yeah i do think that the first probably shouldnt of had a sequel but if you watch BR 2 and dont think of the first one and dont try to compare it and also look deeper into what Kinji was trying to say then it is a good film in its own right.
“Once upon a time, i spent my youth in the burned-out rubble created by adults. Today across the oceans, burned-out rubble proliferates by the day, and the hell fires of bombs, dropped in the name of ‘justice’, ravage the next generation. It is always the children who are sacrificed. What can i leave the children of my country, blessed as they are with everything but hope?”
In this way i think that BR 2 was a good film cause Kinji made it for a strong and applicable reason.
Plus the anti-american stuff was kind of fun lol not that i have anything against americans, dont take offense
(aside Kitano, who does an excellent cameo) [/quote]
dont get me started on Takeshi Kitano, i am so obsessed with him!!!