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ヱヴァンゲリヲン新劇場版:序 (EVANGELION:1.11) [Blu-ray]
第31回 日本アカデミー賞 優秀アニメーション作品賞/第25回ゴールデングロス賞・ゴールデングロス特別賞 ゴールデングロス話題賞/東京国際アニメフェア2008 第7回東京アニメアワード/ アニメーション オブ ザ イヤー ・ 個人賞部門・監督賞 庵野秀明 /第22回デジタルコンテンツグランプリ DCAj会長賞/第13回アニメーション神戸賞 作品賞・劇場部門
2Rebuild of EVANGELION:1.01
3Angel of Doom PV
音声(本編)日本語 1DTS-HD Master Audio 6.1ch 2ドルビーTrueHD 6.1ch 3ドルビーデジタル/2.0サラウンド
Evangelion 1:11 tells the story of the beginning of the Third Impact in much the same way as the original series did to begin with, but is interlaced with new twists, upgrades, subtle differences and, by the end credits, the first hints of something very different.
Shinji Ikari, a young Japanese boy, is called in by his father to pilot a top-secret, clandestine-organisation-led Mecha entity - known as an Eva Unit - in order to fight against enormous beings - known as Angels - that are trying to destroy Earth. But under this surface layer lies a labyrinthine story of what it is to be human and, indeed, what it is to even exist at all.
While I liked how this film stayed true to the original series, I also loved the additions that were implemented: most notably the stupendous portrayal of the new Ramiel.
Furthermore, the images are crystal-clear and sharp, the CGI is used to compliment rather than override the main drawings and the attention to detail - particularly the workings of Tokyo III - are superb. Evangelion 1:11 looks and feels fantastic. The new soundtrack is good too.
Whether the Rebuild is better than the original series is, certainly at this point, an unanswerable question. If you’re a Neon Genesis Evangelion fan you’re going to buy this anyway. If you’re new to Evangelion...
Well, if you like Animé, buy it. If you like Sci-Fi, buy it. If you’re completely new to films outside Hollywood, buy it. In fact I cant think of anybody I wouldn’t recommend it to. It’s that significant - unless you hate lots of action of course.
The Rebuild is under-way. God’s In His Heaven. All’s Right With The World...
the main character,watches a somewhat naughty photo,sent to him by Misato Katsuragi,wich is his leading officer
in NERV,on wich she deliberately shows her oppai[they are partially covered by her clothes,though,so no real nudity],while she has written a text,with a pointing arrow to them on the photo,asking Shinji to pay kind of extra attention to them.Funny joke wich they should at least have translated.
The picture quality in most scenes is far better than their original version,since it's a digitally remastered remake.
I can surely recommend it.
The case is nothing special. Holds the discs and has nice artwork, can't ask for much else.
There are not much in the way of extras but it does come with a music video.
The angel fights are well animated and heart stoppingly well put together, everything around these scenes seem to be quite understated and awash in a 30 year old feeling, something in the colours or style, the music has the same kind of nostalgic feel which is actually quite nice and once you read that it is actually a reboot of an old programme you realise why. I haven't seen the original so can't comment but I'm sure the film is full of nods to the original in a way that long term fans will love.
I have to say that this film is a difficult film to like; I actually hated it when I first watched it I just couldn't connect with it at all. Multiple views will change this, probably for most people, and I will be getting a hold of the sequel to see how it all turns out.
Where to begin, the animation-oh god the animation is mouth-wateringly beatuiful, from the CG Angels and EVAs to the crytsal clear animatoon of the world and Shinji & co, they have given the whole show of evangelion an upgrade here.
If you've seen the show, its pretty much the same plot, with only slight differences like the introduction of Makinami and changng Asuka's name from Soryu to Shikinami and they're such small differences that its not insulting to the original.
The voice actig is as good as it can get really, Spike Spencer brings his A game to the table and improves his work in the original show(for newer Anime fans, he's Hanataro in Bleach), I love Alison Keith's performance as Misato(she was Cathy McMahon in RahXephon), Tiffany Grant-You rule!-Asuka isn't as introverted as she was in the original and Tiffany does a perfect job(She was Marta in both FMA's)don't know why Amanda Lee isn't here but Brina Palencia does a fantastic job as Rei(she played Nina Tucker in both FMA's, and damn you for that performance Brina QQ) Trina Nishimura does a great job with Mari Makinami(shes Mizune in Soul Eater) seriously Funimations, keep up this level of work and I might have to change my opinion of you.
As ever, the music is played perfectly, with very quiet scenes and very loud dramatic scenes, the classical use aain is spot on.
All in all, the Rebuild as it is right now is good-I just can't believe we've got two more films to come.
Buy this and Evangelion 1.11 You are(Not)Alone and rest asured its worth the money.
The English cast are all as good as in the original version of the series but the animation is far better than it once was. Of particular note was the animation of the Fifth Angel Ramiel which was surprisingly beautiful.
While this remake of Evangelion would probably be best for people who have yet to see the original series, I cannot se any reason why people who are already fans of the series shouldn't enjoy it too.
However, the circumstances for the new "Rebuild of Evangelion" series are what tempted me into buying this. Hideaki Anno is now over his depression issues and is happily married, hopefully resulting in less angsty characters, and is now rich and successful, meaning even less of a chance of the animation studio going bankrupt and compromising with a finale that makes absolutely no sense. You know what, I was right to think that - Evangelion 1.11 is fantastic.
