Film Review: Cowboy Bebop: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door (2001) by Shinichiro Watanabe

Film Review: Cowboy Bebop: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door (2001) by Shinichiro Watanabe
The Japanese science fiction anime “Cowboy Bebop” is a 1998 twenty-six episode television series which takes place on Mars in the year 2071. Highly acclaimed and popular in the West, it’s about the adventures of a bunch of bounty hunters who fly around in the spaceship named “Bebop”. The aspect of connecting with one’s past, loneliness and lost is a reoccurring theme through the series. Furthermore, thanks to the amazing jazz soundtrack and action sequences, this is a memorable production indeed.

In 2001, “Cowboy Bebop: Knockin on Heaven’s Door” hits the big screen with more action and a bigger budget, however, it’s internationally known as “Cowboy Bebop: the Movie”, a full length feature film set near the end of the original series concerning a terrorist releasing a deadly virus on Mars. The reward for capturing him in is too tempting for our favorite bounty hunters to
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