Me gumi no Daigo: Kajiba no Baka Yarou

Daigo of Fire Company

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English: Daigo of Fire Company
Synonyms: Megumi no Daigo, Me-gumi no Daigo
Japanese: め組の大吾 火事場のバカヤロー


Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 27, 1999
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Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Sunrise
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, DramaDrama
Duration: 45 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.241 (scored by 397397 users)
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Ranked: #73892
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Popularity: #10812
Members: 1,033
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Daigo Asahina is Medaka Gumi #2's/Me Gumi's new rookie firefighter, and already he's done crazy things, like throwing people off of a rooftop to save them from an explosion. He had good intentions, but his deeds are starting to hurt the company's reputation. At Sengoku City's Concert Hall, a fire breaks, and the some Emergency Rescue Squad needs rescuing. Daigo will do all he can to keep his promise: Not to let anyone die on the job.

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Nishizawa, Susumu
Kitadani, Hiroshi
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Hamaguchi, Shirou
Soda, Masahito
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Dec 9, 2011
afrowolf (All reviews)
I found this passably entertaining, but a few things didn't work for me:

It's a highly dramatic bit of animation that really seems to be emulating the live-action blockbuster hero action movies of the time. Slow-motion scenes, hyper dramatic soundtrack, a weepy love-interest, and loads of shouting.
There is even an antagonist for the hero to win over: a scruffy self-righteous reporter who has impeccable timing for showing up when there is fire-related action. Oh, and he's very concerned about damage to taxpayer property.

What makes the above not work is that there is no rising tension to make the final vindication of our hero resonate with read more

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