Initial D Legend Theatrical Collection Blu-ray

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About Initial D Legend Theatrical Collection Blu-ray

Initial D Legend Theatrical Collection contains the following three movies: Awakening, Racer, and Dream of the series directed by Masamitsu Hidaka.

When an unplanned street duel launches tofu delivery driver Takumi Fujiwara into the world of high stakes street racing, the competition isn't going to know what hit them. The son of another legendary driver, the unassuming Takumi quickly becomes the downhill racing phenomenon to beat, with a line of challengers as long as the deadly Mt. Akina road itself! There's no time to blink. No chance to second guess your strategy. The streets of Japan become a deadly arena for an incredible battle where if you have everything under control, you're not moving fast enough! Hold onto your breath as the legendary series that introduced the sport of drift racing to the west is reinvented in a series of new feature films that will strip the surface from the blacktops!

Special Features: Movies Recap & Preview Videos, Japanese Preview, Clean Closing Animation


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action
  • Themes: Sports
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 180
  • Release Date: 9/17/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 2
  • Region Code: A

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Just as great as the anime, if not better

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As a fan of the series, and a fan of cars and Motorsports, I really like this. It's stage 1 of the anime, but redone in a film format that plays out to the advantage of the story, as it cuts out parts of the story that aren't as essential.

The Good:
-Good animation
-Good voice acting
-Revamps the old art style without losing it's identity
-Just a great remake of stage 1

The Bad:
-Eurobeat is replaced by rock
-Fanservice is a little much when your family is around (considering it's just about racing)
-All on one disc (I'd rather have three individual discs)

All in all, I really like it. I just wish Sentai would turn the other stages into music, but beggars can't be choosers. Would I recommend this to fans of cars and racing? Absolutely. What about to fans of the original series? Yes. Would I recommend this to fans of anime in general? I think so, as even if you aren't the biggest fan of cars and racing, you can still appreciate the voice work, writing, and animation.