"I can't live any longer."
A few years after the slaughter committed by the Heidelberg chapter of the Anti-Hippocratic Society (A.A.A.) is dismissed as some "crazy love-triangle murders", a promising young neurosurgeon (who cannot even wear a hairnet properly) is accepted into a medical school in Berlin. One evening, after casually performing an illegal brain surgery on a child, he catches the eye of the local AAA (who are really into body modifications) and asked to join. He does and receives calf implants to help with his soccer game. Super happy about his new ability to run fast while kicking a spherical ball, he's soon very sad when he finds out about the murder death kills his fellow AAA members are committing. But...he does manage to kick the backdoor off an ambulance at one point, so that's cool.
ANATOMY 2, much like the original installment, is oddly paced and strangely upbeat despite the gruesome subject matter. Those are not bad things though. I actually liked Part 2 better than Part 1. Improved story, mildly interesting characters, minor blood, zero gore, zero nudity, average acting, anemic lighting, amusing body modification angle, dated computers, lots of medical jargon, brief appearance by Franka Potente from the first film, slow pace, a dude showing off his boner skillz in the park, multiple soccer scenes, boring final act.
The soundtrack featuring music by Oasis, Suede, Manic Street Preachers and Primal Scream leads me to believe that ANATOMY 2 was geared (upon its release) towards a more youthful audience. If true, I find that to be amusing.
Anyway, as a horror film ANATOMY 2 is as weak as H.R. Pickens, but as an amusing timewaster...it does the job. I doubt there will be a Part 3 (or a reboot of the series), but if so, I'd totally watch it.