Linebarrels Of Iron DVD Review

Directors: Masamitsu Hidaka

Starring: Tetsuya Kakihara, Josh Grelle, Mamiko Noto, Alexis Tipton, Aya Hirano,Monica Rial, Biichi Satou, Bob Carter, Chiwa Saito, Tia Ballard, Emi Shinohara, Michelle Specht,

Running Time: 650 minutes

Certificate: 15

Linebarrels Of Iron is another anime entry in the ‘gifted youngster discovers power to battle evil’ genre, and to some this may sound like yet another retread. And although that is certainly true for some aspects of the show, it actually starts off as a very brave and complex show. Set in a world where giant mechs help to protect freedom from invading forces, we start our journey with Koichi, a downtrodden high school student. Koichi believes he has great power, but until that power shows itself he is quite happy to appease his bullies. The beginning starts with a very suspenseful sequence in which Koichi’s world and that of the mechs approach each other at a well-timed pace.
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Thn’s PokéMovie Marathon Day 3.2: Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns

“If we see the moon as they do, why can we not see the Earth as they do? Yes. Why?”

In 5 days the world will go mad in unison for the latest Pokémon games, Pokémon X & Y.The English language dub of the latest film is also set to premiere one week after that. Over the next 2 weeks join Thn as we take a look back over the entire series of Pokémon films.

Director: Masamitsu Hidaka

Cast: Veronica Taylor, Rachael Lillis, Eric Stuart, Madeleine Blaustein, Ikue Ootani, Ted Lewis, Dan Green, Kerry Williams, Amy Birnbaum, Scottie Ray, Megumi Hayashibara

Plot: Mewtwo may have wiped the memory of the events of Pokemon: The First Movie –Mewtwo Strikes Back from those involved, but the man who funded his creation, Team Rocket leader Giovanni, certainly hasn’t forgotten him. Giovanni discovers Mewtwo hiding atop the largest mountain in the Johto region and sets about reclaiming him.
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