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Supervising Director : Katsuhiro Otomo. Director of Photography : Katsuji Misawa. Executive producer : Sawako Noma Shigeru Watanabe. Assistant Chief Animator : Koji Morimoto. Layout : Kiyomi Tanaka Takashi Watabe.
Music Director : Takafumi Muraki. Music Editing : Hiruhiko Ono. Music Recording Engineer : Kei-ichoro Yoshioka. Original Music : Shoji Yamashiro. Production Coordination : Ken Tsunoda. Sound Effects Foley : Toyo Onkyo. Sound Recording Architect : Keiji Urata. Sound Recording Director : Susumu Aketagawa.
Sound Recording Producer : Tokuyu Shimoda. Special Effects Artist : Takashi Maekawa. Special Effects Backgrounds : Noriko Takaya. Mami Koyama as Kei. Nozomu Sasaki as Tetsuo Shima. Masaaki Ohkura as Yamagata. Takeshi Kusao as Kai. Tatsuhiko Nakamura as Takashi No. Yuriko Fuchizaki as Kaori. Hiroshi Ohtake as Nezu. Kayoko Fujii as Girl A. Kazumi Tanaka as Army. Masami Toyoshima as Girl B.
Michihiro Ikemizu as Committee I Inspector. Animation Production : Tokyo Movie Shinsha. Background Art : Baku Production Y. Key Animation : Telecom Animation Film. Music Production : Victor Entertainment. Photography Cooperation : Trans Arts Co.
Executive producer : Yosuke Kobayashi Animaze dub. Adaptation : L. Michael Haller Streamline dub. Planning : Hideki 'Henry' Goto Animaze dub. Production Supervision : Susie Nixon Funimation. Project Manager : Danielle Ste. Just Animaze dub. Re-Recording Assistant : Shane T.
Keller Animaze dub. Script Supervision : Julie Phelan Streamline dub. Sound Engineer : Vic Radulich Streamline dub. Subtitle Timing : David Fleming Animaze dub. Telecine Colorist : Mark Nakamine Animaze dub. Deanna Morris as Kei Streamline dub. Jimmy Flinders as Shotaro Kaneda Streamline dub. Joshua Seth as Tetsuo Shima Animaze dub. Stanley Gurd Jr. Cody MacKenzie as Masaru Takashi. Dylan Tully as Yamagata Animaze dub. Georgette Rose as Kaori Animaze dub. James Lyon as Colonel Animaze dub.
Lewis Arquette as The Doctor Streamline dub. Melora Harte as Kiyoko Streamline dub. Robert Wicks as Ryu Animaze dub. Sandy Fox as Kiyoko Animaze dub. Simon Isaacson as The Doctor Animaze dub. Steve Kramer as Ryu Streamline dub. Tony Sarducci as Kai Animaze dub.
Travis Weaver as Masaru Animaze dub. Bambi Darro as Groupie 2 Animaze dub. Bob Papenbrook as Councilman Animaze dub. Christy Mathewson as Gang Member Animaze dub. Dan Martin as Councilman Animaze dub. Doug Stone as Council Member Animaze dub.
Frederick Bloggs as Principle Animaze dub. Gordon Baer as Council Member Animaze dub. George C. Ivan Buckley as Bartender Animaze dub. Jackson Daniels as Bonfire Speaker Animaze dub. Jean Howard as Groupie 1 Animaze dub. Jessica Gee as Secretary Animaze dub. Jonathan C. Michael Reynolds as Mr. Nezu Animaze dub. Michael Sorich as Councilman Animaze dub. Pee Jay Lee as Groupie 3 Animaze dub. Ray Michaels as Mr. Reba West as Female Newscaster 2 Animaze dub.
Robert Axelrod as Shimazaki Animaze dub. Sparky Thornton as Researcher Animaze dub. Hatch as Researcher 2 Animaze dub. William Frederick as Miyako Animaze dub. Adam Sholder Animaze dub. Barbara Larsen Streamline dub. Brad Wurst Streamline dub. Burt Walter Streamline dub. Chloe Thornton Animaze dub. Christopher Joyce Animaze dub. Christopher Mathewson Streamline dub. Christy Mathewson Animaze dub.