The CGI is some of the most facinating I've seen since Ghost In The Shell: Innocence, the set pieces are well-designed, the American dub is a bit better, and you really feel as if you're experiencing it all simply because of how nicely fleshed-out the whole experience is. The climax, despite ending on a cliffhanger, is nicely satisfying, despite several moments of impending failure on the part of the situation (Without wishing to give spoilers, natch!). And I don't mind the cliffhanger, either. The second installment is now finally out, and Anno-senpai and his cronies are still beavering away at Evangelion 3.33 and Evangelion Finale.
Keep it up, Hideaki Anno! Ignore the death threats that were sent to you all those years ago, don't give up hope, and keep making amazing material like this which is good enough to even convert people who didn't like the original like me!
The story focuses on Shinji Ikari, a fourteen year old boy, who is chosen to pilot an eva unit to fight and protect the world against creatures known as "Angels". He's a lonely boy, his father left him when he was young, his mother is dead and doesn't really know what to do with himself. Piloting the eva unit doesn't help. Especially when Shinji's not praised much for piloting the eva unit as it is expected that he will do well, when a classmate beats him up for doing it, and when his father is more close to fellow eva pilot Rei Ayanami than he is to Shinji.
I find this film to be pretty good. The animation is quite pleasant, and is faithful to the original anime's artwork. The music fits the mood, a favourite of mine would be the striking, staccato-like piano piece played when Shinji is piloting his Eva unot. The English voice actors fitted into their roles for the most part, as did the Japanese voice actors.
Somethings aren't really explained in the movie. For intance, why does Shinji haveto pilot the eva unit? Why is his father so emtionally distant? And where do the Angels come from and why are they so intent on destroying the human race?
Nevertheless, it was a fairly decent movie to watch. Even in all the drama there was time to add a bit of humour in with Pen-Pen the Penguin. So I would highly recommend this, even if you know next to nothing about Evangelion and have never seen an anime, never mind a mecha or a robot anime!
Things unfold differently yet remains faithful to the original series, in my opinion it's a welcome change, though they've made a few changes here and there it's actually more accessible for those unfamiliar with the series.
As a fan of Evangelion, I found it very refreshing to watch, updating the story and animation which I loved so much and making it bigger, Evangelion has never looked or sounded better.
The plot of Evangelion 1.11 follows the plot of the original series Neon Genesis Evangelion quite well but with a very few minor differences that wouldn't really affect your enjoyment of it if your an old school NGE fan. The story starts off with a young boy named Shinji Ikari waiting in the streets of Tokyo-3 after being called for by his long estranged father. He is rescued by Misato Katsuragi and taken to Nerv headquarters after getting caught up in a street battle between the military and an angel. When he arrives he is asked by his father to pilot an Eva unit due to another Eva pilot Rei Ayanami being injured and unable to defend the city. Shinji is finally pressured into it and begins his life as an Eva pilot whose mission it is to combat angels and prevent a cataclysmic event known as "The Third Impact' from eradicating all human life.
Overall this is definitely sharing the top spot as the greatest mecha anime solidified in it's place by beautiful visuals, smooth running animation, Top notch action and it's very lushious audio. It's only let down by the fact that it could have fit in a bit more character development and backstory. Here's hoping Evangelion 2.22 gives me more of that.
This does not disappoint, the storyline is roughly the same as the original series, so fans know what to expect.
The image quality is incredible as it's been rebuilt with the aid of CGI. The new video effects give the battles much more impact, and everything looks more alive than in the original series (more scenery shots, more cityscapes, etc.).
A few differences from the TV series give the story a more fluid development, since many filler shots and inner psyche scenes are not present.
The soundtrack is great as usual.
On the down side, the disc doesn't have that much in terms of extras and more subtitle languages couldn't have hurt either.
The DVD and case were both in perfect quality.
The film itself is a retelling of the first 6 episodes of Neon Genesis Evangelion and is perfect for both long-time fans of the series or people who are interested in it. Despite some cast changes for the English dub (the most noticeable being that Brina Palencia voices Rei instead of Amanda-Winn-Lee), all voice acting is top-notch and almost perfectly translated from the Japanese.
Both English and Japanese voice tracks are available, though changing between them on the DVD's main menu can be frustrating. The original 1.0 version of the film can be watched too (the 1.11 version contains a few extra scenes and some scenes are touched-up) for those who want to compare the two.
The film itself is a self-contained experience that requires no knowledge of the universe of Neon Genesis Evangelion to be watched, though for full enjoyment I would recommend that the original series be watched first. It is by no means a complete story, however, and by buying this you are bringing yourself into a thus-far incomplete four film saga. I would not recommend watching it without at least planning on buying the second film (2.22) as ultimately the film contains only a quarter of the full story.
I would fully recommend this film to anybody with any interest in japanese animation and especially to fans of the original series and overall I am extremely satisfied with my purchase, as 1.11 and 2.22 remain two of my favourite films of all time.
I haven't watched the DVD version, but the bluray version has very high quality. The slight disappointment is that the original main theme song is not in the disc. It is such as classic! Also, the bonus materials on the disc are close to nothing. Nevertheless, it is still very enjoyable.
When all that Manga UK really did was port the US disc, would it of been so hard for them to port the booklet too?