Cowboy Bebop: The Movie [Blu-ray] [Import anglais]
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Mars. Days before Halloween 2071. Villains blow up a tanker truck on Highway One, releasing a deadly virus that kills hundreds. Fearing a bigger, even more devastating biochemical attack, an astronomical reward is offered for the arrest and capture of the person behind the destruction. On the spaceship "Bebop," Spike Spiegel and his crew of bounty hunters (Jet Black, Faye Valentine, Ed and Ein) are bored and short of cash. But with the news of the reward everything changes. Based on the wildlypopular TV series, "Cowboy Bebop," the big screen smash COWBOY BEBOP: THE MOVIE pits Spike and Co. against their deadliest adversary ever. Featuring stunning, state-of-the-art animation, this action-packed sci-fi adventure builds to a breath-taking, nail-biting climax, guaranteed to keep you hanging on the edge of your seat.
Marte, 2071. I terroristi hanno fatto scoppiare un camion facendo fuoriuscire un virus che ha ucciso centinaia di persone. Per la cattura del mandante dell'attentato viene offerta una ricompensa astronomica: l'equipaggio di cacciatori di taglie della nave spaziale Bebop non aspettava altro! --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.Voir l'ensemble des Description du produit
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If you have not seen the series, stop and do that now.
This movie places it in the time line some were near the middle of the series even though it is not said were. It gives you a little bit more Cowboy Bebop should you be left wanting more after watching the series, as most of us were. This follows the same style the series did but with improved visuals.
If you liked the series, grab this, you will not be disappointed.
The story focuses on a bounty hunter Spike Spiegel, who is a swanky dressed fella ( not as swanky as DOG the bounty hunter of course), and his crew. The setting of the movie takes place on a terra-foremed Mars, which looks pretty much like New York City. And even though it is set in the future, people still wear shirts and paints ( not neon jumpsuits) and shoot guns ( not disruptor rays).The movie focuses aroung stopping a terrorist plot, which is relevant to today, and very believable. I personally think that the futuristic, yet believable, setting made this movie appealing to me.
The drawing and the animation are quite awesome as well. I really like the depiction of everyday street scenes in the intro, credits, and other montages: this made the movie seem more believable in a way. Another cool thing about this film (for those of us of a western/ english speaking persuasion) is the english soundtrack that plays throughout the movie (which is also present in the Japanese original). We don't get any high pitched J-POP anthems, common to many other anime films, that I could do without, with. The soundtrack has a rocky/indie vibe to it, which I think fits the setting and tone of the movie pretty well.
I am not an anime fan, for the most part, but when it is done well, this medium delivers the kind of cinema, that cannot be attained by any other medium. I think all anime fans will like this movie, and for the person who just wants to test the waters, this movie is a good place to start. I do not think anyone will be dissapointed with this movie, and check out the series as well, if you like it.
The movie is back from 2001 and includes the same voice cast as the series -- it's a very fun and enjoyable film for fans of the series. The other reviews will go more into the story -- this is a review of the Blu-Ray.
The Blu-Ray comes in at a budget price, which isn't always a good sign, and at first glance it's easy to see where stuff is "missing". All of the original extras from the DVD are gone (the DVD included 6 Behind the Scenes features, music videos, art galleries, storyboard comparisons, character profiles and trailers). The Dolby 5.1 tracks (english/japanese) are also gone, replaced with LPCM Stereo (2.0) tracks instead. There is no 5.1 mix included on the Blu-Ray.
VIDEO: The clarity varies a bit throughout - some scenes look much better than others, but for a budget release it looks very nice. It does have a lot of grain (unlike newer Anime titles being released), which at least means they didn't use digital noise reduction on it (which affects the clarity as well). It doesn't "pop" like a lot of the newer TV series' and movies on Blu-Ray, but it does a good job.
AUDIO: While disappointing that the 5.1 mixes are gone, the 2.0 mix is good. It loses a lot of the surround effects you get with a dedicated 5.1 system, but it was better than I was expecting from a stereo mix.
Overall - It's a great movie at a great price. Video is improved over the DVD, while the audio is a bit questionable (it is lossless, but only 2 channel). The lack of any extras is disappointing, but somewhat acceptable considering it's a budget title. Even owning the DVD, I feel it's worth picking the blu-ray up.