Heavy Metal 2000

Heavy Metal 2000

By George Ungar

  • Genre: Anime
  • Release Date: 2000-10-17
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 1h 27min
  • Director: George Ungar
  • Production Company: Helkon Media AG
  • Production Country: Canada, Germany
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
From 42 Ratings


This sequel to Heavy Metal is a high-octane science fiction adventure concerning a beautiful young woman named Julie who vows vengeance on a ruthless tyrant after he destroys her planet. As with the first film, the stunning visuals are backed by a stellar soundtrack.




  • This sequel is terrible! πŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘Ž

    By freddie the frog
    This sequel to "Heavy Metal" is really bad. The first one was very excellent and this one will never come close to the first one. πŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽπŸ˜‘πŸ˜‘πŸ˜‘
  • Face palm

    This movie was a major disappointment. It will never even come close to the original
  • Pathetic

    By The Rigger
    This is the dumbest film I may have ever seen. Shame on them for capitalizing on the β€œHeavy Metal” name. I gave it one star because I can’t give it zero stars. Save your ten bucks.
  • It was okay, but....

    By ClusterRobot790
    .....they could have done better. Same old evil green glow, different crystal, yawn. Before I watched this movie I was hoping for a more original plot with new ideas. The animation was excellent anyways!
  • Heavy Metal 2000

    By NonViableVenus
    I cannot comparatively praise or criticize which areas delivered or lacked only having seen Heavy Metal 200, but feel it failed to deliver on multiple levels. Noticing several moments of oversexualization which may have been injected to be humorous, but instead become borderline grotesque. With a storyline and chain of events so farfetched no one will ever be expected to take it seriously, stipulating Heavy Metal was painfully superior. Julie focuses on revenge with a chip on her shoulder; I never particularly became emotionally invested. In all reality she was a generic model of a fierce heroin, but lacked depth which ultimately eroded her appeal. Every aspect of this film ample for commentary leaves me feeling soiled; it certainly did not meet my sanguine expectations.
  • An OK movie

    By G.Stevens
    The reason the first Heavy Metal movie isn't being sold isn't because of any song copyright problems (they sell the soundtrack to it here after all) so it has to be the folks who made it don't want it sold through this medium. As for this movie I guess somebody thought this would translate well to film. Myself I've seen some stories that would have done better.
  • Awesome!

    By BizarroDrake
    I don't know what everyone else is crying about, this was a really awesome movie! I kinda felt like it reflected my generation (born in 1981), especially with the soundtrack. The first Heavy Metal was awesome and all but 2000 takes out the laid back stoner music of the 70's and really makes it true to its name! Plus the story line is really cool!
  • Ok but NOWHERE as good as 1st

    By The emrologist
    They really need to bring the first one! But I think the reason they cant is because of the copyrights for all the songs.the bands are no longer together. They need permission or something of the like. But I'll cross my fingers as long as they'll hold (1st movie 5stars)
  • I want the original !!!

    By OneImaginaryBoy
    The original is so much more BETTER!
  • Heavy disappointment is what this is!

    By sandjkilcran
    Nothing will compare to the original! Sell that one........