dealscowboy bebop: the movie [blu-ray] for $9.49…

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Love Cowboy Bebop! Thanks for sharing :)

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The price fell to $9.15. Amazon, I will never understand your mysterious ways!

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You just nostalgia'd me right back into 9th grade. An upvote for you and I'm sure someone will correct me but this movie takes place some time in between episodes 22 and 23 or something like that.

I always loved that they spaced so much time out in between the episodes that if they ever wanted to (wont happen pout) but if they did it could take place in between 2 or 3 episodes.

Edited: Looked up the episodes myself

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Best animated film ever in my opinion. Great artwork, story, characters, and voice acting. Not to mention that the soundtrack is phenomenal!

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You know @capguncowboy, if you an' me buy this deal we will complete a cowboy trifecta. Too bad I don't have a bluray player.

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@cowboydann: You were in the 9th grade when this came out?

It was at that moment that rprebel knew he was getting old

I don't like you any more, cowboydann...lol.

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@rprebel: heh I don't know when this came out but I was in 9th grade when I started watching Cowboy Bebop. IIRC Correctly I was in 11th maybe when I saw this movie for the first time... maybe 12th...

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@rprebel: I was 17 when the show started and 21 when the movie came out but I never watched it until maybe 5 years ago. @cowboydann: still makes me feel old mentioning 9th grade.

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@gideonfrost: I don't know why I'm feeling bad. I just realized you should feel old. Mostly because you are old.

Kidding of course.

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@cowboydann: If I said that they'd downvote me.

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Loved the series, but the movie was somewhat of a disappointment to me. The beginning and end of the movie were good, but the middle had little action and excitement. It was as though the story were written for an episode but stretched out to movie length.

So if you get the movie, watch the good parts at the beginning and end. Leave the rest alone.