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Gall Force: New Era (1991)

Gall Force: Shin seiki hen (original title)
| Action, Sci-Fi, Animation | Video
The year 2085 and the only winners of the last war were the machines. Years previously the human race discovered the ruins of an ancient ship beneath the moon's surface and used the knowledge gained to create weapons of war.

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Toni Barry ... Sandy Newman (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
Douglas Blackwell ... Cmdr. Nelson (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
Denica Fairman ... Lamidia McKenzie (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
... Melody (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
Tamsin Hollo ... Score (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
Jonathan Keeble ... Norton (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
Joanna MacInnes ... Catty (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
... Gen. McKenzie (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
Roger May ... Bauer (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
Sarah Wateridge ... Cpt. Virji (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
Darren Batten ... Additional Voices (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
Brendan Charleson ... Additional Voices (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
Nicola Goodchild ... Additional Voices (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
Martin Jago ... Additional Voices (Manga UK Dub) (voice)
Phillip O'Reilly ... Additional Voices (Manga UK Dub) (voice) (as Philip O'Reilly)
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The year 2085 and the only winners of the last war were the machines. Years previously the human race discovered the ruins of an ancient ship beneath the moon's surface and used the knowledge gained to create weapons of war.

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Follows Rhea Gall Force (1989) See more »

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Endless Love Again
By The Gall Force [Mitty, Melody, Score, Fortin & Soundy] [Earth Chapter III]
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Plenty of action, but merely okay drama and visuals.
24 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

This is another of the cheaper, direct-to-video sequels made in the wake of the success of the Gall Force feature film 'Eternal Story'. There is a fair amount of action here, and some recognizably similar character types, but somehow the familiar elements don't add up to a really satisfying whole. I found myself waiting for a better and more interesting story to emerge, but the plot is thin and predictable, despite the good-looking action animation. Plus, sometimes the backgrounds or character animation come up a bit short visually, which tends to point out the budget short- comings of this whole exercise.

Not bad as sequels go, but keep expectations low. The original feature scores an A but the sequels grade out at more like a C+.


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