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All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku Dash! Mode 1
All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku Dash Mode 1
Genres: Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
UR     2003     1hr 40min


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Genres: Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Sub-Genres: Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Studio: Adv Films
Format: DVD - Color - Animated,Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 10/28/2003
Release Year: 2003
Run Time: 1hr 40min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 1
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English, Japanese
Subtitles: English

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Movie Reviews

Its A Different Series Than The Original I Loved So Much
Lisa Parker | USA | 09/20/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)

"First things first, this series is not exactly a "Bad" anime series, if you go into it with an open mind and not basing the content of this series off of the original that probably inspired you to buy it in the first place it can potentially be an enjoyable anime experience. Its just that basically all of the humorous slap stick fun that made up the original APCCGNN has been replaced by a quite serious tone that makes it seem liked a messed up anime terminator love story.

I was quite sad to find out that the producers had lyposuctioned all of the humor out of the original series during the production of this one because to me that was the original entrigue. All in all i was quite dissapointed and only gave it a 2 because it shares a common title with the origianl.

I have recently ordered the APCCGNN TV! series which seems to have brought back the original hilarious Nuku Nuku and i am anticipating it greatly . . . in my professional opinion buy the TV series and not this spin off."
A woeful butchery
Sandor Swartz | Chatham, IL US | 03/21/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)

"I watched the OAV series 1 (NOT this one mind you) for All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku and was greatly impressed. I would rate it as the best anime I have EVER seen, and the third greatest thing I have EVER seen. I then proceeded to shell out big bucks to buy the complete Nuku Nuku Dash DVD set, and what did I find? They RUINED EVERYTHING! Surely not written by the same people. That is the best explanation I can come up with; I only hope it's true. I don't know for sure, so I may be wrong, but it is hard to imagine. Here is PART of the contents of an e-mail telling the man who sold it to me of my disappointment:
Speaking of Tenchi, Nuku Nuku Dash reminds me of the frustration I felt when I started watching Tenchi Universe after watching Tenchi Muyo, naively expecting it to CONTINUE instead of reinvent the characters and have them all meet each other with different histories and as if they had never met before.Only this is worse. To put it mildly, I am disappointed. More precisely, I am dumbfounded. I am horrified... mortified. They took every endearing attribute of the character Nuku Nuku save the voice of Megumi Hayashibara (and in the OAV series 1, she is such an endearing character), every intriguing feature of the other characters as well (Akiko being a psychodic corporate gunslinger, almost literally, as well as a singleminded overprotective mother), every appealing characteristic of the story and every redeeming quality of the original series and manga in general and smashed it all to heck {for fear of Amazon cutting out my words but you know what I said}. Ryunosuke is now adolescent and even though he was the pivotal part in the creation of Nuku Nuku as an android, has never even heard of her before and is now promiscuously interested in her. Nuku Nuku is no longer a quirky lovable cat person but a mindless machine half the time and a mindless person the other half, the series as a whole now focuses greatly around attempting to show sexually arousing cartoon behavior instead of the brilliant humor or story I came to expect, and the fighting itself (not to mention that annoying he-man like thing she says about protecting life every time she transforms - you know, how He-man would always say 'by the power of greyskull, I have the power!') and whatever else is left behind is nothing else but every annoying characteristic of stereotypical anime. To compare Nuku Nuku Dash to the first OAV would be to compare a flashlight to the sun. As far as I'm concerned, the first OAV is the third greatest thing I have ever watched, and this.... this is an offense! It's actually an offensive defilement the original. It's as if I were to make a brown painting entirely out of manure (and some people do consider such things art) and then have the arrogance to name it "Blue Boy 2", or to make a crude snowman and call it "Michaelangelo's David 2". At least in Tenchi Universe, they were the same characters, although their histories and ways of meeting were changed a bit. This.... this, they flushed some great characters down the toilet. Rather than consider it to be the epitome of sequals to things that are worse than the originals, I henseforth choose to deny the existence of Nuku Nuku Dash. Surely it wasn't created by the same writer. I will look upon it as what it must certainly be.... bad fanfiction that went too far and somehow got itself produced.I can see why you sold them. I'm afraid I'm going to end up doing the same. -----------------------------------------------------------Now, after reading all this, why would I ever rate it at 2 stars? Well, I had only watched the first 5 episodes. I sucked it up and finished it off. There are 12 episodes total (only 4 on the DVD this is posted for, but there is mode 2 and 3 too). I can say that they made a valliant effort to undo the damage they did in the first half, but the hole they dug themselves into was so very deep, the most inspired attempt in history couldn't have saved them. Really, if you are a BIG fan of the original like me, you are probably not the kind of person who will like this. Other than Mortal Kombat Annihilation, never has a sequel to anything ever been so much worse than the original."
Pretty good, but animation's weird
Kat Goble | Ann Arbor,Michigan | 12/17/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Okay, your probably thinking: This is just like Nuku Nuku TV? No way! Nuku Nuku, or Atsuko Natsume, is 19 years-old and is an All Purpose Cultural Cat Brain Androbot. Rynosuke meets Nuku Nuku again, in white hair and falls in love with her. Of course, guys out there would most likely be happy to have a beautiful girl like Nuku Nuku in his home, but she is also the savior of the town! With four awesome epidoses, clean opening and closing animation, and six anime previews from ADV films, Nuku Nuku packs a punch!"