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    MEMORIES coming to dvd on feb 24th!

    this movie is fantastical

    its 3 animated shorts--but the whole film lasts like 2 hours long

    teh last one :cannon fodder" is beyond radical

    go buy it when it hits

    http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/Memo...82/preview.php

    anyone else seen it?

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    I've actually seen it on DVD like half a year ago which I got from my friend whose quite big collector on animations and games. My favorite of them is also "Cannon Fodder". Just look at all the panning scenes, its CRAZY! Its very unique and has a meaning to it too.

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    just picked it up today

    its very cool people...dont sleep on this flick!!!
    its by the director of AKIRA


    shawn--yea man--all those panning scenes are a trip--must ahve been a real pain to execute those--but they work really well


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    Ohhh just grabed it!

    why can't anime be as good now as it was back when this was first released : \ ... these stories are priceless.


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    Oh goody!!! when I was in Japan I saw this on DVD already, but it's was sooo expensive, I think something like 60 bucks.. I hope this release is a bit more affordable, because indeed it's something special!

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    I love this anime

    I had the pleasure of seeing a non-subtitled non dubbed version (smuggled out of japan) about 6 years ago back during my college days. It's incredible but aside from the visuals I had no Idea what was going on. I can't wait to see it again with subtitles. Highly recomened.

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    glad there are a few more people here that like it--i was beginning to think people had lost their taste buds

    sammy--now you just need to go back out and buy akira kurosawa's "DREAMS"

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