See 火の鳥2772 愛のコスモゾーン (手塚 治虫) 1980 .
See 火の鳥2772 愛のコスモゾーン (手塚治虫)(1980年).
See 火の鳥2772 愛のコスモゾーン (手塚治虫)(1980年).
See 火の鳥2772 愛のコスモゾーン (手塚治虫)(1980年).
See SPACE FIREBIRD 2772 (German).
See 火の鳥 未来編.
See 月曜ロードショー 火の鳥2772 愛のコスモゾーン 番宣CM.
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Apparently 2772 has suffered much the same method that Nausicaa suffered in translation, further add the dilemma of context and we have something that no doubt has justifiably earned some weak scores from reviewers. I haven't seen the old dub, but actually with its Region 4 reissue on DVD (and I assume an R1 to follow), what we receive is something truly magnificent. Not excellent by any means, but definitely Tezuka working at the peak of his animating ability. For those who have seen his experimental short films, this movie seems to be much from that same vein. Here is where context comes in, because as a stand alone film, 2772 may seem weird and difficult to appreciate. Taken as a whole--with Tezuka's another work under your belt--well, then you have something truly special.The storyline does not seem a direct adaptation of any of the phoenix stories, but many familiar characters (both from Phoenix and elsewhere) appear. The storyline line will feel familiar and at home with anyone who has read the phoenix books, but it is something fresh (it is sort of a fresh twist on the ebook 'future'.) The true treat here though is the animation. With what is seemingly more funds than Tezuka knew what to do with, virtually each stage is fertile with fresh ideas. Shots are rarely 'flat' the method they are in TV shows like Astroboy and Kimba. Instead, we have fluid perspective where not only are the characters moving, but so is the 'camera'. There are numerous multi-layered scenes using different psychedelic textures and cloud patterns. Much effort is place into making each stage feel important. When all these techniques are not enough, Tezuka resorts to what he knows best, and just begins drawing the most surreal zone monsters you should imagine. For instance, on a planet that seems to be run by Mustachio, we see each possible alien design, most of which are ridiculous (reminiscient of the surreal encounters in 'Nostalgia'.) From the perspective of a fanatic of animation and a fanatic of Tezuka, Phoenix 2772 (I'm not sure why it is translated 'space fire bird') is a 10/10. This is in so many methods the culmination of Tezuka's studies in animation, a celebration of fresh chances (and also of animation in general.) The flavor of the original Phoenix stories are also captured with perfection in this movie despite 2772 being a fresh story.For outsiders however; those who don't know Tezuka's works and may not have interest in pre-90's anime, 2772 should be a hard work that at times seems pointless, and with an end that makes tiny sense. I think the original language with subtitles could support tremendously, but the movie is still quite surreal and takes some possibilities (that may be seen as faults by some.) With that in mind, I've given the movie an 8/10 (but fanatics will know it deserves more.)
Please note that I am judging from the English dub VHS, which I was lucky enough to explore in a pawn shop. Phoenix 2772 was a film by Osamu Tezuka, inspired by his "Hi no Tori" series of comics (which were a series of short stories spanning centuries which were connected by the idea of the legendary Phoenix), which details a young boy called Gadoh who, after having a run-in with the law, escapes the world in order to capture the Phoenix, and ends up going through a trial of self-discovery.You type of have to understand the creator and have a really launch mind (and a tolerance for less-than-stellar delivery--more on that later). Osamu Tezuka was not your average manga author: He wasn't content to just say stories of heroes and villains, but of deep characters with human personalities. His stories usually had some form of moral to them, but he didn't hamfist it or deliver it in a package, like in a Disney cartoon, but rather said sweeping, epic stories wrapped around the mission he was trying to convey, but delivered in such a method where it was never shoved down your throat. Moreover, he felt stories shouldn't be limited to feel-good journeys or comedy, and thus most of his items had a very emotional quality to it. I personally feel Phoenix 2772 delivered on that.Yes, the movie won't instantly create sense if you go in, expecting a Disney-esquire song and dance number with a lot of feel-good moments and a "good guys everytime win" message. What instead needs to happen is that one needs to forget how things "should" work and instead prepare for anything. With an launch mind and a tiny bit of thought, the storyline of this movie makes excellent sense.The low mission is one that's not a fault of the storyline or the creator, but rather of the translators: The English dub is bad. Mouths move, yet no one is talking. The voice actors sound like they're trying to sound natural, but forget that they're voice acting for an animated movie, so we have moments where mouths are moving yet no one is talking, and things like that. One flaw I particularly noticed is that the Phoenix of the game is everytime referred to as "272" instead of "2772," and no one should quite decide how to pronounce the main character's name (is it Godah, Gadoh, Gardoh, etc.) But... if you can overlook this and you can stand movies that require you to think instead of just delivering all the answers to you on a silver platter, then this one is worth a try, even if you can only search the English dub ver (which DOES seem to have been edited).
I saw this film when i was 7 years old and i still remember it as th e matter of facts i have it on my collection, it may look not nice to adults or to the "newer" anime fan. but to me this is a classic(note it's very suitable for children) if you grew up with Starzinger(Spaceketeers) Mazinger Z, Voltes V, Techno Police 21C, Starblazers, Zone Fighters Baldios many more from the era you will play this! You will love Olga (Godo's female cyborg) and Pincho (friendly alien pet)This is the original serialized storyline for the theatrical movie "The Phoenix," the theme of which is the immortality of life. Vs the background of a futuristic universe, Godo, who at first has karma as a human being, is transformed into a god through numerous ordeals. As this was the first full-animated film, the outlines of human figures are slightly blurred, presenting a technical trouble to be overcome. The whole storyline reflects Tezuka Osamu's desire to portray transformation, including the episode in which a female-shaped robot falls in love with a boy and has her dream granted by the Phoenix. Champion of the Inkpot Award at the 1980 San Diego Comic Convention, and theAnimation Award at the 1st Las Vegas Movie Festival, 1980
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