Cody MacKenzie Animaze dub. Dan Martin Animaze dub. David Umansky Animaze dub. Deanna Morris Streamline dub. Detroit Louie Animaze dub. Dougary Grant Animaze dub. Ethan Murray Animaze dub. Frederick Bloggs Animaze dub.
Guy Pinkham Animaze dub. Harold Muckle Animaze dub. Henry Douglas Grey Animaze dub. Jackson Daniels Animaze dub. Jean Howard Animaze dub. Jessica Gee Animaze dub. Jim Taggert Animaze dub. Jim Warrington Streamline dub. Joe Romersa Animaze dub. Josil Fernhardt Animaze dub. Julie Phelan Streamline dub. Kurt Wimberger Animaze dub. Lee Kelso Animaze dub. Lewis Lemay Streamline dub. Lex Lang Animaze dub. Lisa Tarulli Animaze dub.
Marilyn Lane Streamline dub. Matt 'Masamune' Miller Animaze dub. Matthew Hustin Animaze dub. Michael McConnohie Animaze dub. Michael Sorich Animaze dub. Mike Lembaw Animaze dub. Mona Marshall Animaze dub. Pee Jay Lee Animaze dub. Peter Lee Animaze dub. Reba West Animaze dub. Richard Plantagenet Animaze dub. Russel Thor Animaze dub. Sam Strong Animaze dub. Sparky Thornton Animaze dub. Streamline dub. Steve Kramer Animaze dub. Ted Rae Animaze dub. Tony Mozdy Streamline dub.
Tony Sarducci Animaze dub. Hatch Animaze dub. Watney Held Streamline dub. William Frederick Animaze dub. High Definition Center. Dubbing : Animaze Electric Media, Inc. Subtitles : Captions, Inc. Q-Tec Blu-ray release. Alexandre Gillet as Tetsuo. Barbara Tissier as Kei. Pierre Hatet as Le Colonel. Georges Caudron as Consul 2. Gilbert Levy as Ryu.
Jean-Claude Sachot as Barman Miyako. Pierre Tessier as Yamagata. Rodolphe Schacher as Yamagata. Yves Barsacq as Monsieur. Distributor : Dybex Manga Video France. Dubbing Director : Love Santini Mexico. Recording engineer : Marc Arambudo 3rd.
Benjamin Rivera as Tetsuo Mexico. Enric Puig as Shotaro Kaneda Valencian dub. Eva Bau as Kei Valencian dub. Irwin Daayan as Kaneda Mexico. Jorge Tejedor as Tetsuo Shima Valencian dub. Laura Ayala as Kei Mexico. Alberto Trifol as Takashi No. Anna Romano as Masaru No.
Armando Coria as Yamagata Mexico. Benja Figueres as Kai Valencian dub. Claudi Domingo as Kai Catalan dub. Dario Torrent as Yamagata Valencian dub. Emilio Freixas as Masaru No. Francesc Fenollosa as Dr. Onishi Valencian dub. Kalimba Marichal as Takashi Mexico. Lola Oria as Kiyoko No. Marc Zanni as Yamagata 2nd dub. Mari Carmen Giner as Masaru Valencian dub. Mario Sauret as Coronel Mexico. Mayte Supervia as Kiyoko No. Montserrat Roig as Kiyoko 'No. Olga Supervia as Takashi No.
Oriol Rafel as Roy Catalan dub. Ricardo Mendoza as Kai Mexico. Rossy Aguirre as Kyoko Mexico. Salvador Delgado as Ryu Mexico. Sergio Capelo as Colonel Shikishima Valencian dub. Amadeu Aguado as Mitsuru Kuwata Catalan dub. Carme Canet as Girl Catalan dub.
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Toni Solanes Spain dub; Manga Films. ADR Production : M. Dubbing : Q. Mexico Mexican Dub. Lever Spain dub, Catalan dub. Theatrical Distribution : Cinemark Colombia. Dubbing Director : Stefano Santerini dub. Translation : Ruben Baita dub. Dialogues : Lina Zargani dub. Director Administration : Anna Rita Marcedula. Dubbing Engineer : Gabriele Castaldi dub Editorial Staff Secretary : Antonella Borgia.
