Trigun: Badlands Rumble
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Trigun: Badlands Rumble
More than a decade after the Trigun broadcast series debuted (1998), Vash the Stampede is back in a new adventure, Badlands Rumble (2010). As the film opens, Vash keeps bank robber Gasback and his henchmen from killing each other. Twenty years later, Gasback attacks Macca City, the town the henchmen built. A five billion double dollar policy from the Bernardelli Insurance Society protects the gargantuan bronze statue looming over the town, so Meryl and Milly are on hand to protect the company's investment. Gasback's plan has brought scores of bounty hunters to Bacca in pursuit of the staggering reward on his head, including Amelia, a mysterious redhead who has the misfortune to catch Vash's eye. As bullets fly, Vash keeps people from being killed and faces down his old friend, gun-totin' preacher Nicholas Wolfwood. When the smoke finally clears and the credits roll, Vash learns that every throw of the dice can have greater consequences then he realizes. Johnny Yong Bosch re-creates the role of Vash, mixing over-the-top romantic nonsense and serious reflections. The rest of the cast is new, with Brad Hawkins as a slightly cooler Wolfwood and Trina Nishimura as a properly befuddled Milly. In the extras, Trigun creator Yasuhiro Nightow says that Badlands Rumble was made in response to the requests of North American fans. Given the popularity of Trigun--and the movie's inconclusive ending--there may be more adventures in store for the irrepressible Humanoid Typhoon. (Rated TV 14: violence, violence against women, alcohol and tobacco use) --Charles Solomon
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After viewing it, I have to say I was not disappointed one bit.
Trigun Badlands stays true to its originality of the anime from over 10 years ago and holds itself very well. It starts with a bang and stays that way all the way to the end. All the cast is present including that black annoying cat that pops here and there. Wolfwood and Vash definately cracked me up even more in this one :)
Action, comedy, suspense it is all in here. As the previous review stated this was way too short (only 90 minutes) and I would have enjoyed it no matter what length for it was fun and entertaining.
Now I am all amped up I am going to rewatch the anime series!
This is definately a must own for any Trigun fan. Keep 'em coming!
The only negative thing is that it's only 90 minutes -- there needs to be more! :)
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Its like the series. if you love the series, you'll be please with this movie. The better way to pprove it is to watch it. ^_^Published on June 11 2014 by Jonathan maher