaceful ghouls and tries to live his new life with them. However they are hunted down by relentless two police officers from the Ghoul Division in charge of eradicate ghouls from their district. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Humans are no longer at the top of the food chain. See more »


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Kentarô Hagiwara cites The Last Samurai (2003), Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) and District 9 (2009) as an influence on the film, describing them as "strong stories punctuated by action." See more »

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Version of Tokyo Ghoul: Re - Anime (2018) See more »

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Pretty Good -
29 April 2018 | by info-5918See all my reviews

While the general world is very similiar to the premise of the "vampire society living in our world" there are a few twists. The "Ghoul" society is a secret society that exists in our world, and eat humans. However, we take the side of the Ghouls in this story against the human police organisaiton that hunts them down. The Ghouls themselves are split into sectors, and fight each other.

The world developed is an interesting one, and very Japanese. Acting is very good, as are the special effects. Overall, a pretty interesting film, really not pure horror or action film, but a touch of both. The confusion of the main character, who spends most of the film trying to come to grips with what he is, is a nice major plotline. In this film, its the Ghouls that seem to have the humanity, not the humans. If you like vampire cinema, Japanese movies, horror, or science fiction, you will definitely like this.


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Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

29 July 2017 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Tokyo Ghoul: The Movie See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$5,060,120
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Geek Sight, Shochiku See more »
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2.39:1
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