Whereas the show was clearly a Sci-Fi Thriller with some action sprinkled in, the movie feels more like an Action Spy flick with some Sci-Fi elements mixed in, a change which may turn some fans off. The other characters from previous seasons hardly make an appearance understandable apart from a terribly shoe-in cameo near the end not understandable. It's a really good thriller-mystery show with some really deep characters and good philosophical themes. As for the villains, we have Araragi Ko- I mean Colonel Wong who looks like he took a break from his usual harem anime shenanigans to try his luck at the Psycho-Pass-verse. The voice actors do a great job as usual. When people are shot with guns or Dominators, the blood splatters and body explosions are animated in detail and often focused on, and internal organs and body bits can be seen.
And impressively, it manages to have even worse writing than the first anime. Throughout the movie my attention was held, and the 2 hour running time flew by. Overall ''Psycho Pass the Movie'' was an enjoyable entry in this franchise. Não somos responsáveis pelos links disponíveis aqui no blog, não temos um servidor para suportar tamanha quantidade de conteúdo, todos os links estão disponíveis na própria internet, qualquer problema ou reclamação por possível danos que qualquer link possa causar entrar em contato para podermos retirar o mesmo do blog. In this way, it is also possible to measure a person's criminal tendency factor, which is used to judge criminals. This is the story of a team of policemen dedicated to maintaining public order.
I would recommend this movie to the fans of the franchise but don't go with high expectations. I am not one of those people who have complex about locations. Unlike the previous 2 seasons of the show, this movie does not take place in Japan, but in another Asian country where the military regime is trying to implement a Sibyl-like system in an effort to keep the populace under control. By exploring a world where we are introduced to the different types of people accepted or denied by the society, we are treated with a myriad of perspectives and social psychological warfare. Ginoza's reunion with Kogami is also interesting.
And lastly we reach the character section. Boy howdy how wrong I was. Well, it turns out Kogami is discovered to be aiding the rebels, and Akane is sent to investigate both his actions and the country's use of the Sibyl system. Basically the animation was kind off awkward in some hand to hand combats. The animation budget was probably very high for this film, and it shows - the animation is better than it was in the show.
Also the philosophical aspect of the two first seasons is almost gone as this movie targets mostly in the action and a little bit in the political thriller genre. This is one of those movies. I don't believe it will be the last especially after seeing the last scene after the credits. Caso essas pessoas sejam classificadas como irrecuperáveis, sua sentença pode ser a prisão ou a morte, mesmo que não tenham cometido crime nenhum. At least that's what I remembered him doing. Overall 2 Story 2 Animation 7 Sound 4 Character 2 Enjoyment 1 This review contains minor spoilers, but really now, if you've watched the previous seasons you already know the plot to this one. Akane Tsunemori é uma policial que acaba de ser transferida para essa divisão, mas ela parece não acreditar que existam pessoas irrecuperáveis.
The thing that i liked about this film was the fact that it expanded the already interesting world of Psycho pass. At first let's start with the story. Makishima wasn't the best villain in anime ever face it, reciting quotes from random works of literature a good villain you don't make , but he was at least interesting and he had goals. Akane, once again, proves to the viewer that she's still a naive nutcase who thinks the system can change for the better it doesn't and is strangely easy to trust otherwise an obviously evil Colonel. The film starts with song of people's now favorite band Ling Toshite Shigure which was good but not their best in my opinion and ends with the awesome song by Egoist ''namae no nai kaibutsu''.
There is some character development: it's a joy getting to see the new Akane interact with a somewhat changed Kogami. Psycho-Pass season 1 and 2 focused on individuals that brought forward an opposition against the system. The music isn't something I'd listen to over and over again on my iPod, but it definitely contributed to the enjoyment of the film. When Mika of all people calls you out on your nativity, you seriously should consider retiring from the position of Main Protagonist. And ok I could excuse the fact that Kogami's couldn't speak good English because he is a main character in the franchise and they couldn't change his voice actor. It was a show that focused mental strength and intelligence.
The plot itself was good enough even though in some moments I was starting to loose interest. Unfortunately, the side characters don't get that much screen time, so apologies to fans of any team member other than Akane and Kogami. But for the horrible ''engrish'' I put a 6 in the sound section. Furthermore, the movie seems to have switched the genre of the series. It's an interesting franchise that doesn't have any kind of moe and doesn't involve high school teenagers with supernatural powers. Animation is good at least.
Some of them work in the Enforcement Division, responsible for the apprehension of criminals, while others belong to the Supervisory Division which oversees their colleagues in Enforcement. Synopsis Due to the incredible success of the Sibyl System, Japan has begun exporting the technology to other countries with the hope that it will one day be used all around the world. Because of that, most action scenes lose their sense of tension when your character is piratically invincible thanks to plot armor. However, a group of anti-Sibyl terrorists arrive in Japan, and the Ministry of Welfare's Public Safety Bureau discovers significant evidence that the invaders are being aided by Shinya Kougami, a former Enforcer who went rogue. It was a simple goal, a simple manipulation and eventually, a simple solution handed on a silver platter at solving the crisis.
You know those anime films that seem epic at the start, but by the end nothing really changed about the overall plot or characters and you could go right on to the next season without watching the movie and not have missed a single thing? I thoroughly enjoyed it, and wholeheartedly recommend it to both fans and to anyone who is interested in Sci Fi or action. I won't spoil it, but I will say that I was a little disappointed with it. Sybil System is less interesting now the viewer is aware of their true nature, and Araragi has no motive at all. Guerilla rebel forces resist the corrupt government, but thanks to Sibyl's system marking all opposition as criminals, the government is able to firmly control its people with brutal oppression. But overall it was really amazing. As I said, the film's main focus were definitely Kogami and Akane, at the expense of all the other characters. Due to the incredible success of the Sibyl System, Japan has begun exporting the technology to other countries with the hope that it will one day be used all around the world.