Burn Up Excess is the latest installment in the Burn Up saga. What started out as a near future cop drama in Burn Up evolved into a breast-obsessed action/comedy in Burn Up W and finally became fluffy self-effacing comedy in Burn Up Excess.
Burn Up Excess has everything a growing teenage boy needs - guns, car chases, and absurdly proportioned woman bouncing their way through every scene. Team Warrior might not be the most precise special forces group to combat crime but they are certainly the most scantily clothed. But betweeen all the bouncing and ditzness, they do manage to solve the crimes.
The animation is standard fare and the stories are entertaining. Overall, the quality of production is very good. If you liked the Charlie's Angels movies, you going to enjoy Burn Up Excess.
Volume 1: "To Serve and Protect" Plot Summary:
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Languages: English VHS, Japanese w/subtitles VHS, or Multilingual DVD
Video: 4:3 NTSC Standard Aspect Ratio
Audio: 2.0 Dolby Digital
American Release Status: Unavailable
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Creator: Toru Miura
Director: Shinchiro Kimura
Character Designer: Yuji Ikeda
Music: Shinobu Uchida
Animation Director: Yuji Ikeda
Animation Studio: AIC
Culture Publishers, Inc.
American Producers: ADV Films
Volume 1 Information
Title: To Serve and Protect
Running Time: 100
Number of Episodes On This Volume: 0
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