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* GunTwirling: Spike does this to great effect (not to mention just oozing style) in the opening sequence. For those viewers for whom the film is their introduction to the characters, it was a definitive Spike moment start them out.

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* GunTwirling: Spike does this to great effect (not to mention just oozing style) in the opening sequence. For those viewers for whom the film is their introduction to the characters, it was a definitive Spike moment to start them out.


* AllJustADream[=/=][[OrWasItADream Or Was It]]: Played with that the film may or may not be just a dream: [[spoiler:it starts with Spike falling asleep and ends with him waking up]].

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* AllJustADream[=/=][[OrWasItADream AllJustADream: [[OrWasItADream Or Was It]]: Played with It]] in that the film may or may not be just a dream: [[spoiler:it starts with Spike falling asleep and ends with him waking up]].



* BigBad: Vincent Volaju

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* %%* BigBad: Vincent Volaju


* WeatherControlMachine: Mars' weather is man-made and controlled at a central station. Faye breaks in and threatens the workers there so they will make in rain, as part of the ''Bebop'' crew's plan to stop a terrorist.

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* WeatherControlMachine: Mars' weather is man-made and controlled each domed city controls its weather at a central control station. Faye breaks in to one and threatens the workers there so they will make in rain, as part of the ''Bebop'' crew's plan to stop a terrorist.

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* WeatherControlMachine: Mars' weather is man-made and controlled at a central station. Faye breaks in and threatens the workers there so they will make in rain, as part of the ''Bebop'' crew's plan to stop a terrorist.


* AutobotsRockOut: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiUjOFYDiBE "Pushing the Sky"]], which plays in the final battle with Vincent.

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* AutobotsRockOut: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiUjOFYDiBE "Pushing the Sky"]], Sky,"]] which plays in the final battle with Vincent.


* JanitorImpersonationInfiltration: Spike does this in the middle of the movie to infiltrate Cherious Medical Pharmaceutical Comapany. Elektra sees through the disguise before he can get too far inside.

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* JanitorImpersonationInfiltration: Spike does this in the middle of the movie to infiltrate Cherious Medical Pharmaceutical Comapany.Company. Elektra sees through the disguise before he can get too far inside.


''Cowboy Bebop: Knockin on Heaven's Door''[[note]]''Cowboy Bebop: The Movie'' outside of Japan[[/note]] is a 2001 anime film based off the [[Anime/CowboyBebop popular show of the same name]]. It serves as a {{Interquel}} to the series, as the events of the film take place chronologically between episodes 22 and 23 of the show. It was directed by Shinichiro Watanabe with assistance from Hiroyuki Okiura (''Anime/ALetterToMomo'') and Tensai Okamura(''Anime/DarkerThanBlack''), written by Keiko Nobumoto and was released on September 1, 2001.

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''Cowboy Bebop: Knockin on Heaven's Door''[[note]]''Cowboy Bebop: The Movie'' outside of Japan[[/note]] is a 2001 anime film based off the [[Anime/CowboyBebop popular show of the same name]]. It serves as a {{Interquel}} to the series, as the events of the film take place chronologically between episodes 22 and 23 of the show. It was directed by Shinichiro Watanabe with assistance from Hiroyuki Okiura (''Anime/ALetterToMomo'') and Tensai Okamura(''Anime/DarkerThanBlack''), Okamura (''Anime/DarkerThanBlack''), written by Keiko Nobumoto and was released on September 1, 2001.


''Cowboy Bebop: Knockin on Heaven's Door''[[note]]''Cowboy Bebop: The Movie'' outside of Japan[[/note]] is a 2001 anime film based off the [[Anime/CowboyBebop popular show of the same name]]. It serves as a {{Interquel}} to the series, as the events of the film take place chronologically between episodes 22 and 23 of the show. It was directed by Shinichiro Watanabe (with assistance from Hiroyuki Okiura and Tensai Okamura), written by Keiko Nobumoto and was released on September 1, 2001.

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''Cowboy Bebop: Knockin on Heaven's Door''[[note]]''Cowboy Bebop: The Movie'' outside of Japan[[/note]] is a 2001 anime film based off the [[Anime/CowboyBebop popular show of the same name]]. It serves as a {{Interquel}} to the series, as the events of the film take place chronologically between episodes 22 and 23 of the show. It was directed by Shinichiro Watanabe (with with assistance from Hiroyuki Okiura (''Anime/ALetterToMomo'') and Tensai Okamura), Okamura(''Anime/DarkerThanBlack''), written by Keiko Nobumoto and was released on September 1, 2001.


''Cowboy Bebop: Knockin on Heaven's Door''[[note]]''Cowboy Bebop: The Movie'' outside of Japan[[/note]] is a 2001 anime film based off the [[Anime/CowboyBebop popular show of the same name]]. It serves as a {{Interquel}} to the series, as the events of the film take place chronologically between episodes 22 and 23 of the show. It was directed by Shinichiro Watanabe, written by Keiko Nobumoto and was released on September 1, 2001.

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''Cowboy Bebop: Knockin on Heaven's Door''[[note]]''Cowboy Bebop: The Movie'' outside of Japan[[/note]] is a 2001 anime film based off the [[Anime/CowboyBebop popular show of the same name]]. It serves as a {{Interquel}} to the series, as the events of the film take place chronologically between episodes 22 and 23 of the show. It was directed by Shinichiro Watanabe, Watanabe (with assistance from Hiroyuki Okiura and Tensai Okamura), written by Keiko Nobumoto and was released on September 1, 2001.


The film also stars Ai Kobayashi as Elektra Ovilo.

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The film also stars Ai Kobayashi as Elektra Ovilo.
Ovilo, Renji Ishibashi as Rengie and Mickey Curtis as Rashid.


The ''Bebop'' crew -- Spike (Creator/KoichiYamadera), Jet (Creator/UnshoIshizuka), Faye (Creator/MegumiHayashibara), Ed (Aoi Tada), and Ein -- are going about their usual bounty hunter business when a bomb goes off in a city on Mars. The culprit, Vincent Volaju, soon has a sizeable bounty placed on his head. The gang jumps at the chance to catch Vincent Volaju (Creator/TsutomuIsobe) and claim the reward, but soon discover a deeper well of conspiracy and revenge that puts the fate of the city -- and the lives of the ''Bebop'' crew--at stake.

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The ''Bebop'' crew -- Spike (Creator/KoichiYamadera), Jet (Creator/UnshoIshizuka), Faye (Creator/MegumiHayashibara), Ed (Aoi Tada), and Ein -- are going about their usual bounty hunter business when a bomb goes off in a city on Mars. The culprit, Vincent Volaju, soon has a sizeable bounty placed on his head. The gang jumps at the chance to catch Vincent Volaju (Creator/TsutomuIsobe) (Tsutomu Isobe) and claim the reward, but soon discover a deeper well of conspiracy and revenge that puts the fate of the city -- and the lives of the ''Bebop'' crew--at stake.


''Cowboy Bebop: Knockin on Heaven's Door''[[note]]''Cowboy Bebop: The Movie'' outside of Japan[[/note]] is a 2001 anime film based off the [[Anime/CowboyBebop popular show of the same name]]. It serves as a {{Interquel}} to the series, as the events of the film take place chronologically between episodes 22 and 23 of the show.

The ''Bebop'' crew -- Spike, Jet, Faye, Ed, and Ein -- are going about their usual bounty hunter business when a bomb goes off in a city on Mars. The culprit, Vincent Volaju, soon has a sizeable bounty placed on his head. The gang jumps at the chance to catch Vincent and claim the reward, but soon discover a deeper well of conspiracy and revenge that puts the fate of the city -- and the lives of the ''Bebop'' crew--at stake.

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''Cowboy Bebop: Knockin on Heaven's Door''[[note]]''Cowboy Bebop: The Movie'' outside of Japan[[/note]] is a 2001 anime film based off the [[Anime/CowboyBebop popular show of the same name]]. It serves as a {{Interquel}} to the series, as the events of the film take place chronologically between episodes 22 and 23 of the show.

show. It was directed by Shinichiro Watanabe, written by Keiko Nobumoto and was released on September 1, 2001.

The ''Bebop'' crew -- Spike, Jet, Faye, Ed, Spike (Creator/KoichiYamadera), Jet (Creator/UnshoIshizuka), Faye (Creator/MegumiHayashibara), Ed (Aoi Tada), and Ein -- are going about their usual bounty hunter business when a bomb goes off in a city on Mars. The culprit, Vincent Volaju, soon has a sizeable bounty placed on his head. The gang jumps at the chance to catch Vincent Volaju (Creator/TsutomuIsobe) and claim the reward, but soon discover a deeper well of conspiracy and revenge that puts the fate of the city -- and the lives of the ''Bebop'' crew--at stake.
stake.

The film also stars Ai Kobayashi as Elektra Ovilo.

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* GunTwirling: Spike does this to great effect (not to mention just oozing style) in the opening sequence. For those viewers for whom the film is their introduction to the characters, it was a definitive Spike moment start them out.

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* BookEnds: The first and the final action scene both end with the criminals threatening to kill innocents, and Spike telling them to go ahead and do it [[spoiler:because he knows he can stop them before anyone else gets hurt.]]

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* MenacingHandShot: After Vincent knocks Faye to the ground, there's a POV shot from her perspective as he pulls out and opens his switchblade.

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