The series live-action ‘Cowboy Bebop’ It just made its debut on Netflix – and divided critics.
No Rotten Tomatoes, the work conquered dividers 49% approval from the specialized critic, with grade 5.70/10 based on 42 reviews until now. 21 positive and 22 negative.
The general consensus is that “This live-action Bebop has a fun crew, but replaces all the soul of the original material with something disappointing and tacky.”
“The series is more cartooned than the anime that inspired it” – Slant Magazine.
“If there’s anything cool in the anime, ‘Cowboy Bebop’ will fight to make you silly or stupid” – AV Club.
“The execution can never live up to the intentions” – Espinof.
“As the season goes on, ‘Cowboy Bebop’ it becomes an unbalanced mix of successful innovations and tedious experimentation” – Vulture.
“The new Bebop looks unique but has a generic feel” – The Atlantic.[display-posts orderby="rand"]
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The adaptation is the result of a partnership between the Netflix it’s at Tomorrow Studios and will have 10 episodes in its first season.
the cast has John Cho, Mustafa Shakir, Daniella Pineda, Elena Satine e Alex Hassell.
Andre Nemec, Josh Appelbaum, Jeff Pinkner, e Scott Rosenberg are the executive producers. The director of the original production, Shinichiro Watanabe, will act as a consultant.
With touches of philosophy, deep and psychological dialogues, the anime ‘Cowboy Bepop’ tells the story of a group of bounty hunters who travel in a spaceship titled Bepop. And as they look for work, the conversations become even more interesting and reflective.