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Heaven's Lost Property: The Angeloid of Clockwork (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)

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Hiyori's a sweet, shy girl who's used to living in the background. Now, the wallflower is ready to bloom and reveal a big secret: she's totally infatuated with Tomoki! To get closer to the dirty-minded object of her affection, she joins the New World Discovery Club. With Tomoki's lazy love of peace and quiet, he's not interested in accommodating any new Club members and tries to scare Hiyori away with his usual perverted antics. Nonetheless, she remains committed to her crush and starts bonding with Ikaros, Nymph, and the gang - until a sudden, tragic accident changes everything. It seems Hiyori has a deeper - and more dangerous - link to the Angeloids than anyone suspected! How is she connected to the Synapse? Why is she trying to kill Tomoki, even after confessing her feelings? Find out in the hilarious, super-sexy Heaven's Lost Property movie, The Angeloid of Clockwork!

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Although the Heaven's Lost Property feature The Angeloid of Clockwork (2011) was released theatrically, it plays like a choppy series of OVA adventures cut together. Pretty high school student Hiyori Kazane nurtures a crush on Tomoki. She watches him with his friend Sohara and the Angeloids, but she's too shy to say anything to him. The first half of the movie echoes the original series: Tomoki and his friends go about their usual misadventures around town and at local festivals. The filmmakers include plenty of jiggle shots and underwear jokes. At one point, the girls' panties fly away like a swarm of butterflies, although the viewer never learns why. The last third of the film turns serious: apparently Hiyori is dreaming her everyday adventures while her body lies in the facility known as Synapse. When she's hit by a truck, Hiyori dies in her dream and reenters her real body. She wants to come back to Sorami so intensely, she returns as an Angeloid--to destroy Tomoki. The tragic romance plays oddly against the gross jokes. During much of the film, Tomoki is drawn as a sort of toy-avatar who argues with himself on the toilet and rides the conveyor belt in a sushi bar, naked on a plastic tray. Although Heaven's Lost Property has proved popular on both sides of the Pacific, otaku who watch it for the fan service shots probably won't enjoy the ill-starred romance, and romantics will be put off by the raw jokes. (Rated TV MA: risqué humor, toilet humor, nudity, cartoon violence, violence against women) --Charles Solomon

Product Details

  • Actors: Brittany Karbowski, Greg Ayres, Eric Vale, Jamie Marchi
  • Directors: Christopher Bevins
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Animated, Color, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: February 26, 2013
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AUJH39M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,943 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: Blu-ray
For fans of the series this is not only a continuation of the series as it's a bridge between season 2 and season 3 (which will be released in a few months) but also a recap of previous episodes shown in a different point of view.
This divulges into the "Hiyori Kazane" arc, a resident of Sorami City and the film's main heroine, and she introduces herself and explains how she met and fell in love with Tomoki, while also narrating about how she took part in several events from the two previous anime seasons, all the while observing Tomoki and his friends, and even becoming acquainted with most of them.
While staying true to the series it shows Tomoki's usually pervy high-jinks, but also divulges into more of what the Synapse really is and how the world that many of the characters are in isn't "reality".
This movie is a great way to prepare for the 3rd season so for fans of the series buy it.
(Edit)
It seems that Kadokawa Pictures, the owners of the anime series, are no longer going to make a 3rd season and instead adapting it into a second movie and thus ending the series.
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Hiyori is a shy country girl. She spends most of her time gardening and farming. For some reason, she has a thing for Tomoki. She is too shy to say anything because he is always surrounded by beautiful girls. One day she gets the courage to join the New World Discovery Club. She is accepted and liked by the other members. One day an accident happens and she begins to vanish from everyone's memory. Was she really even there? Who is this new Angeloid that looks just like Hiyori, and why is she attacking?

This movie was kind of disappointing at first. I am a big fan of this series, and I expected something a little more. The first 45 minutes of the movie is a recap of seasons 1 and 2 told from Hiyori's perspective. At the 30 minute point, I was really frustrated. I fast forwarded to the 45 minute point. That's where Hiyori joins the club. The second half of the film is pretty good. It's what you would expect from this series. I think that the recap from Hiyori's viewpoint was an attempt to introduce her character, but it could have been done much better. One of my favorite parts is a really touching scene where Nymph crawls in bed with Tomoki to comfort him. It's one of those moments where her sweet side shows. I wish there had been more original material, but it's a good setup for the next season. Overall, I'm pretty happy.
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This is a fun anime. It only gets three stars because of how it operated with the fan service. Either have fan service or don't. It is really irritating when it has all kinds of rather mature subject matter and then doesn't actually have any kind of nudity. Trying to please everyone with a milquetoast representation of fan service without going all the way just irritates people.
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I wanted to give it 5 stars, I love the show that much. BUT...as others say, it spends half of the show recapping previous episodes; from a new stand point, yes, but I really wish there was more new material. There was so much more they could have done with both Hiyori and Tomoki. There is one scene that is almost as funny as the 'flying flock of pantsu', I will leave that to be discovered. Another reviewer mentioned the scene with Nymph comforting Tomoki. This was absolutely needed and I wish they had spent more time on Nymph as a free angeloid. My favorite angeloid is Astreaa, Baka Baka Baka, but I always felt empathy for Nymph; the smart one but the lone one. She really deserved more time and more chances to be happy, especially after the abuse she suffered.

I bought this later than most of the reviewers (when the price was less than half of the original $35) and it came quickly and in new condition. Was it worth $15? In a heartbeat. $35? Not so sure. If it were out of print, sure.

Anyways, if you really liked Heaven's Lost Property, you need to see this. If only for the 30 minutes of feeling like you felt when you first watched HLP: horrified, giggly, shocked, bewildered and falling on the floor laughing. I read a meme about 'Soul Eater' (also a favorite of mine) - 'Soul Eater, the one anime to make you ask aloud "WTF is going on?"' Sorry Maka, HLP and Angeloid top that, and with Fudge sauce!
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While I loved the series, and definitely enjoyed this movie, the movie starts with 30-45 minutes of recap which pretty much adds no material to the show. If someone has not seen the series, I don't think the recap is good enough to bring you up to speed, so it's best to watch the first two seasons first.

After the overly extended recap, the new material starts to build on a "new" character; not really "new", but she had about two scenes in the prior two seasons. I'm not really willing to give spoilers, but there is some nice stuff going on here, along with the typical Tomo pervvy behavior. If you're the type who stops a movie at the closing credits, don't.

I've heard rumors that there will not be a third season, and that the second movie (which should have been already released in Japan by now) will be the end of the series. That's a shame. I've really come to enjoy this series, probably more than I should have!
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