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It's beautifully animated - the climactic sequence in Earth orbit is breathtaking - and its philosophical digressions are fascinating, if completely bananas.
Despite its good looks, there's no escaping 009 Re: Cyborg's tiresome and hollow script.
It's overlong and, for an animated film, there's too much windy philosophical talk of an ontological kind, dropping the names of Freud and the religious historian Mircea Eliade.
A whole lotta WTF folded into a derivative, misogynist, and just plain incoherent mess.
We are treated to superb city landscapes but so much minor detail that you never know who is doing what to whom, or even why.
The script is lousy and laughable. Anime fans may be able to take the talky portentousness, but the ideas are ridiculous.
We're in a post-9/11 world plagued with terror attacks. Is it an American corporate conspiracy? Or the work of a deity? Cue the obligatory second-half metaphysical blather.
The cyborgs' epic search for 'His Voice' quickly becomes a little tenuous and ridiculous, pushing the film into maddening and tedious territory.
One of the most ambitious and interesting movies of the last few years.
Terrific-looking action sequences alternate with less terrific expository chat. Despite the natter, it's all mildly baffling.
Ambitious, perhaps, but hardly entertaining.
A disappointingly dated and unpowered Manga update.
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