‘Promare’ Film Review: Studio Trigger Creates an Eye-Popping, Provocative Anime for Its First Feature

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Injecting an intoxicating shot of frantic energy and sleek color directly into your pupils, the post-apocalyptic sci-fi action saga "Promare" plays like an anime-induced euphoric trip. Marking the first feature release for both Japanese outfit Studio Trigger and its co-founder and director Hiroyuki Imaishi, this visual potion spiced with fiery duels and supernatural machinery is at its most potent when taken without much concern for its bewildering mechanics. Known for fan-favorite shows "Kill la Kill" and "Gurren Lagann," works that feature campy erotic innuendos mostly missing . . .
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