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BraveStorm (2017)

This remake of the 1970s TV series "Silver Mask" and "Super Robot Red Baron" pits two families (one with an armored bionic superhero, and the other a red giant robot) against evil aliens to save Earth and prevent the extinction of mankind.

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(as Jun'ya Okabe)

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(screenplay) (as Jun'ya Okabe)
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Credited cast:
Shunsuke Daitô ...
Koji Kasuga
Shu Watanabe ...
Ken Kurenai
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mitsu Dan ...
Hitomi Kasuga
Tom Fujita ...
Shu
Shigeru Izumiya
Koichi Kasuga ...
Koichi Kasuga
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Borg
Soran Tamoto ...
Kozo Kasuga
Yasufumi Terawaki ...
Gentaro Shizuka
Chihiro Yamamoto ...
Haruka Kasuga
Hisashi Yoshizawa ...
Kenichiro Kurenai
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In the year 2050 mankind is extinct on Earth. The last survivors, five Kasuga brothers, plan to use a time machine and exterminate invader the Killgis before he starts to invade Earth. They travel back in time to 2015 with the design data of the Killgis' giant robot Black Baron and their three powers: a device for identifying aliens, psychic powers, and powered suits. When the brothers arrive at the past, they contact roboticist Kenichiro Kurenai and start to build a giant robot Red Baron. However, Kenichiro cooperates in the manufacture of the robot on one condition. His younger brother Ken Kurenai gets embroiled in a fierce battle over the survival of Earth as the pilot of Red Baron. An Alien vs Reinforced Humans A Giant Robot vs a Giant Robot A fierce battle starts in Tokyo. Written by Hong Kong International Film & TV Market

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Action | Sci-Fi

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10 November 2017 (Japan)  »

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Brave Storm  »

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This film is a combined remake of two tokusatsu (Japanese SPFX) hero series produced in the 1970s by Nippon Gendai and Senkosha; Shirubâ kamen (1971) and Sûpâ Robotto Reddo Baron (1973), using new versions of the heroes from both series. See more »

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