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Quand son père essaye de saboter le nouveau projet militaire, Elise deveint la cible de la police militaire. Heureusement, elle court vite. Tita la capitaine du Cha Cha Mura, décide de la protéger, elle et son secret : Le code d'accès d'une arme terrifiante. Elise et Tita réussiront-elles à échapper à leurs ennemis ?
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Remember the scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark where Jones is about to face a giant with a sword, then rather than fight him, Jones just pulls out a gun and shoots him? That unconventional not-what-you-expect touch made the move unique. A lot of the fights in Plastic Little are like that. That's why some people here are upset because rather than another set of big super-fights, the heroes/villains use guile and end it quickly. It's unconventional, but after seeing dozens of other animes, it's nice.
If you're not familiar with anime yet, I would suggest you pass this one up and get Tenchi Muyo, Birdy the Mighty, or Ah! My Goddess! The plot is much easier to follow in those animes. If you've seen a lot of anime, and are looking for something new, Plastic Little may be what you're looking for.
To be honest, I wasn't expecting much from "Plastic Little". I had heard different opinions about this one. One of the reasons I saw this anime was because at that time, I was feeling like a decent comedy/adventure. "Plastic Little" filled that hunger more than a snack, but less than a feast. One of its flaws was for me that it was too short. At one hour, some of scenes seemed to be too short, while some were too long. However, I enjoyed the animation which the was eye candy. It was beautifully animated. It helped me sit though certain scenes. The character designs are well done and interesting looking. The only character I disliked was Guizel. He bears a resemblance to Ashram from "Record of Lodoss War", save the hair color and a couple other things. He serves as the tall, unmerciful bad guy. Like most Anime fiends, he tries to dress in the faishonable black cape. To add to his little costume, he wears a big helmet that looks so heavy that it could probably crush his skull. His personality would have been much more satisfying if they had revealed more about his past. The Plot gave no idea at all to what his motive was for wanting to cause so much utter chaos, death, and destruction. But that doesn't mean all the characters were poor. With a couple of them, you'll probably become attached too them, while most of the supporting characters personalities seem as bland as cardboard. For example, Elysse was suprisingly not that annoying as most anigirls, (unlike the EXTREMELY obnoxious brat C-ko of "Project A-Ko" ), and her story was told slowly, and was very important to the plot. Elysse was one of those characters that you get attached to. But Mei, like most of the crew members, did not do anything that was particularly memorable.
The plot may be a little weak, but it's executed well enough to make it worthwhile and entertaining. The animation really added to the overall feel of the movie. You can tell it doesn't take itself seriously. I also enjoyed some of the action in this movie. The action packed bike chases are one of the high points of "Plastic Little". Certain parts are fast-paced and exciting. It's too bad that "Plastic Little" tends to surprise you in situations that seem calm, instead of attemping to build tension.
A note to parents: this movie has gratuitous upper body nudity. To some, this is a warning; to others, it is another reason to see the movie. It seems like the artists were a little preoccupied with womens chests. The worst scene was when Mei suggests Tita and Elysse should take a bath. As it turns out, the "bathing area" is more like a theme park. It consists of a bunch of water slides and swiming pools. However, Nichol, a male fellow crew member with a crush on Tita, tries to peep at Tita. Tita retaliates by electrocuting him. That's the most sexually oriented scene. The rest is just excessive nudity. While the nudity is related to the plot, expect to see plenty of skin when someone is shot or injured. Also, everyone in Tita's crew wears a skintight suit. The violence for "Plastic Little" wasn't that graphic, but a couple scenes are fairly grim. At one point, Guizel lifts up Tita and starts to fire a gun into her stomach. The scene may be fairly disturbing to young children. Another one of the worst scenes was when Tita blows a persons head open, but it's tastefully done, not hardly as messy as it sounds. Barely anything is shown. Also, at the very beginning, Elysse's father is shot up very badly, but, like when Tita blasts into the head, it's done tastefully and controlled. There is also profanity, which is quite frequent. They say sh*t, cr*p, and b*tch when they are frustrated.
In my opinion, the mature content of "Plastic Little" is a fairly low R. Trust me, Anime can get far worse.
Overall,I liked Plastic Little. After I viewed it,I showed it to two other people,who both enjoyed it. Visually,it was extremly impressive,but character wise,it lacked decent personalities.
Bottem line: Some of the characters have personalities as colorful as a little,
plastic,tupperware container,but tupperware has never been so well animated.
The good news is that the animation is VERY impressive, the drawings have a VERY charmy style.
The bad news is that the story is senseless and lack of emotion, despite of a good music. Many things are not concluded. Characters are plain, even Captain Tita. Solutions to get out from trouble are not realistic. Think about sort of "Captain Luke Skywalker" wearing a thin latex Tatooine suit that is bullet proof and outfitted with Batman's equipment, whose ship is like a heavily shielded Millenium Falcon that is used to capture animals for a zoo and it is capable to wipe out an entire armada of Star Destroyers. This Super Luke faces Darth Vader and the young man suddenly takes a blaster from nowhere and blow his enemy's face from the universe without allowing a challenge that demonstrates the power of the dark knight. Unbelievable, huh? Watch this movie and see how similar the story is.
Now the comments. This movie is a good excuse to see animated topless (bumping breasts). Topless are not necessary and they do not have an artistic sense. The relationship between Tita and Elysse (both are 16-17 year old girls) seems more like a romance than a friendship. There is a boy of the crew who just like Tita and he comes to a dead end with her, it seems that there could be something but that issue was unfinished unexplained and unexploited. The action is too fast, moving from a place to another. I think they tried to pack so much action and nudity that they forgot the story.
Think about this "movie" as a demo of related animations that last 50 minutes. If you want to purchase, go on warned. I regret it.
Sound. 3 stars. Good but not outstanding. It won't be the next Star Wars hit.
Story. 1 star. Too fast. No drama. Emotionless. Except for topless it is not quite interesting. Surprising solutions came from nowhere. Relationship between two main characters (both female) seem like an affair, not like a friendship.
Feeling. Just for rent. Perhaps it may worth the time due to drawings. But if you spend money... There are better things you may buy:
Superdimensional fortress Macross, Sol Bianca, Bubblegum crisis chapter 1 to 4, Wings of Honneamise.
If you see this movie on the shelves, leave it there and warn your friends.
Plastic Little has an imaginitive storyline that is fairly easy to pick up. The animation is cute if a bit odd (check out the girls' profiles! Their noses run straight into their mouths! it's cute, but odd). It is definately NOT for the kiddies, though. However, it is a wonderful film for comedy-action anime fans 15 and up!