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The first Gintama movie was a disappointment for me. I wasn't going to watch this one after that, as the story was pretty much almost finished in the first movie, but, being a Oryu fan, and wanting to conclude the series, I picked this one and I was surprised. The second Gintama movie was actually really good. Sure, the CGI were disappointing, but, they were less this time around and they didn't bother me that much. The story was really good, with many fighting scenes and packed with action overall. The performances were good as well. So, eight out of ten.
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