Executive Director : Carlo Cavazzoni. Mixing : Mauro Lopez dub Alessandro Quarta as Tetsuo. Alessio Puccio as Tetsuo Shima dub. Antonella Baldini as Kei. Emanuela Damasio as Kei dub. Manuel Meli as Shotaro Kaneda dub. Massimo Rossi as Kaneda. Alberto Bognanni as Ryu dub. Alessandro Campaiola Ward as Yamagata dub. Alessio De Filippis as Kai dub. Alex Santerini as Takashi dub. Fabio Boccanera as Kai. Fabrizio Pucci as Roy. Giorgia Venditti as Kiyoko dub. Giulio Bartolomei as Masaru dub.
Graziella Polesinanti as Kyoko. Jessica Bologna as Kaori dub. Monica Ward as Kaori. Paolo Buglioni as Colonnello. Pierluigi Astore as Col. Shikishima dub. Valerio Ruggeri as Professore. Andrea Ward as Teppista. Gaetano Lizzio as Dr. Onishi dub. Mario Milita as Primo ministro. Pieraldo Ferrante as Nezu dub. Dubbing : C. Cine Dubbing dub Translation : Reglindis Helmer. Dialogue Writer : Christian Schneider new dub. Voice Direction : Christian Schneider new dub.
Bianca Krahl as Kei first dub. Sarah Riedel as Kei. Bernd Rumpf as Ryu first dub. Daniela Brabetz-Thuar as Kiyoko first dub. David Nathan as Takashi first dub Yamagata. Detlef Bierstedt as Ryu. Hans-Gerd Kilbinger as Doktor. Marie Bierstedt as Kaori. Mario von Jascheroff as Masaru first dub. Raimund Krone as Colonel Shikishima first dub. Thomas Nero Wolff as Yamagata first dub. Hans-Gerd Kilbinger as Dr. Karl-Heinz Grewe as Nezu old dub.
Karlheinz Tafel as Nezu. Peter Groeger as Dr. Onishi first dub. Andreas Meese 2nd dub. Bernd Kuschmann 2nd dub. Daniel Werner 2nd dub. Dieter Maise 2nd dub. Especially when the plot comes full circle in the last 30 minutes of the movie. Excellent direction and writing make this movie a must watch.
There are even moments of well executed silliness for those sweet laughs. By the way, the ending is bittersweet. It does not pull any of its aphrodisiac-strengthened punches. You will most likely shed a few tears. The characters, again, no real need to go into them. Well, except for the school teacher. No kidding, but she gave me lolicon vibes. Ahahaha… Half-jokes aside, the characters, even the kid, are wonderfully developed and given enough time to form a near-perfect 3D shape. Though, the real issue would be the actors portraying them.
This kind of acting is the norm in low-budget cinema and most Japanese television show so I was kind of used to it. Still, the acting in the first 35 minutes was just unusually bizarre. Even the kid grew — both literally and figuratively.
For a 2-hour movie, the actors did well to redeem themselves. Speaking of low-budget, the same can be said for the visuals and the camera-work in, again, the aforementioned duration. It just seems like they tried to start anew in the middle of production and someone decided to be a Yakuza and let stains be stains. The music, though, was a good fit. Soothing use of bells and chimes and pretty neat orchestral stuff. Cheery when it should be cheery, intense when it should be intense.
The real cherry, however, was the song played during the credits sequence. I will be comparing this movie to the original manga quite a fair bit. Spoilers are to be expected. As I wholeheartedly recommend this movie, you should watch the movie first and then read this review. Also, playing League of Legends and Dota 2 sure does takes the wind out of a person, huh?
I started reading the manga right before the last chapter published. Koe no Katachi broke my heart, mended it, tore it out again, sent it to the cobbler, only to have him trod on it mercilessly, summon a magical fairy to fix it up again, and then left it with a bunch of scars. Almost two and a half years later, the anime movie adaptation released to Blu-ray and I had to go through all of THAT again.
As a result, he is ostracized and bullied himself with no friends to speak of and no plans for the future. First thing to note before I dive into the specifics is that I really love the movie. I was very skeptical about it when the movie announcement was made. And, well, they did. Kudos to director Naoko Yamada and the rest of the crew.
They knew exactly what to add and cut to make the on-screen version of Koe no Katachi such a flawed yet extremely satisfying watch. I am glad I waited the two and half years for this. B-believe it! The Koe no Katachi movie starts off like any other contemporary Japanese movie would. Slow bells and chimes. Lots of panning.
