Attack on Titan: Part 1
Director Shinji Higuchi (probably best known as the FX guy behind the 90's Gamera trilogy) brings Hajime Isayama's manga series, Attack on Titan, to life in the first of two live-action films.
In a post-apocalyptic future, humanity is enclosed within these large walls that keep colossal humanoid monsters from having a feast on the village folk but when the walls come a tumblin' down chaos ensues and nobody seems smart enough to actually know what to do about it.
It's obnoxiously loud, annoyingly over-acted, horribly shot and way too light on character development to make you give a rat's ass about these terrible folks. These supposedly sympathetic pretty-haired fools are so wrapped up in their own soap opera drama or stupidity they're constantly attracting the equally inane Titans to gobble them up whole and make you wish it'd be over with sooner.
1 tasty church folk out of 5