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Evangelion 3.33: You Can {Not} Redo [Blu-ray]

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Fourteen years after third impact, Shinji Ikari awakens to a world he does not remember. He hasn't aged. Much of Earth is laid in ruins, Nerv has been dismantled, and people who he once protected have turned against him. Befriending the enigmatic Kaworu Nagisa, Shinji continues the fight against the angels and realizes the fighting is far from over, even when it could be against his former allies. The characters' struggles continue amid the battles against the angels and each other, spiraling down to what could inevitably be the end of the world

Includes a limited edition 54 page art book.


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Product Details

  • Actors: Spike Spencer, Tiffany Grant, Brina Palencia
  • Directors: Mike McFarland
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: February 2, 2016
  • Run Time: 106 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (248 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00GS1DM2S
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #940 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: DVD
UPDATE 10/2015: The official release has been scheduled for early 2016.
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Firstly, the official English-Language version with the Funimation dub has NOT yet been released. It was supposed to be released early spring, but has been delayed for unknown reasons. If you're wanting to buy something you can watch right now, proceed with caution.

I was fortunate enough to see it during the limited theatrical screening last winter, so my review is based on that. Takeaway points:
-This is a major departure from the storyline we're familiar with from the previous Evangelion iterations. There have been some previously (like the addition of Mari) but these changes are HUGE. Whether major changes are good or not is up to the individual viewer.
-This is very Kaworu-centric. For those who are fans of the Kaworu character, this is the movie they've been waiting for. Otherwise, "fawning gay Kaworu" might annoy viewers.
-Along with that, we have Shinji psychology. People had noted that in the earlier movies, Shinji held himself together better than he did in the series. But here he does have his breakdowns. Perhaps it was saved for this one because Kaworu is present.
-Lastly, the pacing is a lot slower. This will probably disappoint viewers who enjoyed the action in the first movie, then the awesome action in the second, and had themselves hyped up for even more action in the third. Considering that the four films are meant to comprise a story arc, it makes sense. We had the setup (1.11) and initial challenges (2.22), then the calm before the storm (3.33), and presumably 4.44 will lead us to the climax and denouement. This film really should be taken in the context of the whole.
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Format: Blu-ray
Note, this IS the official Funimation release. Some of these reviews are from a bootleg copy and not for the official release. The bootleg is from Malaysia, listed as a DVD, and has a picture of Asuka on the cover. The official release is listed as being from Funimation and has the Funimation logo clear on the cover. The movie itself is a big departure from the original TV series but if you are a fan, I am sure you will still get some enjoyment.
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I'm a big Evangelion fan. The prior movie, You Can (Not) Advance, was absolutely fantastic. This one left me very disappointed.

This movie doesn't have what makes Eva great. There is some action, but it's mostly nonsensical. It's STUFF HAPPENING! rather than any sort of choreographed drama. I don't feel the peril of the characters; I don't feel elation when they succeed or disappointment when they fail. It was simply emotionless. It also had a bit too much deus ex machina.

There is no character development. Shinji's level of idiocy is hard to believe, even by Shinji standards. As a character, he goes through the motions because the script says so, not because his decisions are consistent to his character. Asuka, one of the greatest characters in anime, is completely wasted. She, too, is run through the motions, but there is no dynamism, growth, or even worthwhile interactions with any other characters. She could have been anyone because her personality, her character, was absent. That's true of everyone else, too. Misato, Ritsuko, Mari (such a disappointment--I loved her character from the prior movie) were all placeholders--empty, bland, indistinguishable, irrelevant, and forgettable. Gone are all the insightful, fun, & awkward interactions between them. Even Gendo was not important. They tried to give Rei some depth & development, but it's weak. Kaworu is fleshed out, and that may be the only positive.

In the end, I don't care about any of them. I don't care if they live or die. I don't care if instrumentality occurs. The only one that even feels like a person is Kouzou. It's definitely a typical second act, and maybe that's why it doesn't work well.
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I pre ordered the muilt Blu-ray / DVD combo and got the blu-ray edition only.
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By Mike Homu on January 30, 2016
Format: Blu-ray
This release took forever, but we finally get it. This is a really nice release. The artbook is thicker than the previous releases and the look of the Blu Ray packaging is eye appealing.
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What's to be said about the "Evangelion" franchise that hasn't been already? It's a classic, it redefined what we expect from anime, and it set a standard that arguably no mecha anime has even come close to touching. But what a precarious position this puts the reboots in, then. Should we treat them as a separate entity, unrelated to the original franchise, and thus something new and fresh? If so, then Hideaki Anno's original 1996 classic and its brilliant follow-up, "End of Evangelion", have already been surpassed. With "Evangelion: 3.0", Gainax has bested itself and turned out one of the most groundbreaking, brilliant films ever created. Shocking, jarring, and powerful, it's a tour-de-force that simply cannot be ignored.

Picking up fourteen years after "2.0", the penultimate entry in the "Rebuild" series starts off with protagonist Shinji waking up from a mysterious coma. The world has essentially ended, the Third Impact NERV tried so desperately to prevent come and gone. However, all is not lost. Most of Shinji's old "friends" have reformed into an organization dedicated to destroying NERV, and preventing a Fourth Impact, which would harvest the souls of every living being on the planet. Torn between old alliances and his commitment to NERV, the young man holds the fate of the world in his hands, then fumbles it in a dramatic fashion. Will he come out triumphant, or will he return to cracking under the pressure like he historically has?

While there's a lot left out of the above summary (no spoilers here), I can assert that as a long-time franchise fan, this entry did not disappoint. It is the first complete divergence from the source material in the "Rebuild" series, and as such, it was the more decidedly risky project.
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