Mary Poppins Returns
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The Wings of Honneamise: Royal Space Force showcases the strengths and weaknesses of Japanese adult-oriented animation...
A visually sensational two-hour extravaganza...
Ambitious and daring in its seamless melding of color, depth and detail.
Its deliberately paced, meandering storyline demands extraordinary patience.
It is these visions, and the narrative, which also has a strong religious subplot, that make the program so compelling, a work of fantasy that is designed to make you think and contemplate. The artwork is outstanding
Almost as if Ingmar Bergman decided to direct animated movies.
While there are but a few action sequences, they are spectacularly rendered and made doubly exciting due to the emotional involvement generated by the rest of the film.
There are moments when the English dubbing seems at odds with the visual action, whether because of specific dialogue or its delivery.
Great animation for the time and the steam-punk themed world is pretty cool, it's just a shame that the story is a dreary, long-winded, directionless slog. There's being poetic, and then there is just being plain pretentious.
Slow moving but always intriguing. I like that the characters are all depicted as being imperfect, yet in the end it's the voyage into space that gives them purpose.
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