Released Year : March 21, 1991 to ????
No of Episodes : 1
Genre : Action,Comedy,Ecchi,Police,Sci-Fi
Plot : To the unsuspecting eye Maki, Reimi and Yuka may not look like ace crime fighters, which might explain why they're stuck on traffic patrol instead of more "exciting" police duties. All that changes when Yuka gets herself kidnapped by a white slave organization run by a politically connected businessman who's got the rest of the police cowed. Now it's up to Maki and Reimi to don skin-tight battle armor, liberate a tank, and make sure that a certain slaver learns that when you play with fire, you're going to get your ass burned! (Source: DVD Back Cover)
Our Review : There is NO excuse in my eyes to write about the sequels, but not the very 1st ova-movie of the franchise?? damn right it is! One of the reasons i like oldskool anime is because stuff like this still had entertainment when the credits roll , in a small corner u saw production sketches, extra deleted scenes, further development of the serie and unfinished drawings with nice popmusic to listen to, i miss that. This is the 1st installment of the Burn Up serie's started in 1991, so that means EVERYTHING was handdrawn, prob not evry one's taste these days since some animation , especially the girls here are looking a bit 'stereotypical' but u can look past that. As for the plot its a not too complex police story for the time, quite easy to follow. Art is typical although i like 1 particulair scene then a policecar drives on a interstate and the camera zooms out while its driving from above..... well done , Rockmusic tracks together with badass police chicks was always an fav thing to me. And as i said before about the 'stereotypical girl look' , it soon chances as things got more serious and actionpacked, leaving the innocent look behind making the chara more likable. Enjoyment is mainly on the comedy/ecchi side i would say if u are a big fan of those genre's