As the battle ends, both sides mourn their soldiers, we as audience mourn along with them as does the sea. You cannot help feel sorry for the Japanese soldiers who did not expect the ambush by their enemy and lose their lives for their country.
Unlike the first part, this film lacks the surprise factor and often feels a bit rough around the edges, however the body swapping antics help deliver just as many laughs, hence why I have chosen to give it 6.5 out of 10. Can this winning formula help deliver the numbers again remains debatable. The audience are given to believe that a further installment is in the works due to a post credits sequence.