Welcome to the Space Show
Uchû shô e yôkoso

Welcome to the Space Show - Uchû shô e yôkoso
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Welcome to the Space Show - Japanese Version
With an intergalactic cast of thousands, Koji Masunari's colorfully explosive debut feature sets a new high for visual spectacle and sheer inventiveness of character design - in what has to…
Welcome to the Space Show - English Version
With an intergalactic cast of thousands, Koji Masunari's colorfully explosive debut feature sets a new high for visual spectacle and sheer inventiveness of character design - in what has to…

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Devin

Love the plot and character development, No time wasted in explaining the story but not rushed either. I thought the Zhugaan was a metaphor for weed tbh :p

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Rebecca

Extremely imaginative, visually fun, nonsense plot and storytelling keep this from being great. Well worth a watch!

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Bill

I'm going to disagree with Devin.
The world was HUGE and complex, very Ghibli-esque. The characters were fun and charming without being unbelievable caricatures.
There was adventure, there was heart. There was action, there was silliness. You're going to enjoy yourself!
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Devin

We can't all love the same things, that's why there are so many movies out there. I've done my research, now you do yours.

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Teresa

A multi-faceted plot; colorful and beautiful artwork, and creative in essence. Complexity in family relations, values and coming-of-age, friendship, and the corruption of people who seek to do good (ok, perhaps a bit cliche). Overall, worth a watch!

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Devin

Very interesting visuals and creature design, but the story and characters leave a lot to be desired.

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