Three of the Best Japanese Animated Films On UMD For PSP

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Japanese animation film distributor Manga Entertainment proudly presents three of the most influential anime films of all time formatted for viewing on the Portable Sony Play Station player. These UMD versions of Ghost in the Shell, Ninja Scroll and Blood: The Last Vampire will be released simultaneously in the USA, Canada and UK on August 23, 2005 by Anchor Bay Entertainment.

Based on the original manga by Masamune Shirow, Director Mamoru Oshii’s original anime feature film Ghost in the Shell first took the world by storm by introducing audiences to a new wave of Japanese animation. Employing mesmerizing cinematic expression and seamlessly merging traditional cel animation with the latest computer graphic imagery, this stunning sci-fi spectacle broke through the boundaries of mainstream animation with its detailed artistic direction and uniquely intelligent story line and was a primary conceptual influence for Hollywood directors the Wachowski Brothers in the development of The Matrix films.

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Japanese animation film distributor Manga Entertainment proudly presents three of the most influential anime films of all time formatted for viewing on the Portable Sony Play Station player. These UMD versions of Ghost in the Shell, Ninja Scroll and Blood: The Last Vampire will be released simultaneously in the USA, Canada and UK on August 23, 2005 by Anchor Bay Entertainment.

Based on the original manga by Masamune Shirow, Director Mamoru Oshii’s original anime feature film Ghost in the Shell first took the world by storm by introducing audiences to a new wave of Japanese animation. Employing mesmerizing cinematic expression and seamlessly merging traditional cel animation with the latest computer graphic imagery, this stunning sci-fi spectacle broke through the boundaries of mainstream animation with its detailed artistic direction and uniquely intelligent story line and was a primary conceptual influence for Hollywood directors the Wachowski Brothers in the development of The Matrix films.

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