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Can anyone tell me which version of the series is the best in quality? My nephew has downloaded the remastered version but that version is black on the far right and left side of the screen on my 42 inch tv. It's resolution is 720 x 480. Does anyone know if there is a 1080p version? If not which version do you guys recommend?
I doubt you'd find anything on the net' for it(at least in regards to downloading high-quality stuff). The show is just too old, by "anime shelf life" standards. Your best bet would be to buy the series outright.
Amazon has the complete series (anime legends collection) from $29 - $40, depending on whom you want to buy it from.
Quite the bargin, considering how good the anime is
Anybody any word on the live action movie? Haven't heard anything for a while. I hope it's not shit!
It's in development hell - last i heard, the script would be too "expensive to shoot," so they sent it back to the writer, who works on it to this day. Since then, Keanu's been doing his living meme stuff, being happy as opposed to sad, practicing tai chi in public, breastfeeding crying children . . .
half a billion dollars for a script..just what was sunrise thinking i wonder?
It's more like, does it really take a half billion dollars to shoot a space western/noir? Serenity cost like 40 million to piece together. Were they planning on handing the effects off to both Weta or IL&M? Sheesh.
You know the perfect guy to handle it: Robert Rodriguez. He knows how to do gun blazing action, can work with a tight budget, and he's well versed in the art of noir and western. He's never going to do Sin City 2 anyways
everything about cowboy bebop was just perfect. the humor, the character, the ending(!!!).
there is no way it could ever get better.
even though the movie was not bad it just didn't make anything better. no movie or continuation could ever top the original episodes.
After the creation of the series, an interviewer asked Watanabe if he had any plans to create more Cowboy Bebop material. Watanabe responded by saying that he does not believe that he "should just keep on making Cowboy Bebop sequels for the sake of it". Watanabe added that ending production and "to quit while we're ahead when people still want more" is more "in keeping with the Bebop spirit". In a more recent interview from 2006 with The Daily Texan, Watanabe was asked if there would ever be more Cowboy Bebop. Watanabe's answer was "someday...maybe, someday".