Patlabor 2 - The Movie (2006) Horror Movie Review
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The neglected masterpiece of internationally-acclaimed director Mamoru Oshii, and one of the finest Anime films ever made, Patlabor 2 is completely remastered for this DVD edition. This disc features enhanced visuals together with new Dolby 5.1 surround sound for both English and Japanese. Additional ancillary materials included on the DVD were not available at press time.
Set three years after the first film, Patlabor 2 draws police commanders Ki’ichi Gotoh and Shinobu Nagumo into the hunt for Tsuge, a rogue officer of the Japan Self-Defense Force connected with an escalating wave of terrorist attacks. But the investigation into the plot is guarded by secrets both personal and political, as the awakening fear of terror in Tokyo is slowly answered by the dream-like fade of democracy into martial law. Ominous, beautiful, suspenseful, and poetic, Patlabor 2 deserves the term visionary in every sense of the word.
Tokyo, rush hour: the dead of winter. A terror strike from the air shatters the Bay Bridge. When news footage shows an unidentified F-16 fighter jet in the vicinity, the investigation takes a darker turn, as the cops of the Second Unit begin to trace the outlines of the shadowy military and political coalition behind the incident. But the conspiracy itself is out of control, and what began as a gesture is becoming a game where the peace, the freedom, and the very lives of the people of Tokyo are at stake!
About Patlabor 2 - The Movie (2006)
Starring: Mîna Tominaga, Toshio Furukawa, Michihiro Ikemizu, Issei Futamata, Daisuke Gôri
Runtime: 113 minutes
Director: Mamoru Oshii