City Hunter Shinjuku Private Eyes Blu-ray
About City Hunter Shinjuku Private Eyes Blu-ray
City Hunter Shinjuku Private Eyes is an anime film directed by Kenji Kodama.
Ryo Saeba is back, bringing the flavors of the 1980s to 2019! When gorgeous model Ai Shindo finds herself stalked by mysterious men, she comes to Ryo and his crew for protection. While he tries to hunt down the potential assassins (and maybe score a little nookie in the process), he ends up catching wind of a superweapon shipment landing in Shinjuku very soon. Could the two be connected? And with City Hunter on the case, will Tokyo survive the night?! City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes brings the beloved franchise into a new era, offering a non-stop ride of stunning action animation, gut-busting comedy, and enough cameos to make any fan squeal!
- Publisher: EASTERN STAR
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Comedy, Mystery, Science Fiction
- Age Rating: 13+
- Run Time: 95
- Year Created: 2019
- Release Date: 5/26/2020
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Ryo Saeba returns for more XYZ
by MKY -
I was surprised how good this movie turned out. After what seemed three decades since the original TV series ended, Sunrise and Aniplex made a good nostalgic effort here with "Shinjuku". Not only does Akira Kamiya return as Ryo, but Kazue Ikura as Kaori, and Tessho Genda as Umibozu. However, another voice actor portrays Saeko Nogami, but to be honest, I didn't realize this until the closing credits as its been awhile.
Great that every opening/closing song from the TV series is replayed in the movie. The animation of Kaori with her 100-ton hammer, Ryo's personality from a professional Sweeper to a perverted Mokkori chaser, to the outrageous gunplay of his .357 Magnum was just as I remembered from the old show. Easily 5 stars if your a City Hunter fan as I am. Also remember that the original City Hunter was only offered SUBTITLED by ADV back in the 90's, so don't expect Eastern Star to offer a dubbed version either.
A forgotten classic anime series
by JAMES Tang -
This anime is fantastic and a great series. Not many people know it unless you were in your teens in the 1970-1980's. This anime is worth watching.and it deserves it's place on the shelf of your home.