That being said while the greenery and the roads may not be on par with some of the more picturesque anime of the modern era, they do still look good. Aeronautics enthusiasts will love this fantasy series' attention to detail, but its story and characters could use a little tune-up. It's a competent dub that manages to get through most of the script's technical jargon without stumbling. Does racing success translate into love success? The next day, Natsuki becomes suspicious of Takumi's lack of interest in her. If you'd like to show off your anime collection, send me your photos at! During their practice, the inept Speedstars are outmaneuvered by the RedSuns' advanced driving techniques; however, this does not stop Iketani from attempting to keep up.
Shingo then admits that if Takumi loses, Shingo will overthrow Nakazato as the new leader of the NightKids. Ryosuke's tires cause him to slide outwards, allowing Takumi to take the inside and win the race. Kami tidak menyimpan file film tersebut di server sendiri dan kami hanya menempelkan link-link tersebut di website kami. Takumi Fujiwara delivers Tofu for a living. In a post-credits scene, Ryosuke is seen inviting Takumi to a battle as invitation to join Ryosuke's new team, Project D. Right now one of the biggest shows streaming is a F.
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. Eventually, Nakazato drives into the outside, causing Takumi to drive into the inside, overtaking Nakazato. This is particularly noticeable in the case of Takumi's love interest Natsuki, whose role in the movie feels disconnected from the rest of the story. About This Video The wheels are set in motion as Koichiro Iketani of the Akina Speedstars witnesses a mysterious driver outmaneuver and beat rival Keisuke Takahashi of Akagi RedSuns. Like a classic car, an imitation rebuild just lacks that certain something.
Sometimes it feels like everything these days is a sequel or a remake - but is that really even a new phenomenon? Takumi starts in front, but is pressured by Ryosuke's driving skills being equally matched to Takumi's, especially at his gutter run. Along with the usual trailers, this release also includes a short clip form the second movie in the trilogy. The stakes for Takumi are incredibly low in this story arc; he wants to borrow his dad's car for a date, and his dad will only let him have it if he can beat Keisuke in a race. The stakes for Takumi are incredibly low in this story arc; he wants to borrow his dad's car for a date, and his dad will only let him have it if he can beat Keisuke in a race. 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. That night, Takumi was seen driving Koichiro Iketani's Nissan Silvia S13.
In the English dub, however, most of the cast from the original series reprised their roles for the trilogy. I never read the original Initial D manga, nor did I see the original anime series. Some of this is to be expected though, as with less time to play around with than the manga had, there is naturally less opportunity to build characters and relationships. All three seasons are available on , while season one is also available on. Overall Grade: B Initial D Legend 1: Awakeninghas everything any Initial D fan will need to make them very happy.
Extra: You'll find a review of season one , and we have and a full for season two. Drifting along Okay, confession time. That show has not aged well at all in the visual department. Some of them barely get more than a brief mention of their name, if that. Eventually, at the Five Consecutive Hairpins, Takumi becomes overpressured, and enters the corner too fast, making him lose control, and allowing Ryosuke take the lead.
Meanwhile, Yuichi Tachibana overhears the situation and tells the Akina Speedstars why Takumi refuses to race. I'm a bit sad to see the over-the-top soundtrack of the original series replaced with something less bombastic, but the new music does at least set the appropriate mood for each scene. Takumi's best friend Itsuki dreams of buying his own car and becoming a famous street racer, but Takumi couldn't care less about the idea of driving fast for fun. Afterwards, Nakazato tells Ryosuke that he witnesses Takumi Fujiwara's gutter technique he used to defeat Keisuke Takahashi, and believes that he battling Takumi will make things interesting. 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.
While there, they witnessed an impromptu battle between Takumi's previous rivals, Keisuke Takahashi and Takeshi Nakazato. Unbeknownst to everyone else, it was Takumi who defeated Keisuke at that first encounter as he was returning home from the morning delivery run. When a well-funded team of racers rolls into town and threatens to defeat the locals on their home turf, Takumi is drafted into competing head to head against ace driver Keisuke Takahashi. 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. There is also a 2005 live-action adaptation filmed in Hong Kong, starring international idol Jay Chou. 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.