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Gantz: O (2016)

After being brutally murdered in a subway station, a teen boy awakens to find himself resurrected by a strange computer named Gantz, and forced to fight a large force of invading aliens in Osaka.

Directors:

Yasushi Kawamura, Kei'ichi Sato (as Keiichi Saitô)

Writers:

Hiroya Oku (manga), Tsutomu Kuroiwa (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Daisuke Ono ... Masaru Katô (voice)
Mao Ichimichi Mao Ichimichi ... Anzu Yamasaki (voice) (as M A O)
Tomohiro Kaku Tomohiro Kaku ... Jôichirô Nishi (voice)
Saori Hayami ... Reika (voice)
Shûichi Ikeda Shûichi Ikeda ... Yoshikazu Suzuki (voice)
Kendô Kobayashi Kendô Kobayashi ... Hachirô Oka (voice)
Makoto Izubuchi Makoto Izubuchi ... Nobuo Muroya (voice) (as Reizâ Ramon RG)
Masaki Sumitani Masaki Sumitani ... Shimaki (voice) (as Reizâ Ramon HG)
Rihito Morio Rihito Morio ... Ayumu Katô (voice)
Masane Tsukayama ... Nurarihyon (voice)
Masaya Onosaka Masaya Onosaka ... Susumu Kimura (voice)
Kenjirô Tsuda ... Sanpei Taira (voice)
Teruaki Ogawa Teruaki Ogawa ... Tetsuo Hara (voice)
Michiho Akutsu Michiho Akutsu ... (voice)
Yûsuke Andô Yûsuke Andô ... (voice)
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After being brutally murdered in a subway station, a teen boy awakens to find himself resurrected by a strange computer named Gantz, and forced to fight a large force of invading aliens in Osaka.

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The "O" in the title refers to Osaka, the primary location for the story, which is based on the "Osaka" arc of the original manga. See more »


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Ningen Video
Performed by The Dress Codes
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This is when backstory becomes dreadfully important
25 February 2017 | by ajknexlangSee all my reviews

I was surfing Netflix and came across this title and decided to watch it because the stills looked good and it had a good rating. Should have read the reviews...

The CGI is absolutely incredible, I'm honestly blown away. The industry has always had trouble getting humans right, but that being said the work in this one is just... photo-realistic level. The monsters are absolutely bizarre (reminds me of RIPD a little), beautifully rendered, but bizarre designs. The combat is pretty well done, although they really should have done more of it. And let's not forget the jiggly boobs, because what is anime without them am I right?

Aaannnd that's just about all the good I have to say about it. The plot is inexplicable without the backstory that I'm oblivious to, and the dialogue is atrociously bad. Still a better love story than Twilight.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

14 October 2016 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,359,127
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1.85 : 1
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