(Vu en DVD) Koike, c'est la classe incarnée en animation; donnez-lui n'importe quel projet, et tout dégoulinera de classe. Le revers de la médaille, c'est qu'avoir la classe (dans les animés comme dans la vie) ne garantit aucunement une véritable profondeur...Ce Redlline en est la parfaite illustration: très belle coquille vide, bluffante sur le plan formel mais superficielle dans le propos, et finalement ennuyeuse.
7 years of hard work that gleams like polished gold. Every crusty alien, shiny race car, & oversized tit is rendered with a wonderful attention to detail. The narrative does its job of giving the animation a reason to exist. Its simplicity is the best counterbalance to the intricate visuals. The old cinema of spectacle is alive & well in REDLINE. Watch this w/ surround sound & your speakers turned up fucking LOUD.
A shot in the arm for anime, taking a simple concept (racing) and, through seven years of hard work, creating an exhilarating blast of imagination and charm. In a area of culture, anime, which can be incredibly lazy and off-putting even for anime fans, this is an incredible piece of pop-art.
another masterpiece from takeshi koike. EXTREMELY LEGIT BEYOND FLUID VISUALS with some pretty good dramas! and it was an INTENSE SHIT. to me it looks like a dirtier and crazier version of speed racers. i was gonna give this movie a 5 but goddamn im gonna give it a 4 only because of the ending and the character development
per chi si è mai chiesto cosa si debba provare dopo un'iniezione di adrenalina dritta nel cuore, questo film potrebbe essere un'ottima risposta; ritmo, animazioni e visionarietà sfiorano spesso la perfezione, roba che quasi non ci si accorge che (ahimé) la sceneggiatura è davvero poca cosa
Much like "Attack the Block," this is a pretty decent film that the internet community has latched onto and hyped way out of proportion. The animation is certainly stunning and psychedelic but what is it in service of? The characters and story are thin, and the creators engage in the same extreme female objectification as the anime that "Redline's" fans rail against. A visual feast on blu-ray but not much else.