I get a very 'No More Heroes' vibe from the art style
ben reed said:Redline was, and I hope I'm not getting too technical here, like injecting sunshine straight into your veins while making sweet love to God as world peace and brotherhood amongst all men is achieved.
That's not even hyperbole. The film is really, really, REALLY That Good. There is not a bad goddamn moment in Redline. Great pacing, great animation, and every other minute something cool happens. (Every other other minute, something hilarious happens.)
If you have the opportunity to see it in a theater before the Blu-Ray release, run, don't walk. This movie is built of dreamstuff. Again, NONE of this is hyperbole and this is all coming from two of Colony Drop's strongest cynics. Anime will never be this good again.
botageL said:after redline, anime is dead to me
nothing can ever match it
maybe someone can help me out on this one---
about a year or two ago, i was at bbuster checking out their anime section.
they had a movie there, listed as a 'new release'
i don't remember much about it whatsoever, but i know it was a 'big deal'
you know, in the way steam boy, tekkonkinkreet, and perfect blue were all big deals---
it looked like the budget was pretty big...
i can't remember much besides the art and style reminding me of the Matrix ... or Ghost in the Shell
lots of green and blacks...
the plot was something about a really bad ass special force unit ... their name may've been the title of the movie?
its driving me nuts, because i haven't heard about it since...and the curiosity is getting to me