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One Piece Season One 


Noah and I recently finished watching the live action version of One Piece Season One. Netflix has a horrible history with making live action versions of anime television shows and movies. I expected One Piece Season One to be horrible. I also need to be open and honest about something. I am not into One Piece a whole lot. I have seen a bit of the anime, and played some of the games. Noah has been reading the manga and Peter has seen some of the anime. Both told me this show is generally close to the source material. I do hope to watch the anime at some point in the future.

There will be spoilers in this reviews. I did some research and discovered there was some character race swapping. Holly Hate cannot seem to contain themselves in their swapping away from white characters. I questioned some of the casting as I saw the characters in One Piece Season One. I know there are ongoing debates online about casting choices and how they do not exactly fit the characters. I will leave it there for you to make your own decision.

The eight episodes of One Piece Season One range from forty-nine minutes to one hour and four minutes. One Piece Season One is all about pirates that want to live free from the government and its system of ruling. The marines are sort of the police in this water world. Most of the time the marines are shown to be pretty dumb in One Piece Season One. Koby is a young man that aspires to be a marine and can thanks to Monkey D. Luffy freeing him from a pirate.

The issues families will have with One Piece Season One are violence, blood, gore, bad language, nudity, tobacco, smoking, and more. Gold Rogers is killed by the government in the beginning of One Piece Season One. He tells the people with his last words that he hid his treasure in a certain area. Luffy decides he will find the One Piece and become king of the pirates. He has powers thanks to a devil fruit.

Luffy's grandfather Monkey D. Garp is a Vice Admiral in the Marines. They have some conflict in One Piece Season One. Eventually Garp lets Luffy chase his own path. He also puts a massive bounty on him which makes Luffy extremely happy. He has arrived as a pirate. Luffy does not act like a normal pirate. He saves and frees people instead of killing, and plundering.

I actually enjoyed One Piece Season One way more than I thought I would. This live action version has me interested in checking out the anime at some future date. Luffy seems a bit clueless in One Piece Season One. He seems to have his own moral code that is different than a great many other people. We also learn about these pirate warlords in One Piece Season One. They are extremely powerful.
- Paul


Video: 60%
Audio: 60%
Replay/Extras: 66%
Functionality: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 59%

System: Netflix
Publisher: Netflix
Developer: Kaji Productions, Tomorrow Studios
Rating: ‘TV-14’ - This program contains some material that many parents would find unsuitable for children under 14 years of age. {language, nudity, self harm smoking, violence}

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