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Tobidasu rittai eiga: Inazuman (1974)

The insectoid superhero Inazuman fights against the monsters of the Newmanity Empire and the Desper Army in this theatrical episode shot in 3-D.





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Cast overview:
Daisuke Ban ...
Gorô Watari / Sanagiman / Inazuman
Hiroko Saito
Shôzô Îzuka ...
Emperor Banba (voice)

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The insectoid superhero Inazuman fights against the monsters of the Newmanity Empire and the Desper Army in this theatrical episode shot in 3-D.

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16 March 1974 (Japan)  »

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Inazuman: The Movie  »

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Tatakae! Inazuman
("Fight! Inazuman")
Main Title Theme
Composed and Arranged by Michiaki Watanabe
Lyrics by Shôtarô Ishinomori
Sung by Masato Shimon and the Columbia Cradle Club
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This movie is AWESOME!

NOTE: This review spoils the end of the movie.

As an Inazuman enthusiast, this movie was definitely on my must-watch list, and after my LOOOONG search of looking for it and finally seeing it, I have to say, this movie is one of the best 3D tokusatsu movies out there! The movie starts with an epic battle between Inazuman and almost all of the Mutant Robots, which is pretty cool. Three of them (Ishi Bambara, Akuma Bambara, and Abura Bambara) get attacked by a missile and escape. Then after that intense battle, Goro Watari meets a girl (not sure of her name, I watched it with no subs) who tells him about the Despa Army, and says that her father is lost. It also shows that the Despa Army is against the Phantom Army because a few of the members of the army, as well as Missile Despa, hold Teiou Bamba and Ishi Bambara as hostages. They later escape, and they capture the girl. (note that Akuma and Abura are there now) Akuma Bambara throws her down a cliff, and Inazuman catches her and saves her. Afterwards, Inazuman destroys Ishi, Akuma, and Abura, and finally moves onto Teiou Bamba, who turns into Kaen Fighter. After a kinda short fight, Kaen Fighter turns back into Bamba, and dies. Later, the Despa Army decides to launch an attack on Japan, which ultimately fails due to Inazuman (riding in Raijingo) interrupting their attack. Knowing that they have a new enemy, they decide to attack our blue and yellow bug-man in the lightning shark- saucer. We get a battle with Inazuman fighting the Despa Army soldiers, and afterwards, Missile Despa. This is where it starts to get epic. So, Missile Despa shoots one of his missiles at Inazuman, hiding behind a mountain, and apparently destroys him. However, this is not the end, as right after he blew up that mountain, a surprise came up from behind. Not one, not two but THREE INAZUMEN come out! The trio fights the missile-firing maniac, and eventually destroys him. After that scene, we got the girl, her dad, and Goro running on a beach. It then ends with Fuhrer Geisel, leader of the Despa Army, saying a message, and cuts to Inazuman on the beach before, swearing that he will destroy the Despa Army, and it goes to the credits, which shows pictures of the various monsters in the show. Overall, it's a very good movie, but it really shouldn't be a 3D movie in my opinion. The 3D isn't that good, and there's only about 3 scenes that are in 3D. Still, if you love 70's tokusatsu, check this movie out!

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