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Appleseed Alpha

Appleseed Alpha

Genders: Action, Sci-Fi, Animation

Director: Shinji Aramaki

Writer: Marianne Krawczyk (screenplay), Masamune Shirow (o

Actors: Luci Christian, David Matranga, Brina Palencia, Elizabeth Bunch

Year: 2014
Run time: 90min
IMDB score:
Updated: one year ago

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Movie name: Appleseed Alpha

Genders: Action, Sci-Fi, Animation

Imdb Score:

Runtime: 90min

Released: 22 Jul 2014

Director: Shinji Aramaki

Writer: Marianne Krawczyk (screenplay), Masamune Shirow (o

Actors: Luci Christian, David Matranga, Brina Palencia, Elizabeth Bunch

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Review

Story about alright, animation patchy

5/10 While the film is fairly entertaining, the story feels very much like a first episode of a series. The characters only go through minor development and the plot seems like a side-track of their lives, leading to the beginning of another journey rather than to an end in itself.

The animation of tech, the cyborgs (e.g. Briareos) and landscape are top notch while facial expression of human characters could have used quite some more brushing up. Perhaps the studio should have decided to utilize motion capturing. What is especially annoying is the ever-flowing hair of the female lead Deunan. Where should all this wind come from? In small closed spaces it is most conspicuous but even in the open it seems strange to constantly have that much wind. It could be bearable if the motion of the flowing hair at least would not be so unnatural.

one year ago

So so...

4/10 Im a fun of 3d art movies like this , sci-fi mostly ,and i ve seen a couple .This could be a lot better . There are some serious problems in the character developmet.You never really get to know the characters and personally i didn't grow fond of anyone like i suppose to( i mean you grow fond of the leading characters usually) Some conversations are too flat and some times even a bit cheezy. The real problem is that when the characters meet some new ones their behaviour,conversations and the way of approach are really off. The way they try to make contact and gain trust is unrealistic. The action scenes are nice though and the graphics. So overall we have some bad script but nice scenes.i wouldn't recommend it though.

one year ago

Excellent addition to series, wish I'd waited for Blu-ray version

9/10 Another solid entry in the Appleseed series. Action packed with a solid story line. It is beautifully rendered and if you have the option to see on blu-ray, choose that one. The character designs are excellent (well for the main character especially). The storyline would have greatly benefited from a multi episode arc instead of being crunched down to 90 minutes, but it delivers in the end, and lets you look forward to the next in the sequence without beating you over the head with the half-assed open ending. There were so many plot points that could have been expanded into their own episodes, I would have much enjoyed further detail on the relationship with Two-Horns and Olympus, and even the backstory of the villains themselves. Solid voice acting and direction deliver the goods and the action is solid and engaging.

one year ago

Decent 3D CGI sci fi action

7/10 I remember little from the Appleseed anime that I saw when I was younger so this is basically me commenting on this movie as standalone. The Third World War came and went, leaving the entire planet in chaos. The story follows two former soldiers that are now working as mercenaries for a thug. They meet a mysterious girl and her cyborg protector and decide to help them out in their mission against some psychopathic bad guys.

The end of the world theme, the political or social commentary usual in Masamune Shirow's work, they are all downplayed, almost not existent. Instead the entire flow of the movie is centered around fighting. The animation is decent, considering it is 3D CGI in its entirety, but when you think about it, they worked with about 10 body models. All the henchmen look alike, for example. They did a good job, but I think the physics looked off for most of the time: nothing gets destroyed unless it explodes, the cars are moving in weird ways and the hand to hand combat is clumsy.

Bottom line: as vaguely as I remember the 1984 Appleseed anime, I remember seeing it. This one will probably be forgotten by the time I save this review. Not bad, but not terribly good either. Animation was decent, but not great, the story simple and the characters formulaic and hard to empathize with. I think the fact that the character I connected most with was the thug, rather than the various heroes and villains, says it all. And I am still waiting for 3D animation to make me feel like a good anime does.

one year ago

terrific animation in search of a plot

4/10 The oddly named Appleseed Alpha is essentially a series of action sequences punctuated by bland dialogue and weak attempts at character development. First, the story and dialogue are particularly weak and unoriginal. As someone unfamiliar with the comic book series on which the film was based, I was hoping for a little more back story or at least a little more information about the characters and their motivations. Second, the characters are lifeless and unlikeable, and the relationship between the protagonist and her cyborg partner is nearly devoid of humanity--nothing like the cyborg-human relationship in Ghost in the Shell. Strangely, most of the human characters seemed more like cyborgs than the cyborgs did. The animation is the film's saving grace, however, and hardcore anime fans will appreciate the detailed and amazingly lifelike characters and environments. The voice acting is also decent, considering the laughably bad dialogue. Bottom line: I don't recommend it unless you're a serious anime fan who has run out of things to watch.

one year ago