A number of cuts. Swoosh-in and swoosh-out. Wax on, wax off. Disregard the wax. By The Who. Who could have imagined? And it fits so well. We see Shouya Ishida, our main character, wanting to jump off a bridge and kill himself. Why, though? Suicide is badass. Well, I mean, pathetic enough. So he decides to get in touch with the girl whose life he helped ruin and set things right. Live for her. In some way, any way, try to give her back the childhood she missed out on. This sets up the beginning of the movie and the rest from here on is a story about redemption, acceptance, self-searching, and a teeny bit of love.
Nothing more. I know that a lot of people were turned off by both the manga and anime not giving a proper conclusion as to the relationship between Shouko Nishimiya, our local deaf cutie, and Shouya. Maybe the manga was axed? Maybe the mangaka got impatient? Regardless, that ending should not have happened. And this is probably why, despite all of the plot related shortcomings, I prefer the movie more.
Viewers will most likely end up liking the movie a lot but will complain about the several plot holes which, by the way, can be easily remedied by reading the manga. A pretty neat-o advertisement, no? In the manga, she gets a verbal trashing from her prince charming, Mashiba, and that is one of the most satisfying scenes in the manga for me.
Too bad Kawai is just a bitch in the movie. Nothing else. Oh, did I mention Mashiba? Yep, I did. He barely gets any lines and is just a throw away character. Maybe a 3 hour movie, eh? Nah, people would have complained. Before I wrap this up, got to get into the animation and voice side of things. The animation has been well above the standards Kyoto Animation has set for itself.
Many different colors blending quite nicely in the light color scheme. Great use of lighting and abstract scene transitioning make the animation really smooth and a delight to watch. I usually watch anime at 1. And to the voice-acting.
The seiyuu casting was almost perfect. Especially for Shouko. I was mightily impressed. The seiyuus for the other characters did a good job as well. Some characters sounded differently than I had imagined them whilst reading the manga but, they were fitting voices, Brent. He sounded less coherent than Shouko at times. Not a good job there. But, from the objective side of things, the score would be close to an 8.
Oh, how long have I waited for this day. The only exposure I have had to him was that animated movie that was released way back in What I do know is that by the end of the hour and half feature, Doctor Stephen Strange had become my favorite Marvel character.
Doctor Stephen is your typical medical professional who starts out with wanting to help people but ends up making money and status his top priority. One night, he gets involved in an accident and his arms get smashed to bits. After trying out and blowing most of his money on experimental medical treatments and getting nowhere, he hears of someone completely healing and decides to track him down.
He gets wind of a place called Kamar-Taj and heads there — only to be met with a world full of unimaginable possibilities. Light beginning with a tragic event followed by some melodrama only to come back to lighter moments again to end with a bang or lack thereof — this is a good thing. The only difference is that this time instead of a muscular no-holds barred explosions-filled action flick, what you get is a pretty great take on whimsy and wit. The dialogue is clever and funny.
One scene in particular stands out in which Kaecilius, the supporting villain, and Stephen meet for the first time:. Kaecilius: And how long have you been a sorceror? Stephen: Doctor. Kaecilius: Mister… Doctor? Stephen: Stephen. Kaecilius: Hmmm, maybe. The dialogue can also be somewhat heavy at times. As does the black and white scenario presented by the interaction between Stephen and Kaecilius in regards to time and immortality.
Good thing my thoughts were proven wrong, though. Kudos to him. I thought the same about the Ancient One being a woman since her character was an old Asian man in the comics and animated movie. Tilda Swinton really knows what she is doing as an actress. Kaecilius is vastly different from his comics counterpart.
At least Mads Mikkelsen tries his hardest to give his character a believable performance. And, he succeeds! As great as the movie was for me in terms of plot, it did fall short in a number of places. Another problem is the last scene with the main villain. The biggest, and only, disappointment of the movie was that it tries to showcase an identity crisis and a case of black and white morality but it never really explores them as much as it should have.
Come on. Not only the visuals have to mess you up but the dialogue has to as well. Oh well, Disney has to keep itself clean somehow. Speaking of visuals, do NOT attempt to watch the movie while being under the influence of drugs. You WILL regret it. Especially that visual mental orgasm of a ride Stephen goes through which the Ancient One makes him go through in order to convince him of the sorcerers and magic.
A capital offense, if I may be so bold. The soundtrack was pretty simple, I have to say. Nothing special that caught my ears but the cymbal and violin heavy music suit the movie well. But the few problems with the plot, the villains being rather dry, and the impact-less soundtrack prevent the movie from being so. I rate it an 8. When my internet finally came back, I was kind of turned off by anime. That is, until last night. Tekkon Kinkreet, also known as Black and White, was the first thing I saw in my anime folder so I went that.
By the end of the hour and 50 minutes movie, I was glad to say that my fervor for anime has been revived. Synopsis from MyAnimeList: Black and White are two orphans who roam the streets of Treasure Town, beating down any thug or yakuza who gets in their way. When mysterious foreign entrepreneurs appear with the intention of tearing down Treasure Town and replacing it with an amusement park, Black and White face their greatest adversaries yet. It is up to the destructive Black to save the fate of the city and up to the gentle White to save Black from his own dark nature.
The story is pretty simple. What I will state is that I liked it very much. I guess you could say my feelings for the movie are kind of like the movie itself: moody. The characters are the selling point of Tekkon Kinkreet. You could say that the city is alive. For me, Treasure Town is one giant character who has its many different moods displayed by the cast. The real defining treat for many when it comes to characters is Black and White, older and younger brother respectively, and the relationship between the two and the town itself.
Sure, they are the main point of Tekkon Kinkreet: balance and chaos and how it affects everything around us. The animation is just… wow. The backgrounds are fantastically detailed and incorporate symbolism from many different cultures. There is a giant clock-tower that has Arabic calligraphy painted all over it. When the big-hand strikes 12, a statue of the Hindu god Ganesha comes riding out of the face of the clock.
I, and majority of those who have watched Tekkon Kinkreet, heavily disagree with them. Michael Arias, the director Animatrix , and the key animators and background artists have done a phenomenal job with the animation and cinematography. The voice acting is as Japanese as it gets. Sounds just like how your average Japanese person would on the street. Nevertheless, it works quite well with the art style. The background music is simple yet cozy and quite energetic. Acoustic and electric guitar strumming accompanied by bells and soft drums at times.
Plaid has done a neat job with the music. And, of course, the ending song by Asian Kung Fu Generation is awesome as well. To end, I highly recommend Tekkon Kinkreet. Help me…. A long while back, when I had heard of the news that Bakuman, the amazing manga by the Death Note duo — Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, would be getting a live-action movie, I was somewhat overjoyed. When I had finished the manga, I had thought that the story of Bakuman which is about two high-school kids, the artist Mashiro and writer Takagi, taking on the very taxing and wonderful world of Shonen JUMP to make their own manga and rank number 1 with it would make a good live-action movie.
The pacing is excellent and the transitioning of the scenes is just so good that it has you hooked from one shot to the next. Camera-work is clean and simple while yet being somewhat creative. Everything and everyone on the screen flows with such fluidity that there are no awkward moments with the cinematography. The movie is heavy on CGI at certain places. It does not distract from the experience: it actually massively makes it better.
From the scenes where the two protagonists are busy working on their manga with panels from the manga appearing and twisting on the walls to the 2 or 3 minute scene in which Mashiro and Takagi are fighting with pens and panels against their rival, Eiji — the CGI never looks weird and blends superbly with the backgrounds and the actors.
The movie is vastly different from the manga. Some characters are completely cut out. Some of them have slight personality change. Even though the movie is different from the manga, it is still a very good watch. I was wondering how they were going to adapt a 20 volume long manga into a 2 hours movie. They were really fun characters.
Thankfully, even without them, the movie holds up pretty nicely. He had a huge role in the manga and was one of my favorite characters. At least his acting was good. Ryunosuke Akami is the perfect Takagi. Plays him like a champ. Takeru Satoh was decent as Mashiro in the beginning but he really grows into the character midway. Nana Komatsu is a okay Azuki. She sometimes felt like a doll to me.
No wonder Sakanaction, the band who provided the musical score, won the best music award of the Japanese Academy along with Shinji Watanabe, the sound director, getting nominated for best sound. Even though there are some flaws with how some scenes are handled mostly those with Azuki and the fact that Satou often overacts in cheerful and comic scenes, I still greatly enjoyed this movie.
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