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B's Film Reviews 4Shin Seiki Evangelion: Gekijô-ban (The End of Evangelion)
Directed by Kazuya Tsurumaki & Hideaki Anno
1.85:1 - 87 m - Japan
The conclusion to the original TV series Neon Genesis Evangelion in March of 1996 enraged many fans of the show when the production studio Gainax ended up running out of money and the television studio showing the series refusing to put on anything like the original script called for. This resulted in the show's creator and chief director Hideaki Anno to devise the final two episodes into becoming an innovative, if somewhat cheap-looking, clip show of psycho-analytical discussions revolving around the psyches and fears of the characters, a creative choice that didn't really sit very well with much of the audience's concept of how the series was supposed to end - particularly seeing how the 24th episode had concluded in the destruction of the last Angel in the form of Kaoru Nagisa, leaving the main character Shinji in a despondent gl
B's Film Reviews 5Metoroporisu (Metropolis)
Directed by Rintaro
1.85:1 - 113 m - Japan
A detective named Shunsaku Ban has arrived to the city of Metropolis with his nephew Kenichi in search of a scientist called Dr. Laughton on suspicion of his illegal and bizarre experiments on humans and robots. This search coincides with a festival being organized in the city to celebrate the newly finished Ziggurath, a massive tower built by the richest man in town, Duke Red, in order to covertly gain world leadership as means of bringing forth its betterment (at least within the perspective of his own vision) by having hired the infamous Dr. Laughton to create a robot girl in the form of his deceased daughter, Tima, to act as the power source for the Ziggurath's computer network. However, Red's adopted son Rock, the violent leader of the fascist Marduk Party in charge of upholding the laws in the city, doesn't agree with his father's plans and, in his distrust, sets out to destroy Tima
B's Film Reviews 3Shin Seiki Evangelion (Neon Genesis Evangelion)
Chief Director: Hideaki Anno
1.33:1 - 25 m x 26 - Japan
14-year-old Shinji Ikari is an irresolute, introverted and dejected boy living a lonely life following the death of his mother a number of years before, and the subsequent abandonment by his father to the care of a home teacher. This all, however, changes when his father suddenly summons him to come to Neo-Tokyo 3 on the eve of the arrival of a monstrous being called an "Angel" (shito, literally "messenger") and without being given much of an option is planted into a giant bio-mechanical robot called an Evangelion with the charge of doing battle with said Angel as means to prevent a prophesied end of the world from taking place. Though reluctant, he eventually consents and soon finds himself embarking on a journey that will test not only his endurance and fighting will, but the very boundaries of his own psyche and his sanity in an anime series that has
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