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Promare (2019)

Promare: Puromea (original title)
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A futuristic firefighting mecha service is created to protect the world.

Director:

Hiroyuki Imaishi

Writers:

Kazuki Nakashima (original work), Kazuki Nakashima (script writer) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
John Eric Bentley ... Varys Truss / Additional Voices (voice) (as John Bentley)
Steve Blum ... Ignis Ex (voice)
Johnny Yong Bosch ... Lio Fotia (voice)
Melissa Fahn ... Biar Colossus / Additional Voices (voice)
Crispin Freeman ... Kray Foresight / Additional Voices (voice)
Arata Furuta ... Deus Prometh (voice)
Nobuyuki Hiyama ... Gueira (voice)
Tetsu Inada ... Varys Truss (voice)
Billy Kametz Billy Kametz ... Galo Thymos (voice)
Neil Kaplan ... Vulcan Haestus (voice)
Kendô Kobayashi Kendô Kobayashi ... Vinny (voice)
Katsuyuki Konishi ... Meis (voice)
Ami Koshimizu Ami Koshimizu ... Heris Ardebit (voice)
Rikiya Koyama ... Ignis Ex (voice)
Steve Kramer ... Burnish Elderly / Pizzeria Store Manager / Additional Voices (voice)
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A futuristic firefighting mecha service is created to protect the world.

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Plot Keywords:

futuristic | anime | See All (2) »

Taglines:

The world goes up in flames


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some violence and language | See all certifications »

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Mike Pollock (Deus Prometh) and Michael Sinterniklaas (Vinny) have also appeared in the Kirby anime series currently on separate occasions, Pollock was in Kirby: Right Back at ya (2001) as Mayor Len Blustergas, whilst Sinterniklaas was in the computer-animated short film Kirby 3D (2009) filling in for Andrew Rannells as Nightmare. See more »

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Incredible animation
27 June 2020 | by mwltrz-743-56021See all my reviews

Promare has some of the best animation I've ever seen. The colors, spacial definition and overall production design of everything on screen is top notch. Studio Trigger's work here is not only above many of its contemporaries, but also some of best animation of this era. The premise is great, and the personification of fire and water is very exciting. My eyes were glued to the screen for a majority of the first 60 minutes. Unfortunately, the narrative becomes a bit too drawn out during the 3rd act. Although the various twists and turns are well done, it just takes too long to get there. I truly believe that a 90 min cut could be a masterpiece. Overall, really enjoyed the film as a whole, and I think that anyone could find something to appreciate here.


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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

24 May 2019 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$109,085, 22 September 2019

Gross USA:

$2,313,596

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$9,467,336
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Sanzigen, Trigger, Xflag See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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