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Japan · 2001
Rated PG-13 · 1h 48m
Director Rintaro
Starring Kei Kobayashi, Yuka Imoto, Kōki Okada, Taro Ishida
Genre Animation, Science Fiction

In the futuristic city of Metropolis, where humans and robots live together in tension, the advanced android Tima befriends the young Kenichi who is helping his uncle investigate the dark schemes of those in Metropolis attempting to gain destructive power, plots they soon learn Tima is deeply connected to.

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New York Post by

The dialogue is dubbed into English by generic actors, whose phony, emotionless rendition undermines what's on the screen.


TV Guide Magazine by Maitland McDonagh

The look is utterly faithful to Tezuka's aesthetic -- he loved classic Disney animation, especially "Bambi" (1942) -- but it's hard to empathize with the angst of a character who looks like a Super Mario Brother.


Austin Chronicle by Marc Savlov

By the time the explosive finale arrives (with a wistful Ray Charles crooning over shots of cataclysmic destruction, no less), you'll be hard pressed to name a recent film with this much action, pathos, and smarts.


Film Threat by Ron Wells

They should have produced this in 3D for IMAX as Metropolis is the kind of work destined to blow the minds of stoners everywhere.

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