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Kat W (br) wrote: Loved this. Very cool. Lots of things to contemplate. interesting outlooks and views.
Sean W (fr) wrote: All the elements for a good shoot-em up anime film are here. I admit I rarely watched the series on Cartoon Networks' Toonami so my feelings for the characters aren't on the same level with the fans I saw in the screening with. It's got good action, guns, heroines, mechs, great drawings and good layouts and great colors to keep the action flowing. Basically a teenagers' dream film come true. While there's not too much to differentiate from films like Cowboy Bebop or the greatest of Miyazaki's films, it does it well with likable characters and fast pacing.I was a bit puzzled with my screening of the movie as when I saw it in theaters it was presented via a Blu-ray disc and not film. While Blu-ray looks clear on the big screen it has years to match the sharp look of film (but shows how dangerously close home media is). Definitely give this one a look.
Diana V (us) wrote: very realistic... ^_^
Alex M (es) wrote: Awesome look into the making of a movie that never became. I really feel for true artists like Terry Gilliam that have to go through these logistical and nightmarish obstacles to do the project they really feel passionate about. In addition to seeing the passionate side of Gilliam, you also see the unflattering side of Gilliam, that of the childish, angry side when he doesn't get what he wants. Very often he throws his foot and (hat) down, and throws a temper tantrum, which does get a little uncomfortable. Perhaps that may be a reason why he didn't get more support in his endeavors, and why many of his dream projects become, that, unfinished dreams. It's a raw and interesting look inside the making of a movie, and with interviews with actors, production people, and the like, you get a real sense of how hard it is to get a project from start to finish, and just how difficult it becomes once the gears start moving.
Tommy E (ru) wrote: Absolute masterclass!!
John Y (fr) wrote: Though the material the film is based on is sheer gold, the disjointed storyline and ridiculously clipped pace makes it nearly unenjoyable.
Andrew G (au) wrote: Visually entertaining and dripping with potential, but the plot itself never seems to come together despite the excellent performances by Depp and Holm.
Lee M (ag) wrote: After watching Lee Tamahori's failed, cameo-studded attempt at neo-noir, one can only wonder how it attracted such an interesting array of talent.