PSYCHO-PASS The Movie DVD
About PSYCHO-PASS The Movie DVD
Psycho-Pass The Movie is set in a futuristic Japan. The Sibyl System is charged with keeping the peace. Using extensive surveillance and biological monitoring to gauge the likelihood that individuals will commit a crime, the police are able to use weapons called Dominators to remove potential criminals from the population before they become a problem. Confident with the success of the System within their own borders, the Japanese government has begun to export the technology to other countries, planning to ultimately spread the System across the globe.
When the state of SEAUn brings the Sibyl System in to test its effectiveness, it becomes a haven of peace and safety—for a time. Eventually, terrorists from SEAUn begin appearing in Japan, somehow slipping through the System’s security and attacking from within. Desperate for answers, Inspector Akane Tsunemori is sent overseas to bring the terrorists to justice. But when her investigation forces her into a standoff with an old ally, will she be able to pull the trigger? Find out in the feature film of critically acclaimed series PSYCHO-PASS.
Special Features: Commentary, Trailers
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English Subtitles
- Publisher: FUNIMATION
- Media: DVD
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Drama
- Age Rating: 17+
- Run Time: 113
- Release Date: 6/7/2016
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: 1
Ratings & Reviews
Great movie but needs more special feature
I bought this movie because the same as the blu-ray movie. They are both bare bones and have little special features. Either than that it is a really good movie
Worthy of fans of the franchise
by ROBERT -
Cash grab of one of the best sci-fi anime ever? YES
Still pretty good? YES
Shogo Makashima is a hard act to follow, and the movie does not live up to season 1, yet it is believable and fresh.
6/10 overall. psycho pass didn't need more than what it had, it always seems like the fault in the system is a cheap trick, and is the strongest argument that the ghost in the Shell franchise is better, but both are good in their own right.