Evangelion 3.0+1.0: The Final Insult

Four movies, and fourteen years later, we’re finally at the end of Mister Anno’s Wild Ride. When I first reviewed Evangelion 1.11 back in 2010, we hadn’t yet reached that terminal dogma of where the familiar meets the reimagined. For the most part, the film tracked closely to the first half of the original television…

3.33 You Can (Not) Redo

[UTW-THORA] Evangelion 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo [BD][720p,x264,AAC][C8E8F8A7].mkv_snapshot_00.54.38_[2013.04.28_22.17.24]

It’s that time once again, when we crack open the gates of hell and partake in Japan’s version of Star Wars, that’s right, good ol’ Neon Genesis Evangelion: Rebuild and it’s third act, 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo. I really had a tougher time with this movie compared to the first two because it drastically skewers from the original source material, and it got to be hard to follow in some places. I had read a little bit of spoilers back after the movie premiere in Japan, enough to question what was going to happen, but the end result of watching it. Woof.

Fair warning, spoilers will be ahead in this post, so if you have not watched the movie, find it yourself via your preferred method of acquisition and give it a watch. If you have not, your life is forfeit below.

I Wish, That I Could Turn Back Time

Japanese fans will no doubt be heading to the theaters to watch the release of Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo this weekend, the third movie in GAINAX’s four-part release of The Rebuild of Evangelion series. Kotaku posted a clip of the first few minutes of the movie as it aired from Nippon TV’s special…