Patlabor 2

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This animated feature is the sequel to Oshii Mamoru's dark and thoughtful Patlabor, based on a video and television series of the same name. Captain Goto finds himself and his colleagues in the Mobile Police Patlabor division, caught in a web of political intrigue as a disgruntled veteran of the Japanese Self-Defense Force leads a militant terrorist group into a violent assault against Tokyo.
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This animated feature is the sequel to Oshii Mamoru's dark and thoughtful Patlabor, based on a video and television series of the same name. Captain Goto finds himself and his colleagues in the Mobile Police Patlabor division, caught in a web of political intrigue as a disgruntled veteran of the Japanese Self-Defense Force leads a militant terrorist group into a violent assault against Tokyo.
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Animerica - Mark Simmons
This is a suspenseful and atmospheric movie, packed with geopolitical intrigue and some very pointed commentary on Japan's role in the modern world.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/11/2006
  • UPC: 858604001035
  • Original Release: 1993
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  • Source: Image Entertainment
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:53:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Toshio Furukawa Voice Only
Michihiro Ikemizu Voice Only
Technical Credits
Mamoru Oshii Director
Kazunori Ito Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Patlabor 2: The Movie
1. Somewhere in Southeast Asia [3:42]
2. Main Title [2:32]
3. Noa, Asuma, and Labor 1 [1:51]
4. Labor Academy [2:16]
5. SV2 Station House [1:39]
6. Shinobu's Past [2:16]
7. Road Runner to the Scene [1:47]
8. The Bay Bridge Explosion [1:07]
9. Suspicions on the SDF [2:11]
10. Matsui's Questioning [3:16]
11. "Bay Bridge Memories" [3:10]
12. Arakawa, Gotoh, and Shinobu [5:03]
13. The Phantom Bomb Run [6:03]
14. Aquarium [8:12]
15. Misawa AFB's Sit-in Protest's Ripple Effect [4:04]
16. Camp Nerima [3:39]
17. Self-Defense Forces Peacekeeping Operations [4:32]
18. The Beginning of Martial Siege [2:14]
19. Matsui Slips In [3:25]
20. Shinobu and Tsuge Meet Again [4:52]
21. Hellhounds and the Mysterious Airships [2:27]
22. TMPD Conference Room, Part 1 [2:10]
23. The Decimation of the SV2 Station House [:40]
24. TMPD Conference Room, Part 2 [2:23]
25. Gotoh and Shinobu Escape [3:56]
26. The Old 2nd Unit Reassembles [5:58]
27. Gas Panic [2:07]
28. Car Window to Window Talk [2:30]
29. Preparing for the Mission [2:32]
30. The Phantom Shimbashi Station [:54]
31. The Final Mission of the SV2 2nd Unit [4:24]
32. Ingrams Versus Lxtl's [6:01]
33. Tsuge and Shinobu [3:52]
34. Epilogue [5:23]
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Disc #1 -- Patlabor 2: The Movie
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      English 5.1ch Surround
      Japanese 5.1ch Surround
      English Subtitles: On
      English Subtitles: Signs Only
      English Subtitles: Off
   Extras
      Teaser
      Trailer
      TV Commercial
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Story, not action

    This is a movie devoted to telling a story in the old-style school using modern settings and people. The characters alone are drawn fairly realistic - none of the big-eyed slant nosed generic silliness of Saturday morning cartoons. Action fans who only like action will be bored; people who like mysteries, people who like characters who don't save the world for breakfast every day, and in general someone looking for what could be considered a smart, entirely human setting and plot will be satisfied. The goal was to create an atmosphere, a sense of reality, a feeling that these people were ordinary people just doing their job. The plot has already pretty much been covered: stop a ''mad genius'' who is terroizing Japan and causing disruption. There is some action in the effort to do so, and action sprinkled here and there, but in the end, the bad guy ends up in handcuffs, not in some duel-to-the-death dramatic final fight where he's killed. Motorheads who like futuristic machinery may also have fun, as long as they don't have to have it slung in their faces every other shot.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great film

    I don't have much to add to what the other reviewers said, except for a warning. Do not watch this if you are new to the Patlabor franchise, you will be completely lost. Start with the original series or the TV series, then come back to this. Believe me, you will be glad you did.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Rewatchability? Eternal.

    ''Patlabor 2'' is one of the best animes I have ever seen next to ''Akira''. This completely cerebral movie has sharper color and a better plot than the original ''Patlabor: The Mobile Police''. The characters are well designed and thought out. What I like about this movie is that this is not a general plot of ''catch-the-bad-guy-without-destroying-the-earth''. ''Patlabor 2'' presents a perfectly original plot that keeps you on the edge of your seat through the entire movie. ''Patlabor 2'' stands head and shoulders above the competition and blasts the other weak animes to. . .well, you know.

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