Alrighty, I'm gonna do a review of sorts of the Tokyo Ghoul movie, so if you plan on seeing it, and don't want it spoiled, then don't read it passed the next sentence. Over all it was pretty good, a solid 7 out of 10, there was some weird direction given to some of the actors and they had to cut or add some pretty important stuff that was cut, although most were necessary to fit the time limit.
Alright, now on to spoilers! For starters, unlike the anime, the opening scene takes place with Kaneki and Hide in Anteiku, rather than the the fight between Rize and Yamori, which felt disappointing, but understandable considering Yamori was cut out of the movie all together. Everything goes like it did in the anime though, however, when it gets to the point where Rize tries to eat Kaneki, that's when one of my minor problems with the movie show up. There is so much face licking in this movie, like, to an uncomfortable level xD A lot of stuff with tongues in general. Like when Kaneki is walking around the streets starving he has his fingers in his mouth and his tongue swirling around them, and it kinda makes it creepy that he's almost only staring at girls x3
That brings us to Nishiki, who was primarily there just for a little action in the middle of the movie. The fight between Kaneki and Nishiki doesn't take place in a parking structure either, it takes place in Nishiki's apartment, which was an odd choice, because it doesn't really make sense for Touka to be there in order to stop Kaneki from eating Hide, and it's never explained either xD They also say that Nishiki escaped, and that he could be back for revenge, but that's pretty much where his character ends in the movie, since Tsukiyama's character was also cut. Because of this cut however, the scene where Touka's friend brings her human food too eat at Anteiku, and the following scene where she forces her food down in the bathroom pretty much pointless. Her friend in general is kinda pointless too, considering she never plays into any of Touka's decisions, and no other character mentions her. It's not even established in the movie that she's human xP
Anyways, I forgot to mention that Ryouko and Hinami Fueguchi are already at Anteiku before Kaneki starts working there xP Anyways, the movie continues like the anime, the only difference being that Kaneki takes coffee beans to Dr. Fueguchi's grave so Hinami doesn't have to risk going outside, where he's spotted by the dorky inspector who ends up getting killed by Touka after Amon and Mado kill Ryouko. Oh yeah, they're in the movie and pretty much serve as the main antagonist's. They show up sparingly until after Nishiki is gone. Anyways, after Touka returns to Anteiku injured she and Kaneki have a training montage, after which is the final fight scenes between Touka and Mado, as well as Kaneki and Amon.
The fight scene between Touka and Mado goes pretty much like it did in the anime, with a couple of tweaks in order to fit the location. However, the fight between Kaneki and Amon was waaaayyyy different. They made Kaneki more bad ass in the movie instead of the sniveling wimp he was in the anime x3 For starters, when Amon is driving to help Mado, Kaneki runs at his car and jumps on the hood, crushing it, causing it to flip over, and slide into what I'm guessing is some kind of theater? Anyways, the fact that Kaneki is now nothing like he was in the anime kinda undercuts his entire character in general, which is sad. But at least we get a badass fight scene out of it xD Anyways, after the fight is pretty much over, and Kaneki has Amon pinned and is overwhelmed with hunger, he does this weird thing where he shakes his head back and forth laughing manically that made literally the entire audience laugh, I have no clue what the director was thinking xD Anyways, after that Kaneki goes to get Touka and Hinami and the movie ends with the gang all doing their thing at Anteiku x3
Like I said, the movie was pretty good. Questionable decisions were made, but over all I think it was worth the 2 hour drive x3