Promare

Promare

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Promare

A firefighting mecha service is created to protect the world in this Japanese anime.

Galo Thymos and the Burning Rescue Fire Department must take down Mad Burnish, a group of fire-wielding mutants who are set on destroying the world.

2019Rating: PG, Mild themes, animated violence and coarse language111 minsJapanJapanese with English subtitles
AdventureAnimatedScience FictionWorld Cinema
Director:
Hiroyuki Imaishi ('Dead Leaves', 'Gurren Lagann the Movie: The Lights in the Sky Are Stars')
Writer:
Kazuki Nakashima
Cast:
Arata FurutaNobuyuki HiyamaTetsu InadaKendô KobayashiKatsuyuki KonishiAmi KoshimizuRikiya KoyamaTaiten Kusunoki
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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

press

Promare often feels like a maximalist season finale trimmed of any build-up, a climax that's outstanding to watch yet empty beyond its pure spectacle.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

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While the overall tone is pitched to a teen demographic, the creative energy and the execution on display is consistently engaging.

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IGN

IGN

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Its characters burn bright with stylish designs and fun personalities, but the action is the real scene-stealer.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

After seeing every leaf on every bush in so many features, it's fun to sit back and enjoy a film that pushes its look and palette beyond mere reality to create a fantasy world that could exist only in animation.

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Variety

Variety

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"Promare" checks all the conventional anime boxes - post-apocalyptic setting, mecha suits and plenty of fan service - but it's still an exciting watch.

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

press

Promare often feels like a maximalist season finale trimmed of any build-up, a climax that's outstanding to watch yet empty beyond its pure spectacle.

0
RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

press

While the overall tone is pitched to a teen demographic, the creative energy and the execution on display is consistently engaging.

0
IGN

IGN

press

Its characters burn bright with stylish designs and fun personalities, but the action is the real scene-stealer.

0
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

After seeing every leaf on every bush in so many features, it's fun to sit back and enjoy a film that pushes its look and palette beyond mere reality to create a fantasy world that could exist only in animation.

0
Variety

Variety

press

"Promare" checks all the conventional anime boxes - post-apocalyptic setting, mecha suits and plenty of fan service - but it's still an exciting watch.

0

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