Critic Review - New York Post

Somewhat resembles Paprika, another recent piece of Japanimation. But director Michael Arias, a Tokyo-based American, doesn't fuse his striking graphics to a story anywhere near as satisfying.

July 13, 2007 Full Review Source: New York Post | Comments (5)
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kurisukun

Kurisu Kurihashi

japanimation!? its called anime.

Aug 21 - 02:18 PM

Marcy

Marcela Estrada

That is not true. it is kinda funny how you compare Paprika to this film. I mean they came out the same year. Both did very well story and animation. The only difference is that I think that Tekkon Kinkreet has more heart put into its landscaping and character development. The city has such detailed and complexity to it. The opening sequence alone is captivatingly beautiful by itself. The main characters bond between each other were well received. You really don't know what you are talking about when it comes to Japanese anime. You should go back to rating other movies like Fast and the Furious so your tiny little brain can keep up.

Jun 19 - 12:14 PM

Double.Dubs

Edward Stymest

lol mad anime fanboy

May 15 - 07:15 PM

Rebecca Lai

Rebecca Lai

Sounds like Paprika and Tekkonkinkreet were the only anime movies this guy ever watched...so of course he compares the two. Doesn't know any better.

Jan 10 - 07:35 AM

Marcus Meredith

Marcus Meredith

Japanimation? is this the 90's? It's pretty obvious this guy doesn't know much about anime.

Mar 16 - 08:25 AM

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