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I liked the idea of the movie more than the movie itself -- though sections of it are mind-blowing.
A grim, brooding film of exceptional power.
Jin-Roh's hand-rolled look and ripped-from-the-sci-fi-headlines plot are an asset and a relief.
It's an evocative anachronism.
Confirms my preference for live-action cinematography, without any tricks or conceits to place quotation marks around an already fantastic illusion of reality.
While it uses the advantages of line-drawn animation to fashion a setting that would cost hundreds of millions to produce as live action, the dramatic scale is minimal and tepid.
Oshii's layered use of the Red Riding Hood story is both clever and chilling.
Unsettling and beautiful.
It makes as good a case as any for the use of animation as a medium for serious, mature features.
Keeps feeling like you've just started reading the eighty-third edition of a comic book that you've never even heard of before.
This blend of fairy tale and horrific post-war scenario makes Jin-Roh something of a landmark for anime fans, and a fascinating way in for first-timers.
Unusual for an anime to be so dull and morose. Such a shame.
I wasn't really feeling it. The characters were a bit shallow. A lot more could've been done with the theme wolf-brigade and the red riding hood connection. I would've liked a little more mystery.
An absolutely gorgeous movie. I have deliberately refrained from using word 'anime' because of its capacity to take its emotions and hit your like a live-feature. Undeniably it's a dark tale but it is a human tale. It shall take you through the whole scale of emotions that human possess and you shall be left gasping for more. The story is great, the movie score in isolation is great but within the story it is perfect. The only grouse I can pick is inability to explore the side characters bit more. It would have added greater depth to an already layered and deep feature.
Not the best anime I've ever seen, but it beats the shit out of Pokemon.
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