Earth. The not too distant future. A city is miraculously reborn just sixteen years after being completely destroyed by a giant meteor. At the prestigious Graviton High School for Girls, two new students are introduced. A-ko and her ditzy sidekick, C-ko.
- Stars:Denica Fairman, Hirofumi Banba, Toni Barry, Jay Benedict, Julia Braams, Ted Cole, Tesshô Genda, Stacey Gregg, Daisuke Gôri, Megumi Hayashibara, Shûichi Ikeda, Sayuri Ikemoto, Miki Itô, Annemarie Lawless, Asami Mukaidono,
- Director:Katsuhiko Nishijima,
- Writer:Tomoko Kawasaki (screenplay), Yûji Moriyama (screenplay), Katsuhiko Nishijima (screenplay), Kazumi Shirasaka (creator)
Project A-ko is the typical love triangle of three school girls and their confrontations with aliens, giant robots, and women who look like burly men. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Project A-Ko torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: A free thinking agnostic who's fear of becoming a recruiting poster for the war, almost came true in his death. I had passed watching this movie up because of my preconceived notions it was going to be a "macho muscle head who who joined special forces to serve his steroid boosted ego and died in a tear jerking manor by friendly fire", I could have not been more wrong.
(es) wrote: A fairly charming and clever family film. Nothing special, but entertaining and endearing.
(ag) wrote: 3 friends getting caught in their own "switcheroo" routine... fun chick flick.
(gb) wrote: Funny and corny , but the movie is worth watching.
(ca) wrote: A beautiful and most eye opening film dedicated to many extinct and thousands waiting to become extinctk species of our world. It's now or never to save our species, most our children will never see. A sad reality of how alone the songbird sings, the last of his species never to mate again. Preservation needs to be our top priority, and I admire all involved who bring light to the immediate extinction plight. All species are important, and deserve our utmost attention in their preservation. I applaude "Racing Extintion," for bringing us such a beautifully documented film.