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Plot: Galo and the Burning Rescue Fire Department face off against BURNISH, a group of mutants who are able to control and wield flames, and the fire disaster they have unleashed on Earth.
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This movie contains 200% of the yearly doses of pink a human should see
Promare is very over the top and parodies almost all clichés modern animes do have. But unlike the majority of animes out there, this one is not boring. It is scene after scene of pure stupidity as an excuse to entertain and honestly, it works great. This movie is fun as hell.
The comedy does not work in animes. It is the usual screaming with dumb faces, but luckily that is a very small part of it. The majority of humor is the absolute ridiculous and over the top action and animation.
Kill la Kill and this one share the same director, writer and componist. So the script does not take a break. Instead of pacing the have a train on LSD. There is a lot of action that happens and pretty much all of it visually stunning, creative and some of them are hilarious. The soundtrack is obviously FIRE as well.
The few issues I have is the annoying dialogue of the main character and the break-neck pacing.
At the same time the anime knows how annoying the main character is and everyone calls him out for being an idiot. His passion for helping makes him also quite likeable as well.
The pacing is honestly a breeze of fresh air. In a normal movie it would be a problem but since the majority of modern animes are designed to have a pacing of a glacier with a lot of meaningless dialogue that only exists to pad time, it is very refreshing to see stuff happen in a short amount of time.
This is not the best anime of all time, but it would be a sin to pass on this.
An Explosion of Color, Bombast, and Dopamine
Unlike a lot of its subtle, eye-candied competitors, Studio Trigger decides to bring in a phallic eye candy factory with a large air horn in its movie, Promare. Promare is loud, bombastic, completely unsubtle, and I love it. Everything is bright and tightly animated, masterfully weaving 2D and 3D animation in artful harmony. Combine that with the legendary talents of composer Hiroyuki Sawano, then you have a movie that pleases all the senses. But underneath its bright and loud exterior, lies a silent, dark, dying world of corruption, oppression, xenophobia and genocide.
The dichotomy between the loud, yet passionate oaf Galo and the noble, but no-nonsense rebel Lio is fantastic. They are wonderful enemies to each other from the beginning, before transitioning into frenemies when they find that their paths aren’t parallel, but perpendicular. I’d argue that their relationship holds some hints of being more than just friends (with one exceptionally HUGE hint at the end), but that element is more queercoded than actual depiction of a queer romance.
But all-in-all, Promare is the smartest dumb movie I’ve ever seen. It has a burning passion in telling a story that the movie is kinda aware doesn’t make too much sense. Promare’s burning soul is inextinguishable.
Original Language ja
Runtime 1 hr 51 min (111 min)
Genre Animation, Action, Adventure
Director Hiroyuki Imaishi
Writer Kazuki Nakashima, Michael Schneider
Actors John Eric Bentley, Steve Blum, Johnny Yong Bosch
Awards 1 win & 3 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process Digital (720p) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema