Cowboy Bebop: The Movie
Action • R • 2001 • 1 hr 55 min
Absolutely fantastic the soundtrack is gorgeous the visuals are stunning and the storyline is incredibly intriguing
Loved the show. It is one of my favorite. The movie is just a LONG episode and an AMAZING one at that.
L'ambiance de ce manga est absolument magnifique... Rien n'a égalé ce style... Rien.
Keeps the tone from the show, while presenting a fresh Cowboy Bebop story anyone can enjoy!
A classic for the anime and film fans alike.
Great companion piece to the excellent show.
It's not the series, but a truly good movie.
One of the few anime movies that is genuinely essential for the whole experience. Another example of Cowboy Bebop's peak storytelling.
Unfortunately it's essentially a weaker episode stretched to movie length, but a weak episode of this still stands above nearly all others.
Slow start. They need to give faye more action bruh. love the fight scenes, I did get offended by Spike in Fayes place, so thats a minus.
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