No, not THAT Quon. Instead we get some punk kid.
The movie starts out with a decent Sacred Seven style fight scene. Then it self-destructed.
The first words out of this brat’s mouth are “I want to save everyone!” This is pretty much a secret keyphrase for people who watch enough anime, which indicates that the show is going to suck. This and “You’re you, ____!” are the defaults for creators who can’t be assed to come up with an interesting conflict.
Right after this exciting revelation, we learn that our protagonists are an organization of kids whose secret base is in an amusement park. They’re the Attractors, and they can change feelings into power. Good lord. They’re trying to save their own from a secret organization that’s trying to kill them because… well, because they create disorder.
Next some girl walks up to Quon, pulls her shirt down to show him her breasts, and shoves her butt in his face. He runs away, and the girl screams at some random passerby, “Stop staring at me, you pervert!” At least Fractale centered the pervert jokes around a character who was at the scene of the crime and had a name.
This all took place in the first five minutes after the initial fight scene. I’m not going to bother boring you by discussing the rest of the movie. It doesn’t get much better.
- Plot / Script – 5 / 10 – I guess the battles were ok? As in, a bad version of Sacred Seven’s.
- Characters – 4 / 10 – The most interesting was Quon, whose defining characteristic is that he wanted to save everyone.
- Production – 6 / 10 – I guess the animation was decent? It is Bones after all. The music was awful though.
- Overall – D-
Recommendations – Go watch Rahxephon? I’m not going to recommend anything like this movie.