CG animation Titles

CG animation: (Style) Anime of this style are using (a significant amount of) computer generated animation / 3D animation.

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Appleseed (2004)
Rent It`s 2131 A.D.. Deunan Knute had been a soldier in the battlefields for most of her life. When the World War ends, she`s transported to the city of Olympus to live peacefully and finds out that, in an effort to protect the human race from future wars, humans have created the Bioriods, a geneticaly enhanced race of people that have restrained feelings and therefore cannot hurt each other.

Appleseed 2 (2007)
Watch Produced by John Woo and directed by Shinji Aramaki, Appleseed Ex Machina (2007) ranks as the most elaborate, stylish, and violent of the three adaptations of Masamune Shirow's manga. When it was released in 1988, the original Appleseed felt like a summary of anime's past, while Akira pointed the way to the future. The second Appleseed (2004), also directed by Aramaki, was an unimpressive motion-capture CG feature that borrowed elements from other sci-fi anime. In this latest incarnation, Deunan, Briareos, and Tereus of the E.S.W.A.T. team are charged with preserving the peace of the city-state of Olympus, a hi-tech paradise on a largely ruined Earth. Screenwriters Kiyoto Takeuchi and Todd W. Russell have given the story a contemporary twist, adding attacks by "cyborg terrorists" and an effort by the ruler of Olympus to control a world-wide satellite surveillance system. When cyborgs and human launch coordinated attacks on the government headquarters in Olympus, Deunan, Briareos, and Tereus swing into action against a mysterious enemy. The plot has little in common with the earlier films: the Appleseed technology that was at the core of the story isn't even mentioned. The look, tone, and characters in Ex Machina recall Shirow's Ghost in the Shell, rather than the original Appleseed. Not surprisingly, the elaborately choreographed fight scenes reflect Woo's signature style, with slo-mo martial-arts combat, close-ups of falling shells, dynamic camerawork, and all-out gun battles. But the weightless movements of the motion-capture characters and the limited rendering of the skin textures gives Appleseed Ex Machina the feel of an extremely elaborate computer game. Despite the limits of the mo-cap technology, Appleseed Ex Machina is a fast-past, take-no-prisoners cinematic adventure that will delight action-movie fans as well as anime lovers. (Rated PG-13: violence, violence against women, profanity, grotesque imagery, potentially offensive religious imagery.)
Appleseed Saga Ex Machina Watch See Appleseed 2 (2007)
Appleseed: Ex Machina Watch See Appleseed 2 (2007)
Cagaster of an Insect Cage Rent See Mushikago no Cagaster

Entotsu Machi no Poupelle
Rent On Halloween night, a young chimney sweep named Lubicchi befriends a man magically conjured out of garbage. Giving him the name Poupelle, Lubicchi is able to recreate a bond he lost when his father died to the tyranny of the Inquisitors—an oppressive force that aims to suppress outside knowledge and the town's true history. But their newfound relationship soon captures a lot of attention, and the threat of the Inquisitors and even the criticism of a few townspeople will test the duo's friendship. In spite of this, Poupelle has struck a particular chord with Lubicchi, and the two conspire to bring the truth to the surface and clear the chimney smoke that clouds the town's skies.
Final Fantasy 7 Advent Children Rent See Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children

Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children
Rent Two years after the end of Final Fantasy VII the world is starting to get back on it`s feet and is working towards a new future. However, there is a new threat from a new illness called Geostigma, and three men that seem to be seeking Jenova. Cloud and his friends from the original game must once again reunite to combat the new threat.

FLCL: Grunge
Watch While the adults have no hope for tomorrow, the youth accept the decline and poverty of the city as an ordinary part of their reality until Haruko throws the city into chaos.

Hottarake no Shima - Haruka to Maho no Kagami
Watch This is a new CGI movie currently in the works. According to Production I.G. and Fuji TV, the movie will follow a girl named Haruka as she discovers where all of our childhood keepsakes and memorabilia go. "In this story, we meet fantastic creatures that gather all these little objects that fall into oblivion as they are forgotten by their owners when they step into adulthood. These creatures sneak into our world from a different dimension, and unseen by humans, they take all the ditched and forgotten 'treasures' into their world. Here, they use their booty to build their own city, a fairy-tale like place called…Oblivion Island!" (sourced from ANN)
Hottarake no Shima - Haruka to Mahō no Kagami Watch See Hottarake no Shima - Haruka to Maho no Kagami

Mushikago no Cagaster
Rent Set in a post-apocalyptic world where a mysterious disease “Cagaster” turns people into giant murderous insects, a young couple struggles to stay alive.
Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror Watch See Hottarake no Shima - Haruka to Maho no Kagami
Poupelle of Chimney Town Rent See Entotsu Machi no Poupelle

Saint Seiya: Legend of Sanctuary
Watch Mitsumasa Kido discovers a mysterious baby in the Himalayas whom he adopts as his granddaughter. Sixteen years later, Saori Kido is a young girl troubled by her mysterious powers. She is saved by Seiya from an assassin sent to kill her. Saori then learns she is the reincarnation of the Goddess Athena with Seiya being one of her Saints sworn to protect her. Upon learning of her destiny, she heads to the Sanctuary to rebel against the Pope's murderous plot.
Action(6) Adventure(4) Comedy(1) Drama(2)
Fantasy(3) Sci-Fi(6)
All Ages(1) Children(1) Shounen(2)
Characters and Their Abilities
Story Elements and Location
Mecha(2) War(1)
Gun-action(1) Sequel(1) Spinoff(1) Video-game inspired(1)
Potentially Objectionable
Movie(7) ONA(1) TV Special(1)
Release Year
2023(1) 2020(2) 2014(1) 2009(1) 2008(1) 2007(1) 2005(1) 2004(1)
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