Why did Kizu pt II flop? Are audiences tired of seeing capeshit?

Jace Robinson
Jace Robinson

Why did Kizu pt II flop? Are audiences tired of seeing capeshit?

Leo Wilson
Leo Wilson

Because splitting a movie into 3 parts is a retarded idea, no matter how you try spin it.

Nathaniel Ortiz
Nathaniel Ortiz

How did this "kizu flop XD" meme start?

Used to be kinda cute, but now it's just annoying since it's spammed in almost all Monog threads.

Dylan White
Dylan White

It's The Hobbit of anime

Landon Mitchell
Landon Mitchell

Initial D movies were alright.

Jacob Bell
Jacob Bell

They didn't simply split it, they also added shit filler.
The first movie was full of stretches like the metro scene

Michael Bell
Michael Bell

Because the movies are underperforming a whole lot. I mean they got A List freelancers working on the first two parts and they don't come cheap.
The fact that KyoAni's movie did more in its first weekend more than the 2 parts together did in their first weekend just adds insult to injury. It's kinda ironic actually that an otaku multibillion franchise would be outperformed by an award winning otaku hated manga.

Elijah Sanchez
Elijah Sanchez

Now that Monogatari is flopping, maybe they will finally work on more meguca.

Ryder Taylor
Ryder Taylor

I personally disliked the movies take on many scenes. The book was way better.

Brody Diaz
Brody Diaz

Looks like the monogatari series' milk is finally running out

Jeremiah Richardson
Jeremiah Richardson

Monogarbage flopped despite a steady stream of exposure. Madookie's last exposure was 3 years ago. Aniplex doesn't want to continue either at this point.

Evan Baker
Evan Baker

This plus delaying it for years, I don't know if it is Shaft or Aniplex responsibility but it was such a fuck up not releasing the movie when the popularity was at its highest.

Ian Kelly
Ian Kelly

Still made more money than all KyoAnus shit combined.

Eli Reed
Eli Reed

The movie isn't the issue, aniplex is.

No, it just seemed that way because there was no narration. Those "stretched" scenes were scenes from the novel with Araragi's narration.

Brayden Nelson
Brayden Nelson

Aniplex really doesn't seem to think much of it's fanbase and that it can get by releasing mediocre shit for popular franchises, splitting up movies that don't need to be split up for maximum gouging and relying exclusively on event tickets and benefits like the short novels they got Isin to draw for the movie. They also seem insanely fixated on the guy and Akio Watanabe as it pertains to their Shaft branch thinking getting them involved is the solution to everything.

It kind of works sometimes but it's not nearly the surefire thing they seem to think it is and at this rate all they're doing is devaluing various brands of late. For example KEY is basically worth nothing as an otaku friendly brand anymore and their lead character designer for forever is actually leaving the company now while Jun Maeda is dying or something. Lately half the people that have come into contact with or are heavily affiliated with their shows either seem to be ending up on hiatus due to "health" reasons or calling it quits and moving on to retirement or going freelance as well. Just lots of bad decisions overall.

More like they're afraid of continuing it without Gen Urobuchi and even his name doesn't hold the brand power it used to anymore. It looks like he's trying to finally move on from Aniplex affiliation for anime projects as well this year with Godzilla.

Gavin Butler
Gavin Butler

They probably still make back that money if their BD sales continue being strong for the other movies.

Jayden Turner
Jayden Turner

I read the fucking novel, that long metro part isn't in there. In the LN he simply meets Kissshot bleeding under a street light, some thoughts cross his mind and he saves her by letting her feed on his blood, everything happens pretty fast even in the LN, there was no need for that scene to be that long in the movie.

Benjamin Ross
Benjamin Ross

Oh the subway scene, I thought you were speaking in general of the overall quite scenes that seemed like nothing was happening.

Gabriel Taylor
Gabriel Taylor

Also the crying baby noises were obnoxious and unnecessary

Julian Bell
Julian Bell

I think they tried too much to be deep. I had to force myself to finish the movie even if I loved LN.

Mason Martinez
Mason Martinez

Continuing Madoka without the butcher is a death sentence. It will be bashed worse than P-P 2.

Ayden Lee
Ayden Lee

This.

Anne Frankly I think the skeptics are right in thinking it might turn out like PP2. Whether or not you like Gen, his absence will stick out like a sore thumb.

Alexander Russell
Alexander Russell

This is actually the most fitting description

Its fucking stupid they split it up into three movies

Those greedy jews

Blake Campbell
Blake Campbell

Aniplex especially likes to experiment in novel jewish scams. Imagine if they actually got away with it, other publishers would mimic them and we'll be getting more shittier movie adaptations.

Jeremiah Diaz
Jeremiah Diaz

You can't just release the beginning, middle and end of a movie separately, each nearly one year apart and then ask the consumer to pay 3x.

Jace Torres
Jace Torres

The metro scene exists in the novel, user.

Ryan Ross
Ryan Ross

If the first """"movie"""" is anything to go buy, they're not fucking movies at all

Aiden Garcia
Aiden Garcia

How long they were?

Grayson Brown
Grayson Brown

They run for 1 hour each. The novel should have adapted into one movie. Aniplex tried to milk it and failed hard.

Gabriel Bailey
Gabriel Bailey

Do you have the data about its profit?

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