History Anime / Metropolis

3rd Apr '16 2:27:52 PM SamMax
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* OldShame: The reason a film adaptation was never attempted in Tezuka's lifetime was that he came to dislike the original manga as being too crude and amateurish.
15th Nov '15 4:21:41 AM Morgenthaler
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->''[[SoundtrackDissonance I can't stop loving you...]]''

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->''[[SoundtrackDissonance I ->''I can't stop loving you...]]''
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1st Oct '15 3:49:27 PM nombretomado
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The 2001 Animated film by Tristar Pictures, directed by Rintaro, and animated by Creator/{{Madhouse}}. It did not actually involve OsamuTezuka and was made after his death. It draws as much from the classic German film ''Film/{{Metropolis}}'' as it does from Tezuka's manga of the same name, and [[BroadStrokes does not attempt]] to be faithful to either. But it was rated on one film site's [[http://movies.ign.com/articles/650/650717p1.html all-time best animated films]] list.

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The 2001 Animated film by Tristar Pictures, directed by Rintaro, and animated by Creator/{{Madhouse}}. It did not actually involve OsamuTezuka Creator/OsamuTezuka and was made after his death. It draws as much from the classic German film ''Film/{{Metropolis}}'' as it does from Tezuka's manga of the same name, and [[BroadStrokes does not attempt]] to be faithful to either. But it was rated on one film site's [[http://movies.ign.com/articles/650/650717p1.html all-time best animated films]] list.
13th Sep '15 2:02:32 PM nombretomado
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* NorioWakamoto: Pero.
16th May '15 12:39:31 PM GracieLizzie
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* GenderFlip: The main robot of the original manga was techinically able to be either male or female with the [[GenderBender flip of a switch]] on their neck but spends most of the story as a boy, whereas Tim is 100% female.

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* GenderFlip: The main robot of the original manga was techinically able to be either male or female with the [[GenderBender flip of a switch]] on their neck but spends most of the story as a boy, whereas Tim Tima is 100% female.
16th May '15 12:39:03 PM GracieLizzie
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* GenderFlip: The main robot of the original manga was techinically able to be either male or female with the flip of a switch on it's neck but spends most of the story as a boy, whereas Tim is 100% female.

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* GenderFlip: The main robot of the original manga was techinically able to be either male or female with the [[GenderBender flip of a switch switch]] on it's their neck but spends most of the story as a boy, whereas Tim is 100% female.
16th May '15 12:38:09 PM GracieLizzie
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* GenderFlip: The main robot of the original manga was techinically able to be either male or female with the flip of a switch on it's neck but spends most of the story as a boy, whereas Tim is 100% female.
19th Dec '14 12:52:29 PM SolipSchism
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* [[spoiler: ApocalypseMaiden: If Tima would've gone through with it, the probability of humanity's survival would've been only 30 %.]]

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* [[spoiler: ApocalypseMaiden: If Tima would've gone through with it, the probability of humanity's survival would've been only 30 %.]]30%.
21st Aug '14 6:27:46 AM Hy0tantsug1
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* SunglassesAtNight: Rock in most of the film. This is never brought up in the movie.

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* SunglassesAtNight: Rock in most of the film. This is never brought up in the movie. (It makes sense if you know the rest of Tezuka's manga works...)
1st Apr '14 8:35:23 PM KlarkKentThe3rd
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* TearsFromAStone: Tima starts to cry, when she realizes, that she'snot human.

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* TearsFromAStone: Tima starts to cry, when she realizes, that she'snot she's not human.
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