The full trailer was revealed on 16 May 2014, containing an entirely new Japanese cast. But what i can tell is, that the Producers try with this new Movie to find more Fans maybe some who never Watched it before because the graphics where absolutly bad in past. And look nice it does, although the movie has lost far more than it has gained. Worst of all, though, it removed the series' signature Eurobeat soundtrack, instead replacing it with some awful rap music. Takumi arrives and witnesses the situation as the NightKids drove off.
The car action parts will be the highlights of the movie, and seeing how the staff brings that onto the canvas will without a doubt be worth watching. Shingo, refusing to lose, decides to end the race in a double crash, but Takumi countersteers in time and moves out of Shingo's way, causing Shingo to crash, and lose the race. The decision to use generic rock music rather than Eurobeat, the series' staple, is beyond disappointing-- it's actually baffling. But the fact is, it doesn't. This movie has the potential to become a blockbuster appealing to various kinds of audiences, including anime fans, movie fans, manga fans, and car fans.
The English dub keeps most of the original dub, but they are far superior here thanks to some extra experience, along with a better script, but the Japanese dub is where this movie really stands up. At least this could get viewers on the track to the original and there are still two movies yet to come. I mean, Gundam for the most part very rarely changes the cast and neither has the new Evangelion series. Eventually, Nakazato drives into the outside, causing Takumi to drive into the inside, overtaking Nakazato. I know what happens, but it usually ends up becoming a big blur in my head. The next morning, Takumi and Natsuki play around at a beach during their date, where Takumi realizes his experience regarding the previous night's race. There's a lot of cool moments to satisfy both action and racing fans, but there's nothing to really make you care about the characters.
The next day, Iketani learns that his boss, Yuichi Tachibana, reveals that the Eight-Six is a tofu delivery vehicle owned by , Takumi's father. Other than that, fans of Initial D who have prior exposure know what to expect. People new to Initial D should be aware that, like the original series, there's a bit of car and racing terminology that is pretty much gibberish to anyone who doesn't follow the scene. As for the final race, if you play the arcade games, the pace of the race works in accurate conjunction to that so I can't really make an excuse it feels to rushed. He would have his son deliver tofu using his Eight-Six every day, forcing Takumi to learn how to drive the downhill slopes perfectly, keeping the car steady to stop the tofu from separating and also keeping the speed up to keep the customers happy. Enraged, Takumi drives recklessly, even going as far as cutting corners and bumping guardrails.
The old just can't compare. However, Ryosuke believes that Nakazato's car is incapable of defeating Takumi's Eight-Six, much to Nakazato's chagrin. Part 2 of the series, named Legend 2: Racer, was released on May 23, 2015 and part 3 of the series, named Legend 3: Dream, was released on February 6, 2016. The film will in theaters in Singapore on Thursday, December 4. The next day, Takumi's upcoming battle against Ryosuke Takahashi is fast-approaching. I can't say I recommend it.
There's a new cast here and at its head is Mamoru Miyano, a star of considerable talent who has previously starred as Light Yagami in Death Note, Kei Nagai from Ajin, Ryuuji in Persona 5 and many more. The title of the movie has also been revealed: New Initial D: The Movie - Legend 1: The Awakening. There are a few jarring moments, like when a car does a J-turn, but the animators never got the hang of J-turns anyway. If the bigwigs behind the anime wanted to go for the movie approach, they should have tightened up the pacing and covered a much larger amount of content. This movie marks the 35th anniversary of Young Magazine Kodansha in which the original manga was serialized, making it a series of epic length. Because of this, racing groups from all over the Gunma prefecture issue challenges to Takumi to see if he really has what it takes to be a road legend.
I say viewers with no familiarity will be more open minded to the changes and may enjoy it. With the upper angles, the frame rate felt rough but the lower angles the frame rate was much smoother. There is a major lack of intensity during the races as a result of this stupid decision. Later on, the Akina SpeedStars suspect that Takumi's interest in Natsuki causes him to zone out, so Itsuki drives Takumi to Akina later that night to help the latter regain focus on racing. Both the English and Japanese dubs are here. Overall 6 Story 7 Animation 7 Sound 6 Character 7 Enjoyment 6 This movie is a retelling of the first fifth of the original series, specifically the base rivalry between Takumi and Keisuke.
Because of this, racing groups from all over the Gunma prefecture issue challenges to Takumi to see if he really has what it takes to be a road legend. The movie is a retelling of the early stages of the manga and is split into three parts with the first part, Legend 1: Awakening released on August 23, 2014. Meanwhile, this new movie will be something we could call a compilation of the series. After the battle, Takumi asks Ryosuke why he slowed down during the last section of the race, to which Ryosuke responds by telling Takumi the truth and accepts the defeat. Others do not fare nearly as well, with Keisuke being robbed of all personality by his new seiyuu. It is the go-to street racing manga and anime series.
As one can guess from the title, this is going to be a film series, a trilogy to be exact, as it was recently revealed. Initial D's movie retelling- itself an adaptation of an adaptation- is not one that aims to reinvent the series it is based on. There are much better things you could spend the hour with instead. I mean, most players can beat Akina in about 3 minutes. If you want to edit the data, please fill the data there, then, push the refresh data button. Eventually, Ryosuke's tires wear out, and Takumi manages to come level with Ryosuke.
We expect new developments starting in August. Takumi is a quiet and reserved kid with no real passion for anything, but unbeknownst to him his father has been training him for years in the art of street racing. Initial D: New Theatrical Edition is a 2014—2016 Japanese anime film series based on the manga series Initial D by Shuichi Shigeno. Despite Takumi's claim that he is not a racer, Keisuke claims that Takumi's racing skills are part of Takumi's own pride before eventually departing. He then learns that steering less will let him clear corners faster.