I'm not sure where to begin. How does one digest a four hour feature and some it up without writing a novel about its detail and characters?
While I had an idea of its inspiration, somehow I never expected some of the epic confrontations that were developed.
The Typhoon, the dance, the secret police, the baseball bat, that finale.
Those are a few of the fantastic sequences in an epic film. The scale and amount of characters are often very…
A fun Clusterf*ck. You need a Ph.D in anime to be able to follow everything that happens. Luckily I have one and I enjoyed what I saw. Diminishes the greatness of the original series, but only by a little.
Liking this film isn't as immediate as others I've seen this year, but it still packs a wallop. The craft of this picture seeps out of every frame. The terrific ensemble cast that should be a lock for the SAG award and the wonderful cinematography all really bring home this story about Broadway and Egos.