A very mixed bag. It's got quite a profound message to deliver - that negativity and those getting off on fighting it are sides of the same coin. When all that matters is caring for each other. Pity that the person that got hold of it after that (in keeping with most sequels) couldn't muster enough confidence not to massively over overplay the visuals and the frequency of the action. Whatever happened to telling a story? Do the studios imagine that kids can't enage with stuff without trying to hypnotise them and fry their brains??
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