Cowboy Bebop: Twitterati have mixed reactions to Netflix's remake; Call it 'a mediocre presentation'

Updated on Nov 21, 2021 03:29 AM IST  |  104.8K
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Netizens have reacted to Cowboy Bebop.

As Netflix has released its live-action remake of 1998 anime Cowboy Bebop, fans are having a field day on Twitter over the series. While there are mostly tweets about how different the brand new series is from the older anime, fans seem pretty torn regarding whether to laud the remake or not!

For those unversed, Cowboy Bebop is a story of registered bounty hunters from the year 2071 who are travelling in their spaceship called the Bebop. With Spike (John Cho) and Jet Black (Mustafa Shakir) in the lead roles along with Faye Valentine (Daniella Pineda), the series promises action, friendship, and love.

In the introductory episode, fans witnessed the trio in action-packed sequences and have reacted to the several kicks and punches that Cho, Shakir, and Pineda packed the episode with. However, many fans are of the opinion that despite the extravagance, the show felt loose and deranged at times. However, many others have provided the series with positive reviews and appreciated the actors for their epic performances, and lauded the casting directors for choosing some of the most talented actors for the important roles.

To sum it up, here are some of the reactions from fans on Twitter who had been waiting eagerly for the live-action remake's launch:

Cowboy Bebop has been released on Netflix. What did you think of John Cho, Mustafa Shakir and Daniella Pineda's dramatic series? Tell Pinkvilla in the comments below. You can also read our review of Cowboy Bebop from the 'ALSO READ' section below.

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