Patlabor 1

"Weak"

Patlabor 1 Review


Giant humanoid Robotech-style robots go crazy in downtown Tokyo and it's up to the Patlabor force to figure out what's up. Better than most Anime dreck, Patlabor 1, the first in a series of at least five movies, is interesting enough to keep you awake through the 96 minutes of running time and is mercifully light on phoney-baloney fisticuffs and blood spurts. If you like, you know, big giant robots, then this is for you.

Aka Kidô keisatsu patorebâ: The Movie.



Facts and Figures

Production compaines: Studio Deen

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

Cast & Crew

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Starring: Miina Tominaga as Noa Izumi (voice), as Asuma Shinohara (voice), Ryûnosuke Ohbayashi as Kiichi Goto (voice), Yoshiko Sakakibara as Shinobu Nagumo (voice), Yō Inoue as Kanuka Clancy (voice), Michihiro Ikemizu as Isao Ohta (voice), as Mikiyasu Shinshi (voice), Daisuke Gōri as Hiromi Yamazaki (voice), as Shigeo Shiba (voice), Osamu Saka as Seitaro Sakaki (voice), as Jitsuyama (voice), Tomomichi Nishimura as Matsui (voice), Toshihiko Kojima as Kaihou (voice), Shinji Ogawa as Fukushima (voice), Kouji Tsujitani as Kataoka (voice